It’s high time for fresh and seasonal fruits and vegetables, and while your top ten choices might differ from mine, you really can’t go wrong with any produce picks. Either way, the spring and summer offer ample opportunities to maximize your nutrient intake and feel better for it. Seasonal produce is at its peak in nutritional value, beauty, and flavor. There is not much that’s more satisfying than a favorite fruit or vegetable fresh from the dirt, vine or tree. Here’s my top ten.
Ratatouille makes an excellent quick dinner for Meatless Monday or a healthy dinner any night. This gluten-free and vegan recipe is packed with summer vegetables, including eggplant, zucchini, bell peppers, and tomatoes. Ratatouille, a traditional French stewed vegetable dish, cooks in less than 30 minutes. As an added benefit, this easy recipe is perfect for almost all dietary needs, including clean eating, kosher pareve, high fiber, low carb, and no soy.
As a personal trainer, figure competitor, and mom of triplets, Donna Restivo knows the importance of delicious, healthy snacks. She recommends NuGo bars to her clients and is proud to give NuGo Family to her kids.
Five years ago, Tina Freeze was watching a bodybuilding competition at the Arnold Sports Festival and became inspired to compete. As she watched the beautiful Erin Stern competing in the women’s Pro Figure division, Tina asked her husband if he thought she could complete. He said, “You can do anything you set your mind to do.” With her supportive husband by her side, she entered the world of bodybuilding.
Enjoy enticing low carb and gluten-free Greek, Chinese, Mexican, and Italian recipes plus much more. Cauliflower, zucchini, and spaghetti squash work great as low carb swaps for traditional pasta and rice. You won’t even miss the carbs with these delicious and satisfying recipes!
When Joey Nunes was in high school, he never intended to become a long distance runner. After unsuccessful attempts at trying to make the baseball, golf and basketball teams, he began track in his junior year. Despite the fact that he pole vaulted, high jumped, and even ran sprints, the head track coach sent him to train with the cross country team. By the middle of his senior year, Joey worked his way up to the varsity cross country team. He went on to compete in junior college, and in 2008, transferred to a four year university, California State University Stanislaus, on an athletic scholarship.
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