September302014

misfitting-skin:

diet-to-riot:

misfitting-skin:

This is a meal plan of what i ate to lose 50lbs :) 

Thank You Scola!!!!!!

Reblogging this for those of you who haven’t seen it and keep asking about my diet :) 

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9PM
hungryrunner:

10 Healthy Habits to Nail this Week- Fit Sugar
Whether you aim to take on just a few, or you can knock ‘em all dead at once, here are 10 healthy habits to work towards this week. (And all year!)
Exercise for 150 minutes this week. Whether you work out for 50 minutes three times a week or exercise every weekday for 30 minutes, 150 minutes is the bare minimum experts recommend to maintain heart and body health. For how much you should be exercising to lose weight, read here.
Cook dinner every weeknight. Here’s a stay-on-track meal plan from nutritionist Cynthia Sass to help you plan your week.
Make a water goal to hit every day, and then meet it. Calculate how much water you should be drinking here.
Drink green tea. You’ll be boosting your metabolism and fighting disease with each mug.
Eat a healthy breakfast every day. Forgo the pastry display for one of these healthy breakfast recipe ideas.
Stretch. To improve flexibility and relieve aches, take three mornings this week to do a quick, gentle stretching sequence before you move on with your day.
Eat a salad for lunch every day. It’ll help with your weight-loss goals but will also help you get the nutrients you need to stay healthy. Here are 10 Winter salads to try.
Take a break. Take time to de-stress, and have fun a few days this week with these stress-relieving tips.
Say no to empty drink calories. At happy hour, stick to one (or no) low-calorie alcoholic drink, and order club soda or water for the rest of the time.
Get more sleep. Getting better sleep gives you more energy, boosts your immune system, and helps you lose weight. Aim for at least seven hours every night this week. Check out our 20 simple ways to get better sleep for help.

hungryrunner:

10 Healthy Habits to Nail this Week- Fit Sugar

Whether you aim to take on just a few, or you can knock ‘em all dead at once, here are 10 healthy habits to work towards this week. (And all year!)

  1. Exercise for 150 minutes this week. Whether you work out for 50 minutes three times a week or exercise every weekday for 30 minutes, 150 minutes is the bare minimum experts recommend to maintain heart and body health. For how much you should be exercising to lose weight, read here.
  2. Cook dinner every weeknight. Here’s a stay-on-track meal plan from nutritionist Cynthia Sass to help you plan your week.
  3. Make a water goal to hit every day, and then meet it. Calculate how much water you should be drinking here.
  4. Drink green tea. You’ll be boosting your metabolism and fighting disease with each mug.
  5. Eat a healthy breakfast every day. Forgo the pastry display for one of these healthy breakfast recipe ideas.
  6. Stretch. To improve flexibility and relieve aches, take three mornings this week to do a quick, gentle stretching sequence before you move on with your day.
  7. Eat a salad for lunch every day. It’ll help with your weight-loss goals but will also help you get the nutrients you need to stay healthy. Here are 10 Winter salads to try.
  8. Take a break. Take time to de-stress, and have fun a few days this week with these stress-relieving tips.
  9. Say no to empty drink calories. At happy hour, stick to one (or no) low-calorie alcoholic drink, and order club soda or water for the rest of the time.
  10. Get more sleep. Getting better sleep gives you more energy, boosts your immune system, and helps you lose weight. Aim for at least seven hours every night this week. Check out our 20 simple ways to get better sleep for help.

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September292014
9PM

suggestions?

I feel like there’s so many conflicting articles and opinions on what actually works for weight loss and is healthy. I’ve tried and failed many times. I just have a hard time staying on track for more than a few weeks. I’m frustrated and confused and sick of being fat. I know half my problem is consistency, anyone have good information? Or suggestions for healthy weight loss blogs? So many of them are just full of ads for scams or are pro ana etc… Help please?

9PM
8PM
did-you-kno:

Myfridgefood.com lets you enter whatever ingredients you have in your fridge and tells you what you can make with them. Source

did-you-kno:

Myfridgefood.com lets you enter whatever ingredients you have in your fridge and tells you what you can make with them. Source

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September182014

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Creamy Zucchini SpaghettiThis dish is SO healthy as it uses a lot of substitutions but the flavours and textures are still all there! The regular spaghetti is subbed with zucchini/ courgette spaghetti (you can of course still use regular pasta or if you don’t have a spiralizer used julienned or shaved veg) and the creamy guacamole sauce uses Total Greek Yoghurt in place of half of the avocado. Creamy pasta…no guilt!RECIPE

(via veganfeast)

8PM
September162014
September92014
yummyvegan:

Tropical Sun Sorbet
1 cup frozen mango
1 cup frozen pineapple
2 bananas

Blend in a high speed blender until smooth and thick just like the perfect sorbet.

Recipe and amazing delicious photo by http://fragrantvanillacake.blogspot.in

yummyvegan:

Tropical Sun Sorbet

1 cup frozen mango
1 cup frozen pineapple
2 bananas
Blend in a high speed blender until smooth and thick just like the perfect sorbet.
Recipe and amazing delicious photo by http://fragrantvanillacake.blogspot.in

(via ariel-lifts)

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