I typically don't eat red meat; however the flavorful ingredients in this "Cooking Light Magazine" recipe spoke to me...garlic, green onion, chile paste...YUM! And it seemed pretty easy too. Bonus.
The recipe is listed below. I made THREE modifications:
Yoga has been around for thousands of years and first originated in India. Pilates is a relative newbie having been created in the 1920s by Joseph Pilates as a way of rehabilitation. Both offer health benefits, but which is better yoga or pilates? In today’s world physical results rank high as a criterion, but what about the mental and spiritual aspects? Consumers want an exercise experience that is physically challenging, that is a sound value, and creates tangible results.
Several weeks ago we began tweeting. Our twitter address is @healthytravel.
Why tweet? First and foremost to help people stay up to date on all things active and healthy. We also think that athletic-minded travelers, and those trying to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle, are a unique bunch.
This morning I read a WSJ article about getting healthy snacks from a vending machine. The article was interesting and offered solutions for getting fruits and veggies into the hands of hungry workers, but I was frustrated.
After highlighting the technology that can make offering healthy fare via a vending machine a reality, the article continues to point out:
You can now follow Athletic-Minded Traveler on Twitter! Our moniker is @healthytravel. We will keep you up to date (and sometimes even entertained) on all things active and healthy. Today, @WeightNoMoreDC tweeted about quinoa and we let her know that we had a great recipe for the amino-acid rich protein.
We like this recipe because it is flavorful, looks good, and gets rave reviews!
For the most part, we steer clear of political topics and figures, but when we learn of something athletically-related, it's difficult to bite our tounges.
Got your attention, didn't I? But seriously, there is a very easy way to improve your health and lose weight (IF weight loss is a goal). Eat more vegetables and less of whatever else you may be chowing down.
Deli meat is a quick and flexible source of protein. Between your favorite slices of bread, rolled around hummus, or our favorite, spread with Trader Joe's cilantro chive yogurt dip. The challenge is finding deli meat that is nitrate free and still tastes good.