Eat Like an Olympian: Nutritious Recipes for Athletes Video

That’s encouraging for the rest of us. Show us what you’ve got. Shalane, first of all, welcome home. I eat these before I go out training, for breakfast and also great for a snack on the go. I want to do this first reveal. Thank you. You say we can eat de sooert too. These are our celebrity status superhero muffins. In “Run fast eat slow” we want to prove there’s more to hitty eats than just kale juice, a juicy burger. Made with olive oil and maple syrup. We have nourishing almond flour which gives a buttery richness and great nutrition. It’s going to give you balanced energy and satisfy your sweet tooth. You’re not training to be an olympicic athlete. Another olympian joining in, Dominique, great to have you back. No refined flour or sugar. We’re not all running it off in a marathon. Let’s move on to dinner. This looks delicious. Edamame and it makes a great preteen pack punch. Just a few moments left. Three athletes here, a little intimidating. No meat in there. “Run fast eat slow” available

Transcript for Eat Like an Olympian: Nutritious Recipes for Athletes. And what was it like this time? I, it’s always so special to slip on that usa Jersey. I took note of that but a lot of preteen. The next reveal, Dominique. There are bread crumbs in there. Why is it healthy. This is our penne with a roasted butternut squash and sage brown butter sauce. They are, yes. Thank you all. Welcome home. I have a 2 nfl-year-old, the pickiest eater. And we love this because it’s such an easy cake to make. Elyse, tell me what was behind the idea of this cookbook for people. Our almond torte. So what do you have in there. Does your toddler enjoy these. You seat one and you end up in a marathon in Rio. My toddler has been our tester and in the kitchen since she was born and all these she loves and still after recipe testing these are my go tos because she’ll eat them and I know — You can eat pasta, though. There’s nothing better than representing your country, so — We’re proud to have you back here. This is lunch. No, they’re amazing. This is our wild west rice salad. We cannot forget dessert. No, our cookbook is free of refined flour or sugars. Will you help us with this one? This looks more my style. Dominique, you’ll jump in here. You like to use the term indulgent nourishment. Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky are here sharing recipes from success from their “Run fast eat slow” cookbook. We love this dish because butternut squash is packed with vitamins so back to school with all the onset of germs will help your kids and family boost your immune system and butter sauce is not only there but for nutrition. What do we have? Here’s the big reveal, folks. You call them superhero muffins. Anyway, but it does help you chase after theed to Manier or whatever it’s going to be. Yeah, that’s the whole premise of our book, we want to show people by allowing yourself to indulge and enjoy food, you’re going to feel satisfied and satiated and not have cravings for snacks and sweets. Congratulations, placed sixth in the marathon, incredible. I have a big sweet tooth and don’t go a whole segment without sweets so this is a healthy treat, though. We love these. Food can be indulgent and nourishing at the same time. Not everyone is an olympic athlete. They give you complex carbs, nourishing fats and complete proteins. Dominique, this is what you try to do all the time.

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Back now with how you can eat like an olympian. I’m not as impressed with you. This is our wild salmon sweet potato cakes. The edamame and the rice. Thank you. What do we have. They’re great for balanced energy, whether you’re chasing after a toddler or running — training to run in your first 5k. Elyse can explain why. You’re a four-time olympian but with two toddlers an an infant, I need the energy these days

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