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  • These are so good that they taste so bad for you but they’re paleo, gluten free and vegan!! 🤯 I found this recipe for tahini blondes and made it one night when I wanted a sweet treat. With only a few ingredients, they’re the perfect thing to whip up. Brandon has even asked me specifically to make them again (I think I’m slowly bringing him to the green side 😈)
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• 1 1/2 cups almond flour
• 1/3 cup coconut sugar
• 2 tsp baking powder
• 1 tsp salt
• 3/4 cup tahini
• 2 flax or chia eggs • 1/2 cup dairy-free chocolate chips
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Preheat oven to 350 and grease an 8x8 pan with coconut oil. Put all wet ingredients into a bowl and whisk together. Add in dry and mix until combined. Then add chocolate chips last and mix until just incorporated. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Let cool and cut into squares. These are so soft and fudgy if left on the counter and they won’t last long!! 🤤
  • These are so good that they taste so bad for you but they’re paleo, gluten free and vegan!! 🤯 I found this recipe for tahini blondes and made it one night when I wanted a sweet treat. With only a few ingredients, they’re the perfect thing to whip up. Brandon has even asked me specifically to make them again (I think I’m slowly bringing him to the green side 😈)

    • 1 1/2 cups almond flour
    • 1/3 cup coconut sugar
    • 2 tsp baking powder
    • 1 tsp salt
    • 3/4 cup tahini
    • 2 flax or chia eggs • 1/2 cup dairy-free chocolate chips

    Preheat oven to 350 and grease an 8x8 pan with coconut oil. Put all wet ingredients into a bowl and whisk together. Add in dry and mix until combined. Then add chocolate chips last and mix until just incorporated. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Let cool and cut into squares. These are so soft and fudgy if left on the counter and they won’t last long!! 🤤
  • 43 20 16 July, 2019

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  • These are so good that they taste so bad for you but they’re paleo, gluten free and vegan!! 🤯 I found this recipe for tahini blondes and made it one night when I wanted a sweet treat. With only a few ingredients, they’re the perfect thing to whip up. Brandon has even asked me specifically to make them again (I think I’m slowly bringing him to the green side 😈)
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• 1 1/2 cups almond flour
• 1/3 cup coconut sugar
• 2 tsp baking powder
• 1 tsp salt
• 3/4 cup tahini
• 2 flax or chia eggs • 1/2 cup dairy-free chocolate chips
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Preheat oven to 350 and grease an 8x8 pan with coconut oil. Put all wet ingredients into a bowl and whisk together. Add in dry and mix until combined. Then add chocolate chips last and mix until just incorporated. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Let cool and cut into squares. These are so soft and fudgy if left on the counter and they won’t last long!! 🤤
  • These are so good that they taste so bad for you but they’re paleo, gluten free and vegan!! 🤯 I found this recipe for tahini blondes and made it one night when I wanted a sweet treat. With only a few ingredients, they’re the perfect thing to whip up. Brandon has even asked me specifically to make them again (I think I’m slowly bringing him to the green side 😈)

    • 1 1/2 cups almond flour
    • 1/3 cup coconut sugar
    • 2 tsp baking powder
    • 1 tsp salt
    • 3/4 cup tahini
    • 2 flax or chia eggs • 1/2 cup dairy-free chocolate chips

    Preheat oven to 350 and grease an 8x8 pan with coconut oil. Put all wet ingredients into a bowl and whisk together. Add in dry and mix until combined. Then add chocolate chips last and mix until just incorporated. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Let cool and cut into squares. These are so soft and fudgy if left on the counter and they won’t last long!! 🤤
  • 43 20 16 July, 2019
  • Throughly enjoying endless smoothie bowls 😋 #balilifestyle
  • Throughly enjoying endless smoothie bowls 😋 #balilifestyle
  • 38 4 16 July, 2019
  • Last night was one of those nights where I *almost* ordered pizza. I forgot to take chicken out of the freezer for dinner, was tired and just didn’t feel like cooking. But I pulled through 🙌🏼 Whenever I feel like ordering and don’t, I seem to always make stir fry. It’s a great way to use up any extra veggies you have and also easy to get in a wide variety. I used bell peppers, onion, zucchini, swiss chard, carrots and broccoli. I topped it with the peanut sauce I always talk about from Costco. Mine was with pan fried tofu and I made rice for Brandon. It’s really good over rice noodles as well! 🍲
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Don’t let this fool you- we’ll probably order in or go out tonight. It happens 🤷🏻‍♀️ Sometimes you need a break and sometimes you just need pizza. Depriving yourself leads to binging. Listen to your body and enjoy your favourites!! 🍕
  • Last night was one of those nights where I *almost* ordered pizza. I forgot to take chicken out of the freezer for dinner, was tired and just didn’t feel like cooking. But I pulled through 🙌🏼 Whenever I feel like ordering and don’t, I seem to always make stir fry. It’s a great way to use up any extra veggies you have and also easy to get in a wide variety. I used bell peppers, onion, zucchini, swiss chard, carrots and broccoli. I topped it with the peanut sauce I always talk about from Costco. Mine was with pan fried tofu and I made rice for Brandon. It’s really good over rice noodles as well! 🍲

