2016 has drawn to a close. I’m not big on the old ‘New Year’s Resolutions’ tradition, however, I do believe that this is the perfect opportunity to slow down and take the time out to reflect on the past 12 months of our lives, without the craziness of our busy daily routine.
I’ve noticed so many people dissing this past year and being pleased to see the back of it… But I’m sure there were lots of great and memorable moments there too.
Whatever it was like for you, either great or not so great, don’t just write it off and try to forget about it. I’m sure, looking back at these months, you can appreciate the events in your life that helped you learn, grow and develop. Even if you haven’t had great successes, think about what you can learn from your failures and how to avoid making the same mistakes in the future. Add a positive twist to it and reflect on the things that you are grateful for.
Pancakes are like….the best thing ever! Am I right?
However, many of us see them as an indulgent treat to be consumed very occasionally, as traditionally they’re made with unhealthy sugars and flour that is low in nutrients. It is time to reconsider this pancake stigma!
Here I present to you a healthy, nutrient & protein packed pancake recipe! And yes – they are still super delicious & taste super indulgent. So what are you waiting for – go go go get ’em!
Contrary to the widespread belief that we should consume carbs for breakfast, I present you what you ACTUALLY should be eating. Healthy fats and protein!
Yeah, I don’t blame you. It’s no wonder if you’ve been following this old-school approach, as all that we’re surrounded by in cafes, Instagram, etc. is porridge, corn flakes, toast and pancakes!
You should consume carbs post-workout or in the evening.
To set you up for a successful day, start it right – with fats & protein.
It improves brain function, alertness, energy levels and performance. It also helps you get lean, control hunger and minimise cravings, as it allows for a slow and steady rise in blood sugars and keeps them stable for a long period of time.