Tasty Tuesday CHICKPEA AND ROASTED TOMATO DIP 5 minutes to prep and serves 4 390g can of chickpeas. 1 garlic clove. 4 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil A squeeze of lemon juice 2 roasted, deseeded red peppers, chopped or from a jar Small handful chopped coriander Toasted pitta bread to serve
Place the chickpeas in a food processor with the garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, red peppers. Blitz the contents and season to taste. Serve in a bowl with toasted pitta bread.
Sure, it may be easier said than done, but research shows that positive emotions are really good for the body.
A positive outlook not only aides in healthy behavior changes, but can reduce inflammation in the body, and lower the risk diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and even overall risk of death.
So… How do we “stay positive”, especially during challenging times?
For one, we understand that life is always going to have positive and negatives, happy and sad, good and bad.
Next, create the positive emotions you want to feel!
Understand that you are the person who generates your emotions by what you think.
Sure, it may be hard to feel excited or cheerful during stressful times, but we can tap into some other emotions – even if just for a few minutes here and there throughout the day.
What is one positive emotion you are choosing to feel today?
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When your looking for a post workout snack which has both carbs and protein then this fits the bill perfectly. The 3 ingredients are only rolled oats, banana and protein powder (I use herbalife pdm). Approximately 47 calories per ball and around 8 grams of protein and 24 grams of carbs with little sugar of only 5.1 grams.
1 large banana
1 serving of protein powder
85 grams rolled oats
To make pour the protein powder into a food processor for about 1 minute until the oats are finely chopped but not smooth.
Add the banana and continue blending until the dough is coarse yet can be pliable.
Roll into 12 balls and place into a container and stored in a fridge.