Pamela M. Nisevich Bede is a nutrition expert and consultant specializing in the areas of sports nutrition, weight management, and pediatrics. She is an adjunct instructor at Sinclair Community College, a former instructor at Miami University, a clinical dietitian at Dayton Children’s Medical Center, and the nutrition expert for the Runner’s World Marathon Challenge program. Pamela’s media outreach and participation includes nutrition expert appearances on NBC and CBS affiliates and as an author in Today’s Dietitian, IDEA Fitness Journal, My Family Doctor, and various newsletters and educational handouts.
Pamela is well versed in various clinical, commercial, and educational settings with diverse patient and client populations. As a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD), her sports nutrition experience includes counseling athletes of all ages and abilities, developing meal plans for both individuals and teams, developing event-day nutrition strategies, and lecturing on acute and chronic diseases that affect different sports and populations. With a strong educational base in both nutrition and exercise, Pamela facilitates patient and client quests for optimum health, wellness, and athletic performance.
Originally from Dayton, Ohio, this energetic RD earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics from Miami University and a Masters of Science in Medical Dietetics from The Ohio State University.
A former collegiate soccer player, Pamela now focuses on endurance competitions. As a member of PowerBar’s Team Elite and Brooks Running ID program, Pamela is a competitive runner who has competed in 9 marathons, including the distinguished Boston Marathon. She consistently achieves recognition in local and national races of varying distances. She recently completed her first Ironman Triathlon and is currently training for her next marathon, the Big Sur International Marathon.