never got around to posting this recipe but, it’s been a long time since i made baked oatmeal... probably like 2 years ago. def would recommend this for a casual weekend breakfast bc it takes a while to cook. spring break starts tomorrow!!!
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banana blueberry baked oatmeal
1/2 c rolled oats
1 tbsp ground flaxseeds
1/2 c almond milk
generous handful of blueberries
half a banana, mashed
dash of cinnamon
dash of salt
combine everything into a ramekin and stir to combine. add banana slices on top. bake at 350F for 20-25 minutes.
FOLLOW➡️ @healthy.calories.world By @online.fitness.coach He wrote:🔥 10 WAYS TO BURN 100 CALORIES 🔥
Some days you simply don’t have time for your usual workout.
Here are 10 ways you can burn 100 calories, get your heart rate up, and redeem at least some of your workout... something is always better than nothing.
Most of these estimates are for a person weighing 130-150 pounds. If you weigh more, you can shorten the duration. If you are lighter, add a few minutes.
1. Take the stairs. Stair climbing for 15 minutes will burn 137 calories. Have a 15-minute break at work? Find a staircase and set your phone alarm to alert you when 15 minutes have passed.
2. Run a 5-minute mile. By the time you are 4 and ½ minutes in, you will have already burned 100 calories. If you can’t get outside, just run in place.
3. Ride a stationary bike at 20 mph for 4 minutes 54 seconds.
4. Work on the lawn. Pull weeds for 17 minutes, rake leaves for 20 minutes, or dig dirt for 16 minutes.
5. Calisthenics. Spending 15 minutes doing some light body weight squats, lunges, jumping jacks, get-ups and knee-ins will burn about 137 calories.
6. Go for a walk. A 150-pound person will burn approximately 117 calories by walking at a 4 mph speed for 20 minutes. Walk in place if you do not have a good area to walk in outdoors. Try walking in place while you watch your favorite TV show!
7. Grab the vacuum. Vacuuming your home or office for 28 minutes will burn 100 calories. This is a great way to sneak in some exercise at work and get on the good list of your coworkers!
8. Chop firewood. If you live somewhere cold, spend 5 minutes chopping firewood and you will burn 100 calories.
9. Swim laps. It only takes 12 minutes to burn off 100 calories while swimming.
10. Mow the lawn. If you’re somewhere warm, 14 minutes is all it takes to burn 100 calories
1,128155 hours ago
Golden Curried Cauliflower and Carrot Soup! 💛 Oh I do love a good soup! This one is a particular favourite at the minute, it’s rich, flavourful and creamy yet not too heavy since we’re heading into spring! It’s the easiest soup to bash out for a mid week dinner or meal prep! 💫
Recipe is below and check out my latest insta story for a step by step on how to make it!
Serves 2 to 3
1 tbsp oil
1 head of cauliflower (roughly chopped)
2 large carrots (roughly chopped)
2 white onions (roughly chopped)
3 gloves of garlic (crushed)
1 tbsp fresh ginger (grated)
1 tbsp lemongrass (grated)
1 tsp garamassala
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp cumin seeds
1/4 tsp cardamon
400ml tin coconut milk
1 stock cube
salt and pepper
1. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees celsius.
2. Place the first 11 ingredients listed into a baking tray and combine thoroughly using your hands. Add a pinch of salt and pepper and roast for 30 minutes until softened.
3. Remove from oven and place into a saucepan with the coconut milk and stock.
4. Blend until smooth using a hand blender (you could also use a regular blender).
5. Season with any extra salt and pepper to taste.
6. Place on the hob and heat through. Serve and enjoy! x
157421 hour ago
Happy Wednesday! Tomorrow afternoon is moving day, eating the last of the food today and tomorrow before leaving my house!
Gluten-free @vansfoods waffles topped with homemade blackberry @salbachia chia jam + @perfectbar pb bites along with a soft scramble made with @fourthandheart ghee + @vitalfarms eggs and blueberries
Little afternoon snack to fuel the next few hours of breast imaging research 😍🙌🏼🍏🥜 I simply sliced a granny smith apple then drizzled @wild_friends PB over the top and sprinkled @purely_elizabeth almond butter granola + some peanuts. That’s it 💁🏻♀️👌🏼💯 Hope you’re all having a lovely day!❤️
2,99710720 March, 2019
Eggplant with garlic-y tomato sauce via @vegansrecipe
Ingredients (for 1-2):
1 eggplant, cut into rounds
1/2 onion, finely chopped
2-3 garlic cloves, minced
4-5 tomatoes, pureed
1/2 red pepper, pureed
a handful of cherry tomatoes
3-4 mushrooms, sliced
a handful of broccoli/broccolini
1 tbsp tomato paste
1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp hot sauce (optional for spiciness)
Spices: salt, oregano, thyme (fresh is always best but optional)
First start with the eggplant:
Preheat oven at 350F. Cut eggplant into 1/2 inch rounds, brush a little oil, salt with pepper and bake at 350F for 15 minutes while mixture is getting prepared.
