Some Words Of Wisdom

Jun 29, 2011 by

Before I use to have this belief, if you keep your outside world clean, then the inside will come together. I spent all this time cleaning and organizing, then I began to understand I was doing everything backwards. You have to start cleaning your mind from the inside first, and then the outside will come together. The only way to restore balance is to start within.

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Protein Fudge Recipe

Jun 26, 2011 by

If I wouldn’t of made this my self, I would never guessed that this is a complete wholesome and good for you dessert. Everyday I surprise my self of how good and healthy I can eat without sacrificing the taste of my food. For this recipe you will need 4 ingredients ( and guilt is not one of them, LOL 😉 ).

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The Importance of Posture and ...

Jun 25, 2011 by

When I was little my grandma always use to scream her lungs out when my back wasn’t straight, whether I was walking or sitting, or sleeping. Back then, I use to think she just had a knack for yelling. I remember I would be playing outside with my friends and out of nowhere I would hear my grandmas squeaky voice yelling “Baaaaack”, and I would straighten out my posture right away.

Now that I am all grown up and I don’t have anyone yelling in my ear to straighten my back, my posture has been getting worst and worst. I finally understand why my grandma was stressing out so much about my back. Posture is important!

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12 Good Reasons Why We Need Vi...

Jun 23, 2011 by

The other day I wrote a post about my complete guide to nutrition, and I made a point about taking vitamins and supplements. In this post I would like to go into a more specific detail on why we need supplements in our Nutrition.

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How To Make An Agility Ladder ...

Jun 22, 2011 by

Agility ladders are mainly used by athletes but anyone can incorporate agility ladder training into their workouts. It helps to improve balance, muscle endurance, reaction time and coordination in various parts of the body. Agility Ladder training benefits are similar to jump rope, except it’s multidirectional, which means you will develop more power and work more muscle groups.
Besides the physical benefits, I believe it helps you develop concentration, this improves your overall quality of life.

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Raw Snack Bites Recipe

Jun 20, 2011 by

I always try to come up with creative ways to eat my food, but I don’t like to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.

If you’ve been reading my blog, you know I don’t like to count calories because I believe in a different approach to nutrition. Anyone can lean and healthy without complicated numbers, we just have to learn about the food we eat.
In this recipe I only used 4 ingredients and all of them are packing nutrients. These snack bites are very filling, this is also a great snack an hour before your workout.

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My Complete Guide To Nutrition

Jun 18, 2011 by

I always do a lot of research on Nutrition, and it is definitely a very conflicting science. In this post I will share some of my own knowledge about this subject and what I do to stay lean and healthy. I changed my approach a little bit more in the past month or so. With this new approach I’ve been seeing a lot of great improvements in my energy levels as well as body composition.

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The Most Nutritious Tea

Jun 17, 2011 by

There is a very popular saying – ” Coffee awakens your mind and body. Yerba Mate awakens your soul! “.

This is not just any tea, it’s an extremely nutritious drink, and it has a higher antioxidant capacity than regular green tea. As little as one serving of Yerba Mate contains about 7 g of fiber, about 9 g of protein, 10 mg of Iron, 600 mg of Potassium and a little over 200 mg of Magnesium. To top that off, it also has small quantities of Vitamin B1 and B2, riboflavin, carotene, pantothenic acid, inositol and 15 types of amino acids.

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