It's no secret I am not a fan of vegetables, especially broccoli. Much to the chagrin of my coach, my idea of a recovery food in a Costco hot dog and Jay's potato chips.
Apparently vegetables are not only good for you, but you can make them taste good as well. Fleet Feet Sports and The Centered Chef are hosting a Seasonal Super Food mimi-workshop on August 3rd, focused on how to learn proper cooking techniques to elevate your love affair with garden veggies...or learn how to eat veggies at all. You will also learn the simple nutritional benefits associated with the season's bounty. The Centered Chef will provide tips on how a better diet will elevate your endurance training and racing to make you the best athlete you can be!
It's simple to make food taste good by using loads of fat, sugar and artificial flavor enhancers. The Centered Chef, knows reliance on these ingredients leads to obesity, heart disease and type-2 diabetes. They work with clients to teach them healthy solutions that satisfy you while remaining healthy. They are dedicated to exploring healthy alternatives that are tasty and beautiful.
Broccoli tasty? If anyone can do it, they can.
It's a great way to learn more about one of the most over looked disciplines of endurance sports, nutrition and how the Centered Chef might be able to help you reach your goals. They work closely to support the nutrition of endurance athletes and business professionals who need to balance demanding schedules with proper nutrition.
August 3ed from 1:00PM-2:00PM
The event is free, however you do have to RSVP by clicking here.
To learn more about the Centered Chef, click here.