Sunday, April 3, 2016
Monday, March 21, 2016
Cold press juicers use just enough pressure to extract the juice while preserving its vitamins, enzymes, trace minerals and overall nutrients up to five times more than any other juicer.
Because cold press juicing is so precise with its process of extraction, there is minimal air and heat so very little oxidation occurs.
I bought Suja elements "Power Greens". Their company they use cold pressure also known as high pressure processing HPP, instead of high heat to extend shelf life and help maintain essential vitamins, minerals and enzymes. All of their products are certified organic, non-GMO and cold pressured, made sunny in San Diego. They also use locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Their product is gluten free dairy free soy free PBA free vegan no added sweeteners. The power greens that I buy only has 4 g of sugar per 8 ounces. That deserves A hoot and holler!
I hope I educated you guys on some good things to add into your diet and spired you to make a change for the absolute better. Have a great and blessed day always remember be true to yourself!
Peace in your heart,💗
Pittsburgh holistic health coach
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Thursday, February 25, 2016
Saturday, January 9, 2016
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
I made a video for you all! It's about something that is so very bad for us but we feel like we gotta have it!! What could that be except for..... SUGAR!!!
I hope you enjoyed this video and learned a few things to kick SUGAR in the booty!!
Peace in your hearts,
Pittsburgh Holistic Health Coach
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Fierce Wellness Warrior
Monday, June 15, 2015
I am not the type of girl that stays home and cooks for hours! I would hate that so much!! I am busy all the time and need fast good healthy eats. My typical day starts by opening my eyes and saying "I'm Late"! I feel like that Bunny in Alice N Wonderland that has that clock and is always running and always late.
I used to battle with making the perfect meal and that meant from scratch, perfect proteins, carbs and juicing every day!! Then I would have to start the process of getting dressed and looking my best in that area and it just went on and on. One of the best things about getting older is that you really start to love yourself the way you are. Perfectly imperfect! I love everyone but if you don't like me, I'm okay with, that and it doesn't bother me a bit. I still love you though. Through life's lessons, I've started to realize how to make some areas in my life efficient.
My goal as a Health Coach is when I work with families or one on one to make food, FAST, EASY and GOOD! Every bodies body is different. I do not believe that one diet, one exercise, works for everyone. We all have different aches, pains, and struggles with our bodies and we need to figure out what works best for us. I get asked a lot, just tell me what to do to fix me. That's like asking a professional MMA fighter to teach you everything he knows in 30 minutes. Impossible! It took a while for you to get to this point and it will be a journey back. This time though, it will be a beautiful journey back!
Let's chat protein. When you think of protein, what is the first word that comes to play? Chicken, or maybe peanut butter. What are protein sources? How much? How often? I want to encourage you to look outside the box today and think about some great alternatives that are FAST, EASY, and GOOD!
Brown rice provides 5 grams and 1 cup of cooked quinoa provides 9 grams. Seitan, or isolated wheat gluten, is much higher in protein, with 31 grams of protein in a 3-ounce serving. Japanese Soba Noodles provides 5.8g protein per 1 cup. Kamut provides 9.8g cooked per cup. Amarath cooked provides 9.3g per cup.
Legumes include some of the most common protein sources, such as soy, lentils, black beans, chickpeas, peanuts and peanut butter. These foods are much higher in protein than most grains, with a single serving providing between approximately 14 and 89 percent of your daily intake. For example, 1 cup of cooked lentils contains 18 grams of protein, 1 cup of chickpeas contains 12 grams and 2 tablespoons of peanut butter provide 8 grams of protein. Soy products, which provide all essential amino acids, vary in their protein content. For example, 1 cup of cooked soybeans contains 29 grams, while 1 cup of tempeh contains 41 grams of protein. I had to add in this little crazy fact. I bet you never heard of Moth beans or mat bean. It is a drought resistant legume, commonly grown in arid and semi-arid regions of India. The pods, sprouts and protein rich seeds of this crop are commonly used in India. 100g of raw, uncooked moth bean seeds contain343 calories, 23 grams of protein.
Nuts and Seeds