Budget Bytes Top Recipes

       Today I have the great fortune of bringing you 5 of the top recipes off of Budget Bytes.  The site focuses on easy to make low cost recipes.  The author Beth usually will make substitutions for any ingredients she feel are too high in cost or do not add to the dish.…

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Conditioning Perscription

When most people think about conditioning, they think about doing endless amounts of long slow distance (lsd) cardiovascular exercise.  This definition of conditioning has more to do with aerobic conditioning.  The conditioning that a physique athlete performs should aid in causing the type of adaptions that are necessary to get stronger or add more muscle.…

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Chocolate Cornmeal Skillet

This recipe comes from Nutrition Stripped.  It is called the Skillet Chocolate Cornmeal cake.  What is great about this recipe is that it uses coconut flour, coconut oil, dark chocolate and almond milk.  Anyone who is looking for a healthy mix of good fats has certainly found their dessert with this recipe.  additionally, many of…

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Orange Cream Cupcakes

     This dish is a first for IF Chef.com.  Basically these are the 1st dessert I have posted that are in no way related to traditional health food.  With the exception of the few types of gluten free flour Ashley from edible perspective uses, this recipe is the real deal.  These cupcakes are pretty…

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Carrot Cake Smoothie Bowl

     This post comes from The Nutritionist In The Kitchen.  The recipe is part of the special series of powerbowels that the author recommends as part of a balanced meal replacement.  You can see the author’s power bowl book here.  These bowls are composed of high nutrient fruits and vegetables, and have a pretty…

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Look Like You Belong In The Squat Rack

       Many people do not like squatting.  I think part of the reason is that it is hard to learn how to squat correctly without a coach.  One problem many people have is that they cannot see what their form looks like when they are squatting.  Additionally there is no way to be…

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Testosterone Boosting Meals

   These meals come straight out of the Man Blog.  These meals were written as part of a guest post by a Man Blog reader named Fey Alingan.  The man blog covers some of the ways an intermittent fasting lifestyle can increase testosterone.  The site also functions as a sample of the types of information that…

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Perfect Portions Nutrition Facts Scale

The Perfect Portions Scale is the number one recommendation I have for equipment for people to monitor ingredients in their food.  Until someone comes up with an app that scans food and relatively accurately predicts calories (do it) this is what we have to work with.  Basically the scale has codes you enter when your…

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Unconventional Thinking Win

After listening to The Road to Ripped podcast episode 106 I got to thinking about how unconventional thinking helps the fitness industry.  On this podcast Greg O’ Gallagher talks about the strategies he uses for some of his fat loss plans.  One of the things that struck me is that he tries a bunch of…

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Permission To Be Light

I was first exposed to the idea of giving yourself permission to get light after reading an article on Scott Tousignant’s Metabolic Masterpeice website.  He was talking about how he was 5’7” and around 170 lbs.  Nothing he was doing was helping his physique.  He had tried just about every type of training program he…

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