This smoothie will upgrade your mornings to a solid 10. It brings a burst of tropical goodness, fiber, and energy to start your day in the best way. There are small additions you can make to boost this simple, healthy recipe. Tailor it to what you need and enjoy!
1.5 cups Spinach (can be frozen)
1 cup Almond Milk
1 fresh or frozen Banana
1/2 cup Mango
1/2 cup Pineapple
1 scoop Protein Powder
1/2 cup Greek Yogurt
Immunity - Switch mango for 1/2 cup berries (Antioxidants), switch the almond milk with OJ (Vit. C)
Gut Health - add a small amount of peeled ginger, 1/3 cup oatmeal (fiber)
Energy - add 1 serving matcha powder (caffeine), 1 teaspoon coconut oil (MCTs)
These are my all time favorite protein pancakes. They are ridiculously easy to make and will fill you up for hours! Try this for your next breakfast.
1 cup oats
4 tsps baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
2 scoops protein powder
oil, to cook
Life Hack: Freeze them and they will last 4 more weeks. Stick them in the toaster for a quick meal with zero effort!
This smoothie is packed full of antioxidants and protein to start your day off right. The combination of carbs and fat gives you both short and long term energy to help you get through your morning.
Blend and enjoy!
Here's another time-saver recipe. Make these during the weekend and you'll be good to go for breakfast all week long! You can eat these alone or add to a whole wheat English Muffin for a quick and healthy breakfast sandwich.
½ cup chopped spinach
½ cup chopped onion
½ cup chopped bell pepper (any color)
½ cup shredded cheddar cheese
Salt and pepper
These muffins can be refrigerated for up to 7 days or frozen for up to 6 months.
Need a quick and filling breakfast? Overnight oats are your answer! Let your fridge do all the work and in the morning, you can enjoy a grab and go breakfast that will get you on the right path for the rest of the day.
1/2 cup dry oats
3/4 cup milk of your choice (soy, almond, skim)
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp chia seeds
Toppings of your choice: chocolate chips, raisins, cinnamon, fruit, walnuts...be creative!
Hey, ZF fans! Welcome to our first of many nutrition blog posts. Let’s start off by talking about the most important meal of the day: breakfast. Your morning meal is important because it jump starts your metabolism, meaning your body starts burning calories for energy. Eating breakfast also provides the body with the fuel you need to go about your day. A healthy breakfast should contain a whole grain carb (such as whole wheat toast), protein (like eggs or yogurt), and veggies. Do you have trouble finding ways to eat veggies at breakfast? Try making an egg scramble with some chopped bell peppers. Do you prefer to start your day on the sweeter side? Throw some spinach into your smoothie. It may turn your drink green, but we promise you won’t be able to taste it when it’s mixed with naturally sweet fruit.
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Does the thought of choking down brussel sprouts with your morning coffee make you more than uncomfortable? We have good news for you: eating veggies at every meal can be delicious! But before diving into the “how”, let’s talk about the “why”.
You’ve heard it your entire life…”eat your vegetables!” While we may not all want to look like Popeye (fueled by spinach!), there are plenty of other reasons to eat those delicious veggies.
Vegetables are low in calories and contain stomach-filling fiber and even protein.
Veggies are full of all types of vitamins and minerals to keep us healthy year round.
Most vegetables contain compounds called phytochemicals, which protect cells from damage that may lead to cancer.
Okay, so veggies are good for you (this isn’t news to most). But how can you make veggies a part of every meal you eat, not just dinner? Here are some tips for those tricky meals:
-Smoothies are a great way to...
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