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Food Choices

The food you eat matters. This isn’t new information at all. Balancing your diet can be a huge step towards optimizing health, wellbeing, and fitness. Some good news about balancing your diet is that there are many delicious, wholesome, and nutritious foods available! However, once you have a handle on balance the next step towards enhancing your diet may be dialing in food choices to help propel you more efficiently towards your goals!

Calories may be created equal. However, calorie sources are not. Let me explain this idea further. Eating 100 calories of butter versus 100 calories of broccoli are very different experiences. At about 1tbsp volume, 100 calories of butter is a single ambitious bite on top of a baked potato. However, 100 calories of broccoli is just short of 3.5 cups of chopped raw broccoli. That amount of broccoli would take a lot of chewing and even more digesting, and chances are good that you’d be pretty full from the broccoli alone. Even thought they had the same calorie content it would be a very different dietary experience with the broccoli and the butter.



There are a lot of mixed opinions and studies done on alcohol. Is it healthy? Is it harmful? Is it a good post workout beverage? Let’s sort through some of these ideas on how alcohol affects your nutrition, your performance, and also your recovery and mindset. I’ll let you in on a hint… the answer to most of the questions are, it depends.

What Supp?

Supplements are a hot topic item in training and nutrition. There are literally thousands of supplements available on the market, most of them making rather lofty claims regarding their effect on health and performance. With so much information, marketing, and advertisements surrounding this industry it can be rather overwhelming to know where to start. So what supplements work and do you need them?? This blog will focus on supplements and training performance, and how they might fit into your nutritional plan.