The True Power of Protein

The True Power of Protein

Healthy Eating for Women, Healthy High-Protein Recipes, Healthy Recipes for Women, Nutrition for Women
For Jen Widerstrom, clean eating feeds both her body and soul.It’s not enough for former American Gladiators athlete and NBC’s The Biggest Loser trainer Jen Widerstrom to simply eat “healthy.” For this Oxygen Challenge 4 coach, the real difference comes from committing to a clean-eating nutrition plan — for life. “You work so hard to be healthy and vital, and when you put fuel in your body that’s been altered, it diminishes the return on that investment,” she explains. “When it comes to eating animal-based protein, we have to remember that we ultimately ingest whatever was given to that animal.”Thanks for watching!Visit WebsiteIn other words, any hormones and antibiotics these animals consume through their feed are transported into your body, which Widerstrom says can adversely affect your physical development and…
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Five Ways to Enjoy Hempseeds

Five Ways to Enjoy Hempseeds

Healthy Eating for Women, Healthy High-Protein Recipes, Healthy Recipes for Women, Nutrition for Women
Hemp seeds.First things first: Yes, hemp seeds (or hemp hearts) do come from a particular variety of Cannabis sativa (aka marijuana), but they only contain trace amounts of THC and therefore will not get you high. Whether or not this is bad news for you, these seeds are still nutritional powerhouses. Here are five ways to enjoy this versatile food.1. As a protein-packed puddingHemp is a complete protein, containing all 20 amino acids needed to build and repair the tissues in the body. Just 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of hemp hearts provides 9.2 grams of protein. Thanks for watching!Visit WebsitePower Pudding: In a Mason jar, layer ¼ cup cooked quinoa, 2 tablespoons chia seeds, 2 tablespoons hemp hearts, 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts and ½ teaspoon cinnamon. Cover with ½ cup…
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