Paleo Hot Girl Summer on the NativePath

If summer bodies are made in the spring, winter stamina is nourished in the summer. In the warmer months, we tend to burn the candle at both ends – barbeques, midnight skinnydipping, and extra rounds of margaritas to cool off – and wonder why when the colder temps arrive we feel burnt out. I’ve noticed that heavy supplementation in the late summer of the nutrients championed by the paleo diet – high-quality protein, fish oil, collagen peptides, healthy fats, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and adaptogens pay off considerably when motivation and optimism wane during shorter and darker days.

NativePath, an Austin-based company started by a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Dr. Chad, has devised a simple system and array of supplements and snacks to keep us on the right trajectory towards health, wellness, and hotness all year long. For a high-fiber snack full of healthy fats, sans refined sugars, NativePath makes a Grain-free Granola. Chock-full of organic sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and pecans, lightly sweetened with maple syrup and bolstered by the addition of NativePath’s signature collagen peptides, it’s a perfect paleo treat.

For a green tea addict like me, my favorite collagen formula sold on their website is easily the Matcha Collagen Latte. It’s loaded with the trinity of paleo nutrients – antioxidants, healthy fat and protein. The match green tea powder is a powerhouse and provides the amino acid l-theanine for jitter-free energy. MCT Oil, the fatty acid-rich extract from coconuts helps with focus and creates a rich creamy latte. For protein, it’s not just any old protein, but grass-fed collagen types 1 & 111 sourced from pasture-raised cows for resilient joints, hair, skin, and nails.

The site also features recipes for their signature collagen products and general wellness. There’s even a recipe for Paleo Matcha Collagen Cookies. With NativePath’s Collagen formulas you can stay healthy, hot, have your cookie, and eat it too.


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