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8/15/12 8:12 P

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Thanks for sharing this. Great tips!

- Barb

Defeat is temporary: giving up makes it permanent! Never give up!

Max lifetime weight 224.5 (1989)

Maintaining with 122 marked as "goal" since October 2010
Moved center weight for maintenance to 120 in 2015. Moved it back to 122 in 2018.

 current weight: 6.3  over
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8/15/12 3:32 P

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This article was written by Chrissy Wellington, M.S., C.N.S., L.D.N., C.P.T. and fantastic triathlete for Active. Interesting little reminders.

Breakfast: omega-3 rich eggs or egg whites, low-fat organic dairy, lean and clean meats, high protein, whole grains like steel cut oatmeal or quinoa.

Olympians Eat Organic
Here is the dirty Dozen list; be sure to make sure these items are well cleaned. Apples, celery, bell peppers, peaches, strawberries, nectarines, grapes, spinach, lettuce, cucumber, blueberries and potatoes.

Small Frequent Meals
Eat often, about every 4 hours

Hydrate often
Most athletes consume between 11 and 15 cups of FILTERED water daily

Preferred Power Foods
Almonds, chunk-light tuna in water, edamame, grilled chicken, greek yogurt, peanut butter, sprouted-grain breads.
Almonds and tuna are rich in magnesium which causes vessel relaxation and increases blood flow and oxygenation.
A Sample daily regime would include: 60% carbohydrates coming from a mixture of veggies, fruits, whole grains, 30% lean protein, beans, organic dairy, !0% quality fats, olive oil, canola, nuts, nut butters, seeds and avacados

A great little article that can be found on Active. I encourage you to read this article as most of us are Olympians, at least in heart!

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