In most areas of life, routine can get pretty stale.
The spicy and sweet mixture of spices known as chai has long been used in places like India, Bhutan and Myanmar.
If you’re a full-breakfast kind of person but you just don’t have time to whip up omelets, French toast, cinnamon-apple oatmeal and fresh-squeezed orange juice on weekday mornings, you’ll have to settle for something simpler but still filling.
It’s good practice to consume protein within an hour of working out to help your muscles repair themselves, especially after lifting heavy weights. But during flu season, it’s also important to give yourself an immunity boost.
It happens every fall and it never seems to get old – people go wild for pumpkin-flavored everything, from cupcakes to soup.
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Second Prize Winner
Submitted by A. Parsons of Parkersburg, WV
Blend 1 banana 1 cup blueberries, 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut milk 1 tablespoon each honey and lime juice, 1/4 teaspoon almond extract 1 cup ice
6 oz raspberries 9 oz strawberries 100gms acai frozen bar or 4oz blueberries 1-2 bananas 1 cup almond milk
4-6 frozen coffee cubes 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk splash of flavored coffee creamer (sugar free) 1-2 tsp. coco powder 1-2 scoops pea protein vanilla 1 scoop lite whip cream Blend together in a blender until all mix and enjoy!
1/4 cup cold water, ice cold, 3/4 cup ice cubes, 2/3 cup peeled cucumber, seedless, 2/3 cup honeydew melon, Zest of half an orange, 1/8 cup fresh mint, 3 scoops Naturade Pea Protein. In blender or smoothie maker, combine water, ice cubes, cucumber, melon, orange zest, and mint and blend. [...]