3 Recipes & Ways to Use Chia Seed

July 9, 2014

Everyone has their food niche. Some can make any vegetable look amazing and taste delicious. Some can turn a a plain Jane ingredient into a decadent dessert. Some are good are strange but good combos. And some are good at making the most of the ingredients they have on hand. You all know who you are! […]

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Naturally Gluten Free Meal Ideas and Spicy Srirachi Lettuce Wraps

June 18, 2014

FOMG –>That’s an abbreviation for Fear of Missing Gluten. Yep, I am pretty sure it’s real phobia for those who are just diagnosed with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. But here’s the thing, there are SOOOOOOO many foods that are naturally gluten free. In fact, most people don’t even realize how simple it can be […]

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Paleo(ish) Meal Ideas for One

June 4, 2014

Paleo. If feel like it’s such a strong word these days. Maybe a little too dogmatic for some. And to be honest, I don’t like focusing on an one size fits all diet, but rather a REAL food diet that works best for each individual. So I titled this post PALEO(ish) because that’s what we […]

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Mango Vanilla Almond Rice Cakes

April 25, 2014

Tailoring Your Training with myMix Nutrition I’ve been quite cozy in the kitchen these days. Good thing I like it there. Lots of  FUEL prep and Healthy Bites, all things I love to make, eat, and share! Mango Vanilla Almond Rice Cakes and Orange Dark Chocolate Chip Healthy Bites. Don’t worry, I’ll share those recipes! So […]

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Fermented Foods Facts and Recipe Round Up

April 21, 2014

Happy Monday. Hope you had a wonderful weekend and Easter! Anyone sick (literally) of Easter candy yet? Haha. Well, if you are , then you might like this post. We’re talking fermented foods and how they REBOOT your gut. Plus I can’t go very long without professing my love for my favorite fermented drink, Kombucha! […]

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Easter Themed Snack Ideas

April 18, 2014

Happy Good Friday and Easter weekend. I honestly don’t think of Easter as an unhealthy Holiday. It’s more of  a celebration, actually a JOYOUS celebration! And when I think of Easter dinner or brunch, I think more about the gathering of friends and family, where good food is supposed to be shared and enjoyed. Unless […]

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April 9, 2014

We’ve been easing on into this last week of recovery. The Kiwi (aka husband)  has been adding in more light training sessions and I headed back to the trails for some fun runs. Eating enough Super Foods and recovery food/REFUEL are still key! Especially for the Kiwi since he’ll be heading into a big training block […]

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Gluten Free Training Food and Nutrition for Triathletes

April 4, 2014

Ahh yes, we’ve come to the end of the week. Feels good. And even though this has been a rest week for us, I’m still looking forward to a some what restful weekend. Then we’ll both feel fully recovered. Speaking of recovery (yes that is my sly segue), this past week was full of good […]

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Grain Free Sundried Tomato & Basil Fritters

April 2, 2014

We are in the middle of a recovery/rest week. Yes, it feels good. In order to keep the recovering process going, we need to eat well. Recovery foods are crucial for athletes (you are an athlete), and one of our favorite go to recovery foods is Daisy cottage cheese. Real ingredients, no additives or thickeners, […]

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3 Gluten Free Recovery Snacks for Coffee Lovers

March 26, 2014

This week and next week have some pretty crucial recovery days for the kiwi. Why? Well, race season is about here. I can’t believe it, but his first race of the season is just a week away. That means he needs to train smart and recover properly in order to stay SHARP and HEALTHY! And […]

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