Try asking these guys where they get their protein from!
Where do these guys get their protein?? Find out on LunchBreakLIVE TODAY
with vegan athletes Ryan Nelson and Korin Sutton
making a truly Gamechangers’ brunch of Outrageous Overnight Oatmeal and Scrumptious Tofu Scramble, both packed with multiple nutrients and powerful protein! These guys are stacked with big vegan muscles! Today, they are showing us how they eat like champions too!
Don’t forget the blueberries!
With the recent release of the documentary Game Changers
, these guys are a great example of how athletes can thrive on a plant-based diet! It doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Ryan shows us how easy it is to whip up a protein-packed jar of overnight oats. It literally takes him 2 minutes to prepare it, and voila you have breakfast for the next day! If you can’t wait overnight to eat anything like Jane, you can cook your oats instead and eat them right away! Jane does just that and says the oatmeal is delicious!
Take two minutes the night before and you have a delicious nutritious breakfast in the morning!
Ryan who is from Big Horn, Wyoming actually grew up raising cattle. When he got older, he became an amazing athlete. He had great success playing football, and he even played the sport professionally. Now he owns his own gym and uses his healthy physique to advocate for vegan lifestyles and animal rights. He’s super down to earth so make sure to say hi if you see him out and about!
Jane almost got lost in their huge muscles!
Korin glides into the kitchen to show us his favorite breakfast dish to eat, tofu scramble. Korin explains it is a great protein-packed alternative to eggs. Korin shows us how we can cook tofu scramble without using oil. There is plenty of water naturally in the plants you can use when sautéing the scramble. Once the veggies are sautéed, he smashes the tofu with his big strong arms. Jane marvels at how beautiful the scramble is. It is also a very diverse dish that can be made in several different ways! Jane tries Korin’s scramble and says it’s, “Omg delicious and tastes just like eggs without the cruelty!” It’s so good she eats the entire bowl, and then blows it a kiss!
This tofu scramble has more protein than egg scrambles any day!
Korin has been vegan for over 6 years. Amazingly, he served 8 years in the military. Korin realized after his tours in combat zones that he did not want to participate in violence in his everyday life to any living beings. Korin decided to transition to veganism. When he adopted a vegan lifestyle he experienced a spiritual awakening and felt at peace with the earth and all of its creatures. Now, he is a three-time champion bodybuilder who is dedicating his life to teaching people how to stay fit on plant-based diets!
These breakfast dishes are the food of champions!
These guys are spreading the news. Vegans can build amazing muscles. There is no need for animal products! They use their incredible physiques to demonstrate how anyone can get buff on plant-based diets! They recently participated in the Olympia
bodybuilder event in September and they are also part of the Vegan Strong
team along with JaneUnchained
favorite Bill Muir
a.k.a. Sgt. Vegan
! These guys are the epitome of big strong masculine men, who are breaking all the stereotypes and proving there is nothing manly about eating meat!
Kim and Paige jump in for a shot with Ryan and Korin!
Overnight oats recipe:
• 1 cup rolled oats
• 1 cup non-dairy milk
• 1 tablespoon chia seeds
• 1 tablespoon pepitas
• 1 tablespoon maple syrup
• ½ cup berries of choiceInstructions-
Place all ingredients into a large glass container.
Cover the glass container with a lid or plastic wrap. Place in the refrigerator
overnight. Toppings can be added the night before or immediately
Uncover and enjoy from the glass container the next day. Add more milk
or water, if desired.
Vegan Tofu Scramble:
• Black Pepper
• Liquid Aminos
• Bell Peppers
This is a very fast meal hack that takes only 10 -15 mins to prep. All you
have to do is take all the ingredients together and place them in a
skillet. When it comes to measurements, I just used the whole block of tofu.
The bell peppers and onions were measured or eyed balled at 1/2 of a cup
chopped. And all the other seasonings I used I eyeballed it because
this was the flavor. And the seasonings I don’t measure for macros
because it’s significantly small and it’s just used for taste.
Cover and cook on low heat for 10 – 15 mins and your plate is done.
Experiment with the flavors until you get a taste that suits you. But
overall this is a fast meal hack that is macro-friendly especially for