Coconut Water with Pineapple

Pineapple Coconut Water You Will Need: 8-12 ounces coconut water 2-3  chunks fresh ripe pineapple 2 tsp. lime juice Honey (to taste) pinch of unrefined sea salt How to Make It: Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth I love this drink for athletes because it has so many benefits. Check out the […]

Cherry Smoothie

You Will Need: 2 cups frozen dark sweet cherries 1 banana 1 tbs. flax seeds 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract 1 scoop vanilla or unflavored protein powder 2 cups unsweetened nut milk handful up to 1/2 container of Organic Girl Greens How to Make It: Place all ingredients in blender along with a handful of ice, […]

Protein Pancakes

2 eggs 1 banana 1 scoop protein powder (chocolate or vanilla is best) 2 tbs. >Vital Proteins Pasture Raised Beef Gelatin Collagen Mix eggs, banana, protein powder and beef collagen together thoroughly. Spoon pancakes onto a greased skillet or griddle. Flip when top starts to bubble ever so slightly. Top with coconut manna, grass fed […]

Basil Ginger Limeade

You Will Need: 1/2 c. fresh basil 1 inch fresh ginger 4 cups water 1 tsp. lime zest 1-2 limes juiced 2 tsp. local raw honey How to Make It: Place ginger, lime juice and zest, honey, basil and one cup of water in blender. Blend until well mixed. Add remaining water and blend until […]

Top 5 Foods for Runners to Avoid

1.  Refined Grains: Unlike whole grains that contain at least part of their bran and germ layers, processed and refined grains, which are found in our donuts, bagels, bread, pasta, and most desserts, basically everything we as runners love to double down on, have both the bran and germ removed during processing; therefore all of the […]

How to Eat Liver (without the liver taste)

How to Eat Liver (without it tasting like, well liver) 1. Start with frozen grass fed beef liver. Thaw liver slightly. While still mostly frozen, cut liver into one-two inch chunks. 2. Place liver in a food processor. 3. Process until it’s no longer chunky (a bit of chunkiness is ok, just get it “generally” […]