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Triathletes, Juicing, and proteins

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Posted by toricaple on 6 years ago i am a new triathlete, have lost 100 lbs and am near my ideal weight. I am considering a reboot in order to take my nutrition to the next level...however, I am concerned about protein needs for recovery from intense workouts. I workout 9-10 hours per week on average. I want to juice and still eat, but focus more on plant based foods. How can I balane my present situation and not compromise performance?

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  • Claire Georgiou - ND

    6 years ago
    Hi Toricaple, Well done on your fantastic achievement!! Here are a number of articles to read on these very subjects http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/fitness-facts-for-your-reboot/ http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/simple-eating-guidelines/ http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/protein-the-reboot-setting-the-record-straight/ Let us know if you have any further questions!
  • toricaple

    6 years ago
    Thanks. I found the Fitness Facts article to be eye opening. So, I think I will bring my food list in and what I am using for juice recipes to my nutritionist who works with a lot of the Triathletes in our club and see if we can experiment with me a bit. She also works closely with my MD who manages my lab levels. I'll keep you posted on anything that you might also find useful. Thank again.

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