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Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie

If you love peanut butter and banana sandwiches or peanut butter and chocolate desserts, you will love this peanut butter, banana and chocolate smoothie. It tastes like a milkshake, but it is actually a healthy gluten-free indulgence at only 150 calories. Enjoy it as a post-workout smoothie to help build lean muscle.

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Super Beet Smoothie

Beets are filled with a whole lot of goodness that goes well beyond keeping our liver clean. They are a great source of fiber, disease fighting antioxidants, and vitamin B (folate), which studies have shown improves mood and memory function. Beets may also help boost stamina levels. In fact, they are one of the richest natural dietary sources of nitrates; nitrates help improve blood flow to the brain, heart, and muscles. Therefore, beets are a wonderful source of energy especially for endurance athletes.

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How to Buy NuGo Bars

There are many options for buying NuGo protein bars and NuGo Fiber d’Lish bars. Here are answers to your most frequently asked questions about buying NuGo bars.

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NuGo Athlete of the Month: Kimber Mattox

Kimber Mattox runs professionally for Team Run Eugene in Eugene, Oregon, competing in the steeplechase on the track, trail races, and obstacle course races at the national and world level. She also helps coach track and cross country at the University of Oregon and teaches classes in the Human Physiology Department. In 2014, Kimber won the Warrior Dash World Championship and the Xterra Trail Run World Championship. She hopes to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Trials in the steeplechase.

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Fan of the Month: Whitney Sargent

In the summer of 2014, Whitney Sargent was researching vegan protein bars to fit her needs and tried NuGo bars for the first time. Since then, she learned that she is gluten intolerant and has become a self-proclaimed “fan for life” of NuGo Dark. Whitney is pursuing a Doctorate of Pharmacy at the University of New England, where she is captain of the Equestrian Team. She is also very active in the gym (lifting and cardio) to help supplement her riding fitness.

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10 Tips for Dining Out with Diabetes

You have diabetes, and you are like going out to eat at restaurants. If you are like many Americans, you may even dine out a few times per month. Eating out is one of life’s pleasures, and at the same time, can put a real wrench in your eating plan. Meals eaten at restaurants tend to be higher in sugar, sodium, fat and calories than meals prepared and eaten at home.

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