The best diet in the world is worthless if you can't stick to it and one of the best ways to stick to a diet is to enjoy the food you eat.
I love good food and thankfully that has lead me to love cooking too. However, I understand that many people feel they don't have enough time to spend preparing the healthy food they need to achieve their health and fitness goals.
Knowing that, many of the recipes that I've created (or that have been shared with me by clients and colleagues) have time-efficiency, ease and convenience in mind. Some of the recipes use pre-prepared ingredients that you can easily find in your supermarket to make the whole process even faster and more convenient, while not compromising on the nutritional benefit of the food.
All recipes include a Macronutrient break-down per portion so you know exactly what your getting. Bear in mind that the exact macros of the recipes will vary according to the specific ingredients you use so track your macros wisely. Also, feel free to experiment and customize the recipes to better suit your own tastes or macronutrient needs.
Remember, you don't need to be a Master Chef to eat well, you just need to willing to learn new things.
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Cheesecake is life. I can not begin to put into words how much I love a good, rich, sweet and creamy cheesecake... but I do. The only problem is that most cheesecakes are ridiculously high in calories of which most is fat and sugar... not exactly great if you're on a diet... but fear not, I have solved the problem.
What happens when you put regular chocolate muffins through a rigorous training regime of heavy weight lifting and on a healthy, high-protein, low-fat diet? You get Buff Muffins or Buffins and they're gonna make your healthy dessert dreams come true.
The person who originally had the crazy idea of making a cake out of an orange, root vegetable deserves to go down in history as one of the greatest minds of mankind. I love cake and a deliciously moist, lightly spiced carrot cake topped with creamy cheese icing has got to be one of my favorite types.
Soups can become one of your greatest allies when trying to eat healthy without too much effort or time. They're delicious and comforting, can be made in bulk and even frozen in batches for use later on. Soups are also a great way to easily consume more vegetables, especially for people who aren't used to eating veg regularly (especially kids).
Chili con carne is one of the great comfort foods. To be honest, if a food can be eaten directly out of a bowl (in one hand) and using only a spoon (in the other hand), it’s a winner in my books. When that food is ridiculously healthy and tastes delicious... even better.