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Board certified sports dietitian, pro athlete, freelance nutrition writer, published author, social content developer & personal chef.

What I Eat: Double Day

What I Eat: Double Day

Here’s a look at what I ate & the workouts I did on Monday 8/19 while on a 12/12 IF schedule of 7am-7pm. Due to my group ride starting at 6pm, I went with a shorter eating window of 7am-5:30pm.

This it to provide some insight, not to tell you what to do. What I eat and how I train is for my body, schedule and goals and that may not be right for you.

5:45am - Sips of black coffee

6am - 5 mile run, easy pace

7am - Iced latte (sweetened, cows milk)

7:15am - 3 mile run to cross country practice, easy

8am - Chocolate Performance Power Bar

9am - 3 mile run from cross country practice, easy

10am - Black coffee, 1 cup Good Culture Cottage Cheese, 1/2 Peach

11am - handful of chocolate covered espresso beans

Noon - Salad of mixed greens, blueberries, beets, sweet potato, salmon, ranch dressing with kombucha and big handful of yellow corn tortilla chips

3pm - 2 handfuls of chocolate chips (my weakness!!!) I definitely could have made a better choice here… but…

5pm - Savory French Toast - 2 slices Canyon Heritage Bread + 2 Eggs. With a slice of cheddar & ham & some pickles. This was heavy… and a bit hard to jump right on the bike immediately after eating, but I wanted something that would last and it did, I didn’t feel hungry at all until close to bedtime.

All in all, this wasn’t the healthiest day of eating. But it is a real look at what I took in on this given day. Overall my workouts were good and I felt energized all day.

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