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2805, 2020

Foods that Fuel Me!

By |May 28th, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Foods that Fuel Me!

This is one of my favorite go-to meals while I’m stuck at home. I call it “super fast food” because of the no-frills pouch of StarKist Albacore Tuna. It works in a pinch when you short on time yet still want solid nutrition. Greens & No Frills Albacore Ingredients: 1cup organic mixed greens with peeled carrot 2.6 oz “fast food” style StarKist albacore tuna (1 pouch) .5 cup steamed brocolli .5cup sauteed kale (in 1 tbsp unrefined coconut oil) oil-free organic fig balsamic dressing to taste

205, 2020

Vegan Side Dish or Snack

By |May 2nd, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Vegan Side Dish or Snack

Steamed Kale & Brussel Sprouts 3 cups raw organic chopped kale greens 1.5 cups frozen organic brussel sprouts 1tbsp coconut oil A dash of grated carrot 1c water Sea Salt & fresh ground pepper In a sauté pan combine the water and brussel sprouts over medium high heat. Let the brussel sprouts start to steam and as the water begins to evaporate add the coconut oil & kale for the last few minutes of cooking. Stir continuously until all of the water evaporates and all the greens are saturated with the oil.

2304, 2020

Steamed Greens with Salmon and Kalamata Olives

By |April 23rd, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Steamed Greens with Salmon and Kalamata Olives

Salads are so easy to make and you can combine almost anything that is in your fridge, freezer or pantry. Steam green beans and peas on the stovetop Steam: Bring 1 cup of water to a boil in a pan. Add the vegetables and cover. Allow the steam to cook the vegetables for a few minutes, testing them periodically with a fork for doneness (almost all water will have evaporated). When they have about two minutes left, add the raw garlic cloves and let them steam for the remaining minutes.

504, 2020

MCT OIL & BulletProof Coffee

By |April 5th, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on MCT OIL & BulletProof Coffee

I normally start my day with some strong black coffee. There are mixed reviews about coffee but my understanding is that it is great for athletic performance although it can create an acidic environment in the body. Once or twice a week I will add cinnamon and MCT oil to my coffee as a treat. There are several potential health benefits of MCT oil. Some of these are supported by scientific evidence, while others are yet to be proven. I encourage you to do your own research and see if bulletproof coffee is right for you!

304, 2020

Steamed Kale!

By |April 3rd, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Steamed Kale!

We have all heard about the benefits of kale. It’s long list of accolades include: One of the Most Nutrient-Dense Foods on Earth Loaded With Powerful Antioxidants Like Quercetin Excellent Source of Vitamin C Can Help Lower Cholesterol, Which May Reduce Risks of Heart Disease One of The top Sources of Vitamin K For the longest time I wanted to love it but just did not know how to prepare it. Finally I started experimenting and here is a super simple and easy way to make it palatable… Just steam it!

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Your Content Goes Here

Foods that Fuel Me!

This is one of my favorite go-to meals while I’m stuck at home. I call it “super fast food” because of the no-frills pouch of StarKist Albacore Tuna. It works in a pinch when you short on time yet still want solid nutrition. Greens & No Frills Albacore Ingredients: 1cup organic mixed greens with peeled carrot 2.6 oz “fast food” style StarKist albacore tuna (1 pouch) .5 cup steamed brocolli .5cup sauteed kale (in 1 tbsp unrefined coconut oil) oil-free organic fig balsamic dressing to taste

By |May 28th, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Foods that Fuel Me!

Vegan Side Dish or Snack

Steamed Kale & Brussel Sprouts 3 cups raw organic chopped kale greens 1.5 cups frozen organic brussel sprouts 1tbsp coconut oil A dash of grated carrot 1c water Sea Salt & fresh ground pepper In a sauté pan combine the water and brussel sprouts over medium high heat. Let the brussel sprouts start to steam and as the water begins to evaporate add the coconut oil & kale for the last few minutes of cooking. Stir continuously until all of the water evaporates and all the greens are saturated with the oil.

By |May 2nd, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Vegan Side Dish or Snack

Steamed Greens with Salmon and Kalamata Olives

Salads are so easy to make and you can combine almost anything that is in your fridge, freezer or pantry. Steam green beans and peas on the stovetop Steam: Bring 1 cup of water to a boil in a pan. Add the vegetables and cover. Allow the steam to cook the vegetables for a few minutes, testing them periodically with a fork for doneness (almost all water will have evaporated). When they have about two minutes left, add the raw garlic cloves and let them steam for the remaining minutes.

By |April 23rd, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Steamed Greens with Salmon and Kalamata Olives

MCT OIL & BulletProof Coffee

I normally start my day with some strong black coffee. There are mixed reviews about coffee but my understanding is that it is great for athletic performance although it can create an acidic environment in the body. Once or twice a week I will add cinnamon and MCT oil to my coffee as a treat. There are several potential health benefits of MCT oil. Some of these are supported by scientific evidence, while others are yet to be proven. I encourage you to do your own research and see if bulletproof coffee is right for you!

By |April 5th, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on MCT OIL & BulletProof Coffee

Steamed Kale!

We have all heard about the benefits of kale. It’s long list of accolades include: One of the Most Nutrient-Dense Foods on Earth Loaded With Powerful Antioxidants Like Quercetin Excellent Source of Vitamin C Can Help Lower Cholesterol, Which May Reduce Risks of Heart Disease One of The top Sources of Vitamin K For the longest time I wanted to love it but just did not know how to prepare it. Finally I started experimenting and here is a super simple and easy way to make it palatable… Just steam it!

By |April 3rd, 2020|Categories: Recipes|Comments Off on Steamed Kale!
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