Do you ever wonder if you're eating the right foods to maximize the benefits from your workout sessions? If you struggle with nagging injuries, constant fatigue, or find it difficult to put on muscle, there may be ways you can improve your diet. This article will outline fueling strategies you can utilize to optimize exercise… Continue reading What to Eat Before and After a Workout
Do you ever see a picture of a dish and think to yourself "WOW, I really wanna eat that!" This is how I felt the first time I laid eyes on Shakshuka. Baked eggs in a tasty, savory tomato sauce. What's NOT to like?? What exactly is Shakshuka? Shakshuka is a dish that features eggs… Continue reading How to Make Shakshuka
We're at the start of a new year, which means it's the most popular time of year for setting health and fitness goals. And, with today's technology there is no shortage of options for people wanting to take a closer look at their nutrition habits. From WW, to Noom, to the ever popular MyFitnessPal there… Continue reading Is There a Best Way to Track Your Food?
It's officially soup weather around here! As much as I can do without our extremely cold winter weather, there is something about a warm bowl of soup on a cold day that is just so necessary. This lentil and wild rice soup is super simple, and can be made with any combination of veggies you… Continue reading Lentil and Wild Rice Soup
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GI issues while running- more common than you might think! Did you know an estimated 70% of runners have experienced GI issues or 'tummy troubles' while training or competing? 70-f******* percent! While 'runner's diarrhea' is generally thought to be the "worst" symptom to experience, GI symptoms during exercise can include nausea, vomiting, cramps, bloating, or… Continue reading How to Stop GI Issues From Hurting Your Running
We all love a warm bowl of oatmeal in the fall and winter months. The problem is, oatmeal on it's own isn't all that high in protein. This can leave your post-workout meal a little lacking! Many oatmeal recipes use protein powder to try and bump up the protein content, with hit or miss results.… Continue reading Pumpkin Pie Protein Oatmeal