Crispy Kale – Supper Snack

 

Kale is among the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. Is loaded with powerful antioxidants, vitamin C and K. Kale can help lower cholesterol, which may reduce risk of heart disease. It tastes delicious and is a great, crunchy super healthy snack!

Toss kale leaves with 1 Tbs of Extra Virgin Coconut Oil  in bowl, until well coated. Spread on baking tray, sprinkle with sea salt and bake at 150’C for 30-40 minutes approx.. Turn kale with tongs every 15min. Bake until edges are lightly browned and leaves are crispy.

Salmon and Asparagus with Tomato and Basil salsa.

Very easy, very healthy 10 min dish reach in proteins, good fats and super greens.

Recipe for two portions

2 boneless Salmon fillets season with salt and freshly ground black pepper and squeeze over a little lemon juice. Fry on non-stick pan for 2-3 minutes (until golden brown) each side without any additional oil or butter.

Half way through frying the fish add 12 tips of asparagus with pinch of sea salt and fresh black pepper.

Tomatoes and basil salsa:

Mix chopped one red, one yellow and one green tomato, handful of basil leaves, 1 tsp of extra virgin olive oil, sea salt and fresh black pepper.

 

Approx. macro-nutrients per portion.

300 Calorie

28g Proteins

17.5g Fats

5.5g Carbs

Avocado and Papaya

Nothing more nothing less just super healthy breakfast,

Reach in good fats, vitamins and minerals

One of my favourite ones.

Macronutrients facts based on half of avocado and half of papaya

206 Calories

Carbs 23.6g

Fats 10.7g

Protein 2.5g

So why do we really need to train?

“I want to lose some weight.”  Well cut the crap from your diet and you should be fine!

“I want to lose my excess body fat.”  Okay good intentions, but it’s been proven that training alone is not good enough.

“I want to look attractive to the opposite sex.”  That’s understandable but imagine the whole world is blind, how many people would you impress then?!

We need to move because our body is designed to do so! Main purposes of the muscles is to bring movement. If you don’t, you are doing something against your own nature. When we exercise, our hormonal balance is changing making us happier, more positive, more alert even more intelligent. So automatically our confidence gets missive boost. Physically we develop bigger and better freedom of movement which again is making our daily routines easier. Better, lean muscle mass slows down aging process, it makes us look and FEEL younger for longer. Our immune system gets stronger, keeping us healthier and the sex is better too! Maintaining healthy leaving dramatically reducing chances of getting diabetes, cancer, dementia, osteoporosis, heart problems, strokes and many others serious health conditions.

You have to relies something, that looking after your own well-being is not only for your own benefit but Is for everyone around you too!

“I am training to be the hottest girlfriend (or boyfriend) you have ever had”

“I am training to be the hottest ex you have ever had”

“I am training so my children can say my dad (or mum) is a real bad ass”

“I am living healthy life style because I want to die young as late as possible”

“Be so happy that when others look at you they become happy too!”