• SMART NUTRITION FOR OPTIMAL TRAINING

    Tip: Optimize your training for the Y Run by fueling up with foods that sustain your energy, promote muscle building and repair, and keep you feeling your best all the way to the finish line. 

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  • SMART NUTRITION FOR GOOD VISION

    Tip: Combat digital eyestrain and preserve your vision for the future with foods that feed your eyes and promote eye health. 

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  • BROILED CARROTS WITH POBLANO CREAM

    This recipe is versatile—the carrots can be grilled, broiled or roasted and you can serve them either hot or at room temperature. This dish is as nutritious as it is tasty, since the beta-carotene in carrots (a form of vitamin A) is a potent antioxidant for your eyes.

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  • SWEET & SAVORY ENERGY BITES

    If you’re training for the upcoming Y Run, these easy no-bake snacks are the perfect fuel to help you get through your workouts. Packed with healthy fats, slow carbs and protein, these will provide you with sustained energy to keep you focused so you can finish strong.

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  • Mood-boosting foods

    Tip: Stave off the winter blues by loading up on foods that elevate your mood, fight depression, prevent seasonal affective disorder and add color to the dark, cold days of winter. 

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  • Mango-Avocado Salsa

    This salsa has a refreshing flavor twist with its emphasis on mango and avocado instead of tomato. The lime juice keeps the avocado from turning brown so it works well while for a sports-focused gathering where people are grazing for several hours and the healthy fat in the avocado helps people feel full so they may eat a little less!

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  • Cheddar-Cannelini Fondue

    Fondue is a cold weather favorite and this one is zippy, while being rich and creamy due to the addition of the beans. It tastes great served with whole wheat bread chunks or veggie sticks.

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  • Nourish yourself with healthy fats

    Tip: Don’t avoid fat in your food – choose healthy fats that nourish you, support your health and comfort you through the cold days of winter. 

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  • Vegetable sauté

    This recipe gives you lots of options: cook extra and you will have a key ingredient for a couple of meals during the week!

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  • Easy chicken pasta

    This recipe is quick and easy, because you can take advantage of baby steps, like using previously cooked, frozen chicken breasts and frozen, chopped vegetables.

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