23 Protein Shake Recipes to Make You Lean & Strong...

Nov 30, 2016 by

If you’re replenishing after a workout, trying to build lean muscle mass, or just find yourself hungry and need something more filling, bulking up on protein foods might be the answer. But if you can’t stomach eating another steak or cracking one more egg, it might be time to start drinking protein shakes. Easy-to-make and portable, these healthy protein shake recipes will ensure you get your fill of these amino acids. One thing to keep in mind: Many of these recipes use commercially available protein powders. When you purchase a powder, make sure you always opt for an organic whey protein (or vegan) variety that’s free of pesticides, naturally sweetened and cold-processed. I know you’ll love these protein shake recipes that’ll keep you full, strong and satisfied! 23 Protein Shakes & Smoothies 1. Almond Joy...

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Make Eggs Your Family’s Super Food...

Nov 28, 2016 by

Every mom needs a secret weapon in her kitchen: for some, it’s a Vitamix blender, for others, it’s grandma’s homemade cold remedy, but a mom’s best friend isn’t expensive or secret; it’s eggs. They are rich in a wide variety of vitamins and nutrients, are a low-calorie source of protein, and are also full of minerals like zinc, iron, and phosphorus. Coupled with some dairy and powerful vegetables like dark leafy greens, eggs can keep your family fed and healthy without forcing you to spend hours over the stove. Weight Loss Food With child obesity on the rise across North America, parents are paying more and more attention to what kinds of foods their children eat (and what they themselves are having for dinner). One of the great things about eggs is that they...

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The Role of Dietary Supplements in Weight Management...

Nov 17, 2016 by

Hectic lifestyles, demands on time, and processed foods with less and less nutrients have led to an epidemic of overweight people around the globe. Fitting regular exercise into schedules is increasingly difficult, and eating on the run precludes healthy meals prepared at home, and eaten slowly. Bodies are getting too much salt, sugar, and fat, and not enough of the essential vitamins and minerals needed to lose weight, or maintain a healthy weight. Many people are turning to dietary supplements for help. Products for Weight Loss: Weight loss is a multi-billion dollar industry in the United States. Products are on the market that claim extreme results with no effort, or changes in lifestyle. There are some that ensure unrealistic weight loss in a matter of a few days. Among the ridiculous and the dangerous...

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5 Things Women Working in Agriculture Want You to Know About Farm Life...

Nov 7, 2016 by

Are you a capable woman who wants to try her hand at farm life? Do you picture yourself watching the sun rise over fields of golden wheat, a cup of coffee in your hand and a smile of contentment on your face? Or maybe you think of gathering organic vegetables to toss together a salad for your lunches and dinners?  With an increased interest in getting back to the land, young people, and many women, are showing a renewed interest in farming. The last few years have shown a steady rise in public interest in organic farm products, as well as sustainable living. But before you begin to spin castles in the air of what your new life will be like, read on for 5 aspects of farm life that women working on farms want...

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Eat More Turkey, Save More Money...

Nov 7, 2016 by

Every Thanksgiving Americans dig into more than five billion pounds of gobbler. It’s both a tradition and an obsession. For only a few days the whole country becomes turkey-conscious. We serve it up roasted, deep fried, barbequed, hot, cold, and pickled. As the comedian Jackie Gleason once joked: “After Thanksgiving we even had turkey-flavored ice cream just to get rid of the leftovers!”   But the way Americans eat, or don’t eat, turkey is no joke. Every year there are dozens of cases of food poisoning caused by the incorrect cooking of turkey — and many consumers never even look at a turkey the rest of the year, even though it’s one of the best protein foods around and is the least expensive meat, pound for pound, in the supermarket for most of the...

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