Nutrition is the foundation to our health and fitness. We can run everyday, we can lift everyday and we can do any other functional fitness movement everyday, but we will not be as healthy and fit as we should be if we don’t address our nutrition. For the longest it was viewed that eating “healthy” was boring or too hard. With the more knowledge we gain, we learn that eating “healthy” is not a diet, it’s a lifestyle. You shouldn’t be restricted to only chicken, broccoli and sweet potatoes. Although that is a great starting point, that’s what it is, a starting point. Once you discover what your macronutrients are and your goal, you can expand on what to eat. What we put in our body is crucial. Chronic diseases develop from what we are putting in our bodies so if we want the most out of life, we have to be aware on what we are doing to ourselves.