Back in April of this year, I took part in a CPSDA sport dietician’s conference. My role was with PowerBar, and educating the dieticians on our products, what’s new, how their athletes can use them, etc. While there I was able to listen to some of the presenters speak on various topics. The one of
Canandaigua Lake, one of the beautiful Finger Lakes near my parents house. As a swimmer and triathlete, having the Finger Lakes near you is magnificent. I was so spoiled growing up and not realizing that not everyone got to see this, or swim in places like this. We were/are lucky to live in a place
I’m brimming with excitement, but excitement that’s right below the surface. I’m almost scared to believe it, but I do believe I’ve crossed the last mountain in my hamstring/sciatic nerve battle. And yes, it’s been a hard fought, tooth and nail type battle. I wish I could describe the physical and emotional battle this has
My 100th blog! I feel like this should be a philosophical blog about my journey to this point in the blogging world, however, today I give you a new (and exciting) recipe. In a way it is kind of fitting to have this as my 100th blog. The blog started off as a way to
Joule Fuel, it’s pretty cool. That’s what I wanted the title of this blog post to be. But…then I decided it was too corny. Really though, it’s a pretty cool idea and meal replacement product. A few weeks ago while working a Rev3 race (Rev3 Rush in Richmond) I met the owner of a new
Tart cherry juice and tart cherry juice concentrate are pretty amazing. You look at the small little cherry and think “it’s a healthy fruit,” but it’s so much more. It’s an anti-inflammatory, an antioxidant and even can help you sleep. Tart cherries are different from the normal cherries you find in the grocery. Those are
As we’re packing up our house, we’re finding things that we’ve long forgotten about. You know those things that you bring from one house to the next, only to find them again, 3 years later and think “oh yes, I remember that.” Well, that happened this morning, and what Brett found truly changed my life.
Ginger is a root/flowering plant that is indigenous to China. It is now widely produced and is used in tea, as a kitchen spice, as nausea relief, and for athletic health including anti inflammatory and muscle soreness relief. Growing up, ginger wasn’t a big part of my diet as we are Italian/English, and most ginger
Brett, Rogue, Colt and I are about to begin a new chapter in our lives…and I’m very excited about it. Change can be difficult, but I’m ready for it. A few days ago I gave notice to PowerBar that I would be leaving on July 15th. It was a hard decision because I love PowerBar,
As most of you know, I am a sports nutritionist. I spend most days assisting athletes with their endurance training and sports nutrition. I am a firm believer in you are what you eat, crap in, crap out and think about food as fuel for your body. In order to perform the best, you need
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