I don’t often talk about supplements because well, I never thought I would be “old” enough that I would really understand and/or feel the NEED to take them. I started taking a prenatal supplements during my first pregnancy and then while nursing. I then started to live on coffee and decided I should probably continue... Continue Reading →
Carbohydrates. A tabu word in the health and fitness world today. Sadly the wide spread dislike of carbohydrates does not differentiate and thus ALL carbohydrates are given a bad rap.
Do you need more energy...
Just to get through the day?
To get through a workout
To balance your events of the night before?
Is your nutrition ZAPPING your energy stores?
Eating Organic on a Budget
"Organic" is more then just a word that means foods cost more in the grocery store, but is the expense worth it? The truth behind organic foods and time saving ideas to purchase them on a budget.
Ingredients: 1.5 cup Reds Gluten-Free Pancake Mix 2 tbsp Coconut oil (melted) 2 large eggs 1/2 cup Grass Fed Vanilla Protein 1/4 cup Chia seeds 1/4 cup ground flaxseed 1 cup farm fresh blueberries Strawberries & Bananas (optional) Directions: In large mixing bowl combine pancake mix, coconut oil, eggs, protein powder, chia seeds, and... Continue Reading →
Breakfast should be easy. Prepare ahead of time and be ready to go. Quick and healthy, with a balance of protein and vitamins. Enjoy.
After waking up this morning congested, head stuffy, and my eyes wanting to stay shut for days, it only made sense to talk about inflammation. I laid in bed with the familiar sinus pressure I had not felt in some time. For those of you, like myself that suffer from allergies, you likely know exactly... Continue Reading →
Wondering what to do with your extra zucchini from the garden... THIS is amazing! "The homemade sauce is to die for!" Ingredients: 1 lg. package corn tortillas shredded (dark leaf) greens (optional) 1 medium tomato diced (optional) Avocado slices (optional) Green onions chopped (optional) 2-3 tbsp olive oil Filling: 1.5 pounds chicken (diced or strips)... Continue Reading →