MmMmMmMmmm how I LOVE BANANA BREAD! I doubled this recipe and made 2 loaves; one with basic bananas, and the other I added walnuts and raisins. Both are made with all natural, organic, almond flour so they are gluten free and Paleo friendly. Additionaly, my high protein banana bread packs 15g of protein per slice! WOAH! This recipe is incredibly easy and delicious. Simple and sweet! Great for breakfast, as a snack, pre-workout, post-workout, with dinner or as dessert! You really can't go wrong :) Enjoy my friends!
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The best distribution of carbohydrate, protein, and fats to optimize performance, improve body composition and achieve a desirable target weight is up for debate. One important factor however is Nutrient Timing - how your body responds to the amount of calories you are feeding it throughout the day.
Want to have the physique of a bodybuilder or fitness competitor? Start eating like one and you will be on your way to the body of your dreams. Here is an insider’s look at five staple foods on a bodybuilder’s diet.
Are you struggling to cut calories? Try these 4 tips to easily reduce your calorie intake!
One of the biggest problems in the fitness industry is people believing misinformation as truth. If you go up to any newbie in the gym, and ask him why he (or she) is doing whatever it is they are doing, it’s likely they will have absolutely no idea.
Looking for a way to get your protein and satisfy your sweet tooth at the same time? Try this quick and easy recipe for Protein Pudding, where you can have your pudding and eat it too – without completely sabotaging your diet!
We are all familiar with those sinful treats that stare us in the face when we are searching for a late night snack to satisfy our sweet tooth or get rid of a slight hunger craving. Well, did you know that all of those calories you are consuming eventually add up to pounds of fat? Sure, it might seem like a harmless small snack before bed, but over time those calories each night can be detrimental if you’re trying to lose weight.
Protein is one of the biggest macronutrient necessities in the body. It is needed to repair, rebuild and replenish damaged muscle tissue after exercise. So whether you’re a power lifter, marathon runner, or a bodybuilder, if you want your body to perform at its peak, you need ample amounts of protein.
It is impossible to avoid all health related misfortunes – you can drink all the orange juice you want, but you may still catch a cold. Just because there are things in this life that you cannot control doesn’t mean you should not take precautions to lessen your chances. Here are three easy changes you can make to start living healthier.
We have all heard the saying, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!” Have you heard that a breakfast rich in proteins may also prevent unhealthy evening snacking? According to a study done by Heather Leidy, “eating a breakfast rich in protein significantly improves appetite control and reduces unhealthy snacking on high-fat or high-sugar foods in the evening”.1