I spent two years working for The Doctor Yum Project, a local nonprofit that’s focused on helping families learn how to eat healthy. I bet you think I spent a lot of time with ‘picky’ kids. You’re right, I did! But you may be surprised to learn that I spent even more time with their picky grownups!
As a society, we focus on kids being selective eaters, but that doesn’t simply go away as an adult UNLESS we decide to make a change. Not only is it important to grow that palate to be a great example to the little people around you, but also for your own health. Humans thrive on eating seasonally and selecting a variety of foods. Not sure how to start? Here are a few tips that work with kids and grownups!
Looking for some new snack ideas? Grab your tickets for the upcoming class here: Snacks for Everyday Athletes
Jen Miller, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach
A) Gymnastics skill 15 min
B) Partner workout - Accumulate:
100 row cals
5 x 50m sled pushes HEAVY
100 AB cals