Eating for Performance Learn and review the ins and outs of sports nutrition. 5 sessions to help you absorb and apply the information gradually during your training this spring and summer. Maximize your potential for any cycle race, endurance-running race, Triathlon series, Grand Fondo and or Challenge Penticton. Topics covered include: Everyday eating for training […]
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Month: February 2016
Dietitian’s of Canada release proposal on how to reduce consumption of sugary drinks. The average person consumes excessive amounts of added sugars each day…contributing to weight gain and other complications. Is Taxing sugary drinks the way to go, how should that tax be distributed? Education? Subsidies on fresh produce? Food for thought.
A tasty and easy vegetarian Ratatouille recipe, clean eating at its best. Vibrant with color and great for lunch the following day. The cooked tomatoes are a great source of lycopene which is an antioxidant associated with reducing rates of prostate cancer. Protein comes from the chickpeas and the cheese. Spice up the recipe […]