In The Kitchen

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January 15, 2017
  •  Jason Sani

DIY Protein Bars

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5 simple ingredients, 5 minutes, vegan and gluten free protein bars. Get the delicious and nutritious recipe from the video below. Ingredients 2 Pitted Dates 1/4 Cup Water or Tea 1 Cup Gluten-free oats 2 Scoops Protein powder (vanilla plant protein) 2 Tbsp Chia Seeds (or hemp seeds) 2 Tbsp Coconut butter melted 1/2 tsp cinnamon... Read More >
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January 8, 2017
  •  Jason Sani

Super-charged Soup

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Dairy free, vegan friendly, 5 ingredient instant power soup. Get the delicious and nutritious recipe from the video below. Jason Sani is a trained and licensed Culinary Nutritionist that has worked in the athletics and sports medicine industry for over 10 years. He practices what he preaches and leads an energetic lifestyle by example. Jason’s... Read More >
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December 9, 2016
  •  Scarlett Foltz

Healthier Holiday Cookie Recipes

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This is my favorite time of the year. Family get togethers, Holiday parties, gift giving, lots of delicious food and cookies! What would Christmas be without cookies for Santa and for ourselves, right? This year I’m trying to enjoy the Holidays without packing on the extra pounds. I never can have just one cookie so... Read More >
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December 5, 2016
  •  Jason Sani

Fat Burning Ice Cream, Instant & Dairy-Free

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Fat burning ice cream, it’s instant ice cream that is not only sugar free, but vegan friendly. Get the delicious and nutritious recipe from the video below. Jason Sani is a trained and licensed Culinary Nutritionist that has worked in the athletics and sports medicine industry for over 10 years. He practices what he preaches... Read More >
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November 21, 2016
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

Breakfast Quinoa Bowls

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Cold temperatures this time of year have my body craving something warm and nourishing to get me up and out of bed in the morning. I love making eggs and sautéed veggies most mornings, but some days I just need a steaming bowl of something cozy. It’s days like these that only a hot bowl... Read More >
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November 18, 2016
  •  Britt Martin

Eating With The Seasons

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Eating seasonal is getting back to the basic foundation of how people used to eat when they grew their own food. It focuses on consuming foods during the time of year that they’re grown and harvested. This allows you to eat the food when it’s at the freshest, tastiest and most nutrient prime. Unfortunately, with... Read More >
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November 9, 2016
  •  Britt Martin

Chia Seed Pudding Gets a Seasonal Makeover

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What used to only be found in pie around the Holidays has turned into a season of pumpkin. As soon as it starts to feel like Fall, every food imaginable has turned into that festive pumpkin flavor. From lattes, to snacks like pumpkin bread, to smoothies, oatmeal, pancakes and more. Who can be blamed though?... Read More >
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October 26, 2016
  •  Jon Augustin

Guilt-Free Seasonal Cocktails

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With the change of seasons comes new temperatures, new ingredients and new seasonal flavors to savor. Just as our True Food chefs continue to adapt our dishes to highlight the freshest ingredients of the season, I also like to take advantage of the season’s ripest fruits and vegetables to infuse some seasonal splendor into our... Read More >
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July 12, 2016
  •  TFK

The Benefits of Eating in Season

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As a new season rolls by, an endless array for fresh produce becomes available for one to try. Eating and shopping for locally grown, seasonal food is lighter on your wallet than ordinary grocery stores, but how about the many other benefits of buying local produce beyond the cost savings? Here are some of the... Read More >