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Avocado Citrus Salad with Arugula and Toasted Pine Nuts Recipe

favicon The Lemon Bowl
1 mentions5 days ago
Juicy citrus is paired with creamy avocado, spicy arugula and toasted pine nuts to create this simple, show-stopping salad. After a glorious week without winter boots and jackets during our San Francisco vacation, returning home to record low temperatures and below freezing wind chills was a bit brutal.

Grapefruit Margarita with Chili Lime Rim

favicon The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
3 mentions1 week ago
Kick up your heels, enjoy the weekend and celebrate National Margarita day with this refreshing Grapefruit Margarita with Chili Lime Rim.This post is sponsored on behalf of VEEV Spirits.As always all opinions are my own and thank for supporting brands that I work with.I don’t know about you ...

Cross Training for Distance Runners

favicon What's best? ~ Runner training for life
2 mentions2 weeks ago
Five years ago, cross training was a foreign word to this runner. I was a runner because that’s what I loved doing and everything else felt like a gigantic waste of time in terms of fitness. In fact, an interview I did with Olympic marathoner Ryan Hall who ...

Gluten Free Breakfast Power Bowls to POWER Your Day

favicon Cotter Crunch
2 mentions2 weeks ago
Real energy from real food! These gluten free breakfast power bowls are made with soaked quinoa and chia seed. The proper preparation for these antioxidant rich bowls can help POWER you through the day! Oh and they are SUPER delicious.So let’s talk about breakfast here for a minute.

DOMS: The Truth About Muscle Soreness & How To Recover Faster From Workouts

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
DOMS, delayed onset muscle soreness, or as I refer to it, a literal pain in my butt. It’s slow to creep up and just when I think I escaped the pain from a tough workout, I roll over in bed and feel it. With a few “ughs” I ...

Living Gluten-Free: Creating a Healthful Gluten-Free Kitchen

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
Clients who have been diagnosed with celiac disease or nonceliac gluten sensitivity must learn to cook without gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye, barley, spelt, and triticale. To accomplish this, they must first establish a kitchen filled with healthful gluten-free ingredients and foods and learn how to ...

Body part splits or whole body workouts

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
New here? I'd love to be your virtual fitness coach. Stay up to date on blog posts and get in on the tips and tricks I only share with my newsletter subscribers. Thanks for visiting! The other day (a very observant) someone asked me why I give most ...

Avoiding Decision Fatigue: Why I eat eggs for breakfast everyday

favicon Dietitian On The Run
2 mentions2 weeks ago
There’s something to be said for food habits. I once survived on the following: oatmeal for breakfast, turkey sandwich on whole-wheat bread for lunch (with lettuce, cucumbers & salsa) – possibly a chocolate pudding or just chocolate, yogurt somewhere for a snack, carrots/chips+salsa while cooking, some version of ...

Vegan Collard Greens Braised in Coconut Milk Recipe

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
By Gena Hamshaw • February 19, 2015 •1 CommentClick the heart, it's called favoriting. Favorite the stuff you like. Every other Thursday, Gena Hamshaw of the blog Choosing Raw shares satisfying, flavorful recipes that also happen to be vegan. Today: It's time to take a break from kale ...

Frozen Spinach Cubes

favicon The Lean Green Bean
1 mentions2 weeks ago
Stock your freezer with these Frozen Spinach Cubes and toss a couple into your next smoothie for a nutritional boost! The perfect way to use spinach or kale that’s about to go bad!

Sweet & Smokey Cauliflower Salad #SundaySupper

favicon Take A Bite Out of Boca
3 mentions2 weeks ago
Never miss a bite! Sign up here to receive new recipes and reviews straight to your inbox. Sweet & Smokey Cauliflower Salad makes a tasty lunch or side dish and it’s full of heart-healthy nutritional benefits.I mentioned before how one of my goals for 2015 is to cook ...

Moroccan Salmon Tajine #SundaySupper

favicon Curious Cuisiniere
2 mentions2 weeks ago
Tender salmon, bright tomatoes, and warm Moroccan spices make for a quick and heart healthy meal in this twist on a traditional Moroccan cooking style. You can find a lot of Mediterranean influences in Moroccan cuisine, one of which is that fish and seafood are quite common ingredients.

