Whether a newbie gym-goer or avid exerciser, you are an athlete. As an athlete, your sports nutrition plan (or lack thereof) can drastically impact the way you train, perform and recover. Learn the best foods to eat pre and post workout to achieve your optimal results.
Foods made with sugar, fat, and salt can be biologically addictive because the human body is hard-wired to find these foods as a survival mechanism. Fight those cravings with some helpful tips to trick your taste buds when eating healthier and still be able to hit that blissful spot with whole foods!
April 16, 2015|Written by Erika Brown
Skip the calories and still enjoy your favorite comfort foods with these simple alternatives.
Beets. A polarizing vegetable – you love them or you hate them. This often unpopular root vegetable is getting a lot of positive press as a result of scientific studies examining the health benefits of its unique nutrient profile.