Since I was staying at my parents house for the night, I had an opportunity to make a quick breakfast before I left for my conference. Bacon, spinach (sautéed in the bacon grease) and topped with 1/2 avocado).
Lunch at the conference was my prepared salad with my home made sausage. I had a few carrot sticks with artichoke dip (roasted artichokes, roasted garlic, sea salt, olive oil and tahini) on the side.
Dinner was at a restaurant and really marks to the start of my "carb loading" for my race on Sunday. You'll see a few modifications in my meals from now- Sunday evening. Dinner was a grilled sirloin steak with a side of Grilled zucchini and a bacon, potato and Brussels sprout hash. I wasn't sure what was in the sauce, so I didn't use it. Better safe than sorry. Sugar is hidden in 80% of our food, but especially sauces!
Tiana Rockwell is a certified nutritional therapist, avid endurance athlete and dark chocolate lover. She believes that by eating REAL food, we can balance our body and reach optimal health and wellness!