5 Steps to Protein Power Bowls

5 Steps to Protein Power Bowls

Easy, delicious and healthy recipes

Tired of the same old chicken and broccoli? Just because you eat healthy, it doesn’t mean it needs to be boring or the same every day. There are endless combinations of meals— you just need to be creative and inspired. The perfect power bowls will combine protein, complex carbs, veggies and healthy fats. Use these easy steps to build a healthy protein power bowl to help meet your nutrition needs and fuel your muscle building and fat burning.

4 Signs Your Diet Lacks Protein

4 Signs Your Diet Lacks Protein

Easy Tips for Increasing Your Intake

You know you need protein, but do you really know how much? Protein is an essential need when it comes to building muscle, maintaining muscle and building strength, but if your diet is falling short on protein, you could be left weak and flat with little muscle gains. Read these four signs that your diet is falling short on protein.

5 High-Protein Smoothie Bowl Recipes

5 High-Protein Smoothie Bowl Recipes

Start Your Day Healthy

The latest breakfast craze that is quickly replacing smoothies or even the fitness favorite overnight oats is the smoothie bowl— another great, high-protein and gluten-free breakfast meal to start your day. Smoothie bowls can be made with a variety of ingredients to make an assortment of flavors and tastes to suit your mood. Use these easy steps and try the recipes below to make your own smoothie bowl creations.

7 Ways To Add More Protein

7 Ways To Add More Protein

Build Lean Muscle

Protein is key when it comes to building muscle and maintaining a lean body. It has been shown that eating a diet that is higher in protein can result in better results –control over your hunger and appetite, an increase in metabolism, and quicker weight loss versus other diets of the same calories. If you’re tired of just eating chicken, consider adding more protein to your diet with these simple foods.

How to Eat Lean for Life

How to Eat Lean for Life

Stay Strong, Fit and Lean All Year Long

Fresh, natural whole foods provide us with an abundance of nutrients we need to stay healthy and fit. Fresh food is just fine the way it is, there is nothing good or needed in food that has been overly processed, and shouldn’t even be considered food! Fresh fruit and vegetables deliver an abundance of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants and phytonutrients that help us metabolize our foods, fight off disease, regulate our hormones and supply us with energy in the form of fibrous carbohydrat

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