Need more fiber in your diet? Turn to the smooth and satisfying avocado. Just half an avocado contains almost seven grams of fiber. Too high in fat, you say? Don’t fret, because avocados contain the good-for-you monounsaturated fats (MUFA) your body needs to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and maintain the HDL (good) ones.…Details
Envision this: it’s a warm Summer evening in the backyard with family and friends. The sun has yet to set. You’ve filled up on burgers, Summer salads, drinks, and corn on the cob, and now it’s finally time for dessert. You serve up a cool, creamy, fruity mousse made from fresh blueberries, and the best…Details
If you’ve taken an indoor cycling class, you’re probably familiar with the types of instructors. The drill sergeant, the preacher, the best friend (looking good, Sam!) – we’ve seen them all. Hilarious Mindy Kaling shared her own criteria on li.st for “My Dream Spin Class Instructor,” and it’s spot on. We’ve included our five favorites…Details
Depending on your weight and activity level, a woman needs between 40 and 60 grams of protein daily. Sometimes it can be difficult to meet your protein quota in meals alone, so here are some snack ideas with at least 10 grams of protein. Related Stories: This Might Be the Reason You’re Not Losing Weight…Details
The newly released film Legend of Tarzan equally features star Alexander Skarsgard and his insane eight pack. But it wasn’t easy bulking up and adding on 25 pounds. In addition to heavy lifting, the 39-year-old actor had to triple his calorie intake to 7,000 calories per day – what?! His friend and trainer-nutritionist, Magnus Lygdbäck,…Details
In the 90’s, low-fat diets were all the rage. From low-fat salad dressings and cheeses to carb-heavy snack such as pretzels and crackers, most health-conscious Americans avoided dietary fat like the plague. But guess what happened? We actually got fatter! Today, even though 90’s-inspired neon-hued clothing is back in style, the low fat diets of…Details
A cold Asian noodle salad is a happy and healthy stir-fry alternative that can be made in advance and served straight out of the fridge. Our favorite is this spicy Thai noodle salad topped with sriracha-roasted peanuts.
The post Spicy Thai Noodle Salad with Sriracha Roasted Peanuts appeared first on Clean Eating.
Source: Clean Eating
This is a combination of the ever-popular overnight oats and a classic fruit cobbler, but with more of a focus on the fruit and without all the baking! These make-ahead masterpieces are not only good for breakfast on the go but also as a nutrient-packed snack or dessert. Switch up the raspberries with any seasonal…Details
Lunges are an incredible way to strengthen and sculpt your booty – this move adds in some calorie-torching cardio to help burn fat, too. The reverse lunge kick is a great move for warming up the entire body, and it’s a dynamic stretch for both the hip flexors and the hamstrings, which will help you…Details
Made with good-for-you ingredients like kale, frozen berries, and Greek yogurt, when done right, smoothies are one of the healthiest foods you can sip. But sometimes using too many ingredients can result in a smoothie that’s 500 calories or more. Here are a variety of refreshing and fruity smoothie recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth,…Details