Silk Meatless Monday Night - Take the Challenge! #MeatlessMondayNight #SidelineMeat


Hey Everyone! Its Alicia Bell here from Train It Right! This post was sponsored by Silk but the opinions are solely my own and do not represent those of Silk. It has been a long wait but it is finally football season! Get ready for NFL Monday night football with your family and friends by hosting a Meatless Monday Night. Myself and Silk are inviting you to take the challenge along side of me. You can use this to kick start a family tradition, and you also can win a giveaway from when join the challenge.

Why join the #MeatlessMondayNight Challenge?


My personal reason for trying the Silk #MeatlessMondayNight Challenge is this football season is because plant based foods keep you active during sports, fitness events and day to day living. There are many benefits of plant based foods but some of the most interesting benefits have been known to include:

1. Lowering your blood pressure

2. Helping with blood sugar levels

3. Lowering your risk of developing cancer

4. Lowering cholesterol

5. Linked to weight loss

And I think those are all good reasons to increase the amount of plant based foods in my diet and so should you. For my very first Silk Meatless Monday Night #MeatlessMondayNight I plan on making a smoothie. You can make your own Silk #MeatlessMondayNight recipe or make mine. Make sure to post your photo and recipe and hashtag #MeatlessMondayNight


Train It Right's Silk Meatless Monday Night Smoothie




2 Cups Silk Almond Milk (unsweetened) Or Silk Product of Choice

1 Cup Kale

1/2 Frozen or Unfrozen Banana

1 tsp Matcha Powder

1 Scoop Vanilla Protein of Choice (I use Sun Warrior)

1 Cup Ice


Pour Silk Almond milk in first and add in all other ingredients with protein being last. Blend all ingredients into a blender until smooth. And serve with or without a straw!

Happy #MeatlessMondyNight Challenge

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This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.

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Congratulations to the Arizona Cardinals for gender equity. They have hired the first female coach in NFL history. Check out the video below. Way to go Jen because you are training it right. You are now a role model for so many women. We hope that you hold up to the high standards everyone will expect from you as a coach, a women, a role model and the FIRST to cross this NFL gender barrier. Good luck and we hope that you will have a long, prosperous and successful career.


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