Americans gain an average of 1.3 pounds during the holiday season that they don’t lose. While this doesn’t seem like a big issue, it can really add up over time, equating to a gain of 26 pounds over the next 20 years! Losing weight is never easy, but these tips will help you reframe your approach to ditch the pounds for good.
Sometimes you just need to fill a delicious void— I mean, health-conscious people need pizza, too! This bad boy is a complete necessity to have up your sleeve to prevent a major food slip-up when trying to stay super focused and on track. For those of you who have dabbled in the world of gluten-free pizzas and cauliflower pizzas, know that finding a base that stays together is a rare find. Well look no further; this is the answer to all your healthy gluten-free pizza base needs.
When you think of truffles, I’m sure your mouth waters but you also see a huge red “X” sign blinking and flashing telling you to avoid at all costs due to the fat and sugar content. Well, not in this case! My Chocolate Coconut Rice Truffles have no added sugar and contain less than 5 grams of fat per truffle (so I recommend 2 as a serving!)
There’s just something about doughnuts that I absolutely love! However, I don’t eat them that often because they are not exactly “healthy”…until now! My Vanilla Spice Donuts have no added sugar, only 130 calories and 6 grams of fat each; so now you can have one (or two) without a bit of guilt!
Fresh, natural whole foods provide us with an abundance of nutrients we need to stay healthy and fit. Fresh food is just fine the way it is, there is nothing good or needed in food that has been overly processed, and shouldn’t even be considered food! Fresh fruit and vegetables deliver an abundance of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants and phytonutrients that help us metabolize our foods, fight off disease, regulate our hormones and supply us with energy in the form of fibrous carbohydrat
The Atkins diet was very popular a few years ago. But today, the keto diet is very popular, especially among many professional athletes. This diet involves eating fat from different types of food in order to start producing ketones to burn more fat. We know now that a low-carb diet can force the body produce ketones and burn fat. There are many writers and athletes who recommend different protocols, but I want to describe the popular and easier way to understand how macros can be used to be in ketosis.
Doughnuts for breakfast?! Is it a cheat meal? Not in this case (at least it doesn’t have to be)! Each doughnut hole has only 60 calories, 2 grams of fat and absolutely no sugar! These are simple to make and easy to store for a great breakfast treat.
If you envy women who wear belly-hugging shirts and strut with confidence in their bikini during the summer, rest assured that you, too, can have a flat belly if you train hard and eat a diet that keeps fat off your midsection while also banishing bloating. Add the top 10 flat belly foods to your diet and you may find yourself buying shirts that are intentionally short and modestly showing off the midsection you’ve worked for.
What’s better than peanut butter and cookies? DOUBLE Peanut Butter Protein Cookies! These cookies only taste like you should feel guilty about eating them, but don’t you fret; these bad boys only contain healthy ingredients. Each cookie has 125 calories, so dig in and have a cookie …or two.
Eating the right food combinations—high protein, lower sugar and healthy fats—will help ensure your body can build muscle, recover faster and keep your metabolism accelerated. Try these five food combinations for the ultimate metabolic kick-start!
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