Elizabeth (Beth) Mansfield, PhD, MSc, RD, is a Sport
Nutrition Specialist, Registered Dietitian and Certified Exercise
Physiologist with Peak Performance based in Ottawa. Beth works
with Canada's national teams and athletes at the international,
national, provincial, regional and professional levels to ensure
that they are eating for peak health and performance. She also
specializes in applying training principles developed for sport
performance to business executives and workplace wellness programs
in both governmental and NGO sectors.
Dr. Mansfield also works in the Bureau of Nutritional Sciences
at Health Canada. Her social science research uses evidence based
analysis in a systematic way to answer practical nutrition related
concerns/questions such as, does vigorous exercise counteract
less than optimal eating habits for weight control? Her current
research, done in partnership with McGill University's School
of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, investigates individual, social
and environmental correlates of weight control in recreational
women runners and is the first body of research to look at the
eating habits of a representative sample of Canadian women involved
in training and competing in road running races throughout Canada.
Other research interests include the integration of a health literate
approach to the labelling of foods with interpretive nutrition
symbols to improve consumers' understanding and use of nutrition
information to make their food choices when eating out in restaurants
and other food services.
Juteau, MSc, RD, is a Registered Dietitian with a background in
neuroscience. Susannah has a Masters degree from McGill
University and specializes in sports nutrition, weight loss and
early years' nutrition. She is currently working at the Centretown
Community Health Centre as a community dietitian which involves
clinical work, running lots of programs, cooking workshops and
nutrition presentations. With her free time she is either playing
sports or helping athletes with their nutrition practices.
Susannah grew up as a competitive ringette player and went to
four nationals in a row. She is also an active cross-country skier
and dragon boat paddler and plays on volleyball, ultimate, hockey
and soccer teams and wishes she had time for additional sports.
Susannah was luckily able to intern with Beth Mansfield where
she started working with the Carleton Ravens Women's hockey and
basketball teams. That experience has led to helping out many
other teams such as Hockey Atlantic. She also stays involved and
up to date by giving Peak Performance PowerFuel™T sport nutrition
seminars or individual counseling to athletes and sports teams.
Peak Performance Sport Nutritionist in Montreal,
Moey CAT(C), CSCS, RD is a Certified Athletic Therapist, NSCA-Certified
Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Registered Dietitian.
Tiffany is a certified athletic therapist and registered dietitian.
Tiffany graduated from Concordia University in exercise science
with a specialization in athletic therapy in 2003 and became a
certified athletic therapist in 2004. She has worked with various
teams and athletes for the past several years and currently is
a staff therapist for the McGill Sports Medicine Clinic and head
therapist for the McGill Men’s Rugby team and McGill Swim team.
Her interest in sports nutrition drove her to pursue and achieve
a degree in Dietetics, which will allow her to help athletes improve
health and increase performance. She is currently working towards
developing a sports nutrition program for McGill varsity athletes.
This unique background of athletic therapy and nutrition will
allow for a more well rounded approach to the athlete.
- Evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries
- Emergency care and on-field assessment of musculoskeletal injuries
- Training program design
- Nutritional assessment and counseling
- Nutrition workshops