The Core Diet Blog

Beth Shutt

Ironman Triathlete and Registered Dietitian

Beth is a Registered Dietitian and Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. She holds a Bachelors degree in Nutrition from Penn State University where she ran cross-country and track and field.
In addition to working as a Core Diet dietitian, Beth is the Operations Director and coach for Your 26.2, the run-only sister company of QT2 Systems.
 
Beth competes as a professional triathlete at the 70.3 and IM distances and qualified and competed in the Ironman World Championships for the first time as a pro in 2014. 
 
She started her career as a dietitian at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center where she worked clinically for 12 years covering everything from diabetic diet educations to managing intravenous nutrition in critically ill surgical and trauma patients.

Beth has been working with endurance athletes since 2009 and has thoroughly enjoyed combining her two passions of sport and nutrition!












Hot Weather Running

When the weather gets hot, there are some basic hydration guidelines you should follow before, during and after your training sessions. However, when the summer months kick into high gear and the rise in temperature and humidity cause you to break out in a sweat the moment you walk out the door, it’s time to step up your hydration plan. Read on for some key points to consider during these summer scorchers:

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