Project Description

Rachel Yarger

Wellness and Natural Lifestyle Expert

Rachel Yarger is an award winning NPC Bikini Competitor. She is an advocate for a compassionate, plant based diet. As a vegan bodybuilder, she takes great pride in showing others that you can build muscle without animal derived products. Rachel’s passion is to inspire others to incorporate fitness and a plant based diet into their daily lives.

“People are often hesitant about converting to a vegan diet. They are afraid it will be difficult to shop, cook, and eat out. I want to show them that plant based foods are easy and delicious and can give you more energy so you can train harder.”

Rachel works full time as a director of project management in the biotech industry. When not training for her next competition, you’ll find her enjoying the outdoors, running the trails of central Texas, hiking, or kayaking. She is also an activist for for animal welfare in Texas.

Since I use protein powder several times a day to fuel my training and recovery, it’s important that it be easy on my stomach as well as taste good. Growing Naturals’ Rice Protein Powder gives me the protein I need, tastes great, and is easy to digest. My whole family uses it.

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Featured Blog

How to Make a Smoothie Bowl

May 24th, 2017|Comments Off on How to Make a Smoothie Bowl

7 Simple Egg Substitutes for Vegan Baking

May 1st, 2017|Comments Off on 7 Simple Egg Substitutes for Vegan Baking

7 Simple Egg Substitutes for Vegan Baking Don’t Eat Eggs? You are not alone.  Due to the rapid growth of people adopting a plant-based or vegan lifestyle, many more egg-substitutes are popping up on store [...]

A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining

April 14th, 2017|Comments Off on A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining

A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining It’s no secret that plant-based diets are loaded with health benefits, from helping maintain a healthier weight to warding off a plethora of ailments and diseases. But not [...]

IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected

April 3rd, 2017|Comments Off on IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected

IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected For many of us, approaching middle age can be a wake-up call when it comes to health. As we get older, adopting a healthier lifestyle is more important than [...]

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