Smoothie bowls are all the rage right now. Well, at least according to my Instagram feed.
I’m not really sure exactly when they began to become a “thing,” but I do know that they are in fact a thing that many health and wellness influencers love to share gratuitous photos of (and of course, eat). … Read More
Some people claim they “don’t have” a sweet tooth, but I really don’t see how that’s possible. I think they’re lying to themselves and the world. Personally (and many of you already know this), I have a very large sweet tooth and I’m not afraid to show it, but I like to satisfy it with healthy snacks as often as possible because not only is that strategy most beneficial to my performance as a runner, but also for my overall health. … Read More
Oatmeal for breakfast after a run is great.
But … protein oats for breakfast after a run is without a doubt even better.
What is protein oats? It’s simply a bowl of oatmeal, but mixed with protein powder!
Why is this better than plain old oatmeal? Because after a run it’s not only imperative that you replenish your carbohydrate stores (that’s where the oats come in), but also that you supply your muscles with the protein they need to rebuild and repair themselves … Read More
I know I’m definitely not the first person to ever say this, in fact, I’m probably about the millionth, but there’s something about fall and winter and the holiday season that makes me crave soup.
Groundbreaking statement, I know!
It’s not just any soup that I crave, though, and definitely not the kind that comes in a can. No, when this time of the year rolls around I’m craving, hearty, flavorful, veggie-filled soups that literally have the ability to warm your soul. … Read More
Like bacon, cereal or pancakes, scrambled eggs (at least to me) are a quintessential breakfast food.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that most of you would agree.
Maybe, like for me, they’re not your favorite breakfast dish, but still, you can admit they’re a breakfast staple. And (as you’ll soon learn from both Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson) breakfast is absolutely, most definitely the most important meal of the day. … Read More