incorporate these foods into your daily route, from breakfast
and lunch through dinner and dessert.
Start your morning off right with an acai bowl. Pureed or in
powder form, the berries form the base of the dish, and
additional toppings are entirely up to you — oatmeal, fresh
fruit and rice milk are the most common.
Since dulse’s taste resembles bacon, try creating a "DLT."
Lettuce, tomato and a small handful of dry dulse are layered
between two slices of bread to create a savory, protein-charged
sandwich. A shmear of mayonnaise is optional, too.
Power through your mid-afternoon slump with a simple sauteed
salad of broccoleaf. Season the stems with flavorful accents
like minced garlic, olive oil or crushed red chili flakes.
Skip the meat and opt for a vegan, high-protein dish, using
kaniwa as its grounding base. Combine the energy-boosting grain
with roasted vegetables (think bell peppers, red onion and
zucchini) and garnish with fresh cilantro and a squeeze
Blend 3 tablespoons of hemp hearts (which alone boast 10 grams
of protein) with your favorite smoothie ingredients for an
indulgent yet healthy dessert. Toss in cocoa powder, bananas and
pitted dates to further satisfy your sweet tooth.