12 Ways Food Companies Pretend Your Snacks Are Healthy

via Deena Shanker/Justine Zwiebel - BuzzFeed Justine Zwiebel / BuzzFeed You know not to believe everything you read. But at the supermarket, it’s hard to resist the comfort of thinking maybe that chocolate bar really is a good source of protein. Alas, the claims on your favorite processed foods are there for one reason, and... Continue Reading →

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Misinformation About Diets

via Marcus Edwardes - AVAC Americans apparently spend $60 Billion annually trying to shed a few pounds and feel better about themselves. From Jenny Craig to GNC, we seem to be willing to fork out an increasingly insane amount of money every year to feed the weight-loss industry  - an industry by the way, that... Continue Reading →

Marcus’ Favorite Smoothie Recipe

via Marcus Edwardes - AVAC Now, there is nothing better, after a long ride or a hard Spin, than a delicious and healthy home-made smoothie! I wanted to share a very simple recipe with you, it's my favorite smoothie of all time! I've been making this smoothie for years and my wife and 8 year... Continue Reading →

14 Best Things To Eat After A Workout

via BuzzFeed Don't let your hard workout go to waste. 1. Eggs wherethecookiesare.com Protein and carbs are the two keys to a good post-workout meal. Eggs have the former covered. At just 70 calories each, eggs pack 6.3 grams of protein and areone of the few foods that naturally contain vitamin D. Also, don’t let the Rockymovies fool you;... Continue Reading →

Bring Food Education Back

via Daily Infographic The first time I ate a fresh pear, I was roughly twelve years old. The flavor concerned me, and I asked my mom if there was something wrong with it. You see, I grew up on Hamburger Helper, Kraft macaroni and cheese, and Dole fruit cocktail in heavy syrup (still a favorite... Continue Reading →

8 Healthy And Delicious Take-To-Work Snacks

via Jessica Seinfeld - BuzzFeed Most healthy snacks offer very little textural contrast — they’re either all smushy, like smoothies and oatmeal, or all crunchy, like pretzels and granola bars. Having a little crunch with a little something creamy is more satisfying. I like crispbread crackers (like this) for the task because there is just the right... Continue Reading →

10 Ways To Recover From A Food Coma

via Emily Fleischaker - BuzzFeed So Thanksgiving was awesome. Cause you ate all this stuff. bonappetit.com After the meal you kind of felt like this. inmytorys.tumblr.com But all weekend you kept eating like this. youhavefailed.tumblr.com Until all of a sudden you felt like this. pardonmyfranglais.tumblr.com And your clothes fit like this. tiny-panda.tumblr.com Now you think maybe you... Continue Reading →

23 Super Satisfying Low-Carb Dinners

via Christine Byrne, BuzzFeed Low carb doesn’t have to be boring. It’s amazing what you can do with a food processor, a head of cauliflower, and some cheese. 1. Pizza Frittata rachaelraymag.com Recipe here. 2. Mediterranean Chicken Lettuce Wrap Tacos marthastewart.com Recipe here. 3. Chicken Enchilada Stuffed Zucchini Boats skinnytaste.com Tortillas are really just a delivery system for spicy, cheesy deliciousness,... Continue Reading →

Calorie Saving Dinner Swaps

Via AllYou.com Making a few simple changes to your dinner recipe can save you a ton of unwanted calories. Try these smart swaps to help you lose weight, and still keep your food tasting delicious!

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