MAKE STRIDES IN PLANT-BASED NUTRITION

FIND YOUR STRIDE. TAKE THINGS IN STRIDE. ONE STRIDE AT A TIME.

RECIPES

Easy Peanut Tofu with Carrot and Red Cabbage

Easy Peanut Tofu with Carrot and Red Cabbage

Easy peanut tofu recipe with carrot and red cabbage that is simple to make, high in protein, full of flavor and a great meal idea for plant-based athletes. If I had to choose a signature dish to compete in a Masterchef competition, this could be one of my options,...

BBQ Tempeh Burgers

BBQ Tempeh Burgers

BBQ tempeh is simple to prep, nutritious, flavorful and a great plant-based protein alternative to cook on grill or stove top and as part of any meal. What is Tempeh? Tempeh is a soy-product that originates from Indonesia and Southeast Asian cuisine. It is made by...

Workout Recovery Smoothie: Blue Velvet Berry

Workout Recovery Smoothie: Blue Velvet Berry

I am recovering from runner's knee and was inspired to bring up the topic of inflammation and anti-inflammatory superfoods. Particularly, how can food promote recovery from workouts and injuries?Food can play a role, as some like fruits and veggies contain...

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How to Make a Plant-Based Meal (Savory)

How to Make a Plant-Based Meal (Savory)

Here is a general framework I use to make a simple, balanced and delicious savory whole food plant-based meal:  1. Choose Non-Starchy Vegetables Examples include: broccoli, cabbage (cruciferous veggies) bell pepper, zucchini, spinach (green leafy veggies).These...

Peachtree Road Race: Recap, Training and Travel Tips

Peachtree Road Race: Recap, Training and Travel Tips

With about 60,000 runners, the Peachtree Road Race is now one of the largest 10K races in the world. Organized by the Atlanta Track Club and held on U.S. Independence Day each year, the first race in 1970 included only 110 runners and was won by former Florida Track...

Non-Diet Approach to Plant Based Eating: All Foods Fit

Non-Diet Approach to Plant Based Eating: All Foods Fit

The intentions behind plant-based eating can include reasons beyond the priority of health, such as personal ethics and values towards the effects of food choices on animal welfare and environment, which allows for all food needs and preferences and differentiates it from “diets”.
Cedric Torres

Cedric Torres

B.S. Cell & Molecular Biology

I am a future Dietitian and runner helping athletes and active individuals interested in plant-based nutrition meet their needs with meal ideas and evidence-based resources.