Like many basic white girls, I am a lover of all things fall. The leaves start falling, boots and sweaters come out and people start consuming pumpkin spice like their lives depend on it. If I’m being honest, as soon as (if not sometimes the week before) September hits, I am living in a woodland wonderland of pumpkins, apple cider, and cinnamon in my heart of hearts. (At least until the eggnog hits Walmart, but that’s another story.) Continue reading “Protein-Packed Kodiak Apple Spice Muffins”
Have you ever found yourself wanting to make strides in your diet, exercise or weight loss routine but feeling like you just never have the time? Whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle or just make some changes to improve your day-to-day quality of living, time management to juggle like and incorporate fitness is a big obstacle that we all (myself included) face on a daily basis.
Do you ever find yourself wondering: “How do other people do it??” You know, not just any people. “Those people.” The ones who appear to have a million things going on in life but still somehow seem to be finding extra hours in the day to meal prep, eat their veggies, drink their water and squeeze in exercise between work, family, errands and all other craziness throughout the week. Continue reading “How to Begin Prioritizing Fitness (When You Don’t Have Time)”
If you remember my juice-centered series on the blog, you know am a big fan of Clean Juice. Their products are 100% fresh, organic, and make eating and drinking healthy deliciously easy. One of the ways they keep their menu fresh is by featuring a special quarterly menu that highlights the produce and flavors of the season.
Last month on my Instagram account, I shared a sneak preview of the new Clean Juice fall menu in my IG story. I attended Clean Juice Lexington Square’s taste testing party for VIPs and Influencers and got to sample the new season menu that was released October 1. And it. Was. Delicious. Continue reading “Clean Juice Fall Menu – Flavors, Fun & Freebies”
It’s giveaway time! Woot!
If you’ve read my post I Tried: Taking Collagen for a Month, you probably know I’m a HUGE collagen fan. It’s been a game changer since adding it into my routine and I now incorporate on a daily basis.
Male or female, any age and any level of fitness, collagen plays a vital role in your body. I firmly believe everyone can benefit from incorporating a collagen supplement. Continue reading “Collagen Giveaway”
If there’s one thing I think you can never have enough of in life, it’s chocolate. Not only is it deliciously versatile in the kitchen, but it’s also being used in some remarkable ways in the modern medical field. You may have even heard that eating chocolate every day can be good for you (which is true!). But there’s more to it than picking up any ol’ piece of chocolate (even dark chocolate) and expecting it to work health wonders. Not all chocolate is made equal.
So what kind of chocolate is good for you? How much chocolate should you eat daily? And what are the benefits of eating chocolate every day?
Let me begin by saying that I love bread. In essentially all shapes, sizes and forms; bread, rolls, muffins, bagels… You name it, I love it. But in a rather tragic turn of events, my body has decided over the last few years it’s not so crazy about gluten. Continue reading “5 Gluten-Free Substitutes for Bread and Wraps”
You might have heard the saying “a failure to plan is a plan to fail”. There’s a lot of truth in that sentiment as it applies to your nutrition. When it comes to your diet, a failure to meal prep is usually a plan to fail in sticking with nutritional goals. Continue reading “How to Incorporate Variety into Your Meal Prep & 3 Easy Recipes to Get Started”
Last week I shared a post about Clean Juice, a company delivering raw, organic products with a refreshing level of honesty and authenticity. We also discussed the benefits of cold press juice (why it’s different from pasturized juice) and why Clean Juice’s cold press cleanses are different from other juices cleanses. This week, as promised and requested, I’m sharing my experience and results from doing a 1-Day Clean Juice Cleanse. Continue reading “I Tried a 1-Day Juice Cleanse with Clean Juice”
In my last post, we took a look at how juice is made by the commercial juice industry. We cleared up that juice itself isn’t bad for you but its nutritional value and quality can greatly vary depending on how it’s made. Judging by the comments and messages I’ve received since then from readers, it was a rough week for juice lovers.
It can be a tad discouraging to discover something you thought was doing your body good might not have been so great after all. It’s also disappointing to see the dishonesty that is sometimes present within the food industry. But don’t despair, juice lovers. This week, I want to encourage you by sharing a company I’ve discovered who is striving to change the game by producing honest, high-quality juice and organic products. Continue reading “Clean Juice Lexington Square”
Growing up, I remember starting many mornings with a glass of juice at breakfast. During cold and flu season, I’d chug some OJ in hopes of boosting my immune system. And I’ll never forget that summer in high school when (for nearly eight hours) I attempted my first “juice cleanse”.
Like many people, for most of my life, I assumed that store-bought juices were a healthy way to incorporate fruit servings into my day. Sure, you don’t need to go overboard, since by the ounce juice can carry as many empty calories and sugar as soda. But in terms of getting an extra boost of vitamins, a big glass of fruit juice is a great way to do it… right? Continue reading “Is Drinking Juice Good For You?”