On today’s show, I am joined by endurance athlete and nutrition aficionado Sarah Stanley.
If you don’t know who Sarah is, you really need to check her out. She has a passion for running and cycling, but she also has a passion for helping others. She has run races to raise awareness and funds for some great causes and is always willing to help out anyone who has questions about health, wellness, and nutrition.
Here are a few highlights of the conversation we had on our run:
- A 36 mile training run without bringing adequate provisions.
- A 100 mile run to raise awareness for the Blood:Water mission.
- Busting popular runner myths, such as pre-race carb loading, mid-race sports drinks, and chocolate milk as a post-race recovery drink.
- “Runners can be some of the most unhealthy people.”
Whether you would consider yourself a serious runner or not, there is no question that the food you eat is vitally important.
Sarah’s passion for health and nutrition is on full display over the course of our run, and it’s amazing how much information we packed into this brief conversation. If you’d like to learn more about the role that your food plays in your health, there are a variety of ways that you can connect with Sarah and pick up some of the bits of wisdom that she so freely shares.
Website-Sarah Stanley Inspired, and make sure you sign up for her newsletter. It’s well worth it.
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