As a kid, I used to eat cereal at least three times a day–breakfast, snacking, dessert, and probably more snacking at night. It’s no surprise that my pantry used to be STOCKED with so many different kids’ cereals that I basically created my own cereal aisle in my own home. Who needs to go to … More Three-Ingredient Protein Granola with Flavor Ideas (healthy, vegan, oil free, gluten free + sugar free)
We all know that we should eat more fruits and vegetables, and we also know that we should consume less refined sugars and fast food. However, it seems that most of the time, the fitness industry only focuses on those two extremes. What about the wishy-washy foods that can be classified as either “good” or “bad” in … More Good Foods and Bad Foods…But What About Those In-Between?
The vegan scene has gone absolutely BANANAS. I could also say nuts because every vegan likes nuts, but there are quite a lot of people who have nut allergies, so not everyone able to eat nuts, unlike bananas. Almost everyone can have bananas. Unless you have a specific medical condition. Or unless if you’re my … More Black Bean Tofu (soy free and gluten free)
Hello YouTube post! It’s been a little more than a month since I last posted about my favorite fitness YouTubers. That list encompassed all of my favorite fitness YouTubers that have smaller channels (less than 100K subscribers) but still post high-quality videos that I personally believe offer plenty of value to the Internet world. With … More Best Fitness YouTubers With More Than 500K Subscribers
For those who have suffered from disordered relationships with food and/or obsessive behaviors around dieting, food guilt is nothing new at all. If anything, it is actually even more common than believed–though there are currently no statistics or studies focused on food guilt, let alone food anxiety, quite a lot of “average Joes and plain … More Dealing with Food Guilt
Inspired by a vlog from Kalel re-living in the nineties and an old Travis S video where he basically ate all his childhood favorites, I wanted to try a theme of food to spice up my weekend a little bit. Hence, I decided to experiment and replicate all of my favorite childhood foods and see if … More Eating My Childhood Favorites…How Many Calories Did I Eat as a Kid?
You know how some people classify themselves as a “[insert object] snob”? By widely-accepted notions and particular contexts, a snob doesn’t necessarily mean you have an arrogant personality, but you have arrogant expectations. You’ve probably seen blogs of self-proclaimed food snobs, book snobs, fashion snobs, makeup snobs, car snobs, movie snobs, music snobs, television snobs, … More Lily’s Sweets Chocolate Review: 70% Salted Almond Dark Chocolate Bar