Print this post! These delicious gluten free pancakes are as easy as ABC….Apples, Bananas and Cinnamon. Apples are a good source of dietary fiber and vitamin C. Bananas are a good source of potassium, an essential mineral for maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function. Cinnamon helps to stabilize blood sugar. Ingredients: 2 eggs, whisked […]
Print this post! Here’s a healthy twist on traditional tacos. Spicy ground chicken (or bulgur wheat for a vegetarian version) with onions, green pepper, tomatoes and grated carrots. Ingredients: 1-2 tbsp.
Print this post! I love waking up to the sweet aroma of apples and cinnamon. Simply put the ingredients in your slow cooker before bed and wake up to a nutritious and satisfying hot breakfast.
Print this post! There are 2 main components that sports nutrition evolves around: how to fuel to improve performance and how to fuel to improve recovery. Think of food as fuel for cells, muscles, tissues and bone. Training for a marathon is a highly catabolic process. You use up a lot of different nutrients including […]
Print this post! The chia seed was once a staple food of the Aztecs, loved for its ability to sustain and to give endurance. It contains 20% protein and has 19 amino acids, with all of the essential amino acids except taurine. The name chia comes from the Aztec word for ‘oily’, which helps explain […]