I was recently on vacation in California where I visited my cousin who is an awesome cook. He made us these Jalapeno Chicken Burgers one night and we were all blown away with how delicious they were. Not only do they taste great, they’re super easy too.
I found this recipe for beet pesto a while back and combined it with quinoa and sauteed shrimp...delicious! You can also make the beet pesto and serve it with whole grain spaghetti if you prefer pasta over quinoa. Or you can really go crazy and buy quinoa pasta (best of both worlds). The pasta/quinoa and beet pesto is great on its own, however if you’re wanting to add...
My first experience with kale salad was at one of my favorite restaurants in Cherry Creek, True Food. If you haven’t checked it out yet I highly recommend it. One thing they’re known for is their kale salad which is served as a side to their sandwiches/burgers.
I chose this recipe because I’ve had a lot of clients lately who tell me they don’t drink enough water because they don’t like how it tastes. Agua fresca is great way to stay cool and hydrated using fresh summer fruit.
This is a great recipe to make a large batch of when you’ve got a bunch of veggies in the fridge. I love it because it makes great leftovers for lunch the next day. Below I’ll list the veggies I used for this pasta, but really you can use whatever vegetables you have.
The number one reason I like this recipe is because it’s quick, easy and healthy. A roasted chicken will easily feed a small family, and if you’re cooking for yourself it can last you several meals throughout the week.
The pictures definitely caught my attention, and the simplicity of the recipe made this an easy no brainer! The recipe list is short, 4 ingredients to be exact.
One of the elements that we tend to forget about that impacts fitness is sleep. The amount of sleep can affect how well one can perform during exercise.
It’s summertime, which means grilling every weekend (at least at my house it does). It seems like at the end of every weekend I have 1 or 2 leftover brats that didn’t get thrown on the grill.
Overtraining means that a person exercises at an intensity, quantity and duration that is more than his body can recover from. Overtraining happens when there's a pattern of repeated, excess exercise without proper rest intervals.