Super Green Spirulina

Super Green Spirulina

Spirulina is a natural “algae” powder that has a high concentration of protein and iron making it terrific for women who suffer from iron deficiency anemia, who may be pregnant, after surgery or anytime your immune system needs a boost. (As always, consult your doctor first!) 

This shake is a good source of antioxidants and vitamins that'll aide in the digestion of fats and proteins. Garnish with Chia seeds for a punch of added fiber and omega-3 fats!

Turkey Sausage & Alfredo Zucchini Noodles

Turkey Sausage & Alfredo Zucchini Noodles

If you don't already have a spiralizer, now is the time to invest in one. You can find a variety of them, here. 

Zucchini spaghetti is the perfect low-carb substitute for the real stuff and can be the foundation of a great, gluten-free meal.

We love this recipe with just a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and freshly pressed garlic but why not live your richest life and give the alfredo sauce a try? 

Ja-Maca Me Feel Good

Ja-Maca Me Feel Good

Happy hour drinks turn into poor food decisions?

Don't give up on your nutrition plan but give in to this powerhouse SENS Fitness shake!

Maca powder will boost your mood, relieve stress & anxiety, is ideal for mental clarity and improves blood circulation. Turmeric & cinnamon also reduce inflammation.

BONUS if you like piña coladas , this is a great way to get your mind & body back on track! 

Mediterranean Pearl Couscous 

Mediterranean Pearl Couscous 

Couscous is rich in fiber and will strengthen your bones and muscles. 

While it may be carbohydrate rich remember that carbs are the main source for energy in our body.  

It's loaded with vitamins and minerals that can help maintain normal blood pressure (magnesium & potassium), aids in the production of red blood cells to prevent heart disease (folate), it improves circulation and builds a strong immune system (selenium). 

Kale & Quinoa Salad with Feta, Walnuts & Citrus Dressing 

Kale & Quinoa Salad with Feta, Walnuts & Citrus Dressing 

Kale me, maybe? Dressed to Kale. Kale'd it.

You're probably over the kale-kraze by now but we aren't and here's why you should either give it a try or continue kale-ing yourself with this low-calorie, nutrient dense leafy green.

High in iron, fiber, anti-oxidants, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, one cup of kale contains 33 calories, nearly 3 grams of protein and 0 grams of fat. That has us saying, oh KALE yeah!