Dietary Supplement University
Next Level Podcast with Host Tavis Piattoly, MS, RD, LDN
Christopher Mohr, PhD, RD
Nutrition spokesperson and consultant to a number of media outlets and corporations including the The Dairy Council, Clif Bar, Subway, Cardioviva and Nordic Naturals. He is a consulting Sports Nutritionist for the Cincinnati Bengals and is also the Sports Nutritionist for Under Armour’s Training Council.
Christopher Mohr, PhD RD is a nutrition spokesperson and consultant to a number of media outlets and corporations including the The Dairy Council, Clif Bar, Subway, Cardioviva and Nordic Naturals. He is a consulting Sports Nutritionist for the Cincinnati Bengals and is also the Sports Nutritionist for Under Armour’s Training Council. Through his company Mohr Results, Inc., he works with all types of individuals from soccer moms to collegiate and professional athletes. He often appears on TV as a nutritional guest expert, including an appearance with Chef Emeril Lagasse and another on the Montel Williams Show. He was the nutrition expert for the NY Times Bestseller, "LL Cool J’s Platinum Workout” and worked closely with Fitness Celebrity Denise Austin to create the entire nutrition component of her latest book. He is on the Advisory Board for Men’s Fitness Magazine and has written over 500 articles for consumer publications, such as Men’s Fitness, Weight Watchers, Men’s Health and Fitness, to name a few. Dr. Mohr has Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Nutrition from The Pennsylvania State University and University of Massachusetts, respectively. He earned his PhD in exercise physiology from the University of Pittsburgh and is a Registered Dietitian.
In this podcast you will learn:
- What is DietarySupplementUniversity better known as Dietary Supplement U
- Where the concept for this project originate
- Can anyone use it as a resource, even a high school or college athlete
- What type of supplements does Dietary Supplement U review
- What type of supplements does Dietary Supplement U find consumers want to learn the most about
- Does he see athletes asking for a specific type of supplement for personal use
- Why consumers are confused about which supplements and brands are good.
- His concerns about the supplement industry?
- How can an athlete determine if his or her supplement is tested
- Whether athletes can get all of the nutrients from food or do they need a supplement
- One piece of information he would give to young athletes about supplements
- His personal supplement regimen
Links and Resources
- Should I Take Supplements Guide
- Pre-workout Supplements: Good, Bad and Ugly Guide
- What is so Unique about the Marketing of Sports Supplements?
- What Secrets do the Supplement Companies not Want You to Know?
- Dietary Supplements and Athletic Performance
- Pre-Workout Supplements: Good, Bad and Ugly
- Sports Supplements for Young Athletes: Is Creatine Safe?
- Which Pre-Workout Supplements Should an Athlete Consider Taking?
- Which Pre-Workout Supplements Should an Athlete Never Use?
- Supplements: Do I Really Need Them?
- Drug and Supplement Testing in Sports
- Supplement Industry and Supplement Safety Course