Ever enthused when it comes to running and food, this blog serves not only to inspire, but to explain the science behind the miracles of proper nutrition. Follow me on my journey as I try to balance life's many demands with the REALLY important things in life- like food and running :)Time's never on anyone's side, but I was born to do this. What were you born to do?
The first person to discover static electricity must have been shocked
I use liquid almost exclusively.
Happy WIAW :) Its been a while for me…! Life has been *HECTIC*. Like… I started a new full time job which requires 3 hours of commuting daily AND THEN my mechanic broke my engine during a routine oil change AND THEN it was time to move (which requires apartment searching!!!).Anyway! That’s all behind me now because I found an apartment MUCH closer to my full time job! And its beeee—oootttiful!…
Let’s be honest. For most people, the word breakfast is synonymous with Wheaties drowned in cow’s milk and a cold glass of orange juice. I know growing up, my staple breakfast was cheerios, milk and raisins. Except for weekends when I’d grab onion bagels thick with cream cheese and a large bottle of Nesquick chocolate milk.
Geeze. Can you say sugar coma?
Before we go any farther, let’s review why…
Besides being super duper missing in action, I have been packing to move, commuting like a trillion hours a day, sprinting & lifting because LORD KNOWS I don’t have time for long distance running, and eating lots of real-food-on-the-go. Like sweet potatoes, eggs, spinach smoothies, & ummm… eggs. The cage free, organic kind that DO NOT EAT VEGETARIAN ONLY FEED!
Anywho. I also have found that…
Potato chips are gluten free… so they MUST be healthy, right?!
Check out my latest article on Girls Gone Sporty to hear more on my rationale for limiting gluten in the diet.
I do not consider myself “gluten free” namely because:
1) I do not have immediate, apparent adverse reactions to gluten.
2) I do not think regularly choosing “gluten free” alternatives (ie. Gluten free…