Whether you are pro athlete, a stay-at-home mom (or dad!), a corporate executive, in public service – whatever! I think we all can agree that there never seems to be enough time in the day to get everything that we want done. Sometimes our eating habits suffer as a result. Being consistent in eating foods full of nutrients and antioxidants can be hard, if not time consuming. I know that for me, after a hard training day, the last thing I want to do is cook dinner. But I also know I feel a lot better and recover faster when I do eat the right foods.
Planning Meals AheadJune 14, 2015
June 7, 2015
Tip: Meal planning can really help maximize grocery dollars and time at the store, while also ensuring that you’re eating healthy meals. But, it can feel a bit restrictive. Challenge: Make a plan for 2 – 3 meals per week. This will give you some direction, but still allow for kitchen improvisations and meals out.Read More
May 31, 2015
Tip: Most of our food comes in different types of containers, and many of them in plastic. But did you know? Plastic can leach hormone-disrupting compounds into our food, especially when you heat your food in plastic containers. Sounds pretty sketchy huh? No fears though! You can purchase reusable glass containers, which can make wonderful, safe food storageRead More
May 19, 2015
Tip: Did you know…Studies show that if you eat seven or more portions of fresh fruits and vegetables daily, you may reduce you risk of dying from a wide variety of diseases by up to 42% over others who only eat less than one portion? There is a reason that your parents wanted you to eat your veggiesRead More