Ever feel like something sweet, but don’t want to blow all your calories? You don’t have to! Enjoy these guilt-free desserts any time of day! Protein Banana Bread: Ingredients: -2 Eggs -1/2 Melted Coconut Oil (Or Olive Oil) -1/3 Cup Natural Honey, Sugar-Free Syrup, or Agave -1/3 Cup Non-Fat Greek Yogurt -1 Scoop Vanilla […]Read more "Craving Something Sweet? TWO Healthy Dessert Recipes!"
It may seem obvious that sleep is beneficial. Even without fully grasping what sleep does for us, we know that going without sleep for too long makes us feel terrible, and that getting a good night’s sleep can make us feel ready to take on the world. Scientists have gone to great lengths to fully […]Read more "11 Benefits Of Sleep"
Think you have an idea of “how healthy” you are? The results are often shocking! Continue reading to understand our Health Risk Assessment (HRA) and all that it can do for you. The HRA includes data about you that have definite metrics and are also easily seen- height, weight, hips, biceps, and chest. These […]Read more "Understanding Your Health Risk Assessment"
Considering the variety of packaged foods available, using the food label to understand the nutrients a food supplies (or lacks) is essential. The label is one of the most important tools you can use to eat healthfully. The ingredients list on a food label lists the ingredients of a food, with items listed in descending […]Read more "Label Reading- The Ingredients List"
Allergy-friendly? Yup. Nut-free? Yup. Vegan? You bet! Most of all…delicious! Ingredients include: 1/2 Cup Brown Rice Syrup (Or honey for a non-vegan option) 2 tbsp. Sunflower Seed Butter 1 tbsp. Coconut Oil 3/4 Cup Old Fashioned Oats 1/2 Cup Crispy Rice Cereal 1/2 Cup Gluten Free Pretzels *Crushed 1/4 tsp. Salt 1/2 Cup Dried […]Read more "No-Bake Sweet & Salty Trail Mix Granola Bars"
What are added sugars? Added sugars are any sugars that have been added during processing or packaging. This doesn’t include naturally occurring sugars, like you would find in milk or fruit. These include: Syrups Honey Brown sugar High fructose corn syrup Invert sugar Maltose Trehalose Molasses Sucrose Maltose sugar Concentrated fruit juice Most added sugars […]Read more "How much sugar should we REALLY have?"
Need a pick me up, without the crash? Listed below is a quick and easy recipe for peanut butter energy bites. Using healthy fats, fibers, and ingredients proven to help reduce cholesterol, these will be your new favorite treat! Ingredients: 2/3 Cup Creamy Peanut Butter 1/2 Cup Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips 1 Cup Old Fashioned […]Read more "RECIPE: Peanut Butter Energy Bites"