Trainers & Coaches
The 1 Week Meal Plan for Rowers
If you row 60 minutes per day and weight train, this diet example is worth checking out.
No Powder Protein Bars
This combination of seeds, nuts, oats, and almond butter make this bar an amazingly tasty and protein filled snack.
40 Days of Clean Eating: Tuscan Kale and Potato Soup
The ultimate, filling potato and kale soup is sure to provide the nutrition you need to fuel your workouts.
40 Days of Clean Eating: Sausage and Goat Cheese Mini Quiche
Here's something that you can keep in the fridge and reheat later. Stop eating leftovers.
40 Days of Clean Eating: Mushroom Leek Risotto
This flavorful and hearty risotto and mushroom dish is a welcome meal on cold nights.
40 Days of Clean Eating: Dairy Free Bircher Muesli
Start the day right with a clean and nutritious breakfast.
40 Days of Clean Eating: Salty Sweet Jalapeño Poppers
These poppers are sure to bring a zing to your palate.
40 Days of Clean Eating: Tandoori Chicken
Cardamom and garlic are the stars of this delicious tandoori chicken meal.
40 Days of Clean Eating: Zucchini Pomodoro
Zucchini noodles, chicken, and artichoke hearts make this a flavorful and healthy main dish.
Fast Fuel: Winter Salad with Kale, Pomegranate, and Butternut Squash
If you're in the mood for something fresh and crunchy, this hearty and robust salad with homemade dressing won't disappoint.
Green Fuel: Walleye with Kale Bruschetta
Fresh fish and kale is a bright and nutritious meal.
Create Your Own Nutrition Tribe
There will never be a blanket diet that will work for everyone because every single person is different.
Snack Smart While Traveling
Consider your goals when considering a snack.
Dr. Marc Bubbs
Fuel Your Adventure: Backpacking Meal Ideas
Don't let poor food choices for your summer trip weigh you down.
Summertime Skewers: Two Shish Kabob Recipes
These dessert and stir fry on a stick recipes are packed with fun and flavor.
Summertime Post-Workout Nutrition
Meal ideas to keep you fueled when hot weather makes eating feel like a chore.
Real Food Isn't Complicated
Simply put, real food comes from something that grows out of the dirt or something that walks, swims, or flies.
Walter J. Dorey
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