Hmmm, the power of cheese? If you’re looking for a low-carb, high protein light summer entrée to complement your sets of dumbbell curls and leg extensions, look no further than a good ole fashion tomato mozzarella salad.
Coffee sometimes does not get the respect it deserves in the health food community. This ancient beverage has been shown to help with everything from weight loss to decreasing your risks of certain cancers. Who would have thought that this little bean could do so much good!
Tomatoes, watermelon, and mango provide a trifecta of powerful antioxidants, and a smorgasbord or vitamins and minerals. A chilled out bowl of this flavorful gazpacho will beat down the dog days of summer too!
Key Limes are in season! And what better way to get your vitamin C than in a smoothie along with other green power foods! This refreshing drink will wake up your taste buds and your immune system.
This recipe screams GARDEN! Fresh zucchini, which is high in Vitamins C and A, Manganese, and fiber, will be in abundance soon. And if that wasn’t enough, let’s take it up a notch with the healthy qualities found in pesto: olive oil and pine nuts (healthy fats), Basil (natures anti-inflammatory) and of course garlic (used…
These flavorful and creamy “anytime treats” are packed with flavor, high in fiber, and rich in nutrients like healthy fats! And, since coconut milk is lactose-free, it can be used as a milk substitute by those with lactose intolerance. Have your cake, and eat it too!
This spring vegetable soup can be made to use up any leftover produce in the fridge; or it is perfect after an over-indulgent trip to the farmer’s market. After the base (stock, onions, leeks and garlic) is made, any vegetables can be used in this soup, making it a light and versatile rainbow of colors….
A refreshingly light meal perfect for a breezy spring day. The tuna stuffed avocado is jam packed with lean protein, healthy fats, and the anti-inflammatory and cardiovascular benefits of Vitamin E – prevalent in sunflower seeds.
How many times have you made great progress in your training cycle only to get sidelined by injury? Runners often try to find a balance between getting enough volume and frequency for improvement without going so far that they get injured. As your training age increases and you’ve accumulated “more miles” this can become quite…
This one’s for endurance athletes! Enjoy these as an alternative to overly sweet endurance fuels. These bars provide the perfect 3:1 ratio of carbohydrates to whey protein. Wrap these into individual packages with aluminum foil and store them in your bike shirt, saddle bag, or backpack for any long adventure.