Energy juices give me more energy than I can imagine. I feel if it wasn’t for me drinking so many, I’d probably want to fall over mid day. One thing I love is going to the store, buying fresh produce , and throwing ingredients together to form tasty juices. I have the BEST drink that is tasty , as well as energy thriving. I’m not one that likes sour things a whole lot, and I’ve never been one to like lemonade, until I made this one. I wouldn’t exactly call it the traditional lemonade. It does however, help with your metabolism, energy , and electrolytes. I drink this after every workout I do. I instantly feel refreshed.
- 8 ounces coconut water
- 1/2 cup chopped mango ( organic)
- juice of one lemon (organic)
- 1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
- 1/3 cup papaya
Throw all of these into your blender, and you will fall in love. The cayenne pepper helps to boost the metabolism. We all love that right? The coconut water helps to replace any electrolytes lost through sweat and your workout. The mango and Papaya have the taste and the vitamin supply to give us our energy back. The lemon is very cleansing to our systems. This is 113 calories. I love it because it instantly revives your sweet tooth, but in a great way . Enjoy!
I still remember being a tween watching Beverly Hills 90210, and loving the black chokers that they were wearing. I remember back when ot was such a trend, and when they say History repeats itself, they are right!
Chokers are back , and I am loving the new designs. They use to be simple with your favorite pendant hanging from them. Now they are suede, leather, corduroy , and lace. They look so amazing worn casual or elegant, your pick! I just ordered four amazing ones from The Bauble Bar. It is a great online boutique that has some of the cutest trends in jewelry. I’m loving the chokers that have an extra necklace hanging from it. It’s super edgy and stylish. You can wear them up or down. Who loves the 90’s trend coming back? I sure do! These are two that I recently ordered.
Gluten-free foods have become a huge staple in the world of health. The health world claims many foods containing gluten causes an array of health problems. I have reduced my gluten to a very scarce amount, and can tell a huge difference.
Mexican food is a huge love in my house. I don’t make it very often, but when I do, I try to make healthy versions. I do not use all the oils and sauces that you would normally find in Mexican restaurants. Mexican restaurants usually carry entrees filled with horrible fats. If I’m having a Mexican craving, I make my own entree. This gluten-free recipe is a hit in my home. If you are looking for a great , delicious Mexican pizza, look no further.
- 1 Gluten -Free crust ( this can usually be bought in any health food store
- 1 can diced tomatoes ( organic ) , or you can cut your own
- 1 small can of organic pizza sauce
- 1/2 cup chopped olives
- 1/2 cup organic corn ( shaved from cob)
- 1 cup veggie cheese
Put a bit of olive oil on your crust, and smooth on the pizza sauce. Place tomatoes , olives, and corn on top. Sprinkle veggie cheese all over pizza.
Bake the pizza on 350 for about 30-35 minutes.