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A spoonful of homemade almond butter on banana is a fantastic pre-workout snack. It’s also delicious added to a protein shake or slathered on sliced apples.
By blending your own almond butter at home you’re enjoying pure, unadulterated almonds and sea salt without the added sugars and preservatives found in many store bought brands. Enjoy!
Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com
What you need
3 cups roasted, unsalted almonds
¼ teaspoon sea salt
1 Tablespoon coconut oil
1. Blend all of the ingredients in a food processor until creamy. This can take up to 10 minutes, so when it doubt continue to blend, blend, blend. Enjoy!
One serving equals: 109 calories, 10g fat, 3g carbohydrate, 28mg sodium, 1g sugar, 2g fiber, and 4g protein.
Healthy and Nutritious eating is what we're all about. We will help you on the path to healthier living, and avoiding those fad diets.
Have you ever enjoyed a big bowl of creamy noodles dotted with plump, juicy shrimp? Delicious, wasn’t it?! Today’s recipe is a lightened up version of that sinfully scrumptious meal.
This recipe uses zucchini to create grain-free, low-calorie noodles and then mixes it with fresh-made pesto and steamed shrimp. The result is as tasty as the original, with half of the calories. Enjoy!
Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com
What you need Servings: 4
4 zucchini ½ cup macadamia nuts 2 cups fresh basil leaves 2 garlic cloves cup nutritional yeast dash of sea salt juice of 1⁄2 a lemon ¼ cup olive oil 2 dozen large shrimp
For the Noodles:
For the Pesto:
If you suffer from Joint pain, you are not alone.
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At the Cardiology and Sports Medicine conference in New York City this week, Dr. Mirabelli presented both diagnosis and treatment topics. Dr. Mirabelli worked in the Hip and Knee Arthritis Clinic and is also the team Physician for the USA Lacrosse team. When someone is diagnosed Osteoarthritic condition, the 2 Best ways to overcoming the effects of osteoarthritis and improving quality of life are:
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It's been an amazing first year at QuickHIT!
We thank all of our clients for being part of something special, that is changing the way people think about being in shape and aging successfully.
The stories we heard from our clients during our anniversary week were amazing!
Ginny who has always struggled with Knee and Hip pain is 1 year without any pain and full of confidence. Barb came in with concerns on bone density and is night and day stronger, taking the right steps to living a healthy and strong life. Connie is full of confidence, doing things like push ups. Another Connie is now stable on her feet, and free of back pain and pain medications!
They all realize the benefit of our graduated program, that allows them to take the right steps to become successful, for themselves, so they can be successful for their family, in their jobs, and whatever life throws at them.
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Is there a solution?
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