Smoothies are my go to when squeezing quick and easy nutrition into my day. This one is delicious, takes about 5 minutes maximum to make, and pairs excellently with a long practice session, or a full afternoon of teaching. Enjoy!
A few months ago a wrote a post about the benefits of including more fat in your diet .I thought I would come back on here to share my top tips for including fat in your diet and give you an example of how that might look recipe wise.
Since I wrote a previous post about the main ingredient not to eat in your everyday life: sugar, I thought I would follow it up with an equally important, and perhaps more welcome post about what TO eat in your diet: fat. High quality fat in good amounts.
Read on to find out what fat has to offer you and what kinds of fats are best to include in your diet.
This is a nutritionally dense, simple blender pancake recipe. It has all the flavor nostalgia and reward of your traditional pancakes with added nutrient density! These pancakes are the perfect fit for a day when you don’t have a lot of time but are craving something warm and sweet!
Smoothies are one of my favorite things to “eat” while I’m working. In all honesty, I am really bad about taking a lunch break and find that if I sip a smoothie while I practice I can call it reasonably effective multitasking. Check out this recipe for one of my new favorite smoothies!
New research comes out everyday about the negative health impacts of sugar, and yet, sugar continues to be one of the most common additives to our food and is drastically over consumed. This over consumption of sugar leads down a path of disease and compromises our ability to achieve optimal health in our lives as well as our careers. This article take a quick look at how sugar negatively impacts that body and specifically how it negatively impacts our cognitive function, mental health and anxiety/stress.