The Warrior Way

  • Apr 23

    Cleansing Chia Kiwi Smoothie

    So fresh and so green. 🌱 Hit refresh with this Cleansing Vegan Kiwi Chia Pudding with Coconut Milk 🌰 Ingredients: 4 tbsp chia seeds 1 1/2 cups lite coconut milk 2 tsp organic raw honey (or raw agave) 4 kiwi fruits, peeled and cut in cubes 2 tbsp organic bee pollen Mixed seeds and nuts, […]

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  • Apr 13

    The Road To Boston, Part 4 (The Final Stretch)

    Never in my life would I have thought I’d seriously say, “I’m carb loading.” But here we are, one week out and I’m totally carb loading. The idea behind carb loading is to stuff your muscles full of glycogen reserves – one compound that is used for muscle fuel – so that you can run […]

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  • Apr 6

    The Road To Boston, Part 3

    “Hitting the wall” is a really big, scary actuality in marathon running. It refers to the moment in a race (usually around mile 20) when your body has used up all the carbohydrates it’s stored in your muscles and switches over to burning fat. It’s not fun…at all. On a physical level, there’s only so […]

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  • Mar 30

    The Road to Boston, Part 2

    Yes, you can train for a marathon and eat only plants and vegetables. Definitely be smart about it, but you can do it. When it came time to train for the 2016 Boston Marathon, I figured I’d dive all the way in. I was already starting from the couch and attempting to run a 26.2 […]

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  • Mar 23

    The Road to Boston, Part 1

    We’ve recruited Health Warrior team member Thomas Cadrin to share his stories and training regimen as he prepares for the 2016 Boston Marathon.  Follow us on Instagram @health_warrior  to see more photos from his road to Boston!  I will be the first to tell you that I’m not an athlete. I mean like, not a […]

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  • Feb 23

    Rosemary & Sea Salt Chia Seed Crisp Bread

    Serve with your favorite dips or eat on their own for a home made savory super food snack! Ingredients: ¼ cup of Health Warrior chia seeds ¼ cup of pumpkin seeds (pepitas) ¼ cup of sunflower seeds ¼ gluten-free rolled oats 2 tablespoons of flax seeds ¼ cup of buckwheat flour 2 tablespoons of extra […]

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  • Feb 23

    Which foods are rich in fiber?

     by Caroline Kaufman MS, RDN Fiber is a tough carbohydrate– you can rough it up, but you’ll never break it down (into sugar). Some plants are genetically blessed with strong, fiberous genes; They’re your Rhonda Rousseys’, your Serena Williams’, your Sophina DeJesus’. To learn about why fiber is so important, check out this earlier Morsel. […]

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  • Feb 23

    Article-At-A-Glance: Do Muscles Remember Pain?

      Do Muscles Remember Pain? Why Exercise at the Gym Gets Easier Each Time Daily Express Practice makes perfect Think T cells have just one job and it’s fighting infections? Not quite! Research shows that these little guys get busy helping to heal muscle damage, too. Snack smart for your heart Researchers at Brigham Young […]

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  • Feb 18

    What is fiber?

     by Caroline Kaufman MS, RDN Quickly: Fiber is a special type of carbohydrate that doesn’t break down into sugar. It has a bunch of health benefits. You should eat more of it. Fiber is awesomesauce. There are two major types of fiber, and both of them are great. Soluble fiber dissolves in water to form a gel, which slows […]

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  • Feb 1

    Parmesan Cayenne Chia Seed Crackers

    To celebrate Super Bowl 50 we will be sharing some delicious chia seed snack recipes for the big game – or any time you need a healthy snack!

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