This dish is a nice way to pack in the veggies for the day. We often as athletes concentrate so hard on getting enough protein and carbs and forget about the nutrient dense, heart protective, gut...
Sometimes beef is boring so we’ve included the delightful lamb in this recipe to spice things up. Still a respectable source of protein and if you serve these skewers with a grain salad...
Eggs are legit the original superfood. They contain every nutrient known to humans with the exception of Vitamin C. This frittata is packed with them and would be an excellent post short-race meal...
Quickest, easiest brekkie out there. Chia seeds provide a good source of omega 3 healthy fats for recovery!
Consider topping with muesli for some additional carbs or including your protein powder...
Oats are a great source of low GI sustain energy! We highly recommend using whole oats and not processed oats if you’re hoping to get through a busy morning of meetings. By choosing a yoghurt...
Great fast energy hit with Bree’s famous banana bread recipe! The riper the bananas you use, the higher in free sugars. Excellent energy giver!
Serves: 1 Loaf
1 3/4 cup...
Who doesn’t love peanut butter? Any nut butter will do in the recipe really! A few of these bad boys are a great pre-workout snack to boost your energy.
Serves: 8 balls
An athlete's diet (like all diets) should be varied. This super smoothie is packed full of nutrient rich fruits and as always, for variety, feel free to include any other fruits that are in season...
Sweet potatoes are a great carbohydrate base to this dish. They also provide stacks of micronutrients such a Vitamin A which is much more likely to remain in your potato if you don’t boil...
We highly recommend topping this delicious dessert with a big dollop of strained Greek yoghurt. It will balance the dish nicely and boost the protein content.
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