الأحد، 23 أكتوبر 2016

Amazing Green Juice Recipe
Cilantro Apple Green Juice

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If you're hesitant about downing glasses of green, know that you're not alone: A survey from Jamba Juice found that 28% of people think green juice is "scary" looking. But have no fear! These tried-and-true green juice recipes are so scrumptious, they'll keep you coming back for more—and you'll catch that green juice glow in no time

Cilantro Apple Green Juice

This green monster is loaded with calcium, iron, and vitamin K (thanks to the kale). The puckery citrus adds vitamin C, too. Don't forget cilantro, whose leaves are antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.
2 green apples
2 stalks celery
2 lg kale leaves
1 med cucumber
¼ c fresh cilantro
½ lemon, peeled
PRESS all ingredients through a juicer in batches. Stir and serve immediately
NUTRITION (per serving): 175 cal, 5 g pro, 51 g carb, 1 g fiber, 32 g sugars, 1.5 g fat, 0 g sat fat, 82 mg sodium

السبت، 15 أكتوبر 2016

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الخميس، 13 أكتوبر 2016

4 Proven Ways to Lose Weight on Autopilot (Without Counting Calories)

“Eat less, move more.”
This is the message we receive from various health gurus and nutrition organizations.
They assume that the only reason people gain or lose weight is because ofcalories.
This is simply wrong, because our bodies are much more complicated than that.
Different foods affect hunger and hormones in different ways and all calories are NOT equal.
The truth is… there are many thingsyou can do to lose weight, without ever counting a single calorie.
Here are 7 proven ways to put fat loss on “autopilot.”

1. Replace Your Grain-Based Breakfast With Eggs

Losing weight can be as simple as changing your breakfast.
Two separate studies have shown that eating eggs in the morning (compared to a breakfast of bagels) can help you lose fat without trying.
In one of these studies, 30 overweight or obese women ate either bagels or eggs for breakfast (1).
The egg group ended up eating fewer calories at lunch, the rest of the day and for the next 36 hours.
Put simply, the eggs were so fulfilling that the women automatically ate fewer calories at subsequent meals.
In another study, 152 overweight men and women were split into groups. One group ate eggs, the other ate bagels… both groups were on a weight loss diet (2).
After 8 weeks, the egg group had lost significantly more weight than the bagel group:
  • 65% more weight loss (2 lbs vs 1.3 lbs).
  • 61% greater reduction in BMI.
  • 34% greater reduction in waist circumference.
  • 16% greater reduction in body fat percentage.
The difference in weight loss wasn’t huge, but it clearly shows that simple things like changing one meal can have a small effect.
Another awesome benefit of eating eggs is that they are among the healthiest foods in the world. New studies show that they do NOT raise your bad cholesterol or give you heart disease, like previously believed (345,6).
If you think you don’t have time to cook a healthy breakfast, think again. Preparing a breakfast with some eggs and veggies doesn’t have to take any longer than 5-10 minutes.
Just set your alarm clock a few minutes earlier… problem solved.

2. Using Smaller Plates Can Trick Your Brain Into Thinking That You’re Actually Eating More

The human brain is the most complex object in the universe, gram for gram.
It tends to work in mysterious ways… and the control of eating behavior is incredibly complicated.
It is the brain that ultimately determines whether we should or should not eat.
Interestingly, there is one neat thing you can do to “trick” your brain into thinking that it has eaten more food.
This is using smaller plates.
The larger your plates or bowls, the less your brain thinks you have eaten. By using smaller plates, you trick your brain into feeling more satisfied with fewer calories.
It’s weird… but psychologists have been studying this and it seems to work (78).
Bottom Line: It is possible to “trick” the brain into thinking that it has eaten more food by using smaller plates.

3. Eating More Protein Can Reduce Appetite, Increase Fat Burning and Help You Gain Muscle

For some strange reason, protein has gotten a bad rap.
Many people think that it can “leech” calcium from the bones and cause kidney disease.
However… this is complete nonsense, which is not supported by science.
There is a lot of evidence that protein can increase fat burning and reduce hunger, leading to automatic weight loss.
In fact, studies show that protein boosts metabolism more than any other macronutrient (910).
One of the reasons for that is that it takes the body more calories to digest and make use of protein, than it does fat and carbs.
Protein also increases satiety, leading to significantly reduced hunger (11).
In one study, increasing protein to 30% of calories lead to an automatic decrease in calorie intake of 441 calories per day (12).
Many studies show that increasing your protein intake can lead to automatic weight loss, even when eating until fullness (13141516).
Protein can also help you gain more muscle, especially if you also lift weights. Muscle tissue is metabolically active, meaning that it burns a small amount of calories, even at rest (1718,19).
The best way to get in more protein is to eat more animal foods like meat, fish and eggs… preferably at every meal.

