No matter how you like them, it’s no secret that donuts aren’t exactly considered a “health food.” These yummy pastries are typically packed with simple carbs and saturated fat, so for the average person, they’re probably best enjoyed as an occasional treat. But we’re turning that notion on its head by taking everyone’s favorite morning treat, and reworking the recipe to create a protein-packed option that can actually be used as a light breakfast or post-workout fuel. These delicious cinnamon-sugar coated donuts don’t just have to be a treat. By incorporating protein into the mix, you can actually create a guilt free (or less) option for everyone!
More than a passing trend…plant-based diets have gone mainstream. A recent study found that, over the last 15 years, the number of Americans who report following a plant-based diet has increased from 290,000 in 2004 to a whopping 9.7 million in 2020.
This recipe makeover is the adult version of my favorite childhood snack. This one bowl recipe gives sweet, salty, and savory in every crunch. There is a balance of protein, carbs, and fat which makes it a great option for a simple and easy breakfast on-the-go. The INFINIT Cold Brew Protein Coffee gives it 21 mg of caffeine per serving. So it's like having your breakfast and morning coffee all in one! The caffeine also makes this a great snack option for when the 3 o'clock wall hits.
Here at Infinit, we love finding ways to incorporate our products in new and delicious ways. With the holidays coming up, we thought it was a great opportunity to mix up a new batch of goodies to celebrate the season. This recipe incorporates our seasonal Peppermint Mocha MUD, which helps add a little bit of extra protein for Santa this year. This Peppermint Mocha Bark is the perfect no-bake treat take to your holiday cookie exchange, or just enjoy when the mood hits!
Strength training is not just for building strength and bulky muscles. More and more studies are coming out showing that there are a wide range of benefits associated with resistance and weight bearing exercise, beyond just athletic performance. While strength and weight training has traditionally had a reputation for being a male-centric type of exercise reserved for those trying to bulk up and gain mass, it is now transitioning to a popular activity and tool used for weight loss, cross training, and overall general fitness.
No matter how much (or little) you know about nutrition, everyone knows protein is an important part of performance, recovery, and overall health! It is recommended that average adults get a minimum of 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day (or 0.36 grams per pound of body weight).1 This works out to be about 45 grams for a 125 pound adult and up to 73 grams for a 200 pound adult
Protein is an essential nutrient that is present in every cell of the body and is critical to supporting athletic training. Protein is responsible for building and maintaining muscles, and is what makes up the enzymes that power all reactions in your body that keep you going
We all know you can carve a pumpkin. But did you know that you can also carve yourself a new body by consuming pumpkin? A body that remains healthy and vibrant...thanks to pumpkin. One that you’ll be able to marvel at with improved vision because of, you guessed it, pumpkin. We’ll explain...