    Don’t let this fool you- we’ll probably order in or go out tonight. It happens 🤷🏻‍♀️ Sometimes you need a break and sometimes you just need pizza. Depriving yourself leads to binging. Listen to your body and enjoy your favourites!! 🍕
  • 49 23 13 July, 2019
  • I realized after I started typing that it isn’t morning anymore but that’s okay 😬 Happy Monday! I think I’m still on island time because my motivation and energy has been 👎🏼 I went to my first yoga class in two weeks this morning and let me tell you...it was extremely difficult. I don’t even think I participated in half of the class because I was either going to pass out, puke, or both at the same time 🙃 This usually happens when I take a long break- the first couple of classes are really hard to get through and after that, it’s great. Not working out for a while and then going back in full force, high intensity is not the best idea but I seem to do it every time 🤷🏻‍♀️ It’s a good reminder to stay active even when not going to the gym or a class 💦
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This oatmeal was a favourite a long time ago and I remembered about it again yesterday. I put 1/2 cup of oats in a small pot and about 1 cup of almond milk. I added in cinnamon and collagen too. On top I drizzled on peanut butter, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds and raisins. The perfect balance of carbs, protein and fat. It’s so good and satisfying, definitely a must try!
  • I realized after I started typing that it isn’t morning anymore but that’s okay 😬 Happy Monday! I think I’m still on island time because my motivation and energy has been 👎🏼 I went to my first yoga class in two weeks this morning and let me tell you...it was extremely difficult. I don’t even think I participated in half of the class because I was either going to pass out, puke, or both at the same time 🙃 This usually happens when I take a long break- the first couple of classes are really hard to get through and after that, it’s great. Not working out for a while and then going back in full force, high intensity is not the best idea but I seem to do it every time 🤷🏻‍♀️ It’s a good reminder to stay active even when not going to the gym or a class 💦

