These brownies are pretty amazing! Made with PB2 (powdered peanut butter) instead of flour plus cocoa powder, raw honey and chocolate chips – moist and delicious, you won’t believe they’re only around 130 calories each! Read more…
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Technically where I live is considered the suburbs, but it feels more like I live in the country because there are farms and open fields surrounding my street. A lot of my neighbors have chickens, and so we get fresh eggs shared with us all the time. There is a definite difference between fresh chicken eggs from my neighbors, and eggs I buy from the store. The yolk is bigger and more yellow, and tastes amazing! I almost always have boiled eggs in my fridge because it makes a great high protein snack or breakfast side.
Deviled eggs are just a fancier version of a boiled egg – and they are really delicious! This recipe includes fresh, sweet crunchy veggies for a super nutrient packed snack. Instead of mayo, we used Greek yogurt giving it a tart flavor, while lowering the fat and providing even more nutrition. These are definitely a power house when it comes to nutrients!
This simple slow cooker chicken taco salad is high in fiber and protein which means it’s very satisfying – all for under 300 calories. Trust me, you won’t miss the tortillas! Read more…
Whenever I go to my local health food store, I like to challenge myself and purchase something I’ve never tried before. Last week I bought a small bag of raw cacao nibs which come from the bean of the cacao plant and is rich in antioxidants, fiber and magnesium. What I was expecting when I opened the package was the bitter taste when I put a spoonful in my mouth. But after asking around on Instagram I got tons of great feedback and ideas. I realized if you combine them with something sweet, the bitterness subsides and tastes like rich dark chocolate.
Fighting the battle of the bulge can range from following a sensible diet to making ill-guided efforts that can have serious health consequences.
“People get so focused on weight loss they are willing to do unproven and potentially dangerous things that can backfire and cause serious health problems,” says Michelle May, MD, who teaches mindful eating.
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