Fit Girl’s Kitchen continue sharing another one of her favorite recipes. Granola is not only a satisfying, easy to make and filling, it’s also a nutritious contribution to your breakfast. Hence, it also suits those of you who wants to lose weight. One serving is around half a cup. Enjoy and happy weekend!
Are you on a fad diet? If you’ve ever been lured in to trying the latest diet trend, you’re not alone. For many, it’s hard to separate nutrition facts from fiction, as there’s so much (often arguable) information out there. Because of this, we often rely on the “experts” for the answers. From juice fasts to high protein, people are in constant search of that magic remedy, but as the world of nutrition evolves, it seems humans are going back to the basics, and it looks like the magic lies in whole foods.
How to avoid holiday weight gain. Christmas is officially here and you know what that means: Time off and food in abundance. However, just because the holidays are here, you don’t have to let go of all the hard work you have done through out the year. If you follow these simple tips to keep in shape during the holiday season, you can avoid gaining weight and still enjoy your favorite dishes.
A brand new year is here. We have turned the page and are ready to start drawing the story of a new year. All the opportunities are yours and we are ready to guide you through the choices towards a healthier you. Our nutritionist Mariah shares her best tips for a healthier 2017.
Turmeric grows South and Southeast Asia. It’s one of the most used ingredients in Pakistani, Indian, Persian and Thailand. The roots are harvested annually and can be used in everything from cooking to medical use. It has incredibly powerful benefits and medicinal values. This is why should you start using it… Continue reading
Fats can be healthy. That’s something most us have heard but never believed. We are part of this system where in order to lose weight or be healthier, we are usually introduced to diets that are low in fat.
The problem here is that these conventional low fat diets have proven to be bad for us. Studies show that fats are not the enemy, and we should add them instead of avoiding them. One thing is certain here, our bodies need fats to work, they are its fuel.
In this post I’m going to tell you how to take advantage of fats in foods and how to use them to lose weight and get healthier.
Warm summer days with sun shining all day long?
Perhaps you feel like you need a rest and something cold to drink in the middle of the day. Then you have to try this amazing Raspberry walnut smoothie.
It’s the perfect snack on the go and it also works fine as a healthy start and breakfast – an energizing smoothie!
Honestly Healthy Food takes cooking to a new level of excitement. This Perfect Summer Fruit Salad is a great snack to cool off a hot summer day. Visit their web for more recipes and healthy variations of cakes, pancakes and ice-creams. All their recipes are Gluten Free, Wheat Free and Cow’s dairy free, perfect for you with food sensitivities! But for now enjoy this delicious fruit salad!
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There are many reasons to reduce added sugar in your diet. Added sugar makes up 16 percent of the total calories in the average American diet —that’s 320 calories for someone on a 2,000-calorie plan! Sugar creates an addictive cycle of hunger, fatigue and moodiness. It initially rises the blood sugar, causing us to feel energized and happy.
Unfortunately, since it’s lacking of real nutrition, blood sugar rapidly falls, which leaves us tired, hungry and moody. In this roller-coaster of mood swings, we reach for a quick and easy solution and what isn’t easier to reach for than a chocolate bar, a soda, cookies or donuts? Continue reading