Achieve your performance goals by learning how to fuel your body.
Soccer Mom Nutrition creates a sideline community for busy families looking for simple, clear and actionable tips for helping their youth athletes in every sport succeed on and off the field.
Soccer Mom Nutrition provides relevant, practical and evidence based information. As a sports performance nutritionist, “former” youth athlete and parent of youth/teen athletes, Steph knows the importance of nutrition in fueling athletes for success on and off the fields.
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Our Editorial Process
You can find a lot of nutrition and health information on the internet. Why can you count on this website for reliable and trustworthy information?
All content is created and/or medically reviewed by Steph Magill, MS, RD, CD, FAND unless otherwise indicated. Steph has a Masters degree in Nutrition with an emphasis in sports nutrition, has completed 1,200 hours of supervised practice through an accredited dietetic internship program, and passed a national exam to obtain her dietitian credential. Maintaining this credential requires 75 hours of continuing education every five years.
Additionally Steph is a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) and credentialed in the state of Washington.
All articles reviewed and updated annually based on current literature and research. Our content includes references to peer-reviewed research articles, academic text books or websites you can trust (from government or academic institutions). Soccer Mom Nutrition focuses on science and evidence based practices.
When a guest authors post on this website, all content is medically reviewed, edited and fact checked by Steph prior to publication. Guest authors use the same process of research and referencing.
Please note that the content on this site is considered general information only and should not be used as personalized nutrition advice. Read our disclaimer for more information and consult with your healthcare practitioner before making any diet or lifestyle changes.