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Eating Habits

SI discusses what a couple athletes have done to improve their health after their CFB days are over. Linked to it mainly b/c it mentions that PSU was one of the first (maybe the first?) D1 program to hire a nutritionist (in 1991). Apparently, to this day, not many D1 programs have a full time nutritionist on hand, which is surprising. "A few other Division I schools use similar systems, but no more than two dozen athletic departments employ full-time nutritionists. Kristine Clark, a registered dietician whom Penn State hired as its director of sports nutrition in 1991, believes she was the first. "

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