Eating Healthy

Orange Dreamcicle Smoothie Recipe

Orange Dreamcicle Smoothie

Orange Dreamcicle Smoothie This is a great refreshing summer time smoothie. Use as a meal replacement or after a hard summer work out to replenish electrolytes and soothe achy muscles. I have 2 versions of this smoothie.  A quick on the go option and the second if you have more time and a blender Quick Orange Dreamcicle Smoothie 8 oz coconut almond milk (or milk of your choice) 2 heaping teaspoons of Orange Shaklee Performance 2 scoops Shaklee Vanilla Protein (either 180, Energizing soy or Vitalizing protein) Mix in a shaker cup or mason jar If you have a blender or NutriBullet  Add… a 1/2 to whole frozen banana (sliced and put in freezer the night before) This will make smoothie thicker and add some more calories if needed. Enjoy!

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Chocolate, Raspberry Delight

Chocolate, Raspberry Delight

Chocolate, Raspberry Delight Recipe This is another “Eat Your Smoothie” Recipe. Ingredients: Siggs Raspberry Greek Yogurt – 1 Container 1 scoop Shaklee 180 Chocolate Smoothee Mix 1 TBS Milk (Cashew, Rice, Almond…whichever is your favorite) Several Frozen Red Raspberries 6 Chopped Pecans Directions: Mix Yogurt, Smoothee Mix and Milk in bowl. Sprinkle Frozen Raspberries and Pecans on top. Optional: You can add a drop or two of chocolate Stevia for a richer, chocolate flavor. Calories: 250 Protein: 23 grams Great for a breakfast or light lunch! Add a salad for more of a meal.

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Healthy Travel

Sunset Plane

I have done more traveling than normal this summer. A week at camp, another one in Haiti and this morning I head out for a conference in Australia, with the use of Sydney RV rental my trip will be so much easier, I’m not usually the kind of person that travel a lot, those who have money for travel every vacation and have big pools and find systems for maintain your pool, etc.  I thought I would share some of the things I do keep in a healthy routine while I travel. Whether you are traveling across your state, across the country or across the world, traveling always seems to include more stress, less sleep, different foods, fast food choices, change in exercise routines and exposure to more germs. All these things can weaken your immune system and increase your chances for getting ill. Here are some tips to help…