January 08, 2019 - Angie Dye and Kathryn Seaton will be joining the AJ Baucco Coaching team as our "in house" nutritionists. They will be creating and posting a Recipe of the Week every Monday, sharing nutrition related articles each month, and helping our clients with their nutrition related questions via the AJ Baucco Coaching Facebook Group. If anyone is interested in working more closely with our nutritionists, reach out to Angie Dye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello! I’m Angie Dye, a fellow Baucco Squad member and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) with 20 years of experience. I received my Master’s Degree in Nutrition Science from Indiana University and am a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) and a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. I have a private practice called Carpe Diem Nutrition, in Hershey PA and have a great intern working with me (see Katie Seaton’s bio). We are both SO excited to collaborate with Baucco Squad this year to bring you fresh recipes, fueling tips and updates on current nutrition research. I did my first sprint triathlon in 1999 and fell in love with just about everything about the sport. I married my boyfriend and training partner from that first race and we now have been married for 18 years and have 3 teenagers! This year, we are training for a few half marathons, a few local sprint triathlons, Escape the Cape Olympic Tri, Age Group Nationals, IM Lake Placid 70.3 and a fall marathon. Working, training and balancing a very busy family life is not always easy, so what I hope to share are ways that nutrition can support these efforts and keep you fueled for training and life! You can follow me on Instagram @angiedye3 or check out my website www.carpediemnutrition.com for more information.
Aloha, I am a student-athlete at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa studying Food Science and Human Nutrition in pursuit of becoming a Registered Dietitian. I finished my final year of NCAA eligibility last spring as captain of the swim team for our Division 1 women’s program that is currently ranked 33rd in the nation (GO BOWS!). Since completing my eligibility, I have begun coaching the masters swim program at UH composed of many successful triathletes in addition to coaching high school and middle school swimmers. Today, I work with athletes at my University creating nutrition plans, providing cooking demonstrations, and sharing recipes. My love for open water swimming continues and aspire to eventually swim the Kaiwi channel (a 26-mile channel swim from Molokai to Oahu). Unfortunately, I am dealing with a labrum tear form a bicycle accident and I am unable to swim. Since my injury, I have been pushing myself to run! On December 9 I ran my first marathon at a time of 3:54-- not too shabby for 26.2 miles with a torn labrum. In the near future, I hope to qualify for the Kona Ironman. :) Follow my Instagram @mindfulfuel for more updates and stop by to practice with me if you are ever on Oahu!