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Turmeric Coconut Chai Smoothie

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 5/4/2017 to Diet and Nutrition

Wake up your digestive system with this anti-inflammatory smoothie! It contains antioxidants, detoxifying greens, fiber and probiotics. It’s the perfect amount of spice and creamy with a hint of sweetness.


Overnight Baked French Toast

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 4/20/2017 to Diet and Nutrition

This overnight french toast is sweet, healthy and packed with a ton of protein!

4 Ingredient Protein Bars

Posted by Markus Bryant on 4/12/2017 to Diet and Nutrition

Try this quick and easy protein snack to get you through the day!

Garlic Roasted Carrots

Posted by Markus Bryant on 4/6/2017 to Diet and Nutrition

Looking for a new way to eat carrots? Check out our recipe here...

Attending Gasparilla this Saturday? Here’s your Survival Kit

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 1/27/2017 to Diet and Nutrition

For those who are attending the Pirate Fest this Saturday, you know it’s going to be an exciting day filled of beads, booze, pirate outfits, and lots of walking in Downtown Tampa. Pirates take this day quite seriously; many start drinking as early as 7 am and keep the party going until 2 am. Since this will be by seventh year attending, I have a good feel on how the day will go and what I’ll need to do to stay on top of my game.

Based on my past experiences, I’ve created a Gasparilla Survival Kit that will not only help you make it through the day but it might even prevent you from getting a hangover (say whaaa?).

To avoid feeling absolutely terrible later on, make sure to at least include a few items (if not all) in your Gasparilla Survival Kit:

Coconut Almond Peanut Butter Smoothie

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 1/23/2017 to Diet and Nutrition


I just ran out of Vega One’s Nutritional Shake in mixed berry so I decided to switch it up and try the coconut almond flavor. Needless to say, it tastes amazing! Vega never seems to disappoint when it comes to quality.

I love experimenting in the kitchen when it comes to nutritional shakes/protein powders, and I was eager to see what I could come up with. I made the following smoothie this morning:

Resetting Your Body for the New Year

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 1/2/2017 to Diet and Nutrition


When it comes to holiday festivities, we tend to veer off track as far as nutrition and exercise goes. We consume foods that are high in sodium, sugar and fat which often leaves us feeling tired and sluggish. Many people strive to better themselves at the beginning of the new year through diet and exercise, but some lose motivation and fall into old habits.

Whether you are trying to bounce back into your normal routine or wanting to make lifestyle changes to your daily regimen, it’s important to reset your body so it’s prepared to make a healthy transition. Make sure to set attainable goals that aren’t too extreme; that way you will be more motivated to stick to your plan.

I have provided a list of recommended supplements to help you kick start 2017. 

Favorite Picks from 2016

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 12/29/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

There are many products I’ve tried from Vitamin Discount Center, and they all have benefited my health in some way or form. Although it was tough, I have narrowed down my top three favorite picks for 2016. If you haven’t already, I encourage you try one of these products this new year.

Healthy Holiday Treats

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 12/21/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

When it comes to holiday desserts, the possibilities are endless. Whether you are in the mood for something sweet, rich, crunchy, fruity or savory, there is a Pinterest recipe (if you don’t have your grandmother’s recipe) for everything.

While trying to find some inspiration in the kitchen, I stumbled across a few recipes that—although on the healthier side—will satisfy any sweet tooth.

Your Food Labels Exposed

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 12/13/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Growing up, I believed there was only healthy food and junk food. I thought all fruits and vegetables came straight from the earth- natural and pure. I wasn’t aware of processed and artificial ingredients, but I knew junk food was packed with sugar and salt. Years later I came to the realization that not all food is treated equally, by any means. I remember reading an “organic” label and thinking, isn’t food already organic? If it’s not, then what is it? What’s happening to our food?

Taking Care of Your Body during the Holiday Season with Enzymes and Probiotics

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 12/6/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

The holiday season is a time to eat, drink and be merry, however these festivities may be tricky if we are trying to be mindful of what we are putting in our bodies.  We tend to overindulge on appetizers, alcoholic beverages, turkey and ham, multiple side dishes, and desserts. I am guilty of overeating as well, although I try my best to control my portion size. There’s just so much food!