In the meantime, prepare mixture:
- Saute onion & garlic with oil of your choice on stovetop.
- Puree tomatoes and 1/2 red pepper (blender / food processor / hand-held puree or even super finely by hand)
- Add pureed mixture to onion & garlic with 1 tbsp tomato paste
- Add cherry tomatoes, sliced mushrooms and broccoli(ni)
- Add: salt, pepper, oregano
- Add: hot sauce and balsamic vinegar
Add mixture evenly on top of the rounds and place back in the oven for another 10-15 minutes. You can finish by broiling for a minute if you like the more “seared” look.
1,625227 hours ago
I call this my good mood Mediterranean bowl! 😊Had it for lunch today and felt so satisfied! Put together some of my favorite foods: chickpeas with parsley and a squeeze of lemon, cherry tomatoes from Crete, cucumbers, dried olives also from Crete, canned anchovies for a good dose of omega-3's and a leftover piece of a Greek cheese pie I made yesterday (tiropita). And of course I drizzle everything with extra virgin olive oil. So good and full of fiber, antioxidants and good fats!
🚨 I’m in between YOLO and wanting to only eat the healthy things! Maybe it’s the pregnancy maybe it’s just my personality 🤷🏻♀️ Luckily for myself I only brought the healthy things to work to eat. Unluckily for me there are a million and 1 places I can get crap food. Trying to just chug a lug until I can get home and cook a healthy dinner! The struggle is real y’all!
Las almendras se encuentran entre las nueces más populares del mundo.
Son altamente nutritivas y ricas en grasas saludables, antioxidantes, vitaminas y minerales.
Aquí hay 6 beneficios para la salud cuando consumes almendras.
1. - Las almendras están cargadas de antioxidantes.
2.- Las almendras son altas en vitamina E.
3.-Las almendras pueden ayudar con el control del azúcar en la sangre.
4.- El magnesio también beneficia los niveles de presión arterial.
5.-Las almendras pueden disminuir los niveles de colesterol.
6.- Las almendras previenen la oxidación nociva del colesterol LDL.
Almonds are among the world’s most popular tree nuts.
They are highly nutritious and rich in healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
Here are 6 health benefits of almonds. 1.-Almonds Deliver a Massive Amount of Nutrients. ... 2.-Almonds Are Loaded With Antioxidants. ... 3.-Almonds Are High in Vitamin E. ... 4.-Almonds Can Assist With Blood Sugar Control. ... 5.-Magnesium Also Benefits Blood Pressure Levels. ... 6.-Almonds Can Lower Cholesterol Levels. ... Almonds Prevent Harmful Oxidation of LDL Cholesterol. #healthcoach#innalumni#livinghealthy#almonds#cleaneating#feedfeed#wholefoods#followme#brunch#gettinghealthy#breakfast#healthyeating#foodporn#wholefood#cleaneating#foodstagram#inspiration#nutrition#foodie#glutenfree
703 minutes ago
this lunch situation, thanks to mom 🙌 @daveskillerbread, smoked salmon, avocado, poached eggs, sprouts, salsa verde & @franksredhot 🍳 🥑 🔥 this goes on the things-I-could-eat-everyday list along with sushi & @eatavo kale Caesar salad!
613 minutes ago
My name is Amy and I used to be addicted to disorder eating, fat free everything, counting calories, fad diets, starving myself and yo-yo dieting, fat burners, “healthy” processed fake food and laxatives.
Now it’s kombucha, hot tea and all things and foods that give me a healthy gut, heal my body and give that high vibe life! 🤪
The kombucha is AMAZING!
Who else loves kombucha? #mybodyisthankingme
514 minutes ago
Sometimes I wake up in the morning and my body kindly asks me to stay home, practice yoga/stretch and focus on eating lots of vegetables/carbs instead of going to the gym,work on building strength and eating fats/protein. And I say, “you got it pal.” ❤️🙌🌿☺️🙏 I often talk about how following a specific diet rigidly can be limiting and deprive your body of certain key nutrients it is asking for.
However that doesn’t mean you don’t get out there and experiment with new things! Take those concepts and see how your body interacts with them, and learn to customize.
Without trying all the different diets and suggestions of others I would have never found what works and doesn’t work for my own bio individual needs. The more we are open to new ideas, the more tools we acquire in our toolbox metaphorically speaking. So we know what foods to eat, how much, and when based on our ever changing internal and external environment.
We are as different on the inside as we are on the outside and different days calls for different things 🌿 #intuitiveeating - All local produce from my Pure Gaia Organics box ❤️
Breakfast stuffed sweet potato!✨
Bake a sweet potato until nice and soft (I do this the night before + let cool in the fridge for the morning) then fill with some yogurt + berries + almond butter + cinnamon. It is a true dream 🙌🏼 Also, it doesn’t have to be just for breakfast! It makes a great snack or dessert too ✨ #wildlymindful
3947 minutes ago
Cherish it next time you come across it and do well to snack on it. It's your responsibility to take care of you. Make taking care of yourself a priority.
