Our SuperFan Jaclyn wants us all to step away from the oven. She’s got sweet treats we can make without having to even turn a knob. We love pies, and right around the holidays especially Thanksgiving pie is the perfect dessert. Here’s what you’ll need for this no-bake peanut butter chocolate pie:
We often hear about getting enough protein into our diets, but when is it too much protein?
Registered Dietitian, Ashley Koff lets us know there are four things we need to determine when having protein:
- nutrient balance
- how often you’re having it
According to the CDC, it’s recommended that 10–35% of your daily calories come from protein, which is about 45-50 grams for men and women daily. See what Ashley had to say about choosing complete proteins and more below:
Jackie Davis lives in Jacksonville, Florida with her husband and four kids. The whole family travels to Central America for managing the operations of their construction ministry. Traveling is not an excuse to give up on her healthy lifestyle. She is passionate about eating healthy, which she has defined as the right quality, quantity, and frequency of foods. She encourages many to make realistic long-term lifestyle changes.
As health professional and retired athlete, protein has been a key part of my diet for years. Protein generally comes in perishable form (eggs, meat, beans and cheese) so finding convenient, portable sources of it can be tricky. Protein powders are your best bet but there are so many out there that picking the right one for you can be challenging. In my experience, vegan and whey proteins are superior choices by far.
After a sweat session, your body needs to replace the fluids that it’s lost. Our Pea Protein™ is formulated using only the highest quality pea protein isolate available. Its phenomenal amino acid profile includes nine essential amino acids. Since essential amino acids cannot be synthesized by the human body, they must be supplied by our diets. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and are used by our bodies to support our bones, muscles and connective tissues. Super Fan Jaclyn created this recipe after feeling dehydrated after a hot yoga class.
Last March marked the 12th annual Kiss a Pig Gala for the American Diabetes Association in Rogers, Arkansas. The event was an evening dedicated toward spreading awareness about the disease as well as celebrating the individuals and companies who are working hard to make a difference in improving the lives of all of those affected.
Naturade was on hand to lend their support for a night of charitable hospitality, which eventually led to $1,150,000 being raised to go toward not only continuing the ongoing research of finding a cure for diabetes, but helping improve the lives of more than 26 million Americans who are currently living with the condition.
Prominent members of the Northwestern Arkansas community took part in the ceremony, which featured the kissing of pigs as an ode of recognition to one of the first means of production for insulin. In 1922, Frederick Banting and Charles Best revolutionized the medical field with their innovative experiments in extracting the pancreas tissue of pigs to manufacture a form of insulin that the world had never seen before. Since then, insulin production has provided millions of people with the proper means to efficiently monitor their blood sugar levels and store excess glucose in the body for added energy.
The sold out gala event featured a crowd of over 1,700 people from local and national companies who collectively were able to exceed charitable donation expectations of $575,000 by 200 percent. There are currently more than 35,000 people in the Northwest Arkansas region alone who will benefit from funding for educational programs and treatment options aided through the generous donations.
It is through Naturade and many other companies’ contributions that the fight against diabetes is able to flourish and continue changing lives.