Adding collagen to your diet is great for your connective tissue, skin, hair, and muscles. Try out these collagen recipes to satisfy cravings and maintain ketosis.
Adding collagen to your diet is great for your connective tissue, skin, hair, and muscles. These collagen recipes will help you satisfy cravings while maintaining ketosis and adding protein in the form of collagen to your diet. 1. Chocolate Almond Butter Fat Bombs This is the ultimate treat to curb your cravings. Keep this easy snack in the freezer or refrigerator so you can grab one every time you need something between meals. The coconut oil, almond butter, and collagen pack thi...Read More
Kids crave sugar but health-conscious parents are focused on teaching them how to eat right. To support your efforts, try out this recipe for gluten-free blueberry protein powder muffins.
Kids crave sugar, that's just science. As a health-conscious parent, though, you're deeply interested in keeping your kids healthy and teaching them how to eat right. To support your noble efforts, we humbly present the following recipe for gluten-free protein powder muffins. Each muffin packs about 7g of protein, 20g of health carbs and just 2g of fat. This particular recipe is for blueberry muffins but you can easily tweak things to incorporate whatever flavor you'd like to feature. ...Read More
With Valentine's Day already passed, it was probably difficult to keep your diet clean. So, here's a simple recipe for some special after Valentine's Day protein chocolate truffles.
With Valentine's Day already passed, we’re guessing it was difficult to keep your diet clean. So, we're going to help you out. Here's a simple recipe for some special after Valentine's Day protein chocolate truffles. ¼ cup dried dates, pitted ¼ cup Naked Nutrition Vanilla Protein Powder 1/8 cup oats 1 tbsp coconut flour 3 squares dark chocolate, melted water, as needed (about ¼ cup) Place all of the ingredients except for the chocolate in a blender and combine until thoroughly m...Read More
While casein and whey are both components of milk, they do have different properties. Try out these few recipes that make use of the benefits of slow digesting casein protein!
As you may or may not be aware, both whey and casein are components of milk that are separated during the cheesemaking process. The whey is the liquid portion left behind while casein makes up the solid curds that are removed for making glorious cheese. This means that casein is, among other this, much creamier than whey. When it comes to more creative applications, then, casein is a perfect candidate for baking and “dessert smoothies.” Bedtime Recovery Shake Since casein breaks down ...Read More
Banana muffins are pretty fantastic. But they aren't exactly what most fitness-minded individuals would consider “healthy.” Not without a few tweaks, at least. To show you what we mean, here's a recipe for banana protein muffins. You can easily make thee ahead and freeze them or enjoy them fresh. 1 large banana, peeled ¾c egg whites 1/2c nonfat, plain Greek yogurt 3/4c oats 2 scoops Naked Nutrition Vanilla protein powder 2tbsp sugar Preheat your oven to 350F and spray a muffin pan...Read More
If you've ever looked into the ketogenic diet, you might've come across various fat bomb recipes. So what are fat bombs and why are they great snacks for the keto diet?
If you’ve never heard of a fat bomb before, then you might have some questions. Maybe you’ve recently started keto, and in your search for keto-friendly snacks, you’ve come across some delicious sounding fat bomb recipes. Or perhaps, you’re still researching the keto diet, and that’s how you found this rather aggressive sounding snack. Regardless of how you discovered fat bombs, you’re wondering how something named “chocolate keto fat bomb” could possibly be good for you? In this ar...Read More