One of the best traits that we have as a species is our ability to adapt over time and evolve. As we learn new things and gather new information and ideas, our outlook on the world changes along with our lifestyles. This can be seen in many areas of our daily lives, the big ones like technology and modern medicine have changed the way we live and how long we live for drastically. This is breakthrough science and innovation that we should be extremely proud of and embrace. We should also look to these practices and apply the same model to our diet and nutrition. The more knowledge we learn about the effects of certain foods, the more we should evolve our diet. This is something we embrace here at Organic Muscle by only creating certified organic vegan health and fitness supplements with the purest ingredients. Our Organic Plant Protein powder was created as a result of new information on how dairy effects the body and out of necessity for a plant powered replacement for whey.
Many of us want to be healthy and eat better, but getting in those healthy foods can be hard for some. Especially when it comes to leafy greens. Yes, those dreadful foods that you have feared since childhood. Luckily, our friend and Organic Muscle Athlete, Mike Kneuer from "WhatMikeEats" has these great protein shake recipes featuring some green goodness! These recipes make it quick and easy to incorporate greens into your diet with a great tasting shake.
Looking to spice things up for the holidays? Even your protein shakes? We have you covered with these awesome recipes from "What Mike Eats," featuring flavors of your favorite pies and cookies! These shake recipes are just a few ways to help spice up your diet for the holiday season. All while proving organic foods and supplements can be nutritious and taste amazing!
It's becoming all too common for people to sacrifice nutrition for the sake of speed and convenience. This is a practice that has resulted in more of a demand for fast food places than supermarkets and fresh produce stands. While the speed of food preparation and our own personal convenience has increased, our nutrition and overall health has declined. This has resulted in overwhelming numbers of dietary, nutritional health problems like obesity and type 2 diabetes. Thats why I am back at it with the "Food Is Fuel" series and teaming up with "What Mike Eats" to show that your health and nutrition doesn't have to be sacrificed for ease and convenience! Mike uses the "Organic Muscle Plant Protein" to make delicious, nutrient dense shakes in no time!
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”―
I am back at it with the "Food Is Fuel Series" which is designed to help people eat healthy without compromising their busy lifestyles. Next up in this series is my "Killer Keto Coffee" recipes. With the ever expanding pile of research on the benefits of the ketogenic diet, which go way beyond its incredible ability to aid in weight-loss. I have dedicated a several recipes in this series to the ketogenic diet, including these coffee recipes.
Being healthier and eating right can be harder than it seems at times. With the typical fast paced lifestyle of most people juggling a job, taking the kids to school, sports practices, going to the grocery store and everything else that comes up. It can be hard to find time to get in a healthy meal. For those moments where you need a quick nutritional boost, look no farther than this new "Food Is Fuel" series that will feature quick and easy, healthy, meal replacements, snacks, smoothies and shakes!
With the ever expanding list of health and fitness supplements making it to the market. One question keeps emerging for athletes or health and fitness professionals. Or just anyone looking to reach their body's full potential and feel the best they can possibly feel. That question? What supplements are best for my health and fitness goals?
Got milk? More importantly, what does your milk have in it?
With increasing demand for dairy, many farmers have resorted to Factory Farming
. This is a process in which farm animals are kept in factory type environments. Standing in their own waste, confined to small areas. This waste, when left untreated leaks into ground
and surface water. In some cases polluting the water supply. These animals don't live anything like they were intended to.