These are a healthy, all-natural cookies with no added sugars! A great quick snack for children and adults. I put a little variety in the recipe...you can choose to add protein or no protein! Ingredients:2 ripe mashed bananas2 cups oats OR 1 1/2 cup oats & 1 scoop vanilla protein powder1/4 cup canola or olive oil1 tsp ground cinnamon1/2 tsp salt1/4 cup natural unsweetened applesauce
June is fast approaching and that means we are halfway through the year. How are you doing with your new year's resolutions? Have you forgotten them? Do you feel like you have botched up and don't even want to try any more? Don't give up and don't quit. Take an hour or so and go to your favorite place and take another look at your goals. Are they attainable? Are they realistic? Are they specific? Are they measurable? Do you know how you can put them into action today?
I realize we are all going to eat and drink more than we should this weekend. Me included. We have all earnt some time off this weekend. However do this to help minimize the damage.
1. Start your day with a high-protein, high-fiber breakfast each morning. This will keep you full for a long time and just hopefully you big out less the rest of the day.
The other day we got into a discussion about twists iin one of my classes. (That does seem to be what drives this blog.... a question or just something interesting in class about which I find myself musing). I do not intend to do a detailed anatomical analysis, or literature review of research on twists, but I would like to make some general points on why one might wish to do them, and what are some things to think about in practicing them.
National Posture Institute News: Vitamin D proven to boost energy -- from within the cells. Vitamin D is vital for making our muscles work efficiently and boosting energy levels, new research from Newcastle University has shown. A study led by Dr. Sinha has shown that muscle function improves with Vitamin D supplements which are thought to enhance the activity of the mitochondria, the batteries of the cell.