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Pam Nisevich Bede, Sports Dietitian, Abbott

Areas of Expertise: sports nutrition, diet trends, marathon training, meal planning, recovery nutrition, pregnancy and training, dietetic counseling.


Pamela Nisevich Bede is a sports dietitian with Abbott's EAS Sports Nutrition. She works with athletes and coaches to support the development of innovative nutrition products that help active people and athletes of all levels achieve their goals.

As a marathoner, triathlete, and dietitian, Pamela knows firsthand the important role nutrition plays in athletic performance. A 21-time marathoner and an Ironman triathlete, Pamela works passionately with athletes, trainers and coach to share nutrition and training insight. She has contributed to multiple books and regularly writes a column, “Fuel School,” published by Runner’s World magazine.

Prior to joining Abbott, Pamela was a pediatric clinical dietitian and worked in the areas of pediatric obesity, Type 1 diabetes and general pediatrics. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Miami University and a Master of Science in Medical Dietetics from The Ohio State University.

Featured Articles
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By Pam Nisevich Bede, RD, registered dietitian and 20-time marathoner Abbott's EAS Sports Nutrition As marathon season gets underway in Boston, many marathon ...

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For many, the New Year brings renewed focus and commitment to getting healthy and fit. In making those resolutions don't forget nutrition. Nutrition plays a vit...


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Whether you’re competing in a workplace wellness challenge or training for your first marathon, you probably want more muscle—and less fat—on your frame. Luckil...