1 Easy Tip To Consume More Vegetables When Traveling #LLTV

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Quick Way To Add More Greens To Your Diet

Hey Live Leaners,

How many times have I said

“Eat your greens!”

A lot. I know.

And…How many times have I heard the response…

“But Brad, I can never find healthy greens/vegetables when I travel!”

A lot x 5.0.

We all know consuming your veggies and greens are SOOO important to living lean…

But what happens if you’re crazy busy or travel a lot and just can’t find the time to prepare your food?

Does this mean you have an excuse not to properly fuel your body with the vitamins and minerals found in your veggies?

NOOOOOO’¦.

To ensure I get my fix of vitamins and minerals regardless of where I am, I take what I call, my “veggie insurance“.

As you saw in the video, when I’m travelling, I pack my greens powder with me, along with a few of my other essentials, like Kirby the Frog.

athletic greens

Take it first thing in the morning

As soon as I wake up in the morning’¦in addition to my lemon water’¦on an empty stomach’¦ I consume one heaping TBSP of greens mixed in a cup of water’¦blend if you have access to a blender, or just mix it up well’¦ and chug.

Damn That’s Good.

My greens powder helps increase my energy, health, immunity, happiness, and ultimately helps your body live lean.

The Athletic Greens I go with contains 76 healthy ingredients that are alkaline, raw, and antioxidant rich.  There are even probiotics in there.

It also contains no artificial sweeteners or preservatives.

These greens provide my body with an all-in-one insurance policy to live lean.

In my opinion it’s better than any multivitamin.  

You can learn more about this and find the exact greens powder I use by clicking here or go to my “Items I Dig” page on my website –> http://www.BradGouthroFitness.com/items-i-dig

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This is where I share all the cool fitness and nutrition products that I share on Live Lean TV.

Go check it out now and let me know in the comment section below which of these items you use as well.

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Questions For You:

– How many servings of vegetables do you get a day?

– Do you supplement with a greens powder?

 

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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.

0 responses to “1 Easy Tip To Consume More Vegetables When Traveling #LLTV

  1. yes you can. the greens powder is just a lot more concentrated (meaning you need a lot of vegetables to match the content of the powder)

  2. do you think it’s ok to throw greens into a protein shake?
    and WOW! i want my body to look just like yours.

  3. awesome video, easy way to get minerals, I use a greenstar elite juicer regularely to get my greens. kale, romaine, spinach, cuc’s, herbs, helps a lot aswell with the energy and skin from all the chlorophyll

  4. i occasionally get modelling offers but it’s not my main focus. i believe in everything natural. i’m 32.

  5. I have an use at least 3 of the items: ProGrade Protein Powder (the pre & post Workout one), Gymboss, & TRX. ProGrade is the best powder out of all my searches for quality and taste. I got the Gymboss after seeing it on BodyRock, great for interval training. And I love to use the TRX in the warmer seasons so I can workout outside by hooking it up to kids playground bars and then doing a jog or sprints in the park.

  6. Hey Brad,

    This stuff is a little on the spendy side so I was wondering if you still take a daily multivitamin too or do you think this drink would serve that purpose for daily vitamin needs? I could probably justify spending the extra money on this if I eliminated some other supplement costs. Thanks Brad!

  7. Hey Nicholas, i def wouldn’t recommend it. You can’t beat real food. This is meant to supplement…not replace.

  8. Athletic Greens are great if you are wealthy. They are super expensive. All these great things are all very expensive and as far as it goes for me they are all over charging for what you get!

  9. Hey Brad probably a silly question here but can I cut out vegetables all together and just stick with the greens drinks? I hate veggies but do not mind greens drinks. I also juice but that gets expensive. Hovering between 7-9% bf but want to get to 5-6%.

  10. damn! u have the best body ive ever seen! are you a professional fitnessmodel? And do you believe in natural bodybuilding? and whats your age (i am 38 thats why i asked)

  11. Do you think you could solely drink the juice/powder and not eat any real veggies and it would be just as good? I drink fresh squeezed veggie juice every morning but often don’t get any other veggies in theday. Curious on your thoughts.

  12. if you want to add more muscle, add in an extra 200-300 calories per day and track your results. if you notice fat gain, taper it back

  13. if you want to add more muscle, add in an extra 200-300 calories per day and track your results. if you notice fat gain, taper it back

  14. The ProGrade protein powder featured on “Items I Dig” is great. Saw it listed there and tried it – now I dig it too. Going to try the Athletic Greens as well. Thanks for all the good information.

  15. Hey Brad, I used to take the green foods along with some red foods, til i saw some ingredients in the red foods that were’t necessarily good. I do stick to the green foods though I usually mix in a scoop of vega protein with it. I’ve been doing alot of the veggie drinks for dinner lately, 2 handfuls of broccoli, 2 handfuls of mixed greens, handful of mixed berries, and a scoop of protein(all organic) it really fills me up. I started taking the nutri sea fish oil supplement, along with a multivitamin, oregano oil, vitaminD, vitamin C,and coillidal silver. I only take the coillidal silver in winter to keep me from getting sick, and so far it’s worked. I was just curious on what your tought about my supplement intake. Thanks, and thanks alot for getting back to me so quickly yesterday about the meltdown dvd question. I will be purchasing that tonight. Keeep making health and fitness fun and interesting!

    1. Hey Mike,

      Sounds like you’re focusing on a lot of the right types of supplements (ie. for overall health) and not just stimulants like so many other people these days. You may find this one greens drink supplements offers a lot of the stuff you’re already taken in one dose. That’s one of the reasons i love it so much.

  16. hey i heard u saw beside ur lemon water on a empty stomach i wanna try doing that when i wake up. what are the benifits of taking lemon water first thing in the morning on a empty stomach

  17. thank you for your reply. ive checked the link, its a pitty i live in Brazil and it only ships to Us/Canda. Will try to find an alternative on tigerfitness or something..

  18. so you basically ingest it when you wake up? any other time during the day?
    should i substitute it instead of my multivitamin? thank you!

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