Sports Nutrition Coach

Do you have young athletes? Do they know WHAT and WHEN to eat to improve athletic performance? What nutrition habits are sabotaging their training? Nutrition. Hydration. Rest/Sleep. These are the necessary ingredients to ensure maximum energy levels, mental focus, injury prevention and overall performance.

Jacqueline Winkelmann, M.D., known to many as “Doctor Jacq,” is a Board-Certified Pediatrician at CHOC Children’s and CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital, past Chief-of-Staff, Child Advocate, dedicated chef, and mother of 2 young athletes. This gives her a unique understanding of how to create a realistic yet healthy lifestyle that fits into busy routines. Doctor Jacq teaches young athletes, parents, and coaches to “Make the Healthier Choice the Easier Choice.”

Let Doctor Jacq help your team understand the WHAT, WHEN and WHY of eating, drinking and resting for sports. Doctor Jacq’s talks are customized for YOUR team: age, gender, and sport specific. Doctor Jacq will give you the medical information your young athlete needs to be mentally sharp, energized, injury-free and performing his or her best, in a fun, easy and practical manner!

Invite Doctor Jacq to speak to your team and learn all the aspects of Sports Nutrition and Wellness for Young Athletes!

Latest Recipies

Doctor Jacq’s Sports Drink

Making your own sports drink is SO easy! Try different flavors and see what your family enjoys! Doctor Jacq's Sports Drink - - Water (or 4 cups water and 4 cups coconut water), 100% juice (orange, lemon-lime, watermelon or...

Pre (or Post) Game Banana Mini Muffins

These are my FAVORITE pre- or post- practice/game snack! I LOVE making these muffins because they give me the opportunity of making a yummy, baked “treat” that is full of things that are good for them!  My son's hockey team LOVES these muffins and they ask for them...

Chicken Chow Mein

Chicken Chow Mein - Talk about a great 30 minute meal! My daughter and I were by ourselves for 2 weeks this summer (the boys were away at hockey camp), and she asked to if we could go out for Asian food. She loves Panda Express and even PF...

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