Fit Fathers BlueBerry Energy Booster

1797321_10203140628265434_2122200142_nPurity! We just made a batch of our BlueBerry Energy Booster before an hour of strength training and an hour of spin class. This supplement free and protein powder free shake is complex carb based, which is the human body’s number one source of fuel.

The formula consist of 2 cups of almond milk, 1 banana, a pack of blueberries, 6 strawberries, 4 kale leaves, 2 broccoli stalks, chia seeds, flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, a small piece of ginger, 1 orange, and a few dates. All organic produce please

Your Vitamix should make 6 servings. Consume a cup an hour or two before a planned workout and immediately after. Drink clean and fuel smart!

 

Almond Delight

Smoothie_King_Fit_FathersFresh smoothies anyone? Today’s Vitamix special includes almond milk, bananas, peaches, grapes, berries, oranges, broccoli, flaxseeds, chia seeds, walnuts and dates. Sounds intensive, we know, but the recipe contains mostly every macronutrient, micronutrient, vitamins and minerals the body needs daily. Plus this clean shake will serve as an entire meal replacement. Drink Clean!

Fit Fathers Mango Lassi Delight

photoThis refreshing all fruit and natural smoothie is the perfect mid afternoon snack to satisfy your appetite and restore energy. Our mango lassi delight is also packed with protein from the chia seeds, iron from the pumpkin seeds, and omega 3 is obtained from the flaxseeds.

Ingredients

2 organic mangos    ice
vanilla extract          1 organic banana
3 dates                       flaxseeds
coconut milk            chia seeds
pumpkin seeds        mango soy yogurt

Blend well in your Vitamix or blender of choice and serve over ice. Drink clean!

Morning Sunrise Smoothie

fruit__protein_shake_healthyHow do you kick-off your morning? Hopefully with a small boost of protein and and heavy dose of complex carbs such as an energizing fruit and veggie smoothie. Protein (not much) is needed to revitalize and repair tissue cells, while complex carbs provide the body with its necessary fuel. Try our favorite morning recipe to get you and the kids going. Coconut or almond milk, ice, banana, strawberries, blueberries, chia seeds, flaxseeds, Kale, pumpkin seeds, oranges and walnuts. Blend well and let the day begin!

Drink at least 45 minutes before your workout so you can absorb the nutrients and start converting the mixture into glucose for fuel. Secondly, replenish immediately after exercising so your body can begin the recovery and healing process.