All posts tagged: healthy eating

5 Simple Ways to Eat Healthy During Quarantine

5 ways to eat healthy while you’re working from home and always walking by the kitchen.😅Simple meal prep hacks-Boil 10 eggs 🥚 and use them in salads, quick snacks or to make an protein packed egg salad sandwich.🥗 Prep chicken breasts with a drizzle of olive oil, diced garlic salt and pepper and dice them up to use in salads throughout the week..Fill your fruit 🍎 baskets with a variety of choices so you’re reaching for apples, peaches, and avocados 🥑 before you’re searching for processed snacks in the cabinet. I leave tomatoes, and mini peppers out on the counter so I can snack on them in between meals..Think Protein! 🍗 Include a source of protein in every meal you eat. For breakfast add your favorite nut butter to your waffle or toast. Snacks can be protein bars, low sugar yogurt, protein shakes, or hummus with veggie chips..Hydrate 💦 with your 8×8 (8oz. of fluids 8x/day) And if you’re tired of water, infuse your water with lemon 🍋 , fruit, or mint. I’ve been into …

5 Energy Boosting Foods

Every day we make dozens of choices when it comes to how to fuel our body. We can choose to consume foods that have energy boosting powers or we can choose to eat processed foods that cause our energy to plummet and crash. While there’s no such thing as “super foods” (outside of the marketing world) there are definitely foods that deliver a big punch when it comes to nutrients and minerals. Let’s explore some foods that you can add to your diet to help boost your energy so you can thrive throughout your day! Eggs According to a 2009 study in Nutrition Today, eggs provide a sustainable source of energy that can benefit endurance athletes, and help with weight control. One egg provides 6 grams of protein and is rich in nutrients including: B vitamins, folate, and thiamin. They also provide 9 essential amino acids that aid in the delivery of glycogen to muscles. The doctors in the Nutrition Today study emphasized the importance of eating eggs in the morning to help with satiety …

How This Fitness Pro Eats on Vaca

Do I have an actual vacation plan when dining out?  No, not really.  But I’ll tell you this, I do think about how I want to eat while on holiday and how I want to feel.  One things for sure, I want to enjoy myself, and that means experiencing the local food wherever we go.  I also know that I want to feel good, and not like I can barely get up from a dinner table because I’m in a food coma. I haven’t always been at a place where I’m in tune with my eating the way I am now.  It’s taken years, and it’s a big plus that I’m in an industry that helps me prioritize my health! Truth is when I’m eating lots of veggies and whole foods I just feel so much better, more energized, I sleep better, and my skin looks healthier.  So I choose to indulge, but I also spend time seeking out healthy markets and restaurants when I’m away. I stick with an 80/20 style of eating when …