Are you currently working towards a fitness related goal and have a holiday coming up? Do you feel like you have to choose between enjoying your holiday and completely ruining your progress or being miserable on your holiday just to stay on track? Don't worry. It doesn't have to be that way.
The internet is dark and full of terrors. And there are a fair few people who use it to claim that they have found the one true secret to looking your best and being your fittest. That "secret" in most cases is either a supplement, a pill or a gadget they want to sell you.
Not sure what to have for breakfast? Look no further.
Try this delicious, natural snack next time you're craving something crunchy! These roasted chickpeas are easy to make, taste good, and have good protein and fiber contents!
Give this easy and quick french toast recipe a try if you're looking for a healthier brunch item!
You will not believe- and even better, you won't taste- what this chocolate pudding is made of! Any guesses? It's tofu based! Specifically, it's made with silken tofu, which gives it the creamy, smooth and pudding-like texture. Give it a try!
If you love the sour cream and chive flavour as much as I do but would like a lighter version of it, give this recipe a try!
Cookie dough is the ultimate comfort food. And it's usually high in refined sugar and refined flour. Although it's absolutely possible to enjoy treats like that occasionally and still reach your fitness goals, I've always enjoyed creating "healthified" versions of my favourite "treat" foods. Just because it's fun! The chickpeas in this recipe give you a good amount of plant based protein, and all the sweetness comes from just five fresh dates.
This tasty carrot salad is super quick and easy to make, and it's perfect as a healthy appetiser or side dish. Try it and let me know what you think!
Is your office full of unhealthy snacks? Do you keep reaching for them when you're hungry or bored? Or have you made it a habit to just grab something from the snack basket every time you walk past?