I scream, you scream, our muscles scream… for ice cream? Give your body what it craves with this protein-packed frozen treat, made from non-fat Greek yogurt, frosty-cold blueberries and a scoop of quality whey. Blend a batch before you hit the gym to fuel up or right afterward for a refreshing, replenishing cool-down dessert.
Category: Sports and Fitness
Fact: exercising longer at a lower heart rate burns more calories from fat. You’ve read of this fat-burning zone in every fitness magazine, but you’re only getting a half-truth. When it comes to losing weight, slow and steady does not win the race. Read more →
Of course you need a good pair of shoes, a water bottle and comfortable clothes to work out. But you need more than your cool new sneakers to stay in shape. Regardless if you’re on a brand new fitness journey or were born an athlete, there are three pantry items you must have to maintain your success…and your sanity. Read more →
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 →
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.
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