    This oatmeal was a favourite a long time ago and I remembered about it again yesterday. I put 1/2 cup of oats in a small pot and about 1 cup of almond milk. I added in cinnamon and collagen too. On top I drizzled on peanut butter, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds and raisins. The perfect balance of carbs, protein and fat. It’s so good and satisfying, definitely a must try!
  • 55 21 8 July, 2019
  • Who doesn’t love a steak dinner?!?! Here’s a super simple and quick dinner option when you want something super tasty but also need to cook in a crunch! All it is: oven roasted veggies of your choice, grilled steak, and a super simple mushroom sauce 😋
  • Who doesn’t love a steak dinner?!?! Here’s a super simple and quick dinner option when you want something super tasty but also need to cook in a crunch! All it is: oven roasted veggies of your choice, grilled steak, and a super simple mushroom sauce 😋
  • 29 1 7 July, 2019
  • I have no useful information for this picture other than everyone needs to take a break from social media and trying to take the “perfect picture” to post. It’s exhausting always being in that mindset and when you let go, you can fully enjoy life ✌🏼
ps. Tofino really is as amazing as people say it is and you must see it 🌊
  • I have no useful information for this picture other than everyone needs to take a break from social media and trying to take the “perfect picture” to post. It’s exhausting always being in that mindset and when you let go, you can fully enjoy life ✌🏼
    ps. Tofino really is as amazing as people say it is and you must see it 🌊
  • 68 23 5 July, 2019
  • Here’s another quick and simple breakfast option! Perfect to get you through the post #4thofjuly struggle 😂😉 It’s full of Veggies and protein packed and as easy as making scrambled eggs 🍳 this is my Texmex scramble that I love to make, go on and give it a go 🤗 🥚2 eggs 🔪Chopped onion ❤️Chopped capsicum/bell pepper 🥬Spinach 🥑Sliced avocado 
Finish with hot sauce of your choice!
  • Here’s another quick and simple breakfast option! Perfect to get you through the post #4thofjuly struggle 😂😉 It’s full of Veggies and protein packed and as easy as making scrambled eggs 🍳 this is my Texmex scramble that I love to make, go on and give it a go 🤗 🥚2 eggs 🔪Chopped onion ❤️Chopped capsicum/bell pepper 🥬Spinach 🥑Sliced avocado
    Finish with hot sauce of your choice!
  • 26 1 4 July, 2019
  • This has been one of my go to breaky options. Super easy to make, low carb and delicious! All it is: 🥚2 medium boiled eggs ( I cook mine for 7 mins) 🥑 half an avo ❤️ half a capsicum 
I sprinkle a little salt, pepper, and smoked paprika on my eggs for some flavor 🤗 enjoy
  • This has been one of my go to breaky options. Super easy to make, low carb and delicious! All it is: 🥚2 medium boiled eggs ( I cook mine for 7 mins) 🥑 half an avo ❤️ half a capsicum
    I sprinkle a little salt, pepper, and smoked paprika on my eggs for some flavor 🤗 enjoy
  • 37 1 3 July, 2019
  • Here’s a super yummy and quick low-carb breakfast idea featuring: 2 hard/medium boiled eggs 🥚, 1/2 a capsicum ❤️, 1/2 an avocado 🥑. I love eating my capsicum raw for a good crunch! Sprinkle eggs with salt and Pepper and I love to add some smoked paprika 👌🏼 give it a go 😊
  • Here’s a super yummy and quick low-carb breakfast idea featuring: 2 hard/medium boiled eggs 🥚, 1/2 a capsicum ❤️, 1/2 an avocado 🥑. I love eating my capsicum raw for a good crunch! Sprinkle eggs with salt and Pepper and I love to add some smoked paprika 👌🏼 give it a go 😊
  • 18 1 28 June, 2019
  • There’s many things I don’t buy pre-made anymore and one of those things is pasta sauce 🍝 It’s ridiculously easy to make at home and freezes really well. I don’t follow a recipe but I’ve made it so many times that I pretty much have it all memorized. If I’m making a big batch to freeze, I’ll double or triple this recipe but this usually makes enough for 5-6 people⤵️
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2 large cans crushed tomatoes, no salt added
6 cloves garlic, crushed
1-2 onions, diced
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp dried oregano
2 tbsp dried basil
1 tsp cinnamon 
1 tbsp dried parsley 
salt and pepper to taste
Sauté onion and garlic in olive oil. Add the rest of the ingredients and let it simmer for as long as you can- I usually do an hour. The longer it does, the more flavour it has. You can even make this into a rose sauce by adding either cream or coconut cream!
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Basically anything pre-made has added sugars, oils, salt, preservatives and other junk that’s contributing to inflammation, weight gain, hormone imbalances and a lot of other issues. Pasta sauce has zero need for added white sugar....I’ll never understand why it’s in there 🤷🏻‍♀️ Reading ingredient lists is so important!! Take the extra minute and scan it over to make sure you know exactly what is in your food 🌿
  • There’s many things I don’t buy pre-made anymore and one of those things is pasta sauce 🍝 It’s ridiculously easy to make at home and freezes really well. I don’t follow a recipe but I’ve made it so many times that I pretty much have it all memorized. If I’m making a big batch to freeze, I’ll double or triple this recipe but this usually makes enough for 5-6 people⤵️

    2 large cans crushed tomatoes, no salt added
    6 cloves garlic, crushed
    1-2 onions, diced
    1 tbsp olive oil
    2 tbsp dried oregano
    2 tbsp dried basil
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1 tbsp dried parsley
    salt and pepper to taste
    Sauté onion and garlic in olive oil. Add the rest of the ingredients and let it simmer for as long as you can- I usually do an hour. The longer it does, the more flavour it has. You can even make this into a rose sauce by adding either cream or coconut cream!

    Basically anything pre-made has added sugars, oils, salt, preservatives and other junk that’s contributing to inflammation, weight gain, hormone imbalances and a lot of other issues. Pasta sauce has zero need for added white sugar....I’ll never understand why it’s in there 🤷🏻‍♀️ Reading ingredient lists is so important!! Take the extra minute and scan it over to make sure you know exactly what is in your food 🌿
  • 76 38 24 June, 2019
  • MORE IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER!

Okay guys, in this post I'll talk about deload and when to use it. Many novices think that if they train as much as possible, they will make the best progress.
But , thats a mistake.

Every day we are facing stress. Addition to that, we lift weights and stress our bodies even more. When we stress it too much, and fatigue stack up, we need a DELOAD! Plain and simple, a deload is a short planned period of recovery. You take your training slightly lighter, maybe workout a little less, and generally just ease things back.
A typical deload will for a week. You can take a total deload( for example 7 days without training at all), or  for example, you can cut your total volume for 50%.
Deload is ussualy taken every 4 - 8 weeks, depending on your stress, intensity of workout etc. Why do we take it? To rest our central nervous system(CNS), joints and muscles. In some rare cases, if you were exercising for months without taking a deload, you might need even a longer deload than 7 days.

Signs that you do not provide enough rest to your body :
💥Constant soreness that lasts for days.
💥Your progress stagnates.
💥You can't sleep at night.
💥You feel tired all the time.
  • MORE IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER!

    Okay guys, in this post I'll talk about deload and when to use it. Many novices think that if they train as much as possible, they will make the best progress.
    But , thats a mistake.

