Long gone are the days when professional athletes and weekend warriors considered diet something that had little impact on performance. It’s now widely known that what you eat can be just as important, if not more, for overall athletic achievement as the hours spent training. Eat a nutritionally poor diet and you should not expect to perform your best. But fill your diet with whole foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains and lean meats and you’ll give yourself an edge with respect to feeling, looking and performing your best. And when it comes to nutritional firepower, athletes should look no further than canned fish. Convenient, nutrient dense and delicious, here is why I am always quick to cast my line for canned seafood as an important source of fuel.
Getting kids to eat natural, wholesome food is an age-old struggle—but it doesn’t have to be. Our friend Tandy from Mat & Kitchen has some easy tips for creating a healthy food culture for the whole family. She’s also been gracious enough to offer Wild Planet’s readers an exclusive, free trial of her site, Mat & Kitchen, for 30 days! Continue reading to learn more.
There are few things better than a good tuna melt. In fact, it’s one of our favorite ways to consume Wild Planet tuna. So imagine our surprise when we learned that our friend Christina from “But I’m Hungry” didn’t have her first tuna melt until college! Better late than never, right? In her blog post, Christina shares the story of how she came to love tuna melts. She was even kind enough to give us her tips for creating the best tuna melt you’ll ever taste!
We have many friends within the Paleo community, and often hear how challenging it can be to quickly prepare healthy, nutritious about how much time it takes to create healthy, nutritious, paleo-friendly meals. This gorgeous five minute recipe from our friend Anya from Anya’s Eats serves as proof that eating Paleo doesn’t have to be time-consuming.