An anti-inflammatory diet involves eating certain foods & avoiding others in order to minimize the risk and symptoms of chronic inflammatory diseases. Find out more in this week’s nutrition video series!
I get it - between training, work, class, more training - your time is limited. So to make your lives easier, I've gathered 37 recipes that require little effort, take 30 minutes or less, and include TONS of variety! Whether you choose plant-based, love seafood, chicken, or beef, there's a recipe for you!
After the feedback I received from my Crockpot Recipes for the Busy Athlete post, I wanted to continue the series. This time, I'm sharing a collection of healthy one skillet recipes. Whether you’re constantly busy with practice, work, or class, nothing comes in handy more than throwing everything together in one skillet! These recipes require little effort and time, and you can rest assured you’ll be eating a nutritious meal!
You feel like you’re consuming the right amount of food each day to lose weight. You feel like you don’t eat very much, sometimes you don’t even eat three full meals. You don’t understand why you’re not losing weight despite your hard efforts. What could you possibly be doing wrong? Mindless eating or mindless snacking could be your number one problem. Watch this video on the activity you need to try; all you need is a container!
As a dietitian, I often get asked what I typically eat in a day. Contrary to what most people think, my meals do not consist of salads and broccoli all day long. Hopefully this post on what I eat in a "typical day" will help show you that eating healthy doesn't have to be completely boring, bland, or time-consuming!
Caffeine is one of the most commonly used and researched supplements/ergogenic aids. It's been shown time and time again to be effective in increasing alertness, mental focus, and athletic performance. But how much is too much? Isn't caffeine dehydrating? Are pre-workouts safe? Does it help burn fat? In this blog I answer all these questions and more to help you decide how, when, and if you should use caffeine.