Fitness Friday – Red, white and blue salad and burgers


Fitness Friday – Red, white and blue salad and burgers

Robbie Raugh, RN, nutritionist and fitness and wellness says, “Summer vacation, red, white and blue right. Well, we want nutritious and delicious food and since you have to eat or drink your salad every day, I want to show you a red, white and blue salad and a few other things that will help you with the holiday picnic. summer.

This salad is one of Robbie’s favorites. It’s cucumber, blueberry, feta cheese, and you can add the red with chopped tomatoes or watermelon. She says: “All I did was cut up some cucumbers, put some antioxidant-rich blueberries in, wonderful for helping fight free radicals, good for anti-aging and boosting your immune system, and then I I added some feta cheese, parsley, green onions and of course the tomatoes or watermelon if you want for the red part and just a balsamic dressing on top and you can add salt and pepper and oregano and you are ready to continue.

Robbie says if you want to grill outside, make sure you don’t burn anything because it’s not good for you. In front of her are turkey and spinach burgers so if you don’t want to eat beef she says you can eat turkey and it’s a bit healthier for you and has a lot less in it fat.

Also, she says it’s all about the buns, so what kind of buns are you going to have? Robbie says “the buns that are going to fuel and nourish your body and those are the sprouted grain buns from Ezekiel. These are high in protein, high in fiber and Robbie says they’re equivalent to eating an egg in terms of protein and what she loves about them is that they’re flourless so they don’t are not going to activate that metabolic switch that signals your body to store fat, especially in the midsection.

For more information, visit Robbieraugh.com. http://Robbieraugh.com

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