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"Healthy" Is Always Relative…

June 30, 2011
I remember the first time i did a cleanse
Wow! was that an experience.
I was doing a colon cleanse
and in the process was going gluten and grain free
as well as following an anti-fungal protocol.
How’s that for a “health booster”?!?

I have never felt so bad in all my life
But it had to be good for me. I was cleansing!
I was ridding my body Read more…

“Healthy” Is Always Relative…

June 30, 2011
I remember the first time i did a cleanse
Wow! was that an experience.
I was doing a colon cleanse
and in the process was going gluten and grain free
as well as following an anti-fungal protocol.
How’s that for a “health booster”?!?

I have never felt so bad in all my life
But it had to be good for me. I was cleansing!
I was ridding my body Read more…

Misled(ucated) Much?

May 31, 2011

Have you been or are you currently being Misleducated?
Or worse have you misleducated another?

What’s misleducated?
It’s teaching someone What to think
instead of teaching someone How to think
It’s giving someone AN answer
instead of teaching someone how to come to THE answer

Have you ever driven in your car, your favorite route, only to find a road closed?
Isn’t it useful that you have been taught to navigate
not just follow one path?

Read more…

Female Fat Loss Circuit Style

May 12, 2011

One of my clients, Julia
is performing a female fat loss and toning circuit

There are a few key points to this
that I want to you to remain aware of as you watch

#1 – These exercises are specifically chosen for Julia
on this particular workout day
based on what tested Read more…

Raw Macaroons

April 12, 2011

We get asked if we indulge in the sweeter side of food often. We are personal trainers, but we are also human :). Our motto is mEA (minimal effective amount). It doesn’t take much, and with that, when we do, we like to keep it as clean as possible. Here are a few twists of a raw macaroon recipe that is sure to please all the senses. If you’re not keen on making your own, we LOVE the local Hail Merry version.

This is a great recipe from a site called Happy Foody. We’ve altered it a bit to make it our own.  Enjoy!

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Raw Chocolate Macaroons

INGREDIENTS:
3 cups dried unsweetened coconut flakes
1 1/2 cups cocoa powder (you don’t have to use exactly this much, just however rich you want them to be. You can even use 3/4 cups cocoa and be fine.)
1 cup raw honey or maple syrup
1/3 cup coconut oil
1-2 tbs. raw peanut butter (if desired)
1 tbs vanilla extract
1/2 tsp sea salt

DIRECTIONS:
Mix together.  Wet your hands so they don’t stick to your hands, and then form into balls.  Put them in the freezer until hardened, at least 30 minutes. MMMM!  Some of us think these taste like frozen Bon Bons!

Peanut Butter & Cinnamon Macaroons:
Everything the same as above, but add raw organic peanut butter and a few sprinkles of cinnamon.  This makes them extra tasty!   Just remember if you use roasted peanut butter, they will no longer be “raw”.

Raw “Blondie” Macaroons:
Everything the same as above, except substitute 1 1/2 cups almond meal for the cocoa powder.

Miso Porridge (Oats)

March 15, 2011

A re-post from Brian Johnson’s blog (Brian Speaks)

 

Currently my top 3 favorite foods-
1) nut butter
2) local eggs
3) miso

This is always changing with the days, weeks, seasons etc. The first two I’m confident you are very familiar with, but have you ever tried miso? (other than miso soup?) Do you know what miso is?

Miso – is a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting rice, barley and/or soybeans, with salt and the fungus kojikin, the most typical miso being made with soy. (wikipedia)

Miso’s health benefits include (but not limited to) increased food utilization and absorption due to its high Lactobacillus acidophilus content, as well as its Read more…

TMD Thanks CW 33!

February 19, 2011

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