You walk into your local grocery or convenience store and inevitably stumble upon a sea of energy bars. Feeling somewhat overwhelmed by the plethora of health claims, you quickly buy an eye-catching bar with an appealing flavor. But did you really ge... Read more
You know starting the morning with breakfast sets you up for healthy eating all day long, but when the same packet of microwaved oatmeal just isn't cutting it anymore, it may be time to change up your a.m. routine. Here are eight common breakfast... Read more
Chocolate and moderation used in the same sentence? I know, it sounds crazy! But these calorie-controlled chocolate fixes will satisfy your cravings without putting a dent in your calorie budget. No longer do you need to resort to fat-laden, triple-c... Read more
A few years back I typed up a list of New Year’s resolutions on a small piece of cardstock, laminated it, and put it in my wallet. On that list was the resolution to eat a salad every day, simply because eating salad always made me feel like I... Read more
Protein is an important component of any diet for satiety, muscle repair, and generating hormones and enzymes. Need a protein pick-me-up? These filling recipes are great for refueling after a workout--or anytime!
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I CLEARED MY CACHE, LOGGED OUT OF SP, THEN LOGGED BACK IN. PROBLEM SOLVED!
APPARENTLY THE ADS FILLED MY CACHE UP COMPLETELY.
I'm experiencing major problems with t... Read more
We have a thread about fruits and one about vegetables, so why not one about proteins? Meats, soy, beans, dairy, nuts, whatever your favorite form of protein is.
I've been eating quite a bit of salmon lately. A salmon 'burger' (no bread) yester... Read more
This is a question that just came to mind from what I've noticed in the past. There were some days when I didn't eat much and yet I had a lot of energy. Is that because nutrient were being pulled from my muscles?... Read more
While a good protein bar can occasionally be a lifesaver when you need to eat on the go, energy bars are often no more than vitamin enriched candy bars. Be sure to read the labels, and choose a product that has protein for staying power.... Read more
Love these energy bars! They have 15 g of protein/bar. Chocolate Caramel = 170 cals & 4.5 g of fat. Carmel Peanut = 180 cals & 6 g of fat. Chocolate Crunchy Peanut Butter = 190 cals & 7 g of fat.They are a great alternative to a chocolate bar & w... Read more
Protein is an important part of any healthy diet and has been shown to help you feel full longer. But some of the best sources of protein like eggs, chicken and milk aren't easy to carry with you on the go. And having a healthy, protein-pack... Read more
Looking for some fast fuel before or after your exercise, or a quick and easy treat that’s more nutritious than a candy bar or a 100-calorie pack of cookies? If so, energy bars may be a practical option for you. They’re convenient, easy to carry arou... Read more
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