For you fitness foodies who are reading this, you know how hard it is to dine out locally and still stay on track with your diet and fitness goals. Well, I just discovered a few weeks ago a place that opened up right here in our neighborhood, Bear Flag Fish
Bzzzzzzzzzzzzz….. My alarm clock is screaming at me again. I quickly hit the snooze button and try to sneak in another 10 minutes of sleep….. for the second time! My husband slaps my arm as if to say “Enough already! Get your *ss up!” I’m feeling soooooo tired. The sad
After working out, you have a 30-to-60 minute window to eat. If you wait longer, your body will go into starvation mode and you will not burn calories as efficiently. Also, if you wait too long, you will likely get overly hungry and may make a bad decision about what to eat.
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of the 5 A Day campaign. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendation is to have at least two servings of fruit and three of vegetables every day. Here are some good reasons you should focus on including at least 5 servings of fruits
Women need approximately 1,800 to 2,000 calories per day to get our essential nutrients without gaining weight. Of course this will vary based on your height and activity level. Some petite women who are 5 feet tall may need fewer calories, while women who are taller than 5’10 may need
1 scoop of Jay Robb’s Chocolate Whey Protein Powder 1 cup of Blue Diamond’s Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk 1 TBSP Laura Scudders Old Fashioned Peanut Butter 1 scoop of FiberSmart 1 packet of Stevia 1 cup ice Nutritional Information Calories 330 Fat 10g Carbs 23 g Protein 32 g