“I’m worried if I strength train, I’ll get bulky.“ This is a concern I hear regularly from my female clients who are new to strength training. But the answer is….NO!!!
Easy, delicious recipes I’ve tried that you should try too. This week: Cauliflower Wings (from veganhuggs.com) If you love the nutty flavor of cauliflower, you’ll LOVE these delicious, easy-to-make, plant-based baked “wings”! Make some for this weekend’s holiday party!
Easy, delicious recipes I’ve tried that you should try too. This week: Mexican Pizza (from thecuriouschickpea.com) Everyone loves pizza! Try this easy-to-make, flavor-packed, plant-based version using refried beans as a base. I make mine without any faux cheese and
About 4 years ago, my parents, Ken & Kathy, and I switched to eating a whole-foods, plant-based diet. Here’s why and the SHOCKING results! Resources cited in my video*: Food Choices (2016;
Easy, delicious recipes I’ve tried that you should try too. This week: Nice Ice Cream (from forksoverknives.com) Summer = ice cream! Try this easy-to-make, plant-based, creamy frozen deliciousness. Add your favorite toppings and…yum! Bon appétit! I’D LOVE TO
Many of us exercise to lose weight. But did you know…weight loss can be achieved by diet changes alone but NOT by exercise alone. So why bother exercising? Why bother listening
Easy, delicious recipes I’ve tried that you should try too. This week: Spicy Carrot & Zucchini Pasta from foodnheal.com. If you’re looking for an alternative to your wheat flour pasta and you love zucchini, you’ll love this colorful, plant-based
We “Tone & Tighten” to burn more calories in less time! Let’s be real. We want to be in shape and toned but we DON’T want and DON’T have the time to work out for hours. Thank goodness for
Easy, delicious recipes I’ve tried that you should try too. This week: The BEST Veggie Chili EVER (from www.thekitchn.com) My friends will attest that I LOVE making chili! I make a huge pot for every camping trip and for
Want to slim down? Then eating healthy foods in sensible portions is important. But what is “healthy” and “sensible”? Here are some images to help you visualize what “healthy” and “sensible” looks like. I know it’s hard (for me too)