2013 M.Sc Nutrition Scholarship Awards judges’ seat to select winners [Legal Monitor Worldwide]
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Nutrition: Fuelled to go far
This has resulted in the selection and adjudication of 12 qualified candidates from the numerous entries collated from different parts of the nation. Commenting on this development, Tope Ashiwaju, public relations manager, Dufil Prima Foods, said that the panel of judges is credible people with proven integrity and their level of proficiency in the field of Dietetics and Nutrition and other related fields has brought about ideas to reach informed decisions that has led to the selection of the 12 awardees.” “I am pleased to announce once again that another creed of veteran scholars have sat to ascertain the 12 deserving Nigerians for the 2012/2013 session on the Indomie M.Sc Nutrition Scholarship Awards. It is also worthy of note that the scope has been expanded to achieve more national coverage. The members of the panel for this year include: D.A Ameh, professor, Department of Biochemistry, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; Onot Ekpe, Department of Biochemistry, University of Calabar, professor and chairperson, Admissions Committee, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB); and Oluseye Onabanjo of the Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, FUNAAB. Ashiwaju further revealed that the selection phase of the 2013 edition by the Dufil-Nutrition Awards Committee recorded over 200 entries, out of which 62 candidates were carefully selected having met the initial requirements before undergoing the last stage of screening in which the judges selected 12 finalists in consonance with the set criteria for selection.
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Barry Cook explains how coaches can help athletes assess their performances realistically All too often I have seen athletes who canat eat due to nerves before a race or have tummy upsets that cause them to under perform. Your nutrition strategy might not win you the race, but get it wrong and it can cost you big time! The main issues are planning and logistics a so if youare away from home or travelling make sure you have options available to you to maximise your performance. Week before Nowas the time to get your personal admin finalised. Work with a sport psychologist if possible to get in control and lessen those nerves a no excuses for skipping a good pre-event breakfast! Make sure youare fully stocked with food and that youare happy with what youare going to eat on race day.
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