Sugar has always been an issue for me. Despite knowing it’s harmful effects I always seem to slowly add it back into my life. Try as I might, my sugar tooth always seems to get the best of me. While I tend to go straight for the sugar laden candy, many people suffer from sugar
I can’t believe it is already day 6 of the Sugar Detox Challenge! I have a confession to make. My sugar intake has been between 25-35 grams all week according to My Fitness Pal, however I have been eating some simple carbs here and there. A true sugar detox would mean cutting out all simple
Day 2 of the sugar detox has come to a close. Today’s lesson : MEAL PREP Having your meals planned out ahead of time is always a good idea. Breakfast can be a tricky low sugar meal, especially when you don’t prep and wake up late for work. I love to have smoothies in the morning,
Today is the first day of my 7 day Sugar Detox Challenge. I hope my experiences and feedback help you make better food choices and maybe even have you start the detox yourself. #1 thing to do on a sugar detox (besides avoiding sugar) is drink plenty of water. I like to throw in lemons
There is nothing like a great playlist to get you through a workout. The list I have compiled below is my favorite for cardio workouts. Yes, there are different playlists depending on the type of workout you are doing. This list is especially helpful when running outside or doing stairs. DISCLAIMER: Everyone’s musical tastes are different
As we come to a close on day 2 of my raw food reset challenge, I have discovered that following a raw diet is all about planning. It may sound silly, but if all you are eating is raw you need to be very careful about how many calories and macros you are taking in.
After a run last week during an unseasonably warm February day I strained a muscle in my leg and have been limping ever since. I can’t quite place where the strain is, but it is somewhere between my thigh and my hip bone. I have dealt with shin splints and smaller ailments in the past,