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”The first wealth is health.”

Nobody requires perfect nutrition like endurance athletes. supplements - veggies

The arduous nature of our sport requires full-time awareness that redefines nutritional precision.

Whole, plant-based foods provide the optimal and varied nutrient-dense vitamins and minerals to help your body thrive.


Book Review ~ The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition
~Julieanna Hever MS, RD, CPT

Snowshoers require nutritional precision.Hever - Plant-Based Nutrition

The arduous nature of our “Silent Sport” mandates awareness and discipline when it comes to nutrition, training, recovery and rest, hence, the innate beauty of snowshoeing.

A plant-based, whole foods diet represents the most advantageous solution to achieving and sustaining optimum wellness – which translates to enhanced snowshoeing experiences.

Hever’s masterpiece adroitly condenses voluminous information with the precision of a surgeon.


Documentary Review ~ To Your Health

~Julieanna Hever, MS, RD, CPT
& Jesse Pomeroy

To truly live a vibrant and authentic life one must honor the sanctity of optimum wellness.

The value you place on your health is in part a reflection of your food choices. Use a full-length mirror to reveal the outer truth and start thinking from the inside out.

A plant-based, whole foods diet consists of unrefined, unprocessed fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes.

These represent the new four food groups for vitality and optimal health.

Scientists have stretched hypotheses and technology to ridiculous lengths to dissect individual nutrients in their quests to discover and define optimal health.

This exhaustive approach is a losing proposition.Continue

Book Review ~ Thrive Foods

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
~Benjamin Franklin

Proactive health insurance begins with the food you consume each day.

Caloric needs vary per person based on a number of variables but snowshoers and other endurance athletes should be eating more than most people. The majority of your daily caloric intake should come from nutrient-dense foods.

Nutrient density is the ratio of nutrients per calorie [unit of energy]. It is the ratio of micronutrients per macronutrients. Micronutrients represent the measure of food value. Your goal is to achieve the most nutritional bang for your caloric buck – make each bite count!image

Thrive Foods is Brendan Brazier’s latest gem and builds upon the stress-busting, energy-boosting approach to nutrition first introduced his his acclaimed bestseller The Thrive Diet.