Fuel the instrument that has to physically execute your moves: your body. Getting the biggest nutritional bang for your buck (and bite) is the goal during this critical time.
Like the word “fat,” “sugar” gets a bad rep in our society. Technically, sugar is the simplest form of the macronutrient carbohydrates (AKA “carbs”). Carbs are critical for the body, fueling our brain, nervous system, red blood cells, and *most* importantly: petite allegro.
Dear Rachel, my family has decided to try the keto diet. They’ve lost weight and even feel more energized. What are your thoughts about dancers going keto?
Probiotics are the “good” guys, specifically bacteria and/or yeast, that work to keep the peace among this population microorganisms. Promising research supports the benefits of probiotics, specifically in regards to digestive health, immunity, and even mental health.
Intermittent fasting is one of the most controversial topics because technically, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re restricting calories enough to be in a calorie deficit. If you’re meeting your total nutrition needs during the “allowed” hours, then you can technically fuel your body sufficiently. There are, however, several issues that I’d like you to consider…
It’s an economical option that enables me to boost my family’s intake of veggies, lean proteins, and fibrous whole grains. Now it’s time for you to tackle this trend. Here’s my step-by-step approach to guide you towards your own #mealprep-worthy snapshot.
Food should be fun. Not stressful
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