Today I will be sharing a recipe from my gourmet nutrition book. The total cooking time for this meal should be 8 minutes. This is a great recipe to pair with any post workout meal or can be used as a snack. You will receive 36 grams of protein, 8.4 grams of fat, 0 grams of carbohydrate, 0 grams of fiber, and 0 grams of sugar. Go ahead and try this recipe out, if you enjoy it be sure to share it with family and friends. Ingredients:Sirloin steak 6oz(sliced)Salt 2 pinchesPepper 1 pinchOlive oil sprayFresh Garlic(minced) 1 tsp
Good morning everyone I'm back with one of my favortie snacks and can't wait to hear some reviews on todays recipe. This recipe comes from the ufcfit nutrition manual and serves as the perfect snack in between meals. The snack will have you feeling full while providing a good source of protein, carbs and fiber. You can take this with you to work, pack it in your kids lunch, or make for some friends while at home. Hope you all enjoy this nutrient dense snack!Ingredients:1 whole apple, sliced2 tbsp. almond butter Directions:
Have you noticed as Spring becomes prevalent you decide you no longer need to be vigilant about your immunity; just after relaxing with a nice ahh a cough and/or sniffles begin? If your under the weather and need more then spring greens to feel better, try this recipe.
Place in pan...
thin covering of water (in place of oil – research indicates heated oil becomes carcinogenic)
Chopped (use blender if desired):
onion (quercitin - anti-inflammatory)
I normally post once a week as I like to mull things over and do not want to post just to increase the total number of words I churn out. However, this is something I really wanted to share. I just watched a segment of the Dave Rubin Report. He was talking about some additives in commercial food, and I was so surprised (and I do not surprise easily about what big food will do) I had to look for some other sources.
If you enjoy eating spicy foods you're in luck. Besides being delicious, spicy foods have been shown to increase metabolism. That doesn't mean you can cover your junk food in hot sauce and make it healthy. Just eat healthy and add a little spice to it. Better Body, Better life!
If you've kept up with the workings of the food industry this past week, then you're likely to have heard that Whole Foods, the most popular chain of organic grocery stores in the United States, is dropping Chobani yogurt products from its offerings.