Something that I’ve been meaning to talk about in depth for quite a long time now is digestion. What always held me back was the fact that unpleasant circumstances caused by indigestion are pretty TMI, and the last thing I want to do is to make people feel uncomfortable when reading my content. And I … More Tips for Optimal Digestion
No lie, there are too many forms of dieting and exercising to count, thus contributing to the fact that the industries and communities of health and fitness congregate in cliques, separate groups and targeted audiences. It would take nearly ten pairs of hands and feet to count every type of healthy living group on every … More Respect in the Sectors of Health and Fitness
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
First off, hope you all had a FABULOUS week so far. Can you believe that November is over and that December is finally upon us, which further proves the theory that time is just Mother Nature’s ninja. It’s unseen, fleeting, and can really strike you out of nowhere! Also, it’s even harder to believe that … More Vegan Thanksgivings Part 3: I Can’t Believe it’s Not Turkey!
Do you want to know how long I’ve tried searching up the actual name of this dish for? FIVE. YEARS. And I still don’t know what the heck this dish is really called. You could arguably say that this is a different take on pad krapow or aka ground chicken with basil, except this is made with ground … More Pea Turkey Bed (high protein + gluten free)
It must be apparent to you that I have this burning desire to travel to Asia, as you might have read in my chicken satay recipe. As a matter of fact, I absolutely would love love love to travel back to Asia! It’s been over six years since I’ve last been to Vietnam with my relatives and … More Sesame Teriyaki Salmon (Paleo + gluten free)
This is a huge staple of Thai cuisine that I’ve been neglecting at Thai places lately. HA-UGE. Satay is actually of Indonesian origin, but its use in cuisine spread throughout Southeast Asia and even parts of the Netherlands. Every country has its own different take on a satay because there really are no barriers as to … More Baked Thai Chicken Satay (Paleo + gluten free)