    Every day we are facing stress. Addition to that, we lift weights and stress our bodies even more. When we stress it too much, and fatigue stack up, we need a DELOAD! Plain and simple, a deload is a short planned period of recovery. You take your training slightly lighter, maybe workout a little less, and generally just ease things back.
    A typical deload will for a week. You can take a total deload( for example 7 days without training at all), or for example, you can cut your total volume for 50%.
    Deload is ussualy taken every 4 - 8 weeks, depending on your stress, intensity of workout etc. Why do we take it? To rest our central nervous system(CNS), joints and muscles. In some rare cases, if you were exercising for months without taking a deload, you might need even a longer deload than 7 days.

    Signs that you do not provide enough rest to your body :
    💥Constant soreness that lasts for days.
    💥Your progress stagnates.
    💥You can't sleep at night.
    💥You feel tired all the time.
  • 94 1 21 June, 2019
  • I’ve never had strawberry rhubarb anything up until a few weeks ago and now I’ve made this 4 times 😬 This crisp is made with local strawberries and rhubarb and is SO good. Crisps are so easy to throw together and you can use almost any fruit you have on hand- apples, peaches, blueberries, they’re all delicious. 
The filling for this is ⤵️
3-4 cups sliced rhubarb 
3-4 cups sliced strawberries 
3/4 cup coconut sugar 
2 tbsp cornstarch 
I added everything except the cornstarch to a bowl and let it sit for about 20 minutes to draw out any excess moisture. Then I drained it and tossed in the cornstarch. 
The topping is ⤵️
2 cups oats
1/2 cup oat flour 
1/3 cup coconut sugar 
1 tbsp cinnamon
1 tsp sea salt
1/4 cup room temp. butter 
1/4 cup room temp. coconut oil 
Mix everything together with a fork or your hands until it becomes a crumble texture and most of the dry ingredients are incorporated with the butter and coconut oil. Bake at 325 for 30-40 minutes. Served warm with coconut milk vanilla ice cream is heaven 😍🤤
  • I’ve never had strawberry rhubarb anything up until a few weeks ago and now I’ve made this 4 times 😬 This crisp is made with local strawberries and rhubarb and is SO good. Crisps are so easy to throw together and you can use almost any fruit you have on hand- apples, peaches, blueberries, they’re all delicious.
    The filling for this is ⤵️
    3-4 cups sliced rhubarb
    3-4 cups sliced strawberries
    3/4 cup coconut sugar
    2 tbsp cornstarch
    I added everything except the cornstarch to a bowl and let it sit for about 20 minutes to draw out any excess moisture. Then I drained it and tossed in the cornstarch.
    The topping is ⤵️
    2 cups oats
    1/2 cup oat flour
    1/3 cup coconut sugar
    1 tbsp cinnamon
    1 tsp sea salt
    1/4 cup room temp. butter
    1/4 cup room temp. coconut oil
    Mix everything together with a fork or your hands until it becomes a crumble texture and most of the dry ingredients are incorporated with the butter and coconut oil. Bake at 325 for 30-40 minutes. Served warm with coconut milk vanilla ice cream is heaven 😍🤤
  • 78 39 19 June, 2019
  • And now that we’ve finished that race, what should we eat to recover?

Simple: carbs and protein in a 3 to 1 ratio.

Initially, you want to choose quick-digesting forms of carbohydrate to allow your body to replenish the glycogen stores in your muscles. Fruit, crackers or bread are great to eat first. Then within the first 30 to 60 minutes after the race, it is crucial to consume some protein to help repair all your worn and torn muscles. 
The perfect post-event drink is chocolate milk! We love this recovery drink but don’t recommend the store bought version, which is full of inflammatory cow’s milk and refined sugar. We suggest making your own dairy-free version made with coconut milk and real cacao powder for an extra dose of magnesium to ease your sore muscles. Here’s our 3 ingredient recipe for homemade Cacao Milk.

2 cups coconut milk
2 tbsp raw cacao powder
1 tsp maple syrup

We also sprinkled in some cacao nibs and hemp hearts but this is completely optional. 
Now, go get your massage and soak in a hot epsom salt bath to further help your recovery!
  • And now that we’ve finished that race, what should we eat to recover?

    Simple: carbs and protein in a 3 to 1 ratio.

    Initially, you want to choose quick-digesting forms of carbohydrate to allow your body to replenish the glycogen stores in your muscles. Fruit, crackers or bread are great to eat first. Then within the first 30 to 60 minutes after the race, it is crucial to consume some protein to help repair all your worn and torn muscles.
    The perfect post-event drink is chocolate milk! We love this recovery drink but don’t recommend the store bought version, which is full of inflammatory cow’s milk and refined sugar. We suggest making your own dairy-free version made with coconut milk and real cacao powder for an extra dose of magnesium to ease your sore muscles. Here’s our 3 ingredient recipe for homemade Cacao Milk.

