Category Archive: Meal Tips

Oct 07

Chocolate Protein Fudge using Jamie Eason’s Natural Whey Protein

  I like to make treats using protein powder because it balances out the sugar and carbs. This recipe combines two of my favorite things – chocolate and peanut butter!  And even better – it’s a one bowl recipe! How easy is that? I know everyone has their favorite protein powder to use, and in …

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Oct 05

October Unprocessed Recipe Hookup

This month we are following the October Unprocessed Challenge by Eating Rules. Below are some links I think you will find helpful in terms of how to stock your pantry, shop on a budget and plan your menus. Trying to figure out what to cook 7 nights a week can be daunting – but it …

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Oct 01

October Unprocessed Challenge 2014

  Today begins the October Unprocessed Challenge! Have you signed up? You can do that over at Eating Rules. They also have tons of articles and recipes to help you eat “not from a box” -oh, that was bad! I love the summer, it’s my favorite time of year, but with all the traveling and …

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May 16

Post Workout Recovery Fueled by Vega Sport

I believe in nourishing your body properly and when I train hard, I know to recover properly I need a good post workout meal. During strength training we are causing trauma or injury of the cellular proteins in muscle. This prompts cells to begin a cascade of events leading to muscle repair and growth. In …

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Aug 27

Beyond The Toast Crusts- Quick, Healthy, Breakfasts to Take Care of Mom Too

I’m not a mom, but I know what it’s like to be in a hurry to get breakfast and get out the door. Megan Flatt, Nutritionist, Pre and Postnatal Fitness Expert and a mom has some great quick and healthy breakfast ideas. She’s also giving a free workshop to help mamma’s find their groove. I …

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Apr 19

5 Tips for Healthier Cooking

When it comes to eating healthy, how you prepare your foods is just as important as what you buy. For example, did you know that cooking tomatoes made the nutrient lypocene more readily available to be absorbed by your body? Or that some vegetables are fat soluble, meaning our body absorbs their nutrients better if …

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