By Daniel Matheny One of the primary reasons I've been an early consumer and a long term ambassador of Enduro Bites product is their commitment to simple and essential ingredients. AND I'm lucky enough to live near the kitchen where they are produced in Colorado Springs and be able to have first-hand interaction with Brian, Enduro Bites founder. Between my wife being a Functional Nutritional Therapy Provider and me a semi-self-proclaimed foodie we aren't shy with our scrutiny over ingredients. If you saw the text thread between Brian and I digging into the details of any particular ingredient on a product, you'd know it's important to all of us involved what we put in our bodies as well as how passionate Brian is...
I love making this banana bread for brunch on a rest day after a big adventure in the mountains or for dessert after a long day of hard training. The duo of complex carbohydrates in the whole wheat flour and simple carbohydrates in the honey and bananas is a perfect way to replenish glycogen stores in your muscles. Additionally, the protein in the Recovery Protein Powder provides the building blocks for repair and growth of your muscles after exercise. Enjoy this healthy and delicious treat as you recover from one adventure and refuel for the next!
It’s a not-so-well-kept secret in endurance sports that more and more elite athletes are loading up on nitrate-rich foods like spinach and beets to improve performance. We take a look at some of the research behind this, and give a simple and tasty recipe to get you started on improving performance through better nutrition.
This is a great little recipe for an easy meal any time of day. It’s full of macro + micro nutrients and tastes pretty darn amazing. It’s great as is or rolled into a tortilla and frozen for burritos on the fly.