Bright Orange BOOM! Why you should put pumpkin in your daily diet now.
Check it out and feel free to share comments below if you have something to add!
Links to websites I like to consult for a variety of suggestions, opinions and healthful recipes (NOTE: If you dig eating flesh, go ahead and add ONE SERVING to your portion of a veg-only recipe.)
Runner’s World (even if running’s not your thing, their dietician is awesome and the recipes are delish!)
Behind every great athlete on two wheels is an even greater mechanic. Behold our team keeping the Carmichael Training Systems athletes upright and blazing fast at this year’s bucket list event, the Tour of CA Race Experience.
I’m stoked that a lot of these delicious whole foods that I often eat are super-nutritious and potentially very beneficial when it comes to supporting my eye health. This cool article also includes a bunch of awesome recipes and additional information related to health and wellness and how to eat your way there! READ THE ARTICLE HERE
I really liked Amy Layne’s eighth tip in her series of 31 Tips to a Healthier You, “How to get better sleep – Sleep better to improve your health.” I like her suggstions, particularly how she talks about our “inner clock.” More on that topic later!
Amy’s website has some great recipes and other info on it that you might find interesting, delicious and helpful (not necessarily in that order.) Check it out!
Don’t be this guy…
According to IDEA Fitness Journal (January 2013), bananas aren’t just sweet and nutritionally friendly, but they are also considered sacred in many cultures. For example, in India, the banana flower is regarded as a sign of good luck and is often tied to the head for important ceremonies. By the looks of things, you’d better have a strong neck to hold that baby up!
No doubt last night’s feast got me through a full day of intense work on some of the most kickass athletes I’ve ever worked on! Tonight’s dinner was a sweet, sweet reward and great prep for tomorrow!