Olympic Journey To Gold with Ronnie Baker
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by hborland
1y ago
Congratulations to our Brand Ambassador – Ronnie Baker for making his first Olympic Team with PR: 9.85. We’re so excited to cheer you on as you go for gold in Tokyo! Did you know Ronnie stayed healthy and fuelled properly before the 2021 US Olympic trials with our meals? Whether you’re an elite athlete like Ronnie, or are just looking to make a few small changes to your diet, our meals bring all the nutrition and flavor you’re looking for to kickstart your body and tastebuds. We chatted with Ronnie before he flew to Japan to ask him to share some details about his pre-race routine ..read more
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FOOD SERVICE SOLUTIONS
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by hborland
1y ago
Forget what you thought you knew about prepared meals and take a fresh look at our remarkable frozen meals. Performance Kitchen Crafted offers innovative programs in partnership with educational institutions so that students and staff can eat better so they feel and perform at their best. One of the easiest ways to boost immunity, improve mood, and maintain overall vitality is through a healthy diet. But between remote learning and masking up every time you go out in public, even the most resilient of resolutions can fall by the wayside. All of our meals adhere to our 6 nutritional guardrails ..read more
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How to Eat for Performance, Pre and Post Workout
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by hborland
2y ago
A common fitness mistake made is poor nourishment when exercising. The misconception is that the harder you work, and the less you eat, the more fit you will be, which is false. Exercising until complete exhaustion and unbearable soreness, and not fueling your body, is doing more damage than you think, physically and mentally. This is because our bodies need food to perform well physically. That’s why skipping breakfast before going to a 5am workout is also not doing you any favors. The body was fasting for the entire night and is out of easily accessible energy stores. So, if you exert a ..read more
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The 80:20 Rule – Diet & Exercise
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by hborland
2y ago
In our nutrition blogs we’ve talked about how what we put in our bodies impacts our overall state of wellness. The 80:20 rule says in order to maintain good health you need to focus 80% on your nutrition, but you also need to factor in 20% for physical activity. So, let’s talk about exercise. Why is it that people say they hate exercise so much? Most of the time, it’s because they hate the exercise they are doing, and the way they are doing it. Someone at some point created the illusion that exercise is unenjoyable and intolerably exhausting. Let’s talk about movement. What were the things you ..read more
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Baze Food Is Medicine Challenge
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by hborland
2y ago
We are excited to announce the results from our Food Is Medicine Challenge Project in partnership with Baze. Our candidates, Karolina and Frankie, embarked on a 9-week journey to improved health through nutrition from October to December 2020.  Our goal for the FIM Challenge is to enable people to achieve their best health through a science-led, results-driven food and supplement platform. We strive to make ‘Food is Medicine’ an easy and accessible solution for everyone no matter what your unique needs. How Did It Start? Karolina and Frankie were both provided with a personalized Baz ..read more
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A Registered Dietitian’s View on Long-Lasting Healthy Diet Habits
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by hborland
2y ago
A Diet is a way of eating, or just what you eat. Dieting is associated with disordered eating and negative mental health regarding food and body.  Diet Culture is the culture we live in where we generate black and white thinking around food, and label foods as good and bad. Anti-Diet Culture is the idea to reject the weight-centric way of looking at health and self-worth. Being inclusive of all different types of bodies, and not demonize foods. Finding peace with food choices and working with your body to feel your best. Making choices on food and exercise because it feels good, and has i ..read more
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New Year, New Mindset
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by hborland
2y ago
As 2020 comes to a long-anticipated wrap, many of us are relieved and ready for a fresh start. I think we can all agree this has been a rough one, and we all deserve some TLC. Despite the harsh blow of 2020, the New Year, means New Year’s resolutions. It’s an unquestionably conventional notion that New Year’s resolutions center around health, weight, or the body. The practice of dieting to achieve weight loss has been interwoven into acceptable societal norms, along with applause and commentary based on your success. It will definitely not be a surprise to see our social media filled with New ..read more
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What’s Up with Our Gut?
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by hborland
2y ago
A simple definition of Gut Health: Gut health is defined as achieving the gut bacterial balance with optimal nutrient digestion and absorption through a plant-focused diet rich in prebiotics and probiotics. These fiber-rich foods help the gut bacteria to produce a protective mucosal barrier in the lumen of the intestine, protecting the gut integrity and preventing entry of harmful toxins, viruses and bacteria. Why is gut health important? Our gut bacteria and us humans have a mutually beneficial relationship. Why? We cannot digest fiber, but the good bacteria in our gut can. How do the bacteri ..read more
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How To Adapt To Covid-19: Q&A with Ronnie and Lachelle Baker
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by hborland
2y ago
We connected with our Brand Ambassador Ronnie Baker and his mother Lachelle Baker to chat about how COVID-19 has impacted their lives, how to adapt when confronted with obstacles, and words of wisdom to share during these challenging times. Here is what they had to say. How has your life changed during COVID-19? Ronnie: When Covid began, which was shortly after my wedding on March 7th, my life changed gradually. Some positives were that I was getting to see my wife more often after her hours got cut at work and we got to focus heavily on our marketing business we run together. The negatives we ..read more
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Protected: Connecting The Dots Between Nutrition And Disease Prevention
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by Imashi Fernando
2y ago
This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: The post Protected: Connecting The Dots Between Nutrition And Disease Prevention appeared first on Performance Kitchen | Healthy, Convenient Frozen Meals ..read more
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