Monthly Archives: May 2018

Salted Caramel Peanut Butter Cups | Food Network

On the final episode of Made for Two… the best for last, of course! We all love peanut butter cups, but add salted caramel to the mix and WOW. Subscribe to the Topless Baker on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOvPpNDsz_ePFOTKhmDaDnQ Get the recipe: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/salted-caramel-peanut-butter-cups-5191252 Salted Caramel Peanut Butter Cups Recipe courtesy of Matthew Adlard Total: 1 hr 30 min Active: 15 min Yield: 10 servings Level: Easy Ingredients Peanut Butter Salted Caramel: 80 grams (1/3 cup plus 1 teaspoon) superfine sugar 60 milliliters (1/4 cup) heavy cream 1 tablespoon milk […]

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45-Minute Cardio and Toning Workout With Weights

{Sponsored by Samsung} Get ready for a cardio-intensive, calorie-burning workout! Though this may be one of our hardest workouts yet, we have all levels covered with modifications for beginners. We’re wearing Samsung Gear Sport to make sure we’re working out efficiently and keep track of our calories and heart rate. POPSUGAR Fitness offers fresh fitness tutorials, workouts, and exercises that will help you on your road to healthy living, weight loss, and stress relief. Check out Class FitSugar, our do-it-along-with-us real-time workout show hosted by Anna Renderer […]

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QUICK Abs Workout – 10 minutes!!

Work your abs until they burnnnn in only 10 minutes! These moves are super great to tone and sculpt your ab muscles – and you don’t need a gym or any equipment. Just grab your mat, press play and let’s do this abs workout together! Connect with @Runningirls ***** ▶︎ Runtastic Blog: http://bit.ly/2kRPaM3 ▶︎ Get stylish workout gear: http://bit.ly/2kPcduF ***** ♥ LIKE this video ♥ ***** Subscribe NOW: http://bit.ly/rtFitness (to get more FREE & great workout and fitness tips) Runtastic Blog: http://bit.ly/2kRPaM3 Get stylish workout gear: http://bit.ly/2kPcduF […]

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On Healthy Living While Pregnant

Running on Bald Head last month Fitness I wrote this post about pregnancy fitness at 23 weeks along with Mazen, and it was fun to re-read and compare this time to last. A lot of time has passed and so has my routine! Running became a challenge almost immediately with Mazen. I think it was part physiological and part psychological. It’s already a challenge now, but I am more determined this time around to keep it in my routine. So far, I’ve continued to run, although my […]

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Follow the 5-to-1 Rule for Packaged Foods

When people think fiber, they think constipation. And it’s true: If we could get Americans to eat just the minimum recommended daily intake of fiber-containing foods, we could save our country $80 billion—and that’s just from the effects on constipation alone. But that’s not all. “Accumulating evidence indicates that greater dietary fiber intakes reduce risk for type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, certain cancers, weight gain, obesity, and diverticular disease, as well as functional constipation.” So, we need to eat more fiber-rich foods, which means eating more whole […]

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Zero tolerance for low blood pressure

Just as we have zero tolerance for hypoglycemia in the Wheat Belly lifestyle, we also have zero tolerance for hypotension, or low blood pressure (BP). Follow the Wheat Belly lifestyle free of ciabattas, penne pasta, and tortellini, and blood sugars plummet. If you are injecting insulin or taking other diabetes drugs, hypoglycemia is a risk and can be dangerous, resulting in loss of consciousness and injury. We therefore urge everyone to talk to their doctor about discontinuing or reducing insulin and diabetes drugs immediately upon starting the […]

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13 Mighty Micronutrients You Need in Your Diet & How to Get Them

Protein, carbohydrates and fats get all of the attention when we talk about healthy eating. That’s because they are the big building blocks of your body, and every day they provide the energy it needs to keep working. But those “macronutrients” depend on the support of a powerful group of “micronutrients”—the vitamins and minerals that enable your body to produce critical enzymes and hormones that break down your food into components you can absorb and use. Though you need only minute amounts of the micronutrients, they are […]

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How to Train to Walk Your First 5K

In a moment of inspiration, you signed up for your first 5K walk. At the time, it was a great idea—maybe it’s a charity walk or you thought it would motivate you to move more. But now you’re left wondering why (on earth) you were thinking you could walk 3.1 miles (the equivalent of five consecutive kilometers). Don’t throw in the towel yet. With the right prep, you can be ready to cross the finish line feeling good. Some tips for training to walk your first 5K: […]

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Thoughts from my run…

Ducks seem pretty big to fly. How do I get to be friends with Amy Schumer? Have I ever been to a real brunch?! I need to add that song to my playlist… ( I have no idea what’s the name of the song or who sings it I just remember hearing a song that I liked at a friend’s house) (someone tells me good morning catches me off-guard so I mumble back good morning) *Contemplates whether or not they heard me for the next mile.* I […]

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How to Spot A Quack: 5 Signs A Nutrition “Expert” Isn’t Trustworthy

Who can you trust for credible nutrition information? Well, I’ll tell you who you can’t on this week’s episode of The Sitch – “How to Spot a Quack.” With so many people doling out nutrition advice online these days, it’s hard to know who to trust. On this week’s episode of “The Sitch,” I’m dishing up the five tell-tale signs on how to spot a quack! How to Spot A Quack Nutritionist In my recent video, The Difference Between Registered Dietitians and Nutritionists, we talked about the […]

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