The only way to inspire change is to speak up. The ONLY reason I speak up is for the animals. They don’t deserve what humans put them through. They are beautiful, sentient beings that love, feel, have amazing personalities and quirks and experience the same way we do. It’s 2019 and the world needs to know that we do not need to eat animals. That’s my only intention when I share veganism. ♥️ the animals need us.
618 minutes ago
🥳 Spoiled on my bday this year!
My friends know me so well. Thank you @kris_gregorio I can’t wait to dive into these awesome cookbooks📚
The Queen of Italian and my all time girl crush @giadadelaurentiis Recipes for La Dolce Vita.
Thug Kitchen @thugkitchen Eat Like you Give a F**k @kellimfoster Buddha Bowls
And my very own set of Buddha Bowls made from coconuts 🥥@buddhabowlsorg —
Expect to see me creating some epic meals from these three inspirational cookbooks! Stay tuned 💚
Ever heard the saying, “You are what you eat!” Well its actually true! quality food means quality health. That’s why I choose grass-finished, pasture raised meats. Why not simply grass-fed?
Did you know that grass fed animals still can eat grains and other feed?! Grass fed simply means that the animal was started on a grass-fed diet, but may have been fed grains for the remainder of their lives.
This means that the animal has had access to plants and grass that are able to provide all of the nutrients a cow might need. Because the cow is not raised in a feed lot like conventional meat, they are less likely ton contract deadly viruses and diseases, requiring the animal to be given antibiotics and added hormones. Grain-fed cows also tend to be fattier because of the stress from being in tight quarters.
Cage free does not mean that they were able to roam free. The term “cage free” only means that the are not confines to a cage. These animals are typically housed in an (unregulated) enclosed area. Free range is slightly better in which the animal has access to outdoors, however they are still confined to an enclosed area.
Pasture raised means that the animal is given free ranges to roam and graze. These eggs have been shown to contain less cholesterol and more omega-3’s, vitamins E and A and beta-carotene.
So next time you’re at the grocery store and carefully check your labels 😉
When the breakfast buffet offers lots of fresh chopped papaya, pineapple 🍍 melons, apples 🍎 pears 🍐 and more refills are obligatory. 😜👊🏼
I ate mostly papaya and pineapple for breakfast every single morning and still love it, so I just got a good looking pineapple and enjoyed a half of a big papaya this morning. Keeping up the juicy fruits. 😋🍍💦
Who’s joining in?! #aidamoments #aidaluna #aida #aidacruises
10110 minutes ago
Organic Black Bean Penne 🌟 Gluten Free, Gran Free, and Non-GMO
Tell us what fav pasta sauce you would toss on top!
This really spoke to me. Over the last month clients have been coming in for quarterly nutrition reviews. We spent a lot of time discussing nutrient density. Your body is fueled by calories and functions by utilizing nutrients. Energy, cognition and recovery time are just a few things you see improve when you focus on whole nutrient dense foods #fiternalcrossfit#nationalnutritionmonth#wholefoods
0014 minutes ago
Delicious breakfast for today😋 Two fried egg whites topped with everything but the bagel seasoning• Steamed lentils finished with zhoug sauce• One meatless breakfast patty•👩🍳Today was my first time trying the meatless breakfast patty from Trader Joe's. I'm giving it a solid 7/10. The flavor was mediocre and the ingredients in the product are not totally amazing (it was a quick purchase at Trader Joe's, I usually look into what makes up the processed foods I buy). With that being said the patty does add more protein to your meal, as each meatless patty has 7 grams of protein in it. Happy Thursday 💕
Get to know @wholefoods Chef Partner @chefmelissaking! Then, come meet her in person at The New Vintage presented by Lexus and our Grand Tasting.
On why she shops at @wholefoods: 🛒
It’s the one place I can shop where I don’t have to check labels and worry about the things I’m buying and putting into my body. And, I like that they work hard to support local businesses, farmers and growers.
On her favorite products at @wholefoods: 🐟
Whole Foods Market hummus, black sesame rice crackers, sumo oranges, pasture raised eggs, and farm-raised salmon
On her current food obsessions: 🍊
I eat a sumo orange almost once a day. I get excited when I see them pop up at Whole Foods Market this time of year. They’re easy to peel, sweet, low acid, really juicy, and great on-the-go. I’m also obsessed with almond butter, apple cider vinegar, and coconut in all forms. .
📸: @wholefoods #TasteWashington#MakesMeWhole#chefmelissaking#TasteWA#MustTasteEverything
13456 minutes ago
While in Yonkers I had to stop in @juicesforlife •
I got the UFC shake it’s was delicious •
Shout out to @realholidaystyles For bringing this to our community ✊🏾✊🏾