Sure, you know you should eat more broccoli and blueberries. Try these 5 under-the-radar superfoods to have an even healthier diet http://fitm.ag/sYdZdH
Serves 2 8-10 ounces wild salmon, cut into 6 even strips (roughly 1/2 thick and 4 inches long) 3 large collard greens 2 nori sheets (each sheet cut into 8 rectangles) 1 carrot, thinly sliced 1 small fennel bulb, thinly sliced 1 large chunk of ginger, minced 1 garlic clove, minced ¼ cup sesame oil …
Surviving Holiday Eating Tempatations http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2008/12/10/f-healthyeats.html
Work your Chest . Sit down on bench with dumbbells resting on lower thigh. Kick weights to shoulder and lie back. Position dumbbells to sides of chest with bent arm under each dumbbell. Press dumbbells up with elbows to sides until arms are extended. Lower weight to sides of upper chest until slight stretch is …
When it comes to turkey, do you go for the dark or white meat? Take a look to see which delivers the most nutritional valuehttp://www.fitnessmagazine.com/blogs/fitstop/2011/11/15/healthy-eating/dark-meat-vs-white-meat-turkey/
To celebrate 16 years of Womens Fitness Clubs, we’ve launched a new website and this blog. Here we’ll post day-to-day updates, fitness tips, and nutrition tricks and recipes. What’s new on the website? Up-to-the minute schedules for our group fitness classes AND online class registration.
This recipe comes from WFCC nutritionist Lori Kennedy. Quinoa is a versatile grain that is gluten free (gluten grains like wheat are high allergens to be reduced in our diet).