The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming. With all the freshness that springs has to offer, it also comes with a hefty price to pay for all of those who suffer from allergies. In this article we discuss the two most important nutrients for allergy suffers.
With spring time around the corner and summer on the horizon, we've put together a refreshing and nutrient-rich vitamin spritzer recipe that you can make all year long. It's free of alternative sweeteners and unnecessary ingredients and loaded with plenty of fresh fruits and natural sweetness. Not to mention, it's incredibly easy to make and something the entire family can enjoy!
One of the best ways to start your morning is with a high-protein breakfast! Not only will it fuel your day with the energy you need, but a breakfast that is high in protein, fiber and nutrients keeps you feeling satisfied all morning long!
High Protein Fruit & Yogurt Parfait
- Vanilla Greek Yogurt
- 1/3 C Protein Granola
- Optional: cinnamon, honey
Place 1/2-1 cup of Greek yogurt in a bowl. Top with freshly cut, organic berries. Add protein granola and your favorite toppings! Enjoy!
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Vitamin D, commonly known as the "sunshine vitamin", is something we’re constantly hearing about these days. Vitamin D, which is actually a hormone rather than a vitamin, is so incredibly crucial to your overall health. Because we don’t absorb adequate amounts from our food or the sun, it is more important than ever that you supplement with additional vitamin D on an everyday basis.
B-12, similar to the other B vitamins, helps your body to convert carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy that your body can use for fuel. Supplementing with vitamin B-12 is also used to help prevent nutrient deficiencies by filling in the gaps if your diet does not offer sufficient amounts daily.