Rosemary Garlic Beet Chips

Forget those processed, deep-fried, and high salt vegetable chips. Do you know how easy it is to make your own? It’s so simple. And if you haven’t tried beet chips specifically, you’re truly missing out. Beet’s are a nutrient rich vegetable. They’re a source of fiber, potassium, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. And what better […] Read more…

Maple Coconut Prune Granola

Disclaimer: This post was developed in sponsorship with California Dried Plum Board, however all opinions are my own. In case you didn’t know – March is Nutrition Month. And this year it’s all about Unlocking the Potential of Food. So, I though’t I’d start with prunes. You know, those digestive power-houses that help keep you […] Read more…

Easy Black Bean Burgers

There is a big push lately for more plant-based foods in your diet. Not that there is anything unhealthy with eating meat (as some may think based on recent completely un-truthful and biased documentaries…). But eating more vegetarian meals is both great for your heart, and the environment. In fact, you should aim for at […] Read more…

Train Low, Compete High- Does it work?

  A hot topic among endurance athletes over the last few years has been something called “Train Low, Compete High.” But what is it? More importantly – does it work, and it is right for you?   What is Train Low, Compete High? The concept of Training Low and Competing High is simple. You train […] Read more…

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