February 12, 2014
FAQ: Catching Fire Guide
Where can I get the Catching Fire Guide?Right Here: http://www.dailyhiit.com/fitness-gear/guides?product_id=112
I've purchased it and am having trouble with my download.If you email your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org, he'll send you your purchase ASAP. Don't worry! Your information is still secure and your purchase is not lost!
What's in the guide?The guide includes: > Tons of brand new recipes (all gluten and cow-dairy free) > A master grocery list > A progress calendar for the 30 Day Challenge > A completed meal plan > An optional build-your-own meal plan > A portion control guide > A gluten-free/vegan/vegetarian swap out list
Can I see a sample?We've posted tons of samples on the Facebook page so that you know what to expect. There's also a sneak peak in all the challenge emails for the 30 Day Challenge!
You got it! This is one of our lunch/dinner recipes
Mediterranean Baked Salmon
- 3 organic tomatoes seeded and chopped
- 2 shallots med finely chopped
- 2 tbs of fresh Oregano
- 2 tbs of fresh lemon juice
- 2 tbs of olive oil
- Salt and fresh ground pepper for taste
- 2 Organic or Wild Salomon Fillets
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees
- In a small bowl stir together the tomatoes, olive oil,oregano, shallots, lemon and salt and pepper.
- Rinse fish and pat dry.
- Oil the parchment paper
- Add mixture on top of fish
- Fold parchment paper over the fish and seal each package by folding the edges
- Place packages on 2 baking sheets and bake for 15minAnd that's it! All the recipes are meant to be super simple and incredibly delicious!
I'm a vegetarian/vegan. Will the guide be suitable for me?
This booklet has you covered. While there is often a animal protein recommended, we have made sure to list vegan alternatives. Additionally we have incorporate quinoa, edamame and beans as well as some awesome fish recipes. Finally, all the smoothie recipes are vegan friendly. I choose vegan protein powders because it is a super easy way to incorporate more plant protein in your daily life.As long as vegans/vegetarians (and everyone else, for that matter) eat a wide variety of whole fresh foods they will easily manage to eat enough protein - not to mention other nutrients. Vegetable and grain sources of protein, with the exception of soybeans (edemame, tofu, tempeh) and quinoa (keen-wa), are not complete proteins. So you need to eat more than one in order to get the complete protein. If you want to be absolutely certain that you are getting enough protein, you should eat food combinations which form a complete protein, such as:
- Legumes + seeds
- Legumes + nuts
- Legumes + dairy
- Grains + legumes
The one thing I could do is recommend tempeh or sprouted organic tofu can be used anywhere there is an animal protein suggested. Here is a breakdown of the nutritional comparison of chicken to tempeh.
Soy tempeh: Based on 4 oz/serving Calories - 200 Total Fat - 7.5 gm Saturated Fat - 1 gm Trans Fat - none Sodium - 31 mg Total Carbohydrate - 11 gm Fiber - 3 gm Protein - 21 gm Boneless skinless chicken breast - Based on a 4 oz serving: Calories - 110 Total Fat - 2.5 gm Saturated Fat - 0.5 gm Trans Fat - none Sodium - 120 mg Total Carbohydrate - 0 gm Fiber - 0 gm Protein - 23 gm