Recipes- Avid sports and fitness enthusiasts often follow special nutrition plans or diets, which has increased the popularity of recipes that are easy to prepare, increase compliance and give users access to creative ways to eat healthy without sacrificing taste. Our culinary experts are all serious fitness enthusiasts who can turn you into a nutritional wizard in the kitchen, help you reach your goals and make eating clean fun and rewarding.

Chocolate, Cinnamon, Hazelnuts, and Bananas in a warm bowl of protein-packed oatmeal.

There's nothing like a classic Strawberry Banana Split, so why not make it into a protein smoothie?

Peanut butter, oats, and protein powder unite to create a power-packed snack perfect to refuel your energy in an active lifestyle.

Who doesn't love crepes for breakfast, lunch or dinner? These flavorful little crepes topped with chocolate-hazelnut spread and bananas are sure to satisfy.

Vanilla Building Blocks Protein + Rx Greens unite to make a delicious green protein smoothie with a touch of peppermint...a healthy remake of a popular holiday fast-food favorite.

A delicious blend of chocolate protein, almonds, and coconut that will leave you wanting more!

The perfect blend of Apricots, Cranberries, and Protein. This tasty treat is great for the holidays!

The perfect soup to warm your tummy this holiday season!

A great breakfast to welcome in the fall season!

Nothing says fall like pumpkins! Take advantage of pumpkin season by incorporating this delicious smoothie into your daily routine.

Vanilla Protein hides amidst chicken breast, cranberries, red apples, bell peppers and celery for a crunchy, protein-packed dish perfect on a bed of lettuce or between two slices of bread!
So delicious that we bet you can't eat just one!


1 c. chopped onion

1 can (14.5-oz.) diced tomatoes

1 can (7-oz.) chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, finely chopped

3 Tbsp creamy peanut butter

2.5 lbs boneless, skinless chicken breast


Not all cravings are evil

Did you know that cravings are not all bad? In fact, they’re really there for a reason, telling us;

  1. Our bodies might be out of balance,
  2. We need to satisfy (but not indulge) those specific cravings.

Our suggestion is: listen to your gut–literally speaking. Feed your soul with sweetness, but do it with moderation and with real food.

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