Not a single day has passed by with the vision of myself as a junk food vegan prior to my dietary changes. Until now. Me, the most headstrong, discipline and will-powered individual that I personally know, one who lost more than thirty pounds, survived a juice cleanse and exercises 99% of the year, became a … More Confessions of a (temporarily) Junk Food Vegan
Are you somebody that’s usually very, very, very hard on yourself? I one hundred and ten-percent am that individual who will get so worked up about making even the tiniest slip-up on anything. If I don’t have a good workout, if I have too much dessert one night, if I make a careless mistake on a quiz, … More Being Vegan: It’s Okay to Make Mistakes
Guess who’s going to be attending next year’s L.A. Fit Expo! 👈 I could not be MORE excited to meet all of my favorite YouTubers and brands at this convention once again. I’m not entirely sure if I will be able to post a video of it this time, but I at least hope I can document … More What the Fitness Industry Should Endorse More (and Less)
As you can probably tell from the title, my family and I are obsessed with Trader Joe’s. If a wide variety of high-quality grocery items for extremely inexpensive prices—plus frequent sales—isn’t a valid reason to be obsessed with a grocery store, then I don’t know what is. Sure, TJ’s may not have a hot foods … More Trader Joe’s Seafood Tomato Soup
In every Tuesday Thoughts post, I just take some time to elaborate my personal thoughts on a certain topic and rant on and on and on about something on my mind in hopes that I’d feel better after or if I’d find that someone agrees with me. However, as much as I love to talk, … More Tuesday Thoughts: What Are YOUR Thoughts? (Food)
I don’t know about you, but I’m super excited about this post! You know me and my love for exploring new restaurants, cafes, food shacks, bakeries and juice bars and shops, and there is absolutely no shame in it. These places are great for spending time with friends, family, loved ones, or even just yourself. Heck, I go to one … More A Healthy Foodie’s Guide to L.A.: The Best Indian Restaurants
Well this is somewhat……shocking? Recently an experiment with mice revealed that a low protein, high carbohydrate diet could provide the same metabolic, blood sugar and cholesterol benefits as a 40% calorie restricted diet, despite eating a higher quantity of food. The mice did not gain weight and improved their levels of lipids, insulin, glucagon, and … More Are Carbs the New Protein?