A dancer can’t get much busier than during Spring performance time. Health and nutrition coach, Kathi Martuza shares a few of her favorite healthy and portable snacks. Easy to prep and delicious too!
food for dancers
Use this quick quinoa recipe when you’re too tired to fuel up after a long day. Batch cook and use what you have on hand to help make preparation a breeze.
Homemade crunch bars are healthier for your body, more nutritious and less expensive than store bought power bars. Try this Wheat-free seed and cranberry concoction, or use it to experiment with your own recipes!
Vitamin C and antioxidants make these greens a must during cold season. They’re even good cooked the night before.
A bowl of sugary, processed cereal is not going to energize you for the day. Start your morning off right with a whole grain like kasha.
Long days call for long, lasting energy. The iron in lentils will give you a nutritional boost while their source of soluble fiber will help stabilize your blood sugar. Check out this recipe for Lentil Salad from Joanie Johnson of Motivated Nutrition.