When people experience negative emotions they are most likely to reach for comfort foods to boost their mood. True, your mood will probably improve shortly after you eat your favorite high-carb snack, which is usually potato chips or ice cream. Read More
INGREDIENTS 1 – 2 cans chickpeas (low-sodium or no-salt-added) oil for misting or 1/2 ... Read More
It is the replication of the diet of cave dwellers, who were hunters and gatherers. The Paleo diet includes saturated fats like butter and duck fat, oils from nuts and coconuts, lean animal proteins like seafood and eggs, fruits and vegetables. However, it eliminates dairy, processed sugar, and GMO foods, grains, starches, alcohol, and legumes.
Mango and Coconut is a pair made for tropical heaven. Delicious and refreshing creamy smoothie that is a perfect healthy breakfast or afternoon snack. Even kids will love the exquisite flavor. Read More
This Vegan Mango Coconut Smoothie Bowl packed with vitamins and nutrients to help you reach your maximum health potential! This smoothie recipe is Dairy-free, Egg-free, Gluten-free, Refined Sugar-free, Soy-free and Sugar-free!
Turmeric as a superfood has been used for centuries for its antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. This latte is made from coconut milk – you can also use almond milk – something non-dairy is best and the cinnamon and honey add more superfood qualities. You can drink this hot or cold. Read More
Himalayan Pink salt’s unique structure also stores vibrational energy. All of the crystal salt’s inherent minerals and trace elements are available in colloidal form – meaning they are in a more absorbable form. This salt does not burden your body as other salts do. It is very difficult for your body to absorb too much crystal salt since there are powerful and effective feedback loops that regulate this process. Natural crystal salt always promotes a healthy balance and does not contribute to high blood pressure like typical table salt. Read More
This aspect of the bar is very important to all of our customers but especially our athletes. Dates are naturally rich in soluble and insoluble fiber which aids the digestive system and bowel movements. Dates can be used as a natural laxative by soaking them in water overnight, so be careful with how many you eat! Read More
Feeling down and depressed? Usually we as food lovers go right to comfort foods to boost our moods. Some of these foods include, fried chicken, french fries, potato chips, and ice cream. We leans towards foods that are high in fat and in sugar for that immediate comfort effect. The downside of this is that while you are feeling good for a few minutes, this kind of eating can cause serious health implications in the future and after consumption one might feel fatigued and sluggish. Read More
If you are a follower of this blog, you probably already know that Amrita Bars have been the foundation of my nutrition for the last couple years. I use them before, during and after races, as well as anytime I need some healthy, real food nutrition. They taste amazing and are extremely healthy. They are plant-based, nut-free, dairy-free, non-GMO and soy-free. They are also a great snack for kids, especially with nut or dairy allergies. Read More
Through my journey I have discovered a lot of recipes that are easy, tasty and fun to make. If you are beginning your journey to healthy eating, or that’s a goal of yours, this is the post for you. Start with looking in your cupboards. Begin to notice how much processed foods you have. Read More
As a busy dad, finding the time to work out is hard, especially when you can spend couple hours in traffic. So after a couple episodes of blood-pressure busting traffic, expensive tolls and parking, I decided to explore commuting to NYC from White Plains, it’s a good commute at about 30 miles each way. Read More