    2 cups coconut milk
    2 tbsp raw cacao powder
    1 tsp maple syrup

    We also sprinkled in some cacao nibs and hemp hearts but this is completely optional.
    Now, go get your massage and soak in a hot epsom salt bath to further help your recovery!
  • 16 4 18 June, 2019
  • I used to love potato salad when I was a kid and probably haven’t had it in over 5 years. What I don’t love is all the added poor quality oils, sugar, fat and mayo that’s used in your typical store bought ones. I don’t usually worry about fat but when they’re highly refined oils and not needed, I don’t want it 🙅🏻‍♀️ I thought I’d make my own to use throughout the week! This would be perfect to take to a BBQ or dinner too. I didn’t measure anything and you can totally switch out ingredients but I used local nugget potatoes, lots of fresh dill, pickles, radishes and green onion. The dressing isn’t mayo based which makes it vegan 🌱
1/2 cup good quality olive oil
2 tbsp dijon mustard 
4 cloves minced garlic 
1 lemon, juiced 
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar 
Salt and pepper 
Whisk until smooth and pour over all ingredients. You could even add in chickpeas and it could be a meal in itself! 👍🏼
  • I used to love potato salad when I was a kid and probably haven’t had it in over 5 years. What I don’t love is all the added poor quality oils, sugar, fat and mayo that’s used in your typical store bought ones. I don’t usually worry about fat but when they’re highly refined oils and not needed, I don’t want it 🙅🏻‍♀️ I thought I’d make my own to use throughout the week! This would be perfect to take to a BBQ or dinner too. I didn’t measure anything and you can totally switch out ingredients but I used local nugget potatoes, lots of fresh dill, pickles, radishes and green onion. The dressing isn’t mayo based which makes it vegan 🌱
    1/2 cup good quality olive oil
    2 tbsp dijon mustard
    4 cloves minced garlic
    1 lemon, juiced
    2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
    Salt and pepper
    Whisk until smooth and pour over all ingredients. You could even add in chickpeas and it could be a meal in itself! 👍🏼
  • 71 32 16 June, 2019
  • Jerusalem artichokes belongs to the sunflower family of plants. Also known as the earth apple, sun chokes are sweet and almost garlicky, mushroomy and yummy These versatile veggies can be eaten as a side dish or simply roasted and served with butter and salt. A one cup serving of sunchokes contains 643 mg of potassium, which is essential for overall health and can help to reduce heart disease. contain plenty of inulin, a type of prebiotic fiber that has been credited with a number of health benefits due to its medicinal properties and loads of vitamin B1.A healthy nutritional dish full with nutrients,flavours and love 💚💚💚
  • Jerusalem artichokes belongs to the sunflower family of plants. Also known as the earth apple, sun chokes are sweet and almost garlicky, mushroomy and yummy These versatile veggies can be eaten as a side dish or simply roasted and served with butter and salt. A one cup serving of sunchokes contains 643 mg of potassium, which is essential for overall health and can help to reduce heart disease. contain plenty of inulin, a type of prebiotic fiber that has been credited with a number of health benefits due to its medicinal properties and loads of vitamin B1.A healthy nutritional dish full with nutrients,flavours and love 💚💚💚
  • 22 8 15 June, 2019
  • Berry season has arrived and I am here for it 🙌🏼 I’ve been getting local strawberries the last few weeks and the taste difference is unbelievable. They’re sweeter, have more flavour and are just so cute! I always seem to have a bowl of berries or melons cut up in the fridge during summer. It’s my favourite to eat fresh, cold fruit on a hot day ☀️
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Berries are extremely high in antioxidants, vitamin c and are hydrating. They also double as dessert! They are “nature’s candy” after all. Berries are lower in sugar content compared to other fruits so they’re a good choice if you’re watching your sugar intake
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Berries are also typically very heavily sprayed with pesticides and chemicals. I recommend buying organic when you can, but I don’t worry about it as much if I’m buying from a local farm. Most still do use sprays however not as many or as much compared to ones that are being shipped from other parts of the world. You can also ask your local farmer and they’d be happy to explain to you! Get to know where your food comes and from and how it’s grown 🍓🍉
  • Berry season has arrived and I am here for it 🙌🏼 I’ve been getting local strawberries the last few weeks and the taste difference is unbelievable. They’re sweeter, have more flavour and are just so cute! I always seem to have a bowl of berries or melons cut up in the fridge during summer. It’s my favourite to eat fresh, cold fruit on a hot day ☀️

    Berries are extremely high in antioxidants, vitamin c and are hydrating. They also double as dessert! They are “nature’s candy” after all. Berries are lower in sugar content compared to other fruits so they’re a good choice if you’re watching your sugar intake

