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Gluten-Free Walnut Oatcakes (Oatmeal Pancakes) with Raspberry and Peach Compote
Good morning! I am going to keep this one short since I know you're dying to make a wonderful breakfast today. The best part about this recipe is that it is healthy and very easy to make. You probably have most of the ingredients on hand. The best part is that I made the oat flour by grinding up the ...more»
Pomegranates! High in anti-oxidents and delicious too!
Happy Friday! I have started upping my pomegranate intake lately and have been putting them on anything and everything - sometimes, I'll even just a spoon to a bowl and eat an entire pomegranate in one sitting. I love the crunch and the juciness. They are a little sweet but also sour/tangy and very juicy. Today, I made a chia ...more»
Life Changing Loaf of Bread
Hands-down this is the best bread ever. Not only is it gluten free, but its very nutty and filing. Since becoming (somewhat) gluten-free, I have vowed to make better choices as to what I consume on a daily basis. Bread is super satisfying, but unfortunately not healthy for you - especially since most of the grains and wheat are overprocessed ...more»
Healthy Homemade Granola
I have always loved granola -- the plain kind -- since I don't like too much dried fruit or raisins in my yogurt or cereal. So today, I tried first hand at making my own homemade granola. It turned out fantastic - just sweet enough and packed with nuts and nutrients. Here's the recipe that I used. Note that I ...more»
Race For The Cure! Pink Running Shoes
Though, this month is almost over, let's not forget that it's Breast Cancer Awareness month! Not only am I a huge supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness and the search for the cure, I love pink. Don't believe me? Check out the Lindsey Chen Loves Pink video. Anyway, back to the point. If you are in need of running shoes, these ...more»
Edamame – Once You Pop, You Just Can't Stop
Edamame has recently become the most trendy snack-y food of our generation. Move over chips and salsa, Edamame is taking over! So what is so great about this little boiled soy snack? Well, first of all 1/2 cup daily gives you tons of vitamins, minerals, fiber and protein - because you probably don't get enough of that with your daily diet. ...more»
Japanese or French Women Don't Get Fat (or Old)
I started off by reading French Women Don't Get Fat and subsequently doing the Magical Leek Diet. I loved it so much that I read French Women For All Seasons as well. Both books introduced to me some great new recipes (I wasn't really that into French cooking at first) that are super easy to make. And also re-introduced me ...more»
Subject Orange: A new FITNESS  / HEALTHY LIFESTYLE blog
I'm working on a new blog called Subject: Orange. The goal is to have tons of healthy lifestyle tips for eating, exercise, articles, myths (and truths) and anything health relate. Check out the site and let me know what you think! Oh, and if you're a health/fitness guru and would like to be a contributer to the site, email me! ...more»
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