Body IO® FM #20 | Alex Navarro and Mary Gines


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What does it take to transform a recipe to ultra low-carb? What are some quick and simple ULC recipes anyone can make?
We invited the creators, Alex Navarro and Mary Gines, of Transforming Recipes to chat about how easy it is to cook low-carb as well as how they go about creating new recipes. We also talk about some of the hit and misses they’ve had when trying out new recipes.
Alex Navarro is a nationally-renowned personal trainer, fitness competitor, and nutrition programmer utilizing The Carb Nite Solution® and Carb Backloading™ protocols. Former national-level NPC bikini competitor and professional model,
Mary J. Gines earned a BFA in digital media from San Jose State University and a Master’s Cert. in Online Marketing from the University of San Francisco.
To learn more, please visit:
1. Alex and Mary’s Website
Transforming Recipes is available from the Body IO™ products page or on the link below:
2. Get the cookbook!
2. The Ultra-LowCarb Dessert Book is now available! Get it here!

 

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Physicist turned nutrition and performance scientist. Currently considered one of the industry’s leading experts on human metabolism.

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  • I can’t get to the goodies on your site from my work laptop but will try from home. i’m looking forward to following alex/mary as they help transform my eat regime.

  • Hi there, thanks so much to all of you for your hard work in everyway. I just recently bought carb nite and love it. I am interested in healthy, organic foods mostly, but I am very confused about sucralose. It is hailed as a toxic poison in the natural, green food industry and you seem to be fie with it. Why would they not want us to consume it? Thanks everyone! I love to workout to these podcasts!

  • I can’t find the GNC PM vanilla caramel protein powder you recommend in some of your recipes in the CNS. What else do you recommend to use in its place?

    • That product was discontinued. Just about any Whey protein powder will do, though finding the caramel flavored ones might be difficult. Vanilla flavored Whey protein powder can substitute for those recipes and they are easier to find.

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