About EAS Academy

Providing Nutrition Education Resources


The EAS Academy is the centerpiece of Abbott Performance Nutrition’s education and community-outreach efforts in the areas of sports nutrition and sports medicine. The EAS Academy is an objective and trusted provider of high-quality scientific information and nutrition education materials, in a variety of formats, to health and fitness professionals. The EAS Academy promotes cutting-edge scientific research to advance the knowledge base in nutrition and physical performance. Finally, the EAS Academy is a strong advocate for the discipline of sports nutrition and has strong ties with other professional organizations for promoting the relationships among nutrition, physical fitness, and good health.

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We’re here to show you what’s possible.

Whether you’re an elite athlete or an occasional gym-goer, our goal is to help you discover just how much more you can do. We’re a team of scientists, researchers, and all-around fitness fanatics passionate about getting the most out of the human body. Our daily focus is on finding new ways to provide you with the caliber of sports nutrition that uniquely supports your goals.

We work hard to make sure all our products are safe and impactful so you can keep pushing yourself to the next level. We’re the first major brand to achieve 100% certification for banned-substance testing on our products, by two leading independent agencies.

We’re changing the game. This is just the beginning.

Abbott Nutrtion

Abbott Nutrition is a division of Abbott, the global, broad-based healthcare company. Every day, our global team of scientists is working hard to discover and develop nutritional and related healthcare products that advance the quality of life for people of all ages.

Healthcare professionals and their patients trust us to provide cutting-edge products that meet changing nutrition needs. And we deliver on their expectations—providing a vast array of nutritional and therapeutic products that help babies and children grow, work to keep bodies strong, and support the unique needs of patients with chronic illnesses.

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