As Special Ops Director for The Lean Berets and SFG Certified Kettlebell Instructor, I’ve done years of research and experimentation on food – what’s healthy and what’s not. So, in Act of Nutrition, I’ve decided to share a portion of my culinary experiences with you. As I mesh things together, my intent is to make dishes as tasty and eye-pleasing as possible. This is not as hard as you think once you have a sense of direction.
Several things you do not have to worry about with this literary work are half-truths, lies and deceitful wording. Not only would this cause me to get sent to the Firing Squad, but it is also strongly against the Lean Beret Code of Ethics. Watch the trailer to learn more!
When it comes to flavor, I’m no different than anybody else. In fact, if something doesn’t taste good, I want nothing to do with it. That’s the driving force behind my recipes. I develop them with foods that not only burst with nutrients, but also taste great. This is often in stark contrast to what people think. The average unknowing job snob often draws a conclusion in the sand that healthy food tastes terrible. That could not be farther from the truth. You need to stop listening to what “they” say and start listening to a Lean Beret who has tried metric tons of food and spent countless hours in a kitchen devising, revising, slicing and dicing. Think of me as a kitchen magician of sorts. As I mesh things together, my intent is to make dishes as tasty and eye-pleasing as possible.
When most people think of ‘healthy recipes’, they think of the same bland ingredients with a new twist that will inevitably fail to satisfy. Kevin’s recipes will throw that notion out the window and help you discover ways you never imagined to combine things like maca, cacao powder and yogurt to create a pie. Or better yet, take goji berries, pumpkin seeds and soy nuts to create a snack that will hold you over til your next meal.
Kevin has an insane love affair with food, and a bizarre talent for taking wholesome ingredients and transforming them into works of culinary art, that are not only simple to make at home, but delicious enough to make the mouths water of even your biggest ‘health food’ skeptic. Not to mention, Kevin has a keen sense of how certain foods will make you feel, and takes into account eating for optimal energy. You’ll never believe this until you try it!
I have had the pleasure of not only eating some of Kevin’s 5 star dishes, but also grocery shopping with him at Whole Foods Market. What a wealth of knowledge and subject matter expert on nutritional value in foods. Nothing beats the ‘Rail Mix’ for a quick high energy fix when you need output.
5 out of 5 stars in nutritional content and post energy punch.
Healthy, Tasty and Affordable!
Inertia – Having a family strong in eating ground turkey it is very important to find a recipe that is tasty as well as energy packed for a family with two growing boys. The inertia was filling as well as light enough to enjoy two servings.
Essential Triple A – Cauliflower is such an important vegetable although it can be hard for me to find ways to eat it that are not full of fat or extremely bland tasting. The Essential Triple A is a great tasting easy to get so many amazing flavors together. After eating this recipe I felt energized by the quinoa and felt like I could have eaten it for lunch and felt full and ready to train. Peanut Butter Fluff- WOW is all i can say!! As my family are endurance athletes we crave sweets. i am reluctant to buy and make desserts as they are usually packed full of chemicals and anything nutritious. This recipe hits it all! it has nutritional ingredients as well as the sweetness that we crave.
The master mind movie mix and the Rail mix are also such a great tasting way to get nutritional snacks that satisfy not all crunch, salt but sweetness without comprising an organic and healthy lifestyle.
Fagioli – I was surprised by the combination of edamame and pasta. my kids and i love edamame and have tried to figure out ways to put them together. this recipe has not only helped with a family staple meal but it is also so incredibly easy to make. The edamame becomes soft enough to match the texture of the pasta. It’s amazing how much energy I had after eating this as well as the Essential Triple A and the Inertia.
I would rate all recipes with a five star rating as a five for several reasons. Each recipe was able to address health and taste without breaking the bank.
I really enjoyed being able taste different recipes that I can take along to parties, movies, bbq’s, as well as make for my family with satisfied tummies.
Another reason why I would rate this at the top is that every recipe gave me energy as well as made the energy a steady state and not how chemicals or other sweets give you a high and a low. As much as people are afraid to give the organic lifestyle a try due to financial reasons or the flavors, these recipes were able to eliminate all those fears.