29 Jun '12, 5pm

Gardening For Triathletes

One of the first things I say to my clients before redefining their relationship with food is: “Nutritional success requires personal participation and responsibility.” There are many aspects to this, but nothing exemplifies it better than growing some of your own food. For most, this is a far-reaching a concept amid a lifestyle that’s already challenged to find the time to shop, cook and eat healthy. However, gardening comes in all forms, and there’s endless information available that can make it a low-maintenance, enriching experience.

Full article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2012/06/nutrition/gardeni...

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