You’re bloated, excessively tired and have had enough fudge and cookies to stock the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory. It sounds like you’re thoroughly enjoying the holiday season – and that’s what it’s all about it! So instead of feeling guilty for the gluttony, get to work undoing the damage. Read more →
Category: Sports and Fitness
Get ready for holiday cookie swaps with these snow-dusted treats. The pairing of chocolate protein and cocoa powder means pure chocolate goodness! No one will know they’re rich in protein (a whopping 5 grams per cookie!). Plus, these crinkle cookies are sweetened with coconut sugar for more flavor and less damage. Who says the holidays can’t be yummy and healthy? Read more →
Tired of the same post-workout protein shake? After a killer sweat session, your muscles need carbs, protein and healthy fats to jump-start the rebuilding process…but, drinking your nutrients isn’t always the most satisfying. Give your body and your taste buds something to look forward to with this dessert-worthy protein pudding. Read more →
Well, that’s a real pain in the…! Runners can encounter all sorts of knee discomfort, from something simple like overuse stress to a more serious meniscus tear or patellar fracture. By investing a little extra time, you’ll help ward off these frustrating set-backs and keep knees healthy for the long run.
Even if your health is not top priority, it shouldn’t get shuffled to the bottom of the deck. Remember that your body is your temple, and you only have one body and one life. That’s why I urge you to take good care of it — from the inside out AND outside in! Though it can seem like a long, hard journey to find body balance in a rather un-balanced world, I promise you can get there in only five easy steps. Read more →
Ever made fudge without sugar? Here’s your chance to give it a try. This easy-peasy, pudge-free fudge is naturally sweetened with honey and spice, so you don’t need that added sugar. And, you won’t miss it. The pumpkin and peanut butter punch it up with a flavor you won’t find at the candy store. Read more →
You’ve got the basics covered, right? Whey protein at breakfast and before the gym, a pre-workout with creatine and caffeine, BCAAs while you train, glutamine when you’re done and a casein protein shake at bedtime. Sports nutrition supplements support all your efforts, but without a clean diet to supply the nutrients your body needs, you’re not going to get very far. It’s always best to fuel up with vitamins, minerals and other essentials from real food, but for back up, bodybuilders should consider taking a multivitamin.
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