Nutrition Blog

Recipe of the Week Oatmeal and Pecan Waffles

Oatmeal Pecan Waffles (or Pancakes): Serving size: 1 large waffle Prep time: 10 min. Cook time: 30 min. INGREDIENTS: 1 cup Whole wheat flour 1/2 cup Quick oats 2 tsp Baking Powder, Double Acting 1 tsp Sugar, Granulated 1/4 cup Pecans, Dried, Raw, Chopped 2 large Egg, Chicken, Raw 1.5

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April 17 Recipe of the Week

Here is a great recipe for lunch or dinner. This meal is full of protein, whole grain carbohydrates and healthy fats to give you energy for your workouts or practice. Greek Salad with Chicken Pita Recipe grams: 375.65g/13.3oz Serves 1 375.65g/13.3oz per serving INGREDIENTS 1 cup Classic Romaine Lettuce, Dole

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5 Foods to Eat Before Working Out

These days everyone knows that they have to fuel their body for optimal results. Whether you’re heading to practice, the gym or a competition, you surely know that you need to eat in order to have energy, build muscle and lose body fat. However, what to eat and when to

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April 10th Recipe of the Week

If you’re looking for a great snack as an alternative to potato chips or junk food, and you’re tired of apple slices, try Kale Chips! This is a quick and simple recipe that anyone can make right at home. Kale Chips: Take approx 20-25 minutes from start to finish. Makes:

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10 Vitamin C Rich Foods for Athletes

10 Vitamin C Rich Foods All Athletes Should Be Eating Vitamin C is one of the most researched Vitamins on the planet. The more research that is done the more health benefits scientists and doctors discover. Vitamin C is great for your cardiovascular system, eye healthy and your immune system.

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