I love the 21 Day Fix meal plan. It doesn’t completely restrict you from eating what you love, and it helps with potion control. It definitely takes some planning ahead, but if you take the time to plan your meals each week it is totally do-able. Don’t get me wrong I’m not always perfect with… Read more »
Whether you have a gluten allergy or sensitivity, or you just wish to avoid gluten, finding treats to satisfy your munchies can be hard. Here are some great gluten free goodies that you will love!
If you’re anything like me, lunch is the hardest part of the day. You’re going, going, going and then you have to stop to eat lunch. Here are ten quick, easy and healthy lunch ideas for your crazy schedule.
Quinoa is a “super grain” on the market today. It’s packed with protein and it’s gluten free. Most people cook it up as a rice substitute but did you know that there are a plethora of ways to incorporate this little grain into your diet? Take a look at these quirky quinoa uses!
Move over Acai, there’s a new superfood on the market! Although Kale has actually been popular for a few years now, it can be hard to find delicious ways to get this iron rich food into your diet. Take a look at some of these great ways to use Kale!
You can never have enough green smoothie combinations. It’s a great way to get your daily dose of fiber, iron and vitamin D. All it takes is a handful of leafy greens, a pinch of your favorite fruit and a dash of liquid to blend it all together. Here are some great green smoothie mixes… Read more »
Carbs are good for us. Our bodies burn them for energy and they are delicious. However, too many carbs is just not good for us. So, here are some low carb meals that you’ll love.
Raw veggies may not be your favorite go-to snack, but maybe if you prepare them the right way, they can be! I am excited to try some of these!
Have you started a diet or made a commitment to eat healthier? Before you flush out the fat-free aisle at the grocery store, make sure you know what a “non-fat” or “fat-free” label really means. It’s up to you to become educated and make the best health decisions rather than be told by food producers… Read more »