Your Daily Game Plan
BistroMD lets you eat like a pro athlete with meals delivered to your door
Henry Chinaski had the right idea: The guts need fuel.
Of course, the world's most famous barfly needed energy to fight Sly Stallone's little brother after putting down two dozen drinks. Let's hope everyone else is fueling up for more productive endeavors.
Proper nutrition involves more than just calorie management — particularly for those with active lifestyles. Whether you're a lean, mean muscle-building machine or just trying to shed a few pounds, you probably need help in the kitchen.
There are four different food plans, orders are customizable and menus regularly rotate. One week of meals (with snacks) runs $180 -- that's about $25 a day. Not bad for seven days' worth of nutritious grub.
Of course, you can keep choking down energy bars, chalky shakes and bland salads. But with that in your fuel tank, it's little wonder you're cranky enough to pick fights with strangers.