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An important aspect for any runner is nutrition. The food you use to fuel up prior to a run is just as important as the food consumed after a hard workout to make sure recovering muscles get what they need. I like to keep things simple so a way that I make sure my body is getting adequate nourishment is by filling up my plate with mostly vegetables. I know, I know, vegetables aren’t always the most appetizing foods. A boring bag of frozen veggies used to be the most common way I incorporated vegetables into my diet. However, I’ve found one woman that has made veggies interesting.
I’ve been following Ali Maffucci, the Inspiralized Founder, for a while. She uses this spiffy little gadget called The Inspiralizer to do cool stuff with vegetables like turning zucchini into noodles, sweet potatoes into rice, and much more.
No more boring bags of frozen veggies for me. I’ve been cooking out of the Inspiralized: Turn Vegetables into Healthy, Creative, Satisfying Meals cookbook lately and have enjoyed many of the recipes. It’s been fun trying new ways to incorporate vegetables into meals. My family doesn’t even notice half the time. With Ali’s cookbooks you can expect beautifully easy meals such as
THE BEST CHICKEN ZUCCHINI NOODLE SOUP, EVER!
Two Cookbooks for less than $19
You can now grab the New York Times best seller, Inspiralized: Turn Vegetables into Healthy, Creative, Satisfying Meals, for just $9.99 (it’s 50% off).
You can also get her second book, Inspiralize Everything: An Apples-to-Zucchini Encyclopedia of Spiralizing, for just $8.87 (it’s 60% off).
Amazon is running this deal for a short period of time so get your copies before it’s too late.