    Berries are also typically very heavily sprayed with pesticides and chemicals. I recommend buying organic when you can, but I don’t worry about it as much if I’m buying from a local farm. Most still do use sprays however not as many or as much compared to ones that are being shipped from other parts of the world. You can also ask your local farmer and they’d be happy to explain to you! Get to know where your food comes and from and how it’s grown 🍓🍉
  • 95 51 11 June, 2019
  • Here’s a great breaky to kick start your week! Veggie and protein packed and as easy as making scrambled eggs 🍳 this is my Texmex scramble that I love to make when I have a bit more time in the morning to actually cook 👩‍🍳 🥚2 eggs 🔪Chopped onion ❤️Chopped capsicum/bell pepper 🥬Spinach 🥑Sliced avocado 🌶finish with a drizzle of your favorite hot sauce
  • Here’s a great breaky to kick start your week! Veggie and protein packed and as easy as making scrambled eggs 🍳 this is my Texmex scramble that I love to make when I have a bit more time in the morning to actually cook 👩‍🍳 🥚2 eggs 🔪Chopped onion ❤️Chopped capsicum/bell pepper 🥬Spinach 🥑Sliced avocado 🌶finish with a drizzle of your favorite hot sauce
  • 29 3 9 June, 2019
  • Lima beans are a very good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber, as are most other legumes. In addition to lowering cholesterol, lima beans' high fiber content prevents blood sugar levels from rising too rapidly after a meal, making these beans an especially good choice for individuals with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia. When combined with whole grains such as couscous, lima beans provide virtually fat-free high quality protein. You may already be familiar with beans' fiber and protein, but this is far from all lima beans have to offer.
Try this amazing wholesome dish full of flavours Lima beans, couscous,mushrooms,Garlic,onions,coriander herbs and spices💚💚💚
  • Lima beans are a very good source of cholesterol-lowering fiber, as are most other legumes. In addition to lowering cholesterol, lima beans' high fiber content prevents blood sugar levels from rising too rapidly after a meal, making these beans an especially good choice for individuals with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia. When combined with whole grains such as couscous, lima beans provide virtually fat-free high quality protein. You may already be familiar with beans' fiber and protein, but this is far from all lima beans have to offer.
    Try this amazing wholesome dish full of flavours Lima beans, couscous,mushrooms,Garlic,onions,coriander herbs and spices💚💚💚
  • 18 3 7 June, 2019
  • Leftovers are seriously life changing and if you don’t like them, we can’t be friends 🤷🏻‍♀️ (just kidding) But seriously, I don’t know what people do who don’t like eating the same meal twice or reheating food. I try and make sure I make double dinners so Brandon and I have lunches the next day. It saves money because I’m not buying separate things for lunch, I don’t have to spend every night making our lunches and it ensures we’re both not eating crap on the go (it happens sometimes though). This was last nights dinner- wild caught salmon in coconut lime thai curry sauce with carrots, snap peas and brown rice. I’m obsessed with coconut lime sauces right now and it’s so easy to make ⤵️
3-4 shallots, sliced 
5 cloves garlic, minced 
2 tbsp fresh ginger, grated
1 can full fat coconut milk
juice from 3 limes 
sea salt & pepper
I sauté the first 3 in a little coconut oil, add the rest of the ingredients in and it’s done! So good on anything, I could probably drink it. Side note, nothing is better than walking barefoot in the grass on a sunny day. Hope you get to enjoy some of it today! ☀️
  • Leftovers are seriously life changing and if you don’t like them, we can’t be friends 🤷🏻‍♀️ (just kidding) But seriously, I don’t know what people do who don’t like eating the same meal twice or reheating food. I try and make sure I make double dinners so Brandon and I have lunches the next day. It saves money because I’m not buying separate things for lunch, I don’t have to spend every night making our lunches and it ensures we’re both not eating crap on the go (it happens sometimes though). This was last nights dinner- wild caught salmon in coconut lime thai curry sauce with carrots, snap peas and brown rice. I’m obsessed with coconut lime sauces right now and it’s so easy to make ⤵️
    3-4 shallots, sliced
    5 cloves garlic, minced
    2 tbsp fresh ginger, grated
    1 can full fat coconut milk
    juice from 3 limes
    sea salt & pepper
    I sauté the first 3 in a little coconut oil, add the rest of the ingredients in and it’s done! So good on anything, I could probably drink it. Side note, nothing is better than walking barefoot in the grass on a sunny day. Hope you get to enjoy some of it today! ☀️
  • 72 50 6 June, 2019
  • I threw this together in maybe 5 minutes and it turned out great 👌🏼 Organic sprouted toast topped with organic local pea shoots, fried eggs, charcoal sea salt straight from Hawaii (thanks @mrslrs2014 ❤️) and sriracha. I love pea shoots, microgreens, all of it. They pack a serious nutrient dense punch for a small amount. They’re crisp and fresh and lighten up any meal 🌱
  • I threw this together in maybe 5 minutes and it turned out great 👌🏼 Organic sprouted toast topped with organic local pea shoots, fried eggs, charcoal sea salt straight from Hawaii (thanks @mrslrs2014 ❤️) and sriracha. I love pea shoots, microgreens, all of it. They pack a serious nutrient dense punch for a small amount. They’re crisp and fresh and lighten up any meal 🌱
  • 79 54 4 June, 2019
  • HEALTHY PROTEIN COOKIES! 👇 .
💥 Ingredients : 
3 bananas(300 g)
200ml of egg whites
2 spoons of erythritol
30g penaut butter
90g vanilla whey protein
100g coconut flour
20g of integral spelt flour
30g soy flour
Vanilia flavor
Half of baking powder.
25 grams of chocolate drops( or dark chocolate). 💥 Preparation :

