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Fit Mom Night Cap with Benefits

Share & lose 5lbs. šŸ˜›FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+email Help your body repair & build muscle šŸ¼while you sleep with a Protein shake before bed. Secret ingredient for the best protein shakes: a frozen banana. Peel, half and freeze a dozen ahead of time. Frozen bananas make smoothies creamy like ice cream and Potassium helps prevent post workout muscle cramps. Also added: Unsweetened #chocolate baking powder, chocolate #protein powder, #Coconut #MCT Oil, water. Save

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Genius Fit Mom Food Hack: Frozen Green Pods

Share & lose 5lbs. šŸ˜›FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+emailGenius Fit Food Hack Easily extend the life of your organic greens I shop organic for leafy greens, most fruits and other vegetables. The downside to shopping organic is the produce doesn’t last longer than a day or two max. This means alot of time and money. One of my favorite things to do to extend the life of my precious organic greens such as kale

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Get Gorgeous Green Protein Drink with Kale and Pineapple

Share & lose 5lbs. šŸ˜›FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+emailSip your way beautiful! Cool, refreshing and healthy EZ way to get your greens Super simple and so delicious! I’ve made 10,000+ protein drinks in my career and THIS ONE is my favorite right now! TIP: ALWAYS keep a bag of peeled and halved bananas in the freezer. Stock up on pre cut frozen fruit: pineapple chunks, mango slices, berries… (look for fruit that is flash

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Breakfast on the Go: Tofu Protein Shake

This protein shake recipe is terrific because you can customize it to make a fruit or sweet (chocolate) protein shake. You can add any type of fruit you want. Enjoy!

POWER SMOOTHIE

Share & lose 5lbs. šŸ˜›FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+emailFit Mom Power Punch Pina Colada on Steroids This is my favorite Smoothie Power Juice recipe right now. I’ve made 1000s of protein drinks and I can;t get enough of this healthy drink.Ā  It tastes like a pina colada on steriods because it’s packed with fresh fruit, greens, coconut oil and protein. Ingredients: handful of frozen pineapple 1/2 frozen banana 1-2 cups almond milk ice 1/2

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My Milkshake is Better than Yours

Share & lose 5lbs. šŸ˜›FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+emailMy milkshake is better than yours ….la la-la la la I’ve been called the “Queen of Fitness” by Entertainment Tonight & Access Hollywood. But My friends and family call me the Protein Shake Queen! LOVE Dessert with benefits! I have to have my protein shakes ice cold. But I don’t like making protein shakes using ice. Usually the ice doesn’t get completely broken up and you

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Video Tip: Fit Mom Shots

I add this secret ingredient to my protein shakes every morning. It only takes 5 seconds…

Recipe: Green Banana Shake

Bananas are a great source of potassium; an important mineral that beats fatigue and enables the body’s enzymes to control energy production. The greens give this shake an added punch of vitamins!

Peanut Butter Cup Protein Shake: Healthy Meal or Snack on the GO

I love this Peanut Butter Cup Protein shake recipe I make, the secret is…

Recipe: Pina Colada Protein Shake

Share & lose 5lbs. šŸ˜›FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+emailHere is a delicious Protein Shake Recipe I love to make for breakfast or healthy snack. It tastes sinful, but it’s loaded with protein and fresh fruit. Pina Colada Pineapple Coconut Protein Shake Coconut Milk or Coconut Water Frozen Pineapple Chunks (Buy them at Costco or Trader Joes or freeze fresh or canned pineapple) *Secret Ingredient: 1/2 frozen banana (I always keep peeled bananas in my

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Gold Medal Fuel: 4 Ways to Add Power to Your Food

Share & lose 5lbs. šŸ˜›FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+emailPower Pancakes: Add a handful of trail mix, nuts, steel cut oats, dried fruit into your whole wheat pancake batter before you cook them. Top with protein packed Greek Yogurt, apple sauce, agave nectar, almond butter, fresh fruit or organic honey. “I make a couple dozen each week and store them in the freezer. It’s easy to reheat in the toaster and eat as you walk

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