Just Leaving the Gym?

After a hard workout, it’s crucial to replenish your body with healthy proteins and hydration. IMMEDIATELY after your workout, fuel those muscles with an ice cold smoothie made fresh in your very own kitchen. All you’ll need are the following:

1 half-  Frozen Banana

1 tbsp- Peanut Butter or Almond Butter

1 tbsp- Chia Seeds (super rich in antioxidants)

1 cup- Vanilla Almond Milk

1 teasp-  Raw Honey

10 Raw Almonds

5- 7 Large Ice Cubes

Dash-  Cinnamon

Your choice of protein poweder!

Blend, blend, blend!  And enjoy!!!


Green Goddess Smoothie

Get into the full summer swing with tasty smoothies packed with nutrients to quench your thirst or to serve up during social gatherings. This Green Goddess Smoothie is mixed with spinach, avocados, kiwifruit, tangerine juice and other antioxidant packed ingredients. Get the full recipe from Women's Health Magazine so you can whip up a Green Goddess Smoothie for breakfast to kick start your morning, or even lunch to help power through the rest of the day! 

Women's Health Magazine (2013)

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5 Easy Ways to Stay Healthy on the Go

Let’s face it busy lifestyles can hurt a healthy wellness.  The best way to combat this is to plan ahead.  Check out our easy 5 tips to keep you looking good inside and out:

1)      Eat Breakfast.  It’s the most important meal of the day.  Try a bowl of healthy cereal paired with fresh fruit and a glass of juice.  Eating early on helps to avoid overeating at lunch time.

2)      Grab a healthy snack such as granola bars or fruit.  Try eating one every 3 hours to help fight the urge to swipe past the vending machine at work.

3)      Drink a gallon of water per day.  It helps to relieve hunger pains and will fill you up.  We recommend drinking water prior to meals to keep portion sizes moderate.

4)      Stock up on healthy foods only! That way when you are tempted to grab something on the go it’s a healthy choice as oppose to a quick fix.

5)      Think healthy.  Even fast food eateries have healthy options and calorie charts to help you make better eating decisions.

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