Mix bananas into the spelt. Add the aroma of vanilla, erythritol and egg whites and mix untill the mixture hardened.
Mix well with whey protein, flour and baking powder. The mixture is quite pliable and needs to be. The amount for 1 biscuit is 1 cup.
Place the inventory on a damp cloth coated with baking paper and wipe it with damp hands in a more regular form.
Finally, sprinkle with chocolate drops.

Bake at 180 degrees on the ventilation program. For 15minutes.

From the amount of ingredients mentioned above, you can make 17 cookies.

Nutritional value of 1 cookie :
89kcal
8.1g of Carbs
8.4g of Protein
2.6g of Fats
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#onlinecoaching #bodybuilding #losefat #loseweight #gainmuscle #motivation #gym #gymemes #exercise #fitness #fitnessrecipes #workout #healthyfood #healthyrecpies #coach #workoutips #nutrition
  • HEALTHY PROTEIN COOKIES! 👇 .
    💥 Ingredients :
    3 bananas(300 g)
    200ml of egg whites
    2 spoons of erythritol
    30g penaut butter
    90g vanilla whey protein
    100g coconut flour
    20g of integral spelt flour
    30g soy flour
    Vanilia flavor
    Half of baking powder.
    25 grams of chocolate drops( or dark chocolate). 💥 Preparation :

    Mix bananas into the spelt. Add the aroma of vanilla, erythritol and egg whites and mix untill the mixture hardened.
    Mix well with whey protein, flour and baking powder. The mixture is quite pliable and needs to be. The amount for 1 biscuit is 1 cup.
    Place the inventory on a damp cloth coated with baking paper and wipe it with damp hands in a more regular form.
    Finally, sprinkle with chocolate drops.

    Bake at 180 degrees on the ventilation program. For 15minutes.

    From the amount of ingredients mentioned above, you can make 17 cookies.

    Nutritional value of 1 cookie :
    89kcal
    8.1g of Carbs
    8.4g of Protein
    2.6g of Fats
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    .
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    #onlinecoaching #bodybuilding #losefat #loseweight #gainmuscle #motivation #gym #gymemes #exercise #fitness #fitnessrecipes #workout #healthyfood #healthyrecpies #coach #workoutips #nutrition
  • 86 2 31 May, 2019
  • Hello people!
 Today we are talking about 1 of 3 "big lifts", BENCH PRESS! 💪🔩 The bench press is an upper-body exercise for your chest, shoulders ( anteroir deltoids, scapulae fixers, serattus anterior , trapezii) and the triceps. 
TIPS : ⏩⏩⏩ .
💢 Keep a tight grip on the bar all the time, and use a normal grip, not suicide grip. When you load a heavy amount of weights, with suicide grip you might drop it and hurt yourself badly + you are hurting your wrists .
.💢 Tuck your elbows in, you will hit your chest better + save your shoulders from injury.
💢 Keep your butt on bench while preforming exercise.
💢 Retract your scapula and make arch in lower back to be stable .
💢 Use leg drive .
💢 Take a breath at start of a repetition, exhale after it or while you are lifting the bar. .
💢 Lower weight to the chest, do not cheat! .
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#onlinecoaching #bodybuilding #losefat #loseweight #gainmuscle #motivation #gym #gymemes #exercise #fitness #fitnessrecipes #workout #healthyfood #healthyrecpies #coach #workoutips #nutrition
  • Hello people!
    Today we are talking about 1 of 3 "big lifts", BENCH PRESS! 💪🔩 The bench press is an upper-body exercise for your chest, shoulders ( anteroir deltoids, scapulae fixers, serattus anterior , trapezii) and the triceps.
    TIPS : ⏩⏩⏩ .
    💢 Keep a tight grip on the bar all the time, and use a normal grip, not suicide grip. When you load a heavy amount of weights, with suicide grip you might drop it and hurt yourself badly + you are hurting your wrists .
    .💢 Tuck your elbows in, you will hit your chest better + save your shoulders from injury.
    💢 Keep your butt on bench while preforming exercise.
    💢 Retract your scapula and make arch in lower back to be stable .
    💢 Use leg drive .
    💢 Take a breath at start of a repetition, exhale after it or while you are lifting the bar. .
    💢 Lower weight to the chest, do not cheat! .
    .

