From growing up an athlete to being a successful health and wellness coach, I’ve seen firsthand how food is often the most important medicine. By simplifying my approach to nutrition, going gluten free and minimizing processed foods, my health and energy is at a new level.
I don’t normally track macros anymore and follow these simple guidelines instead:
- Include all macro nutrients (protein, carbs, fats) in my main meals
- Have protein in every meal/snack
- Include cruciferous veggies and/or leafy greens in a meal
- Have one serving of fruit a day
Health & Wellness Coach
Carter Institute Functional Health Mentorship
What I Eat in a Day
9 am |Breakfast | Grass-fed Steakhouse Beef and Mushroom Scrambler + Side of Fruit
11:30 am | Snack | Mixed Nuts
2 pm | Lunch | Szechuan Style Grass-Fed Beef and Low-Carb Shirataki Noodles
5:30 pm | Snack | Protein Shake
Want to design your own day? Check out the menu for ready-made meals, signature sides, premium proteins and desserts.
I have been an athlete most of my life, and as a collegiate athlete I experienced firsthand the importance food played in my performance, both physically and mentally. I have seen it countless times with myself and clients too: food truly is medicine and can heal so many of our health issues. Today, I focus on a well-rounded, omnivorous diet to achieve optimal energy and longevity.
After closely monitoring my blood work the last couple years, I have transitioned to a much more regimented way of eating. I now focus on cutting out gluten and processed foods and including more healthy fats. Because of these changes I have much less inflammation and bloating, zero headaches, and lots of daily energy!
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