This fusion of Korean and Japanese flavors is jumpy with attention grabbers: fiery kimchi, nutty tasting soba, and a punchy sauce. Plus, studies show that eating more plant-based protein like tofu is a recipe for longevity.Continue reading Tofu Kimchi Stir-Fry
Made using roasted immature wheat, Middle Eastern freekeh is a smoky-tasting whole grain that is high in protein and fiber. A creamy tahini dressing rounds out the dish.Continue reading Chicken Freekeh Stir-Fry
Give your stir-fry some Latin flare with this fajita incarnation that is packed with muscle-building protein and the immune-boosting vitamin C found in bell peppers and mango. The stir-fry can also be scooped into corn tortillas for a twist on taco night.Continue reading Steak Fajita Stir-Fry
This Scandinavian inspired dish incorporates some of the most notable elements of the health-hiking Nordic diet, namely, omega-3 rich salmon, vegetables and whole grains. And sneaking in some sauerkraut offers up gut-friendly probiotics.Continue reading Nordic Salmon Rye Stir-Fry
This fuss-free stir-fry that’s imbued with a flavorful Indian essence is high in dietary fiber to make it extra filling and heart-healthy. To make it vegan, simply omit the yogurt.
I’m not sure about you, but I am for ever trying to remember where I last read the right percentages of each macro that should be in my diet. And then beyond that how much do I need of what to fuel for training and racing. So having just read an article on TrainingPeaks blog that made reference to this I thought I would note them here for future reference.
Standard disclaimer: I am not a dietitian or health professional. You should use this information at your peril and if you want dietary advice then I would suggest speaking to a professional in that field. I’m just someone that SBR like you 😉Continue reading Macro Nutrient Mix
I must admit that I bought into the “Supplement Marketing Machine” too. You know that uber expensive tub of Protein supplement for £48 that you imagine is going to rock your body’s protein needs…
Just by chance I happened to check where today’s protein had come from in my diet, and I was amazed! Nothing special about today. Not a contrived study, just eating normal low fat low sugar moderate carb day… As you can see from the picture; the amount of value I got from the protein supplement was negligible 🤷🏻♂️
For goodness sake, even the yogurt I snacked on had more protein – and was a lot cheaper!!
Makes you think doesn’t it…