Basically, I love food, and I love being healthy, so this is place for me to share how I, as well as others, can stay healthy while enjoying delicious food and an active lifestyle.
Biology major studying to become a physical therapist Based in Los Angeles & Dallas

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if you haven’t checked out Seventeen Magazine’s health & fitness blog yet you should take a look! four of us contribute to it weekly — sharing how we personally stay fit and healthy. Tara, Geraldine, Jenna Ushkowitz (from Glee), and I are the Team 17 Team Captains and we’re happy to help with anything and everything :)

you can follow Jenna on Twitter here

Tara (the star runner) can also be found on Twitter. click here to check out her tweets!

Geraldine is basically a health guru-extraordinaire on Twitter as well

You can also find me on Twitter where I get a little more personal than what I share on my blog — mostly thoughts about food, food, eating, cooking, more food, and sometimes exercise

AND AND AND check out my post HERE for stuffed shells that won’t leave you feeling too STUFFED

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occasionally i slip back into some not-so-great eating habits, but when i am in the habit of eating healthy, i start to look forward to treats that are good for me. namely, fruit

the promise of a banana and WHOLE TABLESPOON of peanut butter after a workout is half of the reason i go to the gym in the first place

&

waking up in the morning knowing i get to have fruit with cottage cheese gets me out of bed so fast

these types of treats are good for you, tasty, and won’t leave you craving more sugar - 100% satisfaction

pictured: peanut butter banana soft serve

Cottage Cheese w/ Strawberries & Poached Egg on Ezekiel Bread 

last breakfast in the states … i had to channel some red white and blue :)

Blueberry Oatmeal Protein Pancakes

workin’ it for the camera 

(post-devouring) 

i adapted the recipe from my favorite food blog The Healthy Foodie 

 

Pancakes

  • ½ cup Rolled Oats
  • ½ cup 1% Cottage Cheese
  • ½ cup Egg Whites
  • ¼ tsp Baking Powder
  • ¼ tsp Cinnamon
  • *i added ¼ tsp pumpkin pie spice 
  • ¼ cup frozen (or fresh) blueberries
  1. For the pancakes: Simply mix all the ingredients, except raspberries, in a food processor (i’ve also used a VitaMix. and a Magic Bullet works) and blend until nice and smooth. Remove the blades and delicately fold in the blueberries.


2. Coat a non-stick pan with cooking spray and heat it over medium heat. When the pan is hot enought, cook your pancakes one at a time until set and golden, about 1-2  minutes per side. I like to divide my batter into 3 small pancakes, but you may choose to make one large, 2 medium or 3 small pancakes, whatever works for you.


helllooo perfect pancake


3. I ate all three and topped with the blueberry sauce and whipped cream. These pancakes are to die for