Protein has long been a buzzword and focus for fitness enthusiasts, trainers and researchers. I really like how Runners World presents this topic in this article…the info can be relevant to all endurance athletes and this excerpt below especially jumped out at me.
“Protein may not be a magic bullet–increased supplementation has not been found to automatically improve performance–but if your intake is low, you may start to feel fatigued, lose muscle mass, become rundown, and increase your risk of injury.”
Thanks to Whole Foods, not only do you have great stores* around the country to stock up on lots of local, sustainable selections but also they’re making it so easy to learn to cook it all up in the best way possible! Check out this link to learn some options for clean, nutrient-preserving food prep.
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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