Eating at restaurants can be quite challenging when you’re working to clean up your diet. Just because you’re trying to eat healthy doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the good things in life like dining out with friends. All it takes is a little structure and you can enjoy a delicious healthy meal at one of
Guacamole is one of those foods that can be paired with just about anything. I don’t know about you but I can eat this delicious food with a spoon! Mmm, my mouth is already watering just talking about it! Okay, let’s get started with one of my favorite recipes, shall we?
Gluten is the part of the grain that keeps the dough sticking together during the baking process. It’s mainly found in wheat, barley, oats and rye (if you read any of these ingredients on a label it contains gluten). Gluten-rich flour is widely used in the food manufacturing industry as a cheap cost-efficient thickener.
Quinoa (kin- wah) is a grain like crop that originated in the South American region, where it was successfully domesticated for human consumption for over 4 thousand years! There are literally hundreds of ways to prepare quinoa, but after many trial and errors I finally found a perfect and simple recipe that will make your quinoa taste delicious
Coconut water not only taste delicious, it’s also packed with the essential electrolytes needed for bodily functions. When you have an intense workout your body loses most of the electrolytes through sweat, specifically sodium and potassium. The natural beverage contains roughly 600 milligrams of potassium per serving which is almost twice the amount in a banana!
Magnesium is an important mineral for preserving your body’s youthfulness. A lack of magnesium in the body can leave your cells to become more vulnerable to damage by free radicals, which can also increase the ageing process. Unfortunately in today’s world majority of people in the west are magnesium deficient and don’t even know it,
A fantastic Brazilian dessert recipe that is easy to make and delicious.
These quotes are from some of the greatest minds that ever lived. Many of these you will find resonate well with you and are in fact brilliant.
Fermented foods are quickly gaining popularity. Reason is, because they are an excellent source of probiotics. Probiotics help promote good digestion and good bacteria in the gut. Make sure you include these foods in your diet. Miso This fermented soybean-based product is rich in probiotics because it’s made with a “starter” of lactic acids. Miso
I love crossing stories like Anna’s, this is an excellent interview with great a great description of her personal journey. Check out this inspiring story and get inspired! 1 – Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you accomplished. My name is Anna. I’m from Wisconsin and work as Student Advisor in Higher
A fantastic smoothie recipe that I like to make myself every morning. Very simple ingredients that pair nicely together to give long lasting energy throughout the day. Morning shakes are amazing for flushing out the body and replenishing it with nutrients and important vitamins. Have one of these shakes every morning and see the benefits
If you’re trying to lose weight and are not sure about what foods you should be eating, make sure these 5 foods listed below are part of your daily diet. You will be amazed at how beneficial they really are when they are added in your diet. Hummus Hummus is one of those side dips
This weeks circuit will be an incredible ab routine that will help you get the abs you’ve always wanted. Do this 3 – 4 times a week for optimal results!!
The other day I had Simon, a massage therapist, personal trainer and martial artist join me on the podcast to talk about a wide spectrum of interesting ideas. Crazy topics like aliens and Bigfoot were not excluded from the mix. Hope you enjoy!
Flexibility and mobility is decreasing rapidly for most people. Whether it’s sitting for hours on the computer, driving around or lying down our muscles are not being used the way the are supposed to. When muscles aren’t being used they become stiff and tight limiting mobility and flexibility. It is super important to warm these