Superfood Profiles

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 11/15/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

What makes food a "superfood"? There is no legal or medical definition for the term, but it generally means any food, spice or herb that is nutrient-dense and supports overall health and wellbeing. Superfoods are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and polyphenols which help keep you healthy from the inside out. Although there are tons of superfoods out there, I have put together a list of my favorites, along with their health benefits.

Food Allergies

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 10/19/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Food sensitivities and allergies are pretty common in today’s society; they have become more popular due to all of the processed and chemical-laced food that’s on the market. Symptoms can range anywhere from digestive issues to skin breakouts to swelling of the lips, tongue or throat.

Here are some of the most common food allergies/sensitivities...

Healthy Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Bowl

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 10/11/2016 to Diet and Nutrition


Satisfying a sweet tooth can be difficult, especially if you’re in the mood for lots of chocolate, but you also want to be healthy. I was rummaging around in my kitchen the other day and made the most tasteful dessert I have ever created. Behold, the Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Bowl!

Friday’s Feature: Pacific Resources Maunka Honey

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 9/30/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Manuka honey comes from the Manuka bush in New Zealand. This medicinal honey contains a higher level of enzymes than regular honey...

Trust Your Gut

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 9/28/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Our gut is home to 100 trillion microorganisms, with over 500 diverse bacteria species. Our digestive tract is responsible for the majority of our immune system, and it controls our allergies, mental health and joint health.  Since our digestive tract plays such a large role in our overall health and wellbeing, it’s crucial to take care of our gut to prevent chronic illnesses and diseases. A whopping 90 percent of chronic illnesses are due to an imbalanced gut flora.

Friday's Feature - Nutrex Hawaii's Spirulina

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 9/23/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Spirulina is a blue-green algae found in freshwater lakes, ponds and rivers. This superfood is packed with vitamins, nutrients and minerals such as iron, protein, antioxidants, potassium and zinc just to name a few...

Friday's Feature - Navitas Naturals Goldenberries

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 9/9/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Natvitas Naturals Goldenberries are a nutrient dense superfood, coming from Columbia. They contain beta-carotene, protein, vitamins A and C, potassium, phosphorus, iron, fiber and bioflavonoids...

Genuine Health’s Fermented Protein

Posted by Genuine Health on 9/1/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Choosing a protein can be a tough decision, especially if you have food sensitivities, allergies or digestive issues. There are so many options out there with similar ingredients, but how do you pick which one is best for you?

the Veggie Battle

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 8/4/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Genuine Health Fermented Vegan Proteins

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 7/29/2016 to Diet and Nutrition


Check out fermented vegan protein.

Feature Friday - Natural Factors WellBetX Berberine

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 7/8/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Berberine is a plant alkaloid found in various plants such as barberry, goldenseal and Oregon grape.  It naturally supports blood sugar balance and metabolism, and it maintains healthy blood lipid levels which support cardiovascular health.

What’s in Season?

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 7/6/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

Summer has officially arrived, but do you know what fruits and vegetables are in season? Consuming fruits and vegetables during their peak ensures optimal flavor and nutrition, and is better for the environment and economy. Foods that are in season are relatively cheaper since there’s a larger demand for them, and there’s a better chance that they are organic/produced locally. 

Beet Deets

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 6/28/2016 to Diet and Nutrition

The earliest signs of beet cultivation dates back to 4,000 years ago in the Mediterranean region. It’s been known as an aphrodisiac for thousands of years, and they have an array of other health benefits. Beets consist of organic compounds, vitamins and minerals such as carotenoids, lutein/zeaxanthin, glycine, betaine, dietary fiber, vitamin C, magnesium, iron, copper, phosphorus and anthocyanins (a type of flavonoid). They are low in calories, contain no cholesterol and have the highest amount of sugar out of any vegetable.

Feature Friday - Vega's Maca

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 6/24/2016 to Diet and Nutrition


Maca is a Peruvian root which dates all the way back to ancient times. Its benefits include hormone balance, energy, better mood, sexual function, improved skin and it also supports cardiovascular health...