Protein supplements are popular among casual exercisers, serious bodybuilders, dieters and even non-exercisers for many reasons. Most people know that protein is an essential nutrient for overall health that helps promote fullness and also plays... Read more
Dig out the blender! (Don’t worry, nothing high-tech.) Throw in a few simple, nutritious ingredients, give it a whirl and you’ve got a super-quick breakfast, snack, or mini-meal. Who can resist these icy cold, frothy concoctions, fondly k... Read more
Getting your recommended daily allowance of fruits (1/2 to 2 cups) and vegetables (2-1/2 to 3 cups) is no small feat—especially when you don't have a lot of extra time to prep and cook all that produce. That's one reason why smoothies h... Read more
The humble soybean has come a long way. Today, soy is everywhere and in every possible form—beans, nuts, milk, yogurt, cheese, flour, tofu, tempeh, and “meat” analogs, to name a few. You can eat soy alone, cooked, or combined with o... Read more
I have a wallet made of hemp. Although I’ve seen some very fashionable hemp accessories, mine’s really old and not very cute, but I can’t justify buying a new one until it wears out. I guess I’ve learned firsthand that hemp fi... Read more
So I made quick oats w/ almond milk, pb2 powder and half a banana on top today instead of eggs. There is no way I can eat this whole bowl! Not sure how long I'll stay full but I couldn't get through half of it... Read more
I'm gonna get the powdered peanut butter today. Think I'll put it in my rice cakes ğ and as much as I'd â¤ a vitamix blender they are way to much. They are about as much as 1 1/2 of my pay â s so ninja here I come!... Read more
Came up with a good protein cookie recipe: 2 scoops whey protein powder choc flav, one scoop coconut flour, tblspn of natural low fat pb.
Tblspn oats. Milk.Mix well into batter. Drop on greased cookie sheet. Drizzle 80% dark choc on top when cooled.... Read more
Ever had a chocolate chai latte? Try it! Use about a TBSP of Hersheys Special Dark Cocoa powder (5 calories) instead of syrup (25 calories for just the lite stuff!). If you use Oregon Chai Sugar Free concentrate the sweetness of the splenda blends... Read more
Most mornings, I make myself a veggie smoothie for breakfast. I put it in a travel cup and drink it during my daily commute to work. It feels great to start my day off with something that is healthy and tasty, and it kills my cravings for sugar for t... Read more
Beyonces pregnant, delivering in April. Shell bounce back to FINE in an hour of giving birth. So the challenge is to return to your finest. Reclaim your best health, happiness, & beauty!... Read more
I have been a breakfast eater my whole life. I suppose partly because as a child, my wonderful mother got up and made me a warm breakfast to eat each morning before leaving for school. In college the Café Ole’, as we fondly referred to t... Read more
UPDATE: The link is fixed, and the giveaway will run for TWO WEEKS! Attention, Hungry Girl fans! HG Lisa Lillien has a new book out: Hungry Girl Supermarket Survival: Aisle by Aisle, HG-Style! It launches next week, and we're giving away three co... Read more
Ok, so I don't know the difference. I have a recipe that calls for soy powder in place of flour. I bought soy flour. Soy powder, soy flour..... same thing? Anyone know? Also, does anyone have any favorite recipes using soy flour?... Read more
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