How would you like to indulge in holiday flavours like eggnog, candy cane, gingerbread, roasted chestnut and peppermint mocha without worrying about your waistline expanding over the holidays? Cravings for holiday goodies tend to hit hard given that temptation is all around. You might be asking – “Jen, how the heck do you stay on…Read More
This smoothie will provide you with the right balance of macro-nutrients, including protein, making it a great meal replacement.
Try replacing one meal a day with a nutrient-rich smoothie like this one. It’s a great approach to weight loss and better health!Read More
Did you know? Peppermint oil has been shown to be effective at naturally treating irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Studies show that peppermint oil reduces spasms in the colon, relaxes the muscles of your intestines, and can help to reduce bloating and gassiness. To help relieve IBS symptoms, try: Adding 1–2 drops of peppermint essential oil…Read More
Finding a good protein powder that works well for your body isn’t easy given all the crappy and unknown ingredients found in most protein powders on the market. A high-quality protein powder should make you feel good when you consume it. Protein powders should not cause symptoms like gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, lethargy, etc.…Read More
Are you looking for a healthy mid-day snack or quick pre/post-yoga/workout fuel? Try these easy to make and super delicious Almond Butter Protein Balls! These balls are soft, chewy and very satisfying given that they’re loaded with good fats and protein. They’re also super easy to make with ONLY 4 ingredients needed. Make a batch…Read More
Moment of truth…I didn’t start my smoothie adventure with a protein powder. Here’s why… In the early days of smoothie making, I had a heck of a time finding a protein powder that didn’t irritate the crap out of my gut (literally) or cause my face to break out in pimples. There were – and…Read More
Not all protein powders are created equal and it’s important to use a protein powder that makes you feel good when you consume it. Protein powders should not cause symptoms like gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, lethargy, etc. – and if you’re using one that does, I highly recommend removing it from your diet. You…Read More