Moms, are you tired of mornings full of hurry up and yelling to remind your kids what to do next? Or lunchboxes on Sunday night that still have Friday's left overs? Yuck! This year, I wanted to avoid all that. So I made up some routines and posted them around the house. I hope these help you have smoother mornings and more time to enjoy your kids!
My tower garden has been giving 1-2 zucchini every week. Which is great, but it also sent me looking for some new zucchini recipes. I mean, you can only eat sauteed zucchini so many times in a summer! Click here to see the recipe I used.
I had the privilege of travelling to Kansas City, KS this past weekend to hang out with my healthy living revolution tribe and to hear some really amazing speakers. Dr. Mitra Ray is a research biochemist who earned her PhD from Stanford (too bad she isn't smart!) She gave us some great information on our microbiome. You know all those little bacteria that live in our gut and are not actually human cells! Want to know more? Comment and I'll send you the educational video link
How many grams of protein do you need after working out? Does it matter the protein source? What about bioavailability? What about protein sources and hormones? If you've asked these questions and more, I have some suggestions for you! You can find my favorite protein powder here: https://bbauer.juiceplus.com/us/en/buy/complete/juice-plus--complete-variety
When was the last time you felt stressed? Who hasn't! One of the simplest and easiest ways to lower stress and take care of ourselves is breathing. Yogis have been doing it forever. Take 2 minutes for yourself and try this:
Okay, I admit it. I have a crazy salty+crunchy craving. Some people crave Chocolate or sugar. I like them, but what really scratches my itch is salty foods. Potato chips, french fries, crackers; I love them all! What I don't love is what they do to my waist-line. I know most of these foods are full of empty calories that aren't giving my body what it needs to function well. They cause inflammation, sometimes silent, other times visible bloating. What's a girl to do? Enter: