Morning chocolate smoothie for the win! This one is super easy to make and perfect for that sweet tooth without all of the added sugar! Plus, a little protein and healthy fat thrown in there help with stabilizing blood sugar and keeping you full throughout the morning and to carry you to your next meal. INGREDIENTS: 1 cup nut milk 1 serving chocolate protein powder 1 tbsp chia seeds 1 tbsp nut butter 1 tbsp raw cacao nibs handful of spinach 1/2 frozen banana ice DIRECTIONS: B
I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU....
But I am still in post-holiday depression mode. The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays and we went to the beach, so it made it 10x harder coming home! Take me baccckkk.
I definitely indulged this weekend including everything from cupcakes, to margaritas and even some ice cream. Holidays aren't a way to feel guilty or be mad at yourself for making a few *unhealthier* choices, that's okay, you're human! The goal is simply just not to overd
One of my favorite things to make for breakfast is a smoothie --- not only are they are SO easy to make but they also keep me full for hours! And I'm not talking about something from Smoothie King, which is just full of fruit and is basically a sugar bomb (in my opinion). It's all about adding in some healthy fats, proteins and fiber to your daily (or weekly) smoothie(s) to ensure that you stay full and satisfied for hours and give your body something nutritious that won't sp
Hi everyone! I hope you are having a great week so far. Setting many goals for myself this week to help me stay on track so that I can check things off my to-do list! I am much more of a morning person, so that is when I spend my time getting a workout done, and easing my way into the day or week. To me, there is nothing better than starting my day off with a green smoothie! If you're not a breakfast you should become one because it is the first meal of the day, and the FIRS