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Healthy Strawberry Lemonade Yogurt Bars

Healthy Strawberry Lemonade Yogurt Bars

Everyone loves popsicles this time of year!!! The only problem with the majority of store bought popsicles, is the fact that they are packed with sugar and carbohydrates, therefore extremely high on the glycemic index. Some people are still not aware that consuming large amounts of fruit and fruit drinks is a quick way to pack  on the pounds, not to mention, can potentially lead to developing diabetes in the future. The trick to eating fruit for your betterment is to choose fruits that are low glycemic and have little affect on blood sugar. The best low glycemic fruits to consume are berries. I highly recommend staying away from watermelon and pineapple, because these are the two fruits that cause the biggest spike in blood sugar when consumed. Okay okay, back to these delicious healthy strawberry lemonade yogurt bars! The beauty of making these popsicles, is that you can switch up the recipe according to your preferred taste/sweetness liking/etc. If you prefer raspberries, blackberries, or blueberries  in addition or in place of the strawberries…have at it!!! The kids will enjoy helping you make these healthy popsicles…and will love eating them! Gather all ingredients, the popsicles holders, a bowl, blender, and a spoon. Add all ingredients (except the strawberries) into the bowl and mix well with a spoon until all ingredients are mixed well. Add the strawberries into the blender and blend just long enough to chop up the berries. DO NOT COMPLETELY PUREE, leave chunky. Pour the chopped berries into the bowl with the yogurt mixture. Mix well. Pour the healthy strawberry lemonade yogurt mixture into each individual popsicle space, leaving a tiny bit of unfilled space at the top. Secure the handles... read more
Healthy Low Glycemic Snacks for Travel

Healthy Low Glycemic Snacks for Travel

Are you preparing for a trip and nervous about staying on track with your nutrition? Traveling is great, but it can also be stressful when it comes to sticking with a low glycemic diet. Although it may seem close to impossible to eat healthy on vacation, THERE IS A WAY!  I am going to share some of my favorite meals/snacks that are quick and easy to pack for a long day of travel. These are also snacks that you can keep in your hotel room for those times you might want to walk to the local ice cream shop and indulge. So reach for that yummy protein bar instead!!! Low Glycemic Protein Bars/Nuts Bars. Make sure to read the label of the protein bar and it should have a “low glycemic” tag if it is low glycemic. It may still be low glycemic and not specify. Make sure the protein and sugar/carb ratio is fairly comparable and DO NOT eat the bars that have double the sugar content than the protein content. My favorites are: Clif Builder’s Bars (peanut butter chocolate and mint chocolate are amazing) Luna Bars and Luna Protein Bars (chocolate chip cookie dough and peppermint stick are amazing) Zone Bars Quest Bars (try to get the flavors without sucralose) Garden of Life Protein Bars Kind Bars (dark chocolate and sea salt is the only flavor that is very low in sugar). Think Thin Protein Bars Oatmega Protein Bars FLATOUT (light original or multigrain flaxseed) with natural peanut butter and a small unripe sliced banana FLATOUT (light original or multigrain flaxseed) with natural peanut butter and a sprinkle of stevia Blue Diamond Nut Thins Crackers or Lentil Crackers with natural... read more
Low Carb Cinnabon Cake Dessert

Low Carb Cinnabon Cake Dessert

I used to be obsessed with Cinnabons! If they were not so terribly unhealthy, I would eat one every single day if I could! Unfortunately, this is not the case, therefore I took matters into my own hands. I was unsuccessful in recreating the traditional cinnamon roll shape, but entirely successful in the texture and taste department! Preheat oven to 320 degrees. Gather 2 medium bowls, all ingredients, a spoon, a fork, and a brownie/cake pan. Add all Cake ingredients in a bowl and make sure to mix well until there are no clumps. I use a fork, but feel free to use a whisk. Spray a brownie  pan with coking spray and add the low carb cake batter to the pan. Place in the oven and cook for 15 minutes on 320 degrees. I use a toothpick or fork to check the center and ensure is thoroughly cooked.     I attempted to roll the cake into a cinnamon roll, but failed miserably! At this point, feel free to simply cut the low carb cinnamon cake into squares if desired. I sprayed with spray butter and then sprinkled with additional cinnamon. Let cool for a few minutes and then place on your plate. Top with icing and additional cinnamon and a drizzle of lite or sugar free syrup if desired. ENJOY your low carb and protein packed cinnabon influenced... read more
Healthy Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

Healthy Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

I had a client send me her favorite banana chocolate chip muffin recipe. She asked if it was healthy enough to fit into her meal plan, and told her that there were a few tweaks I wanted to make to the recipe. I attached the video below to take you through the tweaking process of these muffins. Ultimately, I lowered the sugar content and increased the protein content. By doing this, I lowered the glycemic index of the muffins. Gather all ingredients and preheat oven to 350 degrees. Blend all ingredients (except chocolate chips) in a food processor/blender . Stir in chocolate chips after you are done blending. Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray and pour banana chocolate chip muffin batter into the muffin tin. Bake at 350 degrees for 18-20 minutes. Remove and enjoy! The Original Recipe is below:... read more
Significantly Improve your Running Pace in 30 days…

Significantly Improve your Running Pace in 30 days…

Some of you may know that I have been against supplementation as long as I have been training… mainly because all the products I have researched have been unsafe and ineffective. I’ve finally found a company that has natural and effective products and I’m now trying to spread the word to people I know who actually appreciate quality products and the science behind them! I’ve been taking the Protandim myself for just under 2 months and have experienced huge improvements in my endurance and strength. Not only has my squatting weight increasing by 40 pounds, but my overhead shoulder press has increased by 10 pounds. I’ve also been doing a running test that has truly blown my mind in regards to the results! See the pace/distance in the pics below. I honestly only ran one time between the first 2 runs, and I managed to knock off 10 minutes from my overall time!   The Protandim is a Nrf2 synergizer that neutralizes the free radicals in our body’s (these attack our cells as we put our body through work/age/illness),  ultimately minimizing  oxidative stress. I have read tons of articles on this product, and I’m so impressed by the science behind it. Lifevantage also has a PhysIQ line (protein, cleanse, probiotic, fat burner), a skin care line, a canine health line, and the AXIO line (natural energy drink, caf and decaf). To check out all products/ingredients/facts, visit http://www.bodybalancebysarah.lifevantage.com Protandim is the only supplement proven in a clinical study to reduce cellular stress by an average of 40% in 30 days. It has been shown to increase superoxide dismutase levels by 30%, glutathione by... read more

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