Wednesday, March 9, 2016

How I “Get It Together” With My Diet

MG_4031.jpgGood morning! I receive a lot of questions from readers related to weight loss, so I decided it was time to write a post about what I do when I want to “get it together” with my diet and lose a few pounds. I generally eat healthy, but there are plenty of times when I have a […]

from Carrots 'N' Cake

This creamy avocado

This creamy avocado banana smoothie helps your heart — and your waistline; 272 calories via Healthy Juice Recipes

Should You Be Getting More B Vitamins?

When it comes to obtaining sufficient amounts of certain micronutrients, you’re hyper vigilant. Magnesium? You’re eating spinach, throwing back magnesium glycinate, and adding Trace Mineral drops to your water. Iodine? You’re making dulse “bacon.” To bask in the holy triumvirate of vitamin K2, vitamin D3, and vitamin A, you’re willing to eat fermented cod liver […]

from Mark's Daily Apple

The Health Benefits of Tart Cherries

Tart cherries are available year-round and provide many health benefits.

from Healthy Eats – Food Network Healthy Living Blog

Importance of the Midfoot in the Squat

Written by: Kevin Cann I love the squat. This exercise to me is the single most important exercise one can do in their training program. Now, this does not mean that we should see everyone throw a bar on their back, sit down and stand up with it. The squat has many different variations whether… Continue Reading

from The Paleo Diet – Robb Wolf on Paleolithic nutrition, intermittent fasting, and fitness

Cottage Cheese Deviled Eggs

Foodblog (11 of 13)Deviled eggs are one of my all-time favorite picnic foods!! Gosh I could eat 10 of them, but they are always the first food to go. How many times do you get to a picnic only to find the deviled egg tray empty? Such a bummer. A good solution: make them yourself at home for […]

from Kath Eats Real Food

How To Poach Eggs

Poaching eggs is not an easy skill to master. But there are some tips and techniques you can use to help. The rest is just practice, practice, practice. Here’s what I learned in culinary school:… Read more →

from The Gracious Pantry