    #onlinecoaching #bodybuilding #losefat #loseweight #gainmuscle #motivation #gym #gymemes #exercise #fitness #fitnessrecipes #workout #healthyfood #healthyrecpies #coach #workoutips #nutrition
  • 99 4 29 May, 2019
  • I’ve been really bad with prepping breakfasts and lunches *gasp* I know. I feel like I go through phases like this, it happens 🤷🏻‍♀️ This lunch from the other day was literally random things I had in my fridge, threw it all in a bowl with a cilantro dressing I made, some hemp hearts and that was it! It was either this or not eating and then being hangry which isn’t a good time for me or anyone involved 😬
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leftover ground beef from @trulocal that I made into tacos the night before 
spinach
cucumber
snap peas
tomatoes
cilantro dressing 
hemp hearts
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side note- I’ve used a few of the products that @trulocal so kindly sent to me and the quality is amazing. The steak was 👌🏼 It really does pay off to spend a little more on good quality ingredients, not only for health reasons but also flavour! I’m picky with what I buy but it’s also not the end of the world if I can’t find organic carrots. Some weeks you can find certain things and afford them, some weeks you can’t and that is okay! Any effort is better than none
  • I’ve been really bad with prepping breakfasts and lunches *gasp* I know. I feel like I go through phases like this, it happens 🤷🏻‍♀️ This lunch from the other day was literally random things I had in my fridge, threw it all in a bowl with a cilantro dressing I made, some hemp hearts and that was it! It was either this or not eating and then being hangry which isn’t a good time for me or anyone involved 😬

    leftover ground beef from @trulocal that I made into tacos the night before
    spinach
    cucumber
    snap peas
    tomatoes
    cilantro dressing
    hemp hearts

    side note- I’ve used a few of the products that @trulocal so kindly sent to me and the quality is amazing. The steak was 👌🏼 It really does pay off to spend a little more on good quality ingredients, not only for health reasons but also flavour! I’m picky with what I buy but it’s also not the end of the world if I can’t find organic carrots. Some weeks you can find certain things and afford them, some weeks you can’t and that is okay! Any effort is better than none
  • 96 57 29 May, 2019
  • Happy Monday! ☀️ I have a million and two things to do today and easily could have canceled my yoga class but here I am! (waiting for class to start laying on my mat). I feel like days like this are days I need to come here the most. I get a good hour sweat session in and I’m good for the day 👊🏼
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Also on days where I have a ton to do, the last thing I want to do is spend an hour making so dinner 👎🏼 I’ve been relying on stir fry a lot the last few weeks. It’s super easy, makes for great leftovers and you get a ton of veggies in. These are my usuals but sometimes I’ll use bok choy, cabbage, snow peas, or cauliflower. I make a really easy honey garlic sauce (I hate buying premade sauces when I can make them myself) 👇🏼
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• 1/4 cup tamari
• 2 tbsp raw honey
• 5 cloves minced garlic • 1/2 cup chicken bone broth • 2 tsp cornstarch & cold water
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I mix everything together and pour into the skillet when I’m just about ready to serve. You want the sauce to thicken. Serve over brown rice or rice noodles and you’re done! (yes, I used all that garlic pictured 😬) I hope you get to enjoy the sunshine at some point today! 😎
  • Happy Monday! ☀️ I have a million and two things to do today and easily could have canceled my yoga class but here I am! (waiting for class to start laying on my mat). I feel like days like this are days I need to come here the most. I get a good hour sweat session in and I’m good for the day 👊🏼

    Also on days where I have a ton to do, the last thing I want to do is spend an hour making so dinner 👎🏼 I’ve been relying on stir fry a lot the last few weeks. It’s super easy, makes for great leftovers and you get a ton of veggies in. These are my usuals but sometimes I’ll use bok choy, cabbage, snow peas, or cauliflower. I make a really easy honey garlic sauce (I hate buying premade sauces when I can make them myself) 👇🏼

    • 1/4 cup tamari
    • 2 tbsp raw honey
    • 5 cloves minced garlic • 1/2 cup chicken bone broth • 2 tsp cornstarch & cold water

    I mix everything together and pour into the skillet when I’m just about ready to serve. You want the sauce to thicken. Serve over brown rice or rice noodles and you’re done! (yes, I used all that garlic pictured 😬) I hope you get to enjoy the sunshine at some point today! 😎
  • 70 29 27 May, 2019