I have been doing F45 for just over two years at F45 Brunswick East when I decided to do the recent F45 8-week Challenge (Challenge #17) properly. I have signed up to the 8-week Challenge once before but did not really stick to meal plans because I did not believe it would work for me. But this time I decided to give it a red … Continue reading Life Changing: How I Lost 9% Body Fat in 8 Weeks!
It’s that time of the week again! Snack of the week time 🙂 Once again, I have decided to make something that has peanut butter in it. This is a sweet snack (but not too sweet) that is perfect for the mid-afternoon sugar slump. These peanut butter bars are packed with good fat, protein and good carbohydrates and will definitely keep you going till dinner. … Continue reading No-bake Chocolate Double Peanut Butter Bars
As the weather gets cooler in the Southern Hemisphere, I crave for winter warming and comforting food for dinner such as soups, pasta and rice dishes. However, some of these dishes can contain an unhealthy amount of calories. Hence, when I try to make any of these dishes, I try to lighten them up as much as I can to avoid feeling sluggish and uneasy … Continue reading Curried Cauliflower Rice, Kale & Chickpeas Soup
Once a week, I try to go vegetarian, mainly to give my liver a rest from all that meat processing during the week. In summer months, I try to make something light but still filling and nourishing for the body. In winter months, I try to make something warming and comforting, but still healthy and nourishing for the body. After all these years, experimenting with … Continue reading Quinoa, Lentils & Tofu Salad – Asian Style
If you do not already know, I am a massive peanut butter fan. I love any natural peanut butter, in particular crunchy or super crunchy peanut butter. I do not mind natural peanut butter with a tiny bit of salt in it too. But I do not go near any peanut butter with added sugar, vegetable oil or any added nasties. My favourite peanut butter … Continue reading Vanilla Peanut Butter Protein Oat Cookies
As mentioned in my healthy turkey meatballs recipe, meatballs are something that I make when I am pressed for time but still looking for something healthy and nutritious for lunch or dinner. With this recipe, I have actually added some quinoa for some complex carbohydrates and to keep me fuller for longer when I eat them. Also, these meatballs are baked, not fried or pan-fried, … Continue reading Healthy Quinoa and Beef Meatballs
I am always on the look out for healthy recipes, in particular breads and cakes. This is because a lot of store-bought breads and cakes contain a little too much sugar, saturated fat, preservatives and/or do not contain much nutritional value. As such, I am always looking for recipes which are nutritious and good for our bodies. If I come across a recipe that I … Continue reading Healthy Buckwheat, Chia Seeds & Carrot Bread