Dining in a restaurant is a great way to socialize and catch up with friends. Whether you go out to eat once a month or once a week, it is possible to eat healthy and make good choices. Follow these quick tips and tricks to eating guilt-free while out to eat!
Come lunchtime, do you know what to eat to help keep your energy levels up and your metabolism fired up until your next meal? Skip the drive-through, going out for lunch or delivery and try these quick and healthy high-protein lunch ideas for weight loss.
A lot of people ask me, “How do you have so much energy all of the time?” Many assume that my energy comes from caffeine, but they are wrong.
Not only is cauliflower delicious, but it’s also a very good source of vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B2 and more. Here are the top five benefits of cauliflower and why you should be including it in your diet:
Typically when I write my recipes, I will just list a generic whey, casein or blended protein in the ingredients. However, every once in a while I come across a protein that I just can’t help but mention and Jamie Eason’s signature protein line has led me to do just that! Enjoy!
Tired of the same old chicken and broccoli? Just because you eat healthy, it doesn’t mean it needs to be boring or the same every day. There are endless combinations of meals— you just need to be creative and inspired. The perfect power bowls will combine protein, complex carbs, veggies and healthy fats. Use these easy steps to build a healthy protein power bowl to help meet your nutrition needs and fuel your muscle building and fat burning.
In the back of the produce section, hidden behind sections of beautiful bright, shiny vegetables, in an array of eye-popping Crayola-crayon colors, there’s an unassuming, misshapen dusty-looking vegetable that can catapult your training and support heart and artery health at the same time. Consider beets nature’s perfect sports and heart-friendly food wrapped up in one sweet— though unusual looking— package.
Typically, coconut shrimp dishes are fried and battered in tons of oil and excess flour and served with sugary dipping sauces. My version of coconut shrimp is baked with NO oil and no flour and served with a sugar-free dipping sauce! It has less than 10 grams of fat per serving.
You know you need protein, but do you really know how much? Protein is an essential need when it comes to building muscle, maintaining muscle and building strength, but if your diet is falling short on protein, you could be left weak and flat with little muscle gains. Read these four signs that your diet is falling short on protein.
The first time I went to America, I overloaded on peanut butter cups— I even brought back half a suitcase for all my friends back home to try! I kind of wish I hadn’t, as they are super simple to make and this healthier version tastes just as good as its inspiration.
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