Fuel How to Enhance Endurance Training & Brain Function In 1 Simple Step & 3 Simple Ingredients Author: Tough Mudder in pertnership with Wild Alaskan Sponsored by: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Can you imagine if you could literally eat your way to quicker-thinking, a boosted mood, sharper thoughts and movements, and a better night sleep? Newsflash: YOU TOTALLY CAN! Believe it or not, wild-caught fish is a full-spectrum superfood when it comes to optimal brain health and improving endurance training – both an integral part of maintaining any Mudder’s active, healthy lifestyle. Still don’t believe us? Here’s 3 benefits provided from the high levels of Omega-3 Fatty Acid DHA found in wild-caught fish that will impact your mental, physical, and emotional health. Cognitive Function & Development – For those obstacles that test your mental grit and problem solving skills, I bet you wish you would had eaten your fish. The omega-3 fatty acids provided in wild-caught fish is excellent for cognitive development.Sleep – No one can perform at 100% on a lack of sleep and I bet you never thought fish might be an antidote to your annoying insomnia. But get this: studies show that vitamin D insufficiency might be the cause of some sleep issues — and guess what happens to be an excellent natural source of vitamin D? Yup, wild-caught fish. Overall Happiness – We don’t want to hear your sh*t on course Mudders! So, a fillet a day might just be the thing to keep those blues away. Eating fish on a regular basis may not only help curb depression, but could also even increase the effectiveness of antidepressant meds. So, with all that said, what’s one step to take in an effort to enhance endurance training and brain function? Simple, eat more wild-caught fish. And even simpler – a three ingredient, healthy, and incredibly delicious recipe in order to fill that wild-caught fish void in your diet. Miso Honey Glazed Halibut The ingredients: Miso, honey, and Halibut The sweetness of honey and savory umami of miso paste make for a mouthwatering glaze. While this glaze works nicely brushed or spooned over a fillet of halibut, it could easily be used to glaze a fillet of wild salmon or cod. Perhaps the best part about this glaze is that it’s impossible to forget: It’s one part miso, one part honey, so you won’t have to look anything up the next time you want to make this dish. Now, the simplest part. Visit Wild Alaskan for other seafood recipes that include three ingredients or less and to get your wild-caught fish delivered directly to your doorstep – and an exclusive $25 off your first order exclusively for mudders. About Wild Alaskan Company Wild Alaskan Company is a monthly seafood membership. They deliver high-quality, wild-caught, sustainable seafood from Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, directly to your doorstep every month. They provide premium wild-caught, sustainable seafood in ready-to-cook portions, and ship it directly to you — making it easy to eat healthy and elevate your at-home seafood cooking game. Health and wellness never tasted so good.