Often nutrition advice jumps right into super foods and rigid food rules. However, this type of guidance skips over some precursory concepts of human thought and behaviour. It is so much more effective, to start where you are.
I love to travel. But I hate struggling to keep my bowel habits regular while I am away from my typical routine. So after way too many uncomfortable and anxiety-ridden travel days, this girl finally bit the bullet and concocted a fibre-topper to save the day!
Earlier this fall I was asked by Stephanie Partridge, APD of The Behaviour Beet to participate in #yourbeets, her new and exciting Instagram adventure that showcases top tips (or beets) from professionals around the globe to promote a healthy and up-beet life.
We need to replace the fluid and electrolytes we lose in our sweat. And, I don't know about you, but Gatorade just doesn't cut it for me sometimes...So, I spent some time recipe testing to get the flavour and nutrient profile of this DIY Sport Drink just right.
Back-country dining has the reputation of leaving something to be desired. Campers frequently day-dream about their first meal back in civilization. Let's change that! With a bit of creativity and advanced preparation, back-country dining can be mouth-watering and convenient.
In order to increase muscle mass and enhance recovery & adaptation to training, distributing your protein intake throughout the day may be just as important as meeting your total daily protein goal. Continue reading to take a look at some concrete examples.
French toast is the ULTIMATE brunch food. Sunday mornings just wouldn’t be the same without it. I also rely on frozen pre-prepared slices for a quick pre-workout snack, or to tide me over until a later-than-usual dinner. Just pop them in the toaster, top with nut-butter and voila!