Tag: meals

How To Start A Flexitarian Diet

When it comes to diet, many are flexible when talking about adapting to adding new foods in on our quest to clean up our diets and fuel the body with what is needs. But it’s removing meat that can be hard for some. This is why slowly practicing a flexitarian diet is s great idea.

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Vegetarian Meal Ideas For One Week For Those New To The Veggie Life

Welcome to the veg life. There are many different reasons why people decide to follow a vegetarian diet, but it can be hard for first timers to find nutritious and delicious meals to cook. This is my second time following the veggie lifestyle and I still struggle with finding what I can make—especially since I’m

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Make Ahead Meals: Peanut Butter Jelly Smoothie

Preparing healthy meals and snacks is one of the best ways to make sure that you are always reaching for something nutritious. Whether you need a simple to-go breakfast, mid-day snack, pre or post workout meal, a smoothie might just be one of the easiest things to whip up. And even more so if you

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What’s For Dinner: Healthy Of-the-Sea Supper

Even if you are not running to loose weight, nutrition is very important to runners. I often will indulge in the occasional slice of pizza (this is New York!), buffalo wings, or whatever sugary dessert I can put my hands on, but I soon regret these choices before a scheduled run. During my half marathon

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What does eating clean really mean?

We all know that eating healthy means avoiding sugary snacks and sodas and eating more fruits and vegetables, but what does it mean to eat clean? Eating clean is not a specific diet. It is more a way of life and lifestyle change. Those who eat clean eat whole foods that are unrefined. This means

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Two Big Meals Better Than Six Small for Diabetics

Nutrition experts have advised that to control weight and blood sugar, we should eat six small meals throughout the day—especially diabetics. However, new research stated that a big breakfast and lunch, with the same amount calories of mini meals, might be the better bet. Published in the journal of the European Association for the Study

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