Dr. Susan Kleiner is the owner of High Performance Nutrition, LLC, a consulting firm in Mercer Island, Washington, and the Director of Science and Communication for Vitargo, Inc. She is also currently the High Performance Nutrition Consultant to the Seattle Storm.

Website: https://www.drskleiner.com/about/

Dr. Sue Kleiner

Susan M. Kleiner,
PhD, RD, FACN, CNS, FISSN
Author, Scientist and Nutritional Consultant
National Columnist and Speaker
Education and Awards
Consulting and Sports Teams

Dr. Susan Kleiner is the owner of High Performance Nutrition, LLC, a consulting firm on Mercer Island, Washington, and the Director of Science and Communication for Vitargo, Inc. She is also currently the High Performance Nutrition Consultant to the Seattle Storm.

Dr. Kleiner has consulted with many other professional teams and team members, including the Seattle Reign, Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Mariners, Seattle Thunderbirds and Seattle Supersonics, the Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers, the Miami Heat, Olympians and elite athletes in countless sports. Dr. Kleiner has authored eight books, including the bestseller The New Power Eating, The Good Mood Diet®, and The POWERFOOD Nutrition Plan.

Dr. Kleiner is one of the foremost nutrition authorities on eating for strength, and her POWER EATING® program has reshaped the lives of thousands. The book is a bestseller and a leader in the field, and is now in its fifth edition and retitled The New Power Eating. Dr. Sue’s Good Mood Diet® Program arose from her observations that her clients’ moods and energy levels improved with their nutrition. The Good Mood Diet® program was featured in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and is the basis for her book, The Good Mood Diet: Feel great while you lose weight.

She is a visionary educator and motivator, speaking nationally and internationally on topics in the field of nutrition, health and performance. Dr. Kleiner consults with businesses interested in applying scientific evidence to product research and development, educational marketing and growth potential. She is a sought after expert interview as well as writer in all forms of print, online and broadcast media.

Dr. Kleiner’s credentials include a PhD in Nutrition and RD, FACN, CNS, FISSN certifications and honors. She is co-founder and fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition and a fellow of the American College of Nutrition, a member of The American College of Sports Medicine and The National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Dr. Kleiner is passionate about her volunteer teaching at Can Tho University of Medicine and Pharmacy in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. There is no nutrition or dietetic profession in Vietnam. As part of the Medical Education Exchange Team (www.meet-international.org), she teaches clinical nutrition to medical faculty and students, and is beginning the development of hospital-based clinical nutrition teams in the region. This is an enormous job, and anyone interested in joining Dr. Kleiner with this teaching endeavor should please contact her directly.

When she’s not passionately promoting healthy nutrition and fitness, Dr. Kleiner stays in a good mood by spending time in the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest with her husband and daughters. She loves lifting, cycling, yoga, dancing, hiking, playing piano, cooking, traveling, and cozying up with a good book and hot cocoa in the evening to let the intensity of the day slide away.

To contact Dr. Kleiner about consulting/counseling services and speaking engagements, send an email: susan@drskleiner.com.

Source: https://www.drskleiner.com/about/

Links from Around the Web:

Hilliard Discussion by The Huffines Institute   https://www.huffinesinstitute.org/Resources/Videos/ArticleID/1850/Video-Dr-Susan-Kleiner-2018-Hilliard-Discussion-Scholar

Nutrition Consultant for Seattle Seahawks http://www.humankinetics.com/hk-today-blog/authors-and-editors-in-the-news/susan-m-kleiner

High Performance Nutritionist for Seattle Storm (WNBA) https://storm.wnba.com/front-office/

USANA Health Sciences https://powereating.usana.com/pwp/#/site/220281533/page/206504955

Sports Nutrition Society https://www.sportsnutritionsociety.org/BoardBio02.php?IDdirector=8

The Fitness Summit https://thefitnesssummit.com/dr-susan-kleiner/

Social Media Links:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/powereat

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susankleiner

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrSusanKleiner/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzDil2Trnp9WT50nlhcy_Iw

Published:

Huffington Post https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/01/nfl-nutritionist-healthy-eating_n_4604684.html

Oxygen Magazine https://www.oxygenmag.com/author/susankleiner

Today.com https://www.today.com/food/improve-your-mood-these-foods-1D80355982#.UkBwR7yPhms

KCRW – Mood Foods https://www.kcrw.com/news-culture/shows/good-food/mood-foods-american-vs-french-sommeliers

Tennis.com http://www.tennis.com/search/?keywords=kleiner

National Library Board http://www.nlb.gov.sg/biblio/202951112

3 Myths Around Glycemic Index - https://www.acefitness.org/education-and-resources/professional/prosource/august-2015/5505/3-myths-surrounding-the-glycemic-index

Preserve Muscle with Protein - https://mp-body.com/articles-1/cccc

Nutritional Supplements in Sports and Exercise - https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-18230-8

Reign FC Nutrition with Dr. Susan Kleiner https://medium.com/@ReignFC/reign-fc-nutrition-with-dr-susan-kleiner-5dbea7a55198

Podcasts:

Sigma Nutrition Radio #80: Dr. Susan Kleiner, PhD – Performance Nutrition for Women in High Intensity Sport - https://sigmanutrition.com/episode80/ - Dr. Sue Kleiner discusses how female athletes should optimally fuel themselves, problems with low-carbohydrate diets and how many athletes undereat.

