I often get asked about what I eat in a day or how I keep I stay healthy work. First off, each body is different and has different nutritional needs. I’ve personally learned so much about food throughout the years that today I pretty much know what I need to keep my body energized and healthy.
It’s a little hard to tell what my day/meals will look like since I don’t follow any diets/or count macros ( I’m just avoiding red meat lately). And even though my meals change daily, I thought it would be fun to share with you what I eat in a regular week/work day.Read More »
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend 🙂 Today I want to share a quick and healthy recipe that I made last weekend for a breakfast date with my girlfriend. These DELICIOUS and nutrient-packed muffins are super to make, and will definitely brighten your morning! TIP: I’ve done this recipe using a […]
I got to go to Cody, NE with my American family and I had a BLAST ! On Saturday I got to spent part of my day at the rodeo, on Sunday we had my american grandma’s 90th birthday party, and on Monday morning we spent time at the family’s ranch as they were doing branding. Such a fun and much needed long weekend!
Anyway, I am sure we all ate while more than we needed over the weekend so, I decided to share with you a old and delicious “low-carb” recipe!
It is delicious, healthy, and super easy to make!
Low-carb Tuna Balls
– 80g finely chopped cooked broccoli
– 60g light tuna
– 10g flexseed grounds
– Seasonings (I used pink salt and oregano)
Directions: Stir all ingredients together in a medium bowl until thoroughly mixed. Cover it up and place in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. Once chilled, roll it into small balls, and bake them on a preheated oven at 425°F for 25 min or until “golden”.
** It makes around 3 medium size balls.
Hope you enjoyed! Don’t forget to tag me on your pics if you ever make them..