Literally. We've been attempting new recipes inspired by our desire to cut back on carbohydrates and fill up with a lot of protein for dinner. One meal that we enjoyed making was chicken lettuce leaf wraps with Thai-inspired sauce. Ingredients: 1 Boston lettuce 1/2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 lb chicken breast seasoned with … Continue reading And It’s A Wrap!
Did you know that all varieties of tea, including oolong, black, and green tea, came from the same plant species, the Camellia Sinesis plant. From this shrub, various processes of oxidation occurs to generate your standard cup of tea. What you may not know is that green tea is extremely beneficial for your health and … Continue reading Green is the New Black
Many people don’t have the time, or skill, to make their own pasta. While it's on our list of things to accomplish, until we can make our own pasta we continue to buy store-brand, pre-made pasta. Although pasta is delicious, it's filled with many empty carbohydrates and loaded with calories. Luckily for pasta lovers, like … Continue reading Portioning Your Pasta
Our go-to meal to make is basil chicken because it's simple, easy, and, paired with the right vegetables, delicious! It's a very short recipe and takes only about 25 minutes to make, which our busy schedules greatly appreciates. Ingredients: 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1 large shallot, minced 1 large red bell pepper, seeded, thinly … Continue reading Low-Carb Basil Chicken
In the advent of intermittent fasting and the temptations of sleeping in late, many Americans skip breakfast in lieu of larger lunch meals. If you're like us, we don't have the healthiest breakfast regimen. Sometimes we grab a quick bite to eat just so we can have an extra 30 minutes of sleep in the … Continue reading Quick Protein for Morning Breakfast