Dr. Bubbs Performance Podcast - Power Eating for Performance, Body Composition & Athlete Health w/ Dr. Susan Kleiner PhD

https://soundcloud.com/drbubbs/s2e48-power-eating-for-performance-body-composition-athlete-health-dr-susan-kleiner - Susan talks about the importance of understanding “why” before designing nutrition plans, the nuances of fueling workouts, the difference between managing fats and burning fats, as well as strategies to improve body composition while also preparing for competition. She also dives into nutrition for mood and cognitive function, supplements to support the brain and evidence-based botanicals for athletes. Finally, she shares her wisdom around changing athlete behaviours to influence their health and performance in the long-term.

Dr. Bubbs Performance Podcast - Weight Loss For Women, Female Athletes & Body Composition w/ Dr. Susan Kleiner

https://drbubbs.com/podcastepisodes/2017/12/weight-loss-for-women-female-athletes-body-composition-w-dr-susan-kleiner - Dr. Susan Kleiner talks about  weight loss in women and female athletes. Dr. Kleiner dives into the best ways to assess and measure progress - fitting into an old pair of jeans versus a DEXA scan – depending on your goals, the dangers of prolonged or extreme caloric restriction on female hormones, the impact of hormone balance on energy expenditure in women, the key role of carbohydrates during exercise, gut bacteria and weight gain, HIIT training for women and so much more. Great tips and actionable advice from Dr. Kleiner.

Executive Athletes Podcast #28 – Dr. Susan Kleiner – Nutrition Guru

Totally Fit Radio Episode 94 - http://www.totallyfitradio.com/podcast/totally-fit-radio-podcast-94/ - Goal oriented fitness is not just about the exercise. Real results come from functional eating? Podcast this show as Tony & Michelle teach you how to eat for your goals. They will also be talking with Dr. Susan Kleiner about performance based nutrition.

Revolutionary You! – Dr. Susan Kleiner: An Evolution in Power Eating

Revolutionary You! – Dr. Susan Kleiner: The Focus on Female Nutrition

Videos:

Authors@Google Dr. Susan Kleiner - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIFVwOK_EDs

Dr. Susan Kleiner is a well respected sports nutritionist. She is the author of The Good Mood Diet and discusses how the food we eat can affect our mood and our ability to manage our weight. She is also the author of Power Eating written specifically to address exercise nutritional needs.

YouTube Video on Power Eating for Recovery – Recovery Drinks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fvu4xW8g0L4

Amazon Author Bio Page https://www.amazon.com/Susan-M.-Kleiner/e/B000APJDK8/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1548193392&sr=1-2-ent

Books:

https://www.drskleiner.com/books/

Women: Celebrate Your Femininity and Put Your Hormones to Work for You!

I have the great honor of working with women who strive to improve their health and performance in all aspects of their lives. Sometimes it’s in athletic competition, but just as often it is somewhere else in their lives, from having enough energy to take care of themselves, those around them, and still enjoy the parts of their days that are for fun and not obligation. We often blame our bodies and especially our unique feminine biology for an inability to be at our best. For eons women have been told that our biology works against us. That information is just plain wrong!

What is High Performance Nutrition?

There are so many ways to think about high performance. Most people go right to sports performance and athletes, but you don’t have to be an athlete to want peak performance. You can have a desire to perform at your best in all places and phases of your life. While you may want high performance on the court or the track, you might also want it in the courtroom, the boardroom, and even the bedroom. We can desire peak physical as well as mental performance from the time we are young students to old age.

Put your carbs to work for you 

The question isn’t whether or not to eat carbohydrate. If you exercise to enhance performance, you probably know you need carbohydrate in your diet to achieve that goal. The question I am most commonly asked is what, when and how to eat carbohydrate.  I answer by saying “put your carbs to work for you” 

Carbohydrates fuel physical action and mental function. The greater the intensity of your movement the more carbohydrate is required. Sitting at the desk, watching a movie, walking your dog, household chores, all use a tiny bit of carbohydrate, but not much.  

Why expect science?

A funny question coming from a scientist, but it’s a question that I am asked all the time. Can companies really prove all the things that they claim? Isn’t it too hard and too expensive to do research?

What I ask myself when companies make claims but don’t have any published research data to back them up is: don’t they want to know if their product works? Or improve it so it works better?

A new look outside, same great fuel inside! 

Vitargo has metamorphosed into a powerful new version of our self. We’ve rebuilt our website and curated our social media platforms to engage with our community. We have new flavors and a brighter look, and we are embracing our power to fuel exercisers at all levels, from everyday beginners to fitness enthusiasts, to elite and competitive athletes in all sports.