Energy Power Balls

Energy Power Balls

Nutrient-dense, no-bake energy balls made with power boosting INGREDIENTS including oats, chia seeds, coconut, nuts, seeds, spirulina and wheatgrass.

These healthy bites make for the perfect pre- or post-workout snack, can be enjoyed while hiking or simply as a delicious and free-from refined sugars treat when energy levels are running low. Continue reading

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vegan chickpea brownies

Chickpea Brownies

A healthy twist to original recipe. Delicious vegan chickpea-based brownies, high in protein and fiber.

I have never been the biggest fan of brownies or any other chocolate-flavored cakes or desserts. But I am certainly open to trying more unusual and alternative ways of making these so-called ‘special treats’ that so many people love, which nevertheless tend to be rather high in saturated fat and processed sugar.

So, I was inspired to try this new recipe and was pleasantly surprised by the results. Continue reading

layered muesli berry breakfast

Layered Muesli Berry Breakfast

A delicious mix of fresh berries, yoghurt, muesli and grape nuts.

This simple to make breakfast provides a balanced amount of nutrients to ensure sustained energy throughout your morning.  It’s perfect combination of carbohydrates, protein, fat as well as fiber and a dose of vitamins.

The mixture of creamy yoghurt, juicy berries and crunchy muesli and grape nuts will ensure to satisfy and wake up your sleepy taste buds. Continue reading

high protein veggies

5 HIGH PROTEIN VEGGIES

high protein vegetables

Proteins are important nutrients which contain the essential amino acids that provide energy for the body. They control many metabolic functions in the body and are essential components of all living cells. Proteins are known as the building blocks of life and they are split into amino acids within the body, which determine the growth and regeneration of cells. Also, they require more time to digest, which is exactly why you may feel more satiated with far fewer calories, and it can be perfect for people with overweight issues. You probably know that products such as meat, eggs and dairy products are excellent sources of protein, but they can be full of saturated fats and cholesterol. What you may not know is that you do not need meat to enter enough proteins, if you decide to base your nutrition solely on vegetables. There are many vegetables that are known as an excellent source of protein and contain high degree of nutritious features. They have a number of amino acids and you need to use them properly to get all of the nutritional value. Here is a list of 5 protein rich vegetables. Continue reading