How To Eat Right For Race Recovery

By Julia Reedy Aug 30, 2017

It's that time of year. The days are getting shorter, the nights longer, and the temperatures are steadily dropping. Before you know it, fall will be here and the North American triathlon season will be coming to an end. Whether you've already accomplished your main race, or preparing for the end of season, recovery time is just around the corner! 

This past weekend, our very own, Ross and Ashley competed and crushed their goals of racing Ironman® Maine 70.3 (more on that to come). We selfishly want them back to the top of their game as quickly as possible, we've put together a few ways to help them recover post-race. So here you go, colleagues: a few quick, strain-free triathlon recovery nutrition tips...

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Are You Drinking Too Much? How Alcohol Consumption Can Affect Your Health

By Perrin Braun Jun 05, 2013

 

Many people enjoy a drink now and then. But how is that alcohol affecting your body? When you drink, alcohol goes into your bloodstream. Your liver processes what you eat and drink into energy and nutrients for your body, and filters out harmful substances, such as alcohol and toxins, from your blood. Your liver also produces bile to help you digest food, stores blood sugar in the form of glycogen, and performs many other essential functions. So a healthy liver is critical to your overall well-being and performance. How can you find out whether your liver is healthy, or whether you may have liver damage?

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