Upper Body Workout

favicon Love Life Surf
2 mentions2 weeks ago
Balancing life, family and fitness - easy right? Not always! Get stories that inspire you to breathe deeply and make mindful choices by subscribing to my blog by email. I have to admit, while I’m trying to be as active as I can before shoulder surgery, there are ...

5 Reasons To Do Planks Every Day

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1 mentions2 weeks ago
Remember those days back in gym class when you had to jump, run and sprint all over the place? Those moves your phys ed had you doing were called plyometrics, and they were forced on you for a veryReadPlanks are one of those exercises that will never go ...

Seasoned Spinach and Bok Choy Recipe

favicon Nosh My Way
2 mentions2 weeks ago
The key to delicious, flavorful Seasoned Spinach and Bok Choy is all in the saute’. Here we are in the middle of February and by now you have celebrated your love for someone this past weekend.Out hearts grow strong with love.I know that mine does.But guess what folks,

Quinoa Chickpea Soup With Roasted Garlic & Veggies #SundaySupper

favicon Sue's Nutrition Buzz
2 mentions2 weeks ago
Rustic quinoa chickpea soup bursting with the flavor of roasted veggies, laced with herbs, fresh ginger and garlic! I am not kidding when I say I could eat this soup everyday… well almost everyday ! This quinoa chickpea soup is a meal in itself: healthy fat, protein,carbs and ...

Can Carbs Fit Into A Healthy Diet?

favicon The Huffington Post
1 mentions2 weeks ago
From Atkins to Paleo, a whole host of eating plans discourage carbohydrate consumption. But do carbs deserve their bad rap? For one thing, not all carbs are created equal. But the time of day when you get your carbs may also be important, according to naturopathic medical doctor ...

Gluten Free and Dairy Free Tomato and Onion Penne

favicon Cotter Crunch
2 mentions3 weeks ago
Super easy and delicious Tomato Egg Onion Penne with buckwheat pasta. Buckwheat is not really wheat, but a seed. It’s a great gluten free substitute for your regular pasta and doesn’t turn to mush like the other corn or rice pasta. Okay, I’ll explain more below. Keep reading!

Why Focusing on Calories Misses the Bigger Picture for Your Weight and Health

favicon Dr. Mark Hyman
1 mentions2 weeks ago
How much you eat matters, but the quality of the food we put into our bodies matters more because it drives our gene function, metabolism, and health. Rather than subscribing to the antiquated calories in/calories out model for weight loss and good health, focus on powerful, gene-altering, whole,

Selling the Fantasy of High-Protein Everything

favicon The Atlantic
1 mentions3 weeks ago
The irritating thing about staying healthy is that it requires real work—a fact that tends to inspire even the most disciplined people to get creative in seeking out shortcuts. What if there were a way to cut down on the pesky, life-denying aspects of healthy living—steamed broccoli, getting ...

Purple Snow Peas with Sunflower Seeds

favicon Magnolia Days
3 mentions3 weeks ago
Coincidence is rather interesting. Sometimes is can be strange, eerie, or funny. I wonder if there is some way people pick up other’s thoughts or if there is a foretelling of something to come. It’s like when you think of a song and then a few hours later ...

How to Handle Taper Madness

favicon Pavement Runner
4 mentions3 weeks ago
You’ve been training for months. Race day is just around the corner and the only thing standing in your way from finish-line glory is a taper. For those of you unfamiliar with what a “taper” is, Meriam-Webster defines it as “a gradual decrease.” Essentially, you are decreasing the ...

Try This!: An exercise to practice proper lifting and help protect the back

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2 mentions2 weeks ago
There's a good chance you know someone with a back injury. And you want to avoid a similar fate. Sara Haley is a Santa Monica-based pre- and postnatal exercise specialist and creator of the "Expecting More" workout series for pregnant women. She says we all run the risk ...

Tips To Reduce Your Sugar Intake

favicon The Lean Green Bean
1 mentions3 weeks ago
As a Registered Dietitian, I get asked for diet and nutrition advice quite frequently. When people ask me how to improve their diet, reducing their sugar intake is almost always at the top of my list. I think that slowly but surely, people are starting to realize that ...

