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Allie’s Breast Cancer Healthy Recipe Guide

Allie’s Breast Cancer Healthy Recipe Guide

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS~ HEALTHY RECIPE GUIDE By: Allie Might, FMC, INHC, ATT Sometimes there’s a lot of information online that can cause one to get really inspired. That has been what’s happened to me over the past couple of weeks, especially with the topic of 

A Healthy Take on Muddy Buddies or Puppy Chow – Healthy & Helpful Tips with Melissa

A Healthy Take on Muddy Buddies or Puppy Chow – Healthy & Helpful Tips with Melissa

Uplifting the Muddy Buddies on the back of the Rice Chex Cereal. This is a Healthy snack you will not regret making for your family to snack on!

No Bake Energy Protein Bites Recipe – Healthy & Helpful Tips with Melissa

No Bake Energy Protein Bites Recipe – Healthy & Helpful Tips with Melissa

No Bake Energy Protein Bites

Created By Melissa Bistricer, MS, RDN

Are you running out the door for a meeting, appointment, or getting your kids to the bus. These bites are a perfect way to get in a quick breakfast or a snack before lunch or dinner. They are only about 200 calories each protein ball so they are perfect if your looking to lose or maintain weight and need a snack in between meals.†

They are packed with high quality nutrient dense foods such as our whey protein isolate powder to enhance lean muscle mass. If your off to the gym and need an energy filled snack grab one of these protein bites. If you need something filling they have the organic flaxseed powder which provides omega-3 fatty acids which is rich in fiber to keep you feeling fuller longer. This may help if your looking to maintain your weight! †

Yields: 13 bites 


Ingredients For Protein Bites

1 ½ cups natural creamy peanut butter

½ cup honey

1 ⅓ cups old fashioned oats (rolled oats)

2 scoops Whey Protein Isolate Powder – Vanilla 

⅛ teaspoon salt

1 tsp cinnamon

½ cup mini dark chocolate chips

2 scoops Organic Flaxseed powder 

Steps To Making The Perfect Protein Bites

  • Add the creamy peanut butter, honey, rolled oats, whey protein, salt, and mini dark chocolate chips to a mixing bowl and use a rubber spatula to mix until the batter is combined
  • Use a mini cookie scoop or a spoon to drop energy balls with a spoon onto a wax paper covered cookie sheet. They should be around 1 inch in size.
  • Roll the energy balls with your hands to form the shape
  • Place cookie sheet with the energy bites on it in the fridge for 1 hour, or until the balls are hardened
  • Transfer energy balls to a Ziploc bag and store in the freeze

You can also add in nuts, coconut, or InViteⓇ  health’s chocolate whey protein isolate powder or Cocoa HxⓇ  for an added chocolatey flavor! †

Nutrition Facts Serving: 1 ballCalories: 212kcalCarbohydrates: 20gProtein: 6.4gFat: 13gSaturated Fat: 3.7gCholesterol: 0 mgSodium: 113mgFiber: 2.7gSugar: 13.5g †

For more information or questions about the recipe feel free to contact mbistricer@invitehealth.com 


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What to Do When your Superfood and Protein Shakes Become Boring

What to Do When your Superfood and Protein Shakes Become Boring

Photo by Jose Soriano on Unsplash Making the same protein shake every morning or before your workout can get boring pretty fast. Shake up your routine by adding superfood powers like Cocoa Hx®, Greens Hx® and Collagen Hx® and InVite®’s Whey Protein Powders into these 

Wonders of Flaxseeds, By Dr. Millie Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS

Wonders of Flaxseeds, By Dr. Millie Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS

Flaxseeds, also known as linseeds, are a wonderful superfood. They are a terrific source of fiber, protein, and ALA (an essential omega-3) and contain mucilage, phytoestrogens and anti-cancer lignans. They also contain micronutrients like manganese and vitamin B1. This food is so nutritious, it is 

Featured Recipe: Tropical Reds Smoothie!

Featured Recipe: Tropical Reds Smoothie!

Photo by Tara Evans on Unsplash

nVite® Health has a wide range of smoothies and drinks to keep you refreshed and hydrated while getting all the nutrients your body needs. If you love tropical drinks, then you are going to love our Tropical Reds Smoothie recipe! It packs the essential nutrition of InVite®’s Reds Hx® superfood powder with delicious fruit juice and more!

Try it out today and let us know what you think!

Tropical Reds Smoothie

1 scoop of Reds Hx®  powder

12 oz. Pineapple Juice

½ cup Frozen Mango

½ cup Crushed Ice

Some of the beneficial components of Reds Hx® include acai, gogi, bilberry, cranberry, papaya, mangosteen and black currants. Other powerful ingredients in Reds Hx® are apple pectin, cherries, black raspberries, and grape seed extract. Grape seed extract provides your body with flavonoids called Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins, or OPCs, which have been known to have health properties that support the immune system on the skin, in the intestines, arteries and heart, when faced with challenges. Grape Seed Extract has also been shown to be protective in mediating inflammatory pathways, thereby improving circulation and reducing puffiness.

Reds Hx® continues to supply a balanced supply of food-based antioxidants such as Astaxanthin and FloraGLO®-brand Lutein for the eyes. Another ingredient called Polygonum Cuspidatum, or knotweed plant, supplies the body with 10mg of Reservatrol per serving, which is a helpful antioxidant sometimes sourced from red wine. It is renowned for its role in artery and circulatory health, as well as its ability to alter the SIRT1 gene expression. Resveratrol protects cells and organs over the long term, even for future generations. Lycopene, Vitamins C and E, Riboflavin, Fiber, and a powerful probiotic blend round out the mixture of potent antioxidants, vitamins and minerals in Reds Hx®.

Try this recipe today and let us know what you think! Leave us a comment to share your feedback!