Surfer's Nutrition Guide

The primary purpose of the food we eat is to provide us with a variety of nutrients. There are six major classes of essential nutrients found in food: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water. These nutrients perform three basic functions: to provide energy for metabolism, promote growth and development, and help regulate body processes.

Carbohydrates and fats are the main sources of energy (the stuff that will make or break your surf session). Complex carbohydrates are a better choice than simple carbohydrates. Most dietary fat should come from sources of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats such as fish, nuts, seeds and vegetable oils. Protein is important for building muscles and other soft tissues (the stuff that will help make your paddle out easier).

What to eat before you surf:
coconut water first thing in the morning to cleanse and hydrate
organic egg whites
fresh fruit
whole grain bread
high fiber cereal

What to snack on during your surf trip or camp:
fresh fruits and smoothies
raw vegetables

Our Favorite Things at Our Favortie Restaurants:
Break Fast- Best Smoothies
Don Pedros- Sushi
Sayulita Cafe- Mussels San Pancho
Medusa- Marlin Burrito
Tacos on the Street- Tacos & Desserts by Sandrita