5 Ways to Eat Healthier Even When You've Failed Before

favicon The Huffington Post
1 mentions2 weeks ago
We would all love to consistently have a perfectly healthy diet, but life often seems to get in the way and we are quick to forget our commitment to improving our diet. Maybe you've set ambitious healthy eating goals in the past and you know how overwhelming it ...

Running Tips: Running Through Pregnancy

favicon Fine Fit Day
1 mentions3 weeks ago
It starts out easily enough. If you’re like me, you have a few short weeks of feeling totally normal, before the first trimester nausea and morning sickness begins. Then, once you get past that stage of feeling ill, your body is not all that different yet. You may ...

The Top 10 Workout Songs for February 2015

favicon Diet.com
2 mentions3 weeks ago
Remixes rule in this month's workout music round-up. Exactly half of the songs voted into the top 10 appear in re-worked versions. As always, this is a blessing for folks in search of musical inspiration, since these uptempo updates take existing gym favorites and accentuate their beats and ...

33 Resistance Band Exercises You Can Do Literally Anywhere

favicon Greatist
1 mentions3 weeks ago
Rock out with the band! Resistance bands are a great addition to any strength training routine or rehabilitation program and come in a variety of sizes, lengths, and strengths. This portable exercise equipment is also easily stored, making it perfect for home use, hotel workouts, or when you’re ...

Vegan Buffalo Crumble Salad {Gluten-Free}

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2 mentions3 weeks ago
A vegan buffalo crumble salad with arugula, cherry tomatoes, avocados and a vegan aioli dressing. The buffalo crumble is made with nuts, chickpeas and rice and resembles a ground meat while being entirely vegan and gluten-free. Delicious and healthy!I love buffalo sauce. There’s just something about it, that ...

Is it really worth not eating bread, pasta and other carbs?

favicon Washington Post
1 mentions3 weeks ago
It’s become popular to think of foods as either good or bad, something to eat or something to avoid. Carbohydrates, which had their moment as a good food back when fat was the bad guy, are now being blamed in part for the epidemic of obesity, diabetes and ...

Tuscan Beef Stew

favicon Cooking Chat
2 mentions3 weeks ago
Today the Italian Food, Wine and Travel (#ItalianFWT) blogging group moves to Tuscany. I figured it would be a great time to update my Tuscan Beef Stew recipe, and find another great Tuscan wine to enjoy with it. And guess what–this is my 500th post here at Cooking ...

Cacciucco (Tuscan Seafood Stew)

favicon ENOFYLZ Wine Blog
3 mentions3 weeks ago
One of the things I love most about food and wine is their ability to transport one to a different place.And aplace’s people, culture, and customs are reflected in its food and wine.In that sense, one can virtually travel the world through food and wine.And that is exactly ...

Citrus Breakfast Bowl

favicon Fit Foodie Finds
2 mentions3 weeks ago
Get creative with breakfast and make this Citrus Breakfast Bowl made with chia yogurt, short grain brown rice, and your favorite citrus fruit! I am super pumped, I just booked my flight to Toronto for the 3rd week in February to visit and work with Davida. We have ...

Gluten Free Surf and Turf Caesar Salad with Curry

favicon Cotter Crunch
2 mentions4 weeks ago
This curry spiced surf and turf caesar salad is a healthy dish great for spicing up your salads while keeping your immune system strong! Easy to make and my version is gluten free of course!I will confess. The kiwi and I are not romantic. In fact, we’re quite ...

Ask JJ: Natural Sweetener Alternatives

favicon The Huffington Post
2 mentions3 weeks ago
Dear JJ: I'm seeing more natural sugar alternatives on my grocery shelves these days like stevia and monk fruit. Are these sweeteners a free pass, or should I be as wary of them as artificial sweeteners and sugar? As more people opt against sugar and artificial sweeteners, manufacturers ...

Mushroom and Farro Soup

favicon The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
3 mentions4 weeks ago
Filled with chewy farro, aromatic mushrooms and tender bits of beef, Mushroom and Farro Soup is guaranteed to warm you up on the coldest days of the year.First you tease us with signs of a mild few months ahead, perhaps saying ‘hey, I’m going to give you a ...

