Not too sure about the macro nutritional benefits of the meal above, but it’s fair to say it’s probably the healthiest meal I’ll eat during any given day. During my training weeks I find it pretty easy to crank out some mileage and do the odd bodyweight exercise routine but for some odd reason I just can’t seem to get my nutrition on point. There seems to be a bit of disconnect for me between performance output and nutritional input. I guess because I don’t know that much the health benefit of particular foods, naively I ascertain that I make up for it by increasing the amount of working out I do. It’s obviously flawed logic, but I’m really interested in how I can potentially reserve this and somehow get to a place where the food I put into my body is of highest possible quality.