Didn’t your mother teach you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day? Just this morning I spoke with a client about carbs, proteins and fats. She really wants to eat little to no carbohydrates to get her body to lose weight faster. BE CAREFUL! Carbohydrates are your fuel for your body for […]
4 servings Ingredients 1 lb Ground Turkey Breast meat 1 boil-in-bag bag Success Brown Rice (cooked) 1 package Knorr’s Dehydrated Vegetable Soup Chopped Spinach Directions 1. Mix all ingredients in large mixing bowl. 2. Shape into loaf in baking pan. 3. Bake in oven at 375 degrees for 40 minutes. Let cool. “Like” us […]
One pound of lean ground turkey will make four servings and these are great with an egg and low fat cheese as a breakfast on a bun on the run.
Cook at home. Homemade meals are usually lower in fat, salt, and cholesterol and higher in fiber and nutrients. When you do the cooking you control the ingredients and the cooking method. This Chicken salad is not only tasty, but a healthier fare than many mayonnaise based chicken salads.
Chocolate is made from plants, which means it contains many of the health benefits of dark vegetables. These benefits are from flavonoids. Flavonoids help protect plants from environmental toxins and help repair damage. They can be found in a variety of foods, such as fruits and vegetables.
Why do we usually train the core from the floor? Most people don’t spend the majority of their days on the floor, nor is it common to get injured from lying down or watching television.
Are you bored of your workout? Tired of working so hard for slow results? The key is to keep on- keeping on through the hum-drums and times of great discouragement.
I really enjoyed this soup. It’s quite tasty. The avocado gave it that “extra something”. I did half the recipe and still had leftovers to freeze. It is a little more complicated though, than some of the other Eating For Life recipes. It would be a great recipe to make during our cooler weather. Hope you enjoy it!
There are many factors that contribute to our weight gain. Most, we already know. But it’s not always just finding the time to exercise or choosing the right foods. It’s about commitment.
As personal trainers, we often hear our current clients and potential clients tell us they would like us to help them get “skinny”. We see and hear this term everywhere we turn.