It was a great year and wish you the best and better for 2016!
They tend to get soggy or burnt, but I found a great simple way to bake delicious sweet potato fries.
Here’s some nutritional facts before we begin:
Firstly, I like to either wash my sweet potato I didn’t advance or find a sweet potato that it is clean because you will not wash your sweet potato. This is a trick to allowing the olive oil and spices to stick.
Your glutes are a large important muscle that support your back and hips, and directly impact your ability to hold good posture.
These are great exercises you can do at home without any weights. Use your own bodyweight to make yourself stronger. To increase difficulty go slower and maintain good alignment.
This warm winter soup recipe is great for so many reasons: health-wise it’s high in protein and low in fat. It’s even got vitamins, minerals and fiber. It’s very easy to make, if you don’t mind letting a soup simmer on the stove for a few hours while you do other things, stirring ever hour or so. It’s also so delicious. You have a great mingling of spices, spinach, butternut squash, chicken, onions and of course the star of the dish – what gives it the thick wonderful consistency of a stew – yellow split peas.
Yellow split peas are low in fat and high in fibre & protein.
Here are some basic nutritional facts for yellow split peas:
450 grams yellow split peas (half the bag)
2 cups diced butternut squash
8 cups vegetable or chicken stock
1 small onion, diced
1/2 teaspoon olive oil
1 teaspoon garlic purée
1 teaspoon ginger purée
2 cup spinach or 1/2 package frozen spinach
2 pieces rotisserie chicken breast, diced
Salt, pepper, 2 teaspoons dal spice mix (tumeric, Red chili, black pepper, cumin, coriander, brown Cardiman, green cardamom, dehydrated dill, citric acid)
It was very delicious by the way! Plus nutrient dense so a great weight loss dish.
Have you ever cooked with yellow split peas? Do you enjoy lentils?
They’re like little ruby jewels; packed with nutritional benefits and flavour. These red little soldiers fight against disease in the body.
In the middle of each Golden Nugget is an edible seed filled with antioxidants and dietary medicine.
They say eat the rainbow, and these ruby red juicy pearls are no exception. Pomegranates are packed with good things healthy for you. There are so many benefits:
Thick or thin, big or small, cellulite doesn’t discriminate. As for your diet, drink lots of water, fruit and healthy fats like avocado and nuts.
But what will really blast the cellulite is exercise. Here are some for you to try:
There was another work potluck! This time, it was breakfast. And short notice. And I’m still in vegetarian week for the most part.
So I did some research and made my own recipe for individual vegetarian quiche with real russet potato hashbrown crust.
You will need a 12 cup muffin or cupcake tin. Here’s the recipe, it turned out great:
Four russet potatoes
Butter for greasing pan
One small tomato, chopped
One green spring onion, chopped
Four button mushrooms, chopped finely
2 teaspoons dried oregano
2 teaspoon garlic herb seasoning
Ground fresh pepper
1/4 teaspoon turmeric
1/4 teaspoon salt
I do love working out in the winter; it keep me warm, strong and allows me to eat more without guilt!
Of course legs, arms back and shoulders need to be strong but the abdominals need extra attention.
The abdominals and back is what stabilizes us; helps with our balance, preventing dangerous injuries after, let’s say, slipping on ice.