This month’, we sit down with professional surfer, KIND fan and inspirational model of what it means to Do the KIND Thing.
Will, as a pro surfer, what does it mean to you to Do the KIND Thing for your body?
- Doing the KIND thing for my body means taking care of it. As a professional athlete, I am constantly pushing the physical limits of my body and need to eat the proper foods in order to do so. It’s when I choose nutritional foods that I am able to perform at my best.
When did you first discover KIND and when do you find yourself reaching for KIND most?
- I travel a lot, so I first discovered KIND in an airport. It stood out to me because the ingredients were simple and natural and I was particularly surprised to see whole macadamias and almonds in a bar. Most bars dice these up to the point that I can’t even recognize them – not KIND!
I reach for KIND all throughout the day: I’ll toss a few in my bag to hold me over before lunch, snack on one later in the day before dinner, or occasionally eat one right before bed — especially the Dark Chocolate Cherry Cashew + Antioxidants.
Do you have a favorite way to eat your KIND?
- For breakfast, I like to pair my KIND with fruit smoothies. I also sprinkle KIND Healthy Grains on top of Greek yogurt with diced bananas, strawberries and a drizzle of honey to top it off.
At KIND, we try to make the world a little kinder through all we do and how we do it. Who or what inspires you to be kind?
- There is so much that inspires me to be kind. Many of my friends are involved in humanitarian work throughout the world, and their work is a constant source of inspiration. One of the ways I work to spread kindness is through my Tommy Tant Memorial Surf Classic, which KIND helps support each year.
A very KIND thanks to Will Tant for joining us as this month’s KINDAHOLIC. To learn more about him and how he stays KIND, check out his site at www.willtant.com.