Why the Standard American Diet Causes Fatigue


Starting your day with cereal, a convenient but processed starch low in protein, vitamins, and minerals, lacks plant-based fats critical for sustained energy and stable blood sugar.

Overnight oats! Check out my simple recipe that I use with all of my athletes including the pros.

KB’s PB & J Overnight Oats

This overnight oats recipe is rich in flavor and protein, perfect for fueling active individuals. Easy to prepare, it's a favorite among elite athletes and busy parents.

1 cup rolled oats 1 TBSP chia seeds 1 cup unsweetened almond milk 2 TBSP favorite nut butter 1 TBSP organic strawberry jam 30 g scoop of protein powder



In one medium-sized bowl: Add all ingredients Stir for 1-3 minutes Cover and place in the fridge to rest overnight Wake up, give a quick stir once more, and enjoy a balance breakfast

Recipe Notes

In one medium size mixing bowl: ProTips: This recipe makes 2 servings and can sit in the fridge for about 3 days. I prefer to eat it cold but you can certainly warm it up.


Sandwiches are a fan favorite across the board because of the grab-and-go factor. BUT, yet again, with this option, we are riding the processed food train.


Choose brown rice for quicker dinners. Pair with sauce, veggies, and lean protein. Invest in a rice cooker for easy prep; add rice, run errands, and return to a ready meal base.



Eating minimally processed yet convenient food isn’t as hard as most people make it out to be. Hopefully, you are starting to see the light and if not stay tuned.