The current trend toward low-carb diets has given fruits a bad reputation. Fruits are naturally high in the sugar known as fructose. As a result, some argue that a diet high in fruits can have negative impact on our diet and our wellbeing. In fact, many hardcore low-to-no carb dieters actively avoid fruits. Ideally, these individuals prefer to get their vitamins and nutrients from vegetables Read More.
If you do have a sweet tooth like me, you will love this recipe. It's really easy, it requires very little amount of time and no baking is required. Besides that, you won't feel bad about eating cookies for change, because these are gluten free, packed with protein and the sweetness comes from dried berries and tiny bit of agave. What's also great about these Read More.
Considering our bodies are made up of mostly water, most of us know that proper hydration is essential for our wellbeing. Interestingly enough, as newborns we are 75% water. As adults, our bodies end up being around 55-60% water though that number decreases as we age. It goes without saying then that drinking enough water on a daily basis is necessary, especially when we’re sweating Read More.
It's been already well over two weeks since I've been on my 30 day vegetarian challenge and I have to admit that it hasn't been as easy as I thought it would be. I have failed so far only once on our fish Friday night when I couldn't take watching Jesse eating the beautifully seared Salmon. So I accepted a little piece from Jesse's dinner Read More.
Do you have cravings for something sweet, but don't want to sabotage your healthy diet and training? It happens to me a lot, so I always try to come up with recipes that would satisfy my cravings without making me feel bad. One of them is my Sweet Salad Recipe that I'm sharing with your today! Doesn't it look amazing? It tastes Read More.
I'm so excited and honored to be able to share these amazing, post-workout Lorna Jane healthy recipes with you! These are recipes from her book, More of the 'Fit Woman's Secrets', and if you haven't read it yet I encourage you to do it! It's very inspiring and motivational, I couldn't put it down! Lorna Jane is one of my favorite activewear designers and overall fitness-inspiration. Read More.
I hope you will enjoy my Healthy Pasta Recipe that I made the other day as part of my 30 day vegetarian diet challenge. The pasta is made out of Quinoa and Brown rice, which means that this recipe is gluten free, but you won't be able to tell the difference. Quinoa is my favorite grain because it's much higher in protein than any other Read More.
My one month vegetarian challenge that I'm currently enduring is kind of forcing me to come up with new recipes and meals, which is fun and exciting but also a little time consuming. It does take time to find recipes that include the ingredients that are within your reach, and budget. Not only that, you have to also make sure that the recipe itself is Read More.
Hi guys, I decided to try one month of vegetarian diet and see if it's something that I would want to stick with. I am a big meat eater, and I have tried vegetarian diet only once before and it didn't last very long. The reason why I want to do this is because I don't want to be supporting anymore the cruel way of Read More.
If you want to treat yourself with something delicious without sabotaging your workouts and setting yourself up for a guilt trip, you may want to try my favorite Shrimp and Asparagus Salad. It's very light, simple, and healthy dish that you can enjoy for lunch, dinner, or both. I had this salad for lunch, and because the 1/2lb of Shrimps with a whole bunch of Read More.