4. Eating Foods With a Low Energy Density and Lots of Fiber Make You Feel More Full With Fewer Calories

Another way to feel more satisfied with fewer calories is to eat foods that have alow energy density.
This includes foods that have a high water content, such as vegetables and some fruits.
Studies consistently show that dieters who eat less energy dense foods lose more weight than those who eat foods with a high energy density (202122).
In one study, women who ate soup (low energy density) lost 50% more weight than women who ate an energy dense snack (23).
Vegetables are also rich in soluble fiber, which has been shown to cause weight loss in some studies (242526).
Another benefit of soluble fiber is that it gets broken down by bacteria in the digestive tract to produce a fatty acid called butyrate, which is believed to have significant anti-obesity effects… at least in rats (27).
Combining animals (high in protein) with a bunch of plants (low energy density) is a recipe for success.
Bottom Line: Choosing foods with a low energy density (like vegetables and some fruits) can help you feel more satisfied with fewer calories.

الأربعاء، 5 أكتوبر 2016

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When you are told to skip entire food groups. When you are forced to limit the amount of calories you eat. Your only option is to use discipline to stick to the plan.
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             Quick and Easy Healthy                     Summer Salads

Chop in a large bowl following ingredients:
1 head of lettuce of your choice
1 small ripe avocado
1 small fennel
1 cup pineapple
1 cup raspberries
1 medium cucumber
1 pepper
All the ingredients mix well and sprinkle with a little lime juice. Enjoy in this fast and light summer salad!

Is This the Future? Magnetic Eye Shadows Are Here, So We're Thinking Yes

Eternal rule of beauty: The prettier a makeup product is, the more hesitant you are to actually use it. Whether it's a fresh-out-of-the-tube lipstick or an untouched bronzer with 3D designs etched into it, a little part of us dies when it's no longer pristine. But that doesn't have to be the case with MAC's new Spellbinder Shadows, which are magnetic and thus possess ✨magical powers✨.
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الثلاثاء، 4 أكتوبر 2016

Why I Have A Poster Of Myself In My Basement

Morning running friends!

Last week I was feeling a little blah, okay a lot. I get in these funks sometimes and though I try to look at all the positives and pull myself out of it, some days all I want to do is sit on the couch and stuff my face while feeling sorry for myself. Stuffing my face then makes me feel more sorry for myself because I feel like I’ve lost all my motivation and have no clue how I will get it back. As quickly as the funk comes that’s as quickly as it leaves.
I think I just have a lot of emotions running through my head and have been running around all summer. I once loved, and in some ways still do, how summer is unstructured, but for the first time in my life I’m realizing that I crave the routine that comes with the school year. When I was younger summer was fun because I could sleep in, but more often than not I remember moping around wishing my friends would come home from camp or where they went to over the summers. I thought it was school I was looked forward to, and maybe it was because I really enjoy learning, but maybe it was that with school came routine. YES I look forward to the weekends, even as a so-called-stay-at-home-mom {why the first question people ask you is where you work, I’ll never understand – but that is a debate for another day}, but I also really like Monday – Friday.
There is good in every day.
I thought summer training was going to be easier now that my kids are older and it hasn’t been and will continue to not be easy until school starts. So I’m not lamenting about it or even really worried about it. My fitness isn’t the same, my weight isn’t the same but that is all A-OK. It will all come back with time and a little hard work. It feels nice to say that while it is a priority, it isn’t my only priority. I don’t regret for one second not making my summer all about my running. I don’t regret not being exhausted and snappy. Not one bit. At some point I had to be honest with myself and say it’s okay to NOT do it all, all at once. It doesn’t mean I’m less dedicated or love fitness/running any less, it just means that there are ebbs and flows in life. Make sense? Okay enough with my rambling….

Monday I picked up Chloe and Miles from my dads in Maryland after they flew home from their Disney/Universal Trip in Florida. My sister Jessica joked that maybe if we were good my dad would take us to Disney one year…bahaha. In all seriousness, I’m very thankful that my kids get to do fun things with my dad and his wife. When Eric and I were in San Diego for the RRS Craft Classic Half Marathon my kids were with them most of the time. Chloe and Miles did a week long tennis camp and Colton got to do fun stuff with grandma while they were gone in the mornings. In the afternoons they headed to the pool – which I loved for them, because we don’t have a neighborhood pool {we don’t live in a neighborhood}. Without help from family, I wouldn’t be able to do half of what I do. Grateful doesn’t seem like a strong enough word.