Upgrade your performance and diet. Get real and break free from the packaged bars and powders.
Admit it, your idea of sports nutrition needs an upgrade. Are you still reaching for low-fat cheese sticks and peanut butter bagels for pre-event meals? Let's get real and break free from the packaged bars and powders.
Active people, fitness lovers and athletes need practical guidance and proper knowledge about nutrition. Real Fit Kitchen is just what you're craving.
Nutrition experts Tara Mardigan and Kate Weiler prove that the foods, supplements and beverages, that many think are aiding performance, are actually hindering and can be easily replaced with healthy, real, clean food. For example:
- Instead of consuming chemical-laden and performance-hindering additives in packaged recovery drinks, make your own performance-boosting chocolate protein recovery drink.
- Replace liver-damaging pain-relief medications that dehydrate and disrupt electrolyte absorption, try a tart cherry juice smoothie.
- Substitute peanut butter laden with inflammatory trans fat and added sugar for muscle-rebuilding pecan cashew maca butter.
More nutritious than store bought products, Real Fit Kitchen provides 100 healthy meals, snacks, smoothies, and more, including new ingredients (like performance-enhancing raw cacao, turmeric, and chlorella) to upgrade anyone's diet. Learn to make more efficient, cost-effective meals that your whole family will eat. Enjoy natural food, and replace sports nutrition unhealthy products that do not properly sustain an active lifestyle with delicious and easy recipes that the whole family will love.Biografía del autor:
TARA MARDIGAN, MS, MPH, RD is a registered dietitian in Boston with 17 years of experience. In addition to her private practice clients, she has been the team nutritionist for the World Champion Boston Red Sox since 2006. She is credited for helping change the culture of the Red Sox to use healthy food (not supplements) as an edge to athletic performance, injury prevention and ongoing success. She is an expert at helping athletes and clients with sustainable lifestyle change or 'upgrades'.
Tara has a bachelor's degree in nutrition from the University of New Hampshire and she completed her dietetic internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Tara has master of science and master of public health degrees from Tufts University with a focus on nutrition communication. Tara is also known as ThePlateCoach. Her website is ThePlateCoach.com.
KATE WEILER, MS, CHC is a sports nutritionist who works with athletes to optimize athletic performance through nutrition. She has combined her strongly holistic mentality with the reality of what actually works and what is convenient for a time-pressed, busy athlete. Kate is also the co-founder of DRINKmaple which is launching maple., pure maple water in May. She was featured on the front page of the Business section in The Boston Globe this past April.
Kate is an elite triathlete who has completed 5 full distance Ironman races, a countless number of triathlons, and more than 10 marathons. She is a multiple time qualifier and finisher of the Boston Marathon and she is qualifier and finisher of the 2013 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
Kate is the Boston Triathlon and Active Ethos Nutritionist. She has also created recipes for Lululemon Athletica and Fluide Bar a Jus- Juice and Smoothie bar in Mt. Tremblant, Canada. Kate has a Master of Science Degree in Nutrition from Northeastern University and Certified Holistic Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York. She has a Certificate of Integrative Nutrition from Purchase College, SUNY, and is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She also has Bachelor of Arts from Colby College.
When she is not swimming, biking or running, she can be found creating concoctions in what is known as the KKW test kitchen in the social media world (@kkweiler). She blogs about food and racing at www.ironnourishment.blogspot.com.
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