Whether your favorite activity is running, cross country skiing, or another endurance sport, there are lots of factors that go into performing your best. Training right, getting enough sleep, and eating a healthy diet are all important. But with some planning, your nutrition doesn’t have to be a chore. Learn more about what you should eat for endurance sports training, and you can create a meal plan that’s easy to follow and will fuel your workouts and recovery.
The Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato sandwich, commonly referred to as the BLT, is a classic sandwich that can be found almost everywhere. People have been enjoying this classic sandwich for years, but it has not always been known as a BLT. Continue reading
Pick any fruit and you know it’s good for you. It’s the same with vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein foods. They deserve their nutritional halos.
Some foods, however, have gotten the healthy thumbs up, when they’re actually loaded with fat, sugar, or both. That’s why you should always read the nutrition label, and ingredients list. Here are seven items that you may think are good snacks, but you would be better off not consuming. Continue reading
When properly made, hollandaise sauce is light, smooth, frothy, lemony, and rich with butter and eggs. The buttery flavor should dominate but not mask the flavors of the egg and lemon. Continue reading
The first recorded use of sourdough bread was from the Ancient Egyptian civilizations dating back to 1500 B.C. It was probably discovered by accident when bread dough was left out, and wild yeast spores from the air drifted into the mix. Continue reading