A winning combination of flavors comes alive in this recipe from our SuperFan Jaclyn. Oats, pumpkin, and cranberries, makes these muffins the perfect healthy fall treat. Just like Jaclyn’s friends your guests will never know that these delicious muffins are loaded with protein, healthy carbs and are low in sugar! Here’s what you’ll need:
When it comes to herbal medicine one of the best uses for it is preventative rather than looking to cure an existing or current ailment. Many herbal remedies are great at giving your immune system a boost. This is important as it is the immune system that we rely upon to help keep us healthy.
In honor of cooler weather and the start of a new season our SuperFan, Kristy had to come up with this super fueling recipe for pumpkin muffins. To create some variety, she topped half of hers with cinnamon vanilla protein icing and mixed chocolate chips in the other half. Here’s what you’ll need:
It’s officially fall and officially pumpkin season! This healthy pumpkin smoothie is like having a chilled pumpkin pie in a glass, without the extra on your waistline!
This thick and creamy smoothie can be great for a filling breakfast or the perfect energy- boosting “treat” among friends during brunch.
We often hear about getting enough protein into our diets, but when is it too much protein?
Registered Dietitian, Ashley Koff lets us know there are four things we need to determine when having protein:
- nutrient balance
- how often you’re having it
According to the CDC, it’s recommended that 10–35% of your daily calories come from protein, which is about 45-50 grams for men and women daily. See what Ashley had to say about choosing complete proteins and more below:
After falling in love with other healthy living blogs and realizing she may have the material to start her own, Alyssa created her health, fitness, and lifestyle blog, Life of bLyss, to chronicle everything “blyssful” in her life (get it? Alyssa + bliss = blyss?). Alyssa’s blog covers her favorite tips and tricks, experiences and misadventures, and her life working in the fitness industry.
According to the CDC, about 600,000 people are affected by heart health in the United States every year.
So what can we do to prevent these issues and help improve our hearts? Instead of just cutting out bad foods, become knowledgeable of which foods are good for your heart so you can make them a part of your families daily diet.