Shrimp Scampi on Quinoa

favicon Thyme for Cooking, Blog
2 mentions4 weeks ago
Before I started writing this post I did a bit of research on the name. After years of dining at a wide range of Italian – American (or would that American – Italian?) restaurants, I was a bit confused about scampi. Sometimes I saw ‘Shrimp Scampi’ but more ...

Tomato Florentine Soup with Pasta

favicon The Dinner-Mom
4 mentions4 weeks ago
Even though this easy Tomato Florentine Soup recipe is ready in under 20 minutes, it’s infused with flavor from a Parmesan Cheese rind that simmers along with the pasta. Make extra to freeze! Florentine is my latest twist on classic tomato soup because I just looooove tomato soup.You?

The (Supposed) Dangers of Running Too Much

favicon Runner's World & Running Times
1 mentions4 weeks ago
My goodness, is it February already? It's been several months since the last round of articles warning that running too much will kill you–must be time for another one. What's that? No new data to publish? That's no problem, we'll just republish the same data. The media never ...

Red Leaf Lettuce with Apple and Parmesan Crisps

favicon Creative Culinary
1 mentions3 weeks ago
I remember vowing that I would be sharing more salads didn’t I? The thing with salads is that I so often just throw one together; including the dressing, and then after the fact the next day have to not only recreate it for a photo but first things ...

Toddler foods with excessive sodium, added sugar set taste preferences

favicon CBC News
1 mentions4 weeks ago
Many toddler snacks and foods contain sodium and sugar levels that are "concerning" for children’s future health, doctors say.Researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analyzed sodium and sugar levels in 1,074 infant and toddler dinners, snacks, fruits, vegetables, dry cereals, juices and desserts.About 72 ...

The Emotion Which Has a Wonderful Protective Effect on Mind And Body

favicon PsyBlog
1 mentions4 weeks ago
How this feeling could protect you against depression and even Alzheimer’s disease. Positive emotions, especially the feeling of awe, have been linked to lower levels of inflammatory cytokines by a new study. The research suggests that the positive feeling from enjoying the beauty of nature or getting lost ...

5-Ingredient No Bake Strawberry Tart

favicon Tried and Tasty
2 mentions4 weeks ago
OK, so how many of you are still going strong with your new year’s resolutions? I’ll be honest. January flew by in a hurry for me and I didn’t even have time to blink at my resolutions. I tell you what, time better slow down. There’s always so ...

White Potato Redux: Experts Say Spuds Are Not Nutritional Duds

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1 mentions4 weeks ago
The reputation of the humble spud may be on the mend.jamonation/Flickrhide caption All the starch contained in spuds can raise blood sugar. And potatoes — which are often consumed with loads of fat (think french fries and chips) — may not do our waistlines any favor. In a ...

8 Ways To Recommit To Your Resolutions

favicon The Huffington Post
1 mentions4 weeks ago
A month into the New Year and you've already wavered a bit on keeping up with your resolutions. Work has picked up, keeping you at the office late, and you've caught up with old friends over cocktails -- plus, the football playoffs have meant beer and wings galore.

Is Yoga A Good Workout?

favicon Love Life Surf
1 mentions4 weeks ago
It’s the first Monday of the month and that means it’s time to Ask a Yogini. Each month, I’ll answer a question about yoga – anything that you’re curious about. Chances are, if you have the question, someone else does too!

Five Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

favicon Paleo Magazine
2 mentions4 weeks ago
Let me start off by saying that I’m a huge fan of apple cider vinegar (ACV). I’ve been consuming it regularly now for a couple of years, and it’s become a staple in our pantry. The most common way I use it is to make salad dressing, but ...

Here's Why Nutrition Labels Should List Added Sugar

favicon The Huffington Post
1 mentions4 weeks ago
“It’s definitely easy not to be aware how much sugar you’re consuming," says the University of California, Davis' Kimber Stanhope. In the latest episode of Fig. 1, a web series that focuses on new ideas and research coming out of the UC system, Stanhope says that the American ...

Diets for Seniors: The Nutrition Advice Every Old Person Needs

favicon TIME.com
1 mentions4 weeks ago
Dr. Kohlstadt is a Faculty Associate at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and double-board certified in preventive medicine and nutrition. The editor of Biblical Archaeology Review, Hershel Shanks, 84, told it straight while dining at the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C. “There’s not much written ...
 

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