Vegetariandiet and Gluten-freeby
and blog friends regarding the following topics:
Question 1: VegetarianDiet
I've decided to try to eat vegetarian for a month. I'll see how it goes...
Plant-based diet + hearty vegetarian recipesby
me that they have adopted a more vegetarian-friendly diet. Even though, as you can tell, I do not 'preach' vegetarianism... and other sources of protein. But, vegetarian or not, I am all about a plant-based diet. There are many ways...
Feeding the Vegetarianathleteby
starving and having a pre meal and/or post-training snack. I don't see my life as sticking to a diet... just because I trained but at the same time, if I want something that I typically don't emphasize in my diet, I don't...
Transitioning to vegetarianathleteby
a more plant-based diet?
Do you find it challenging to be a vegetarianathlete? Why or why not?
I love being a lacto-ovo vegetarian-athlete. It's been a little over 16 years since I ate meat...
Vegetarianathletes must careful ...by
NAFWAVegetarianathletes must carefully plan their diets to consume adequate energy and nutrients. Ovo...) vegetarians are at minimal risk for macronutrient deficiencies; however, vegan athletes, who exclude