Malcom’s Almond Butter & Syrup Sweet Potato

This recipe is from the Road to Ripped Podcast episode 107.  In this episode Greg O’ Gallagher interviews one of his clients Malcom.  Malcom submitted before and after photos of himself which can be seen on Greg’s site.  Malcom discusses some of the strategies that helped him get to single digit body fat.  One strategy…

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The Water Bottle Effect

       When you start exercising, nearly anything you do will help you to get in better shape.  If you were previously sedentary, taking walks in the park will improve your fitness.  If you are used to hitting up the gym sporadically 1-2 times per week, then getting on a consistent schedule of 3x…

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Merino Lamb

  This recipe is from Reclaiming Yesterday.  This blog focuses on building a healthy lifestyle through balanced food preparation and consumption.  One of the focuses of many of the dishes on the site is the inclusion of animal products from companies that practice the human treatment of animals.  Apparently the Lamb used in this dish…

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Parmesan Vegetable Roast

Intermittent fasting Vegetable Lasangna, IIFYM

  This recipe was directly off of the popular blog The Healthy Chef.  I was completely sold on this blog when I saw that the main author Teresa Cutter was measuring vegetable quantities in kg.  This might only be because she is an Australia based Chef, but either way its pretty awesome.  She also included the…

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Dairy and Gluten Free Cashew Banana Pancakes

Image Credit: Heathers French Press   This recipe is from the fantastic healthy cooking blog HeathersFrenchPress.  It makes for a lighter version of the traditional pancake breakfast.  In stead of using a wheat based flour, these pancakes use oat flour and cashew meal.  Adding to the flavor, the recipe is thickened with cashew milk.  Cashew…

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Low Carb Gooey Skillet Brownie

This recipe was featured on the site SheKnows.  It is a simple to make recipe that serves two.  I like this recipe because it is quick to make and features almond flour which is a great low carb, high fiber and high protein alternative to traditional flour.  This recipe can be made with either butter,…

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Red Velvet Waffles

intermittent fasting waffles, IIFYM waffles, red velvet waffles, greek yogurt waffles, coconut milk waffles

This recipe was featured as a valentines day recipe by Nutritionist in The Kitchen author Christal Sczebel.  This recipe features all natural and fresh ingredients.  The waffles get their color from the beets that are mixed into the flour.  No need for artificial sweeteners or anything like that.  The recipe that Christal used includes gluten free…

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How To Stop Binge Eating

    I was recently listening to one of Greg O’ Gallagher’s podcast episodes where he talks about ending binge eating.  He was discussing the reasons that people go on and off diets.  I had been meaning to listen to this episode for a long time as I figured he would have some good information…

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Chia Bowl Breakfast

This is a high fat recipe from The Nutritionist In The Kitchen.  The shredded coconut, chia seeds, walnuts and pecans add a wide array of saturated and unsaturated fats.  Chia seeds have the added benefit of being very high in magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and calcium.  Chia seeds also provide a good amount of protein and…

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High Protein Low Carb Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake

     This recipe caught my eye because of the ingredient combination.  Pretty much any recipe with peanut butter and chocolate is going to come onto my radar.  Skimming through a feed of hundreds and hundreds of new recipes a day can get overwhelming.  Specifically when the criteria for a recipe are so narrow.  Usually…

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