Tyler's dinner

Post workout nutrition- Wild Alaskan Salmon, sweet potatoes brazed in coconut oil, and kale

Explosive rotary medicine ball work, upper body weight training, and an hour of full court basketball… Food to refuel the body. And it took me less than 15 minutes to make.

  • Rub olive oil on the salmon, season with salt and pepper, bake for 14 minutes and 425 degrees
  • Peel and slice sweet potato, heat up a tablespoon of coconut oil in a pot, add sweet potato and braze for 10 minutes w/ lid on.
  • Fry kale in a small amount of coconut oil, season with salt and pepper.
  1. Grinder says:

    hey i was wondering how you feel about bacon due to the nitrates found and the fact that cooking such processed food causes the release of cancer causing agents?

    • tyler says:

      I’d take grass fed beef, wild caught fish, or quality pork over bacon any day. That being said, I don’t think that eating naturally cured bacon from quality pork is a problem, and I wouldn’t worry about the nitrates. I’m not a fan of most bacon from the store.

      • Grinder says:

        Another follow up question, do you eat legumes at all even if they are prepared the old traditional way through slow cooking. ie pinto, black, peanuts??

        • tyler says:

          I think legumes are probably fine to some extent, for most people. I recommend cutting them out for a while, adding them back in, and seeing how you feel. I really doubt that traditionally prepared legumes (fermenting/soaking/sprouting) are a major cause of problems for most people.

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