Calories: 465 | Protein: 39g | Carbs: 25g | Fat: 24g
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From Apartment Therapy → 5 Delicious Ways to Use Food as Decor Inspiration
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Q: I recently bought a beautiful handmade cutting board at my local farmers market. They mentioned that they had only oiled it a couple of times and that I should do it again when I got it home, but otherwise it was ready to go. I oiled it and let it sit for a day and then started using it.
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Until recently I was constantly confusing evaporated and condensed milk, especially at the grocery store when trying to remember which one a recipe called for. It didn’t help that the cans look nearly identical. The differences are small, but they can have a big impact on your recipe.
Do you know the difference between condensed and evaporated milk?
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I made this as a dip first, to accompany Cobb Salad Summer Rolls, then went backwards to the dressing. The dip is just the dressing thinned out with some warm water. Even in the thinner dip form, it works great on a salad. It just needs a stronger shake/whisk to combine.
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It’s actually easier to decide to work out than give up your drinking habits. So the tendency of most beginners is to still drink their dose of beer even after deciding to achieve a sexy, fit body. The result? Well, most of us know that beer does nothing but keep you bloat.
But there are rumors spreading nowadays about how beer can actually help you in the gym. Can beer keep your muscles stronger? Find out in this article on Muscle and Fitness:
BEER CAN STRENGTHEN MUSCLES
Good news for all beer-lovers out there—beer can actually make your muscles stronger! Well, that is, if you’re up for the challenge of drinking 154 pints a day.
A recent study conducted by Japanese scientists at the University of Tokushima showed that the flavonoid ingredient found in beer known as 8-prenylnarigenin (8-PN) significantly limited muscle atrophy in debilitated laboratory mice. The mice that were given the flavonoid saw minimal muscle loss compared to other mice that weren’t. The control group experienced a 10 percent decrease in muscle mass. Read more…
So you’d have to die first before you get the muscle building and strengthening benefits of beer – sorry beer lovers! Nutritionist and researcher Kamal Patel actually says that one or two is okay, as there are no studies suggesting beer cause long term harm. More information is on the Daily Burn:
Will a Post-Workout Beer Affect Muscle Growth?
Even the most dedicated athletes need time off to unwind. While partying usually results in nothing worse than a hangover, you may have also noticed that your Monday morning gym session feels harder after a weekend of indulging. While many people extol the virtues of the post-workout beer, it can be difficult to determine what effect alcohol actually has on muscles. Read more…
Ready for the good news? Muscle Prodigy introduces a newly invented beer that aims to enhance muscle recovery and strengthening – the Lean Machine:
POST-WORKOUT BEER IS A REAL THING
This could be good news for those fitness and beer enthusiasts. Canadian company Vampt announced that it plans to release an after-workout beer called Lean Machine, marketed as a “Recovery Ale.” The gluten-free beer contains 7 vitamins, 7 grams of protein and 77 calories per serving — plus 3.2 percent alcohol by volume (and at a drastically reduced 0.5 percent ABV in Canada due to alcohol regulations). It’s supposedly enriched with nutrients, antioxidants and electrolytes to help the body recover after a workout. Read more…
Post workout beer exists, but let’s not forget the fact that beer belly exists too! Just think of the benefits you will gain if you give up your beer habits. An occasional one or two is okay. Aside from sports drinks, there are a lot of other drinks that will maximize your gains in the gym like natural fruit juices or smoothies.
Can beer keep your muscles stronger? Yes! But it needs more studies. For now, have a Lean Machine!
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If you’ve ever had a picky eater in the family, you know first-hand just how frustrating mealtime can be. Figuring out how to get around those food aversions and make mealtime an enjoyable experience can prove trickier than walking a tightrope.
It turns out that many of you are all too familiar with this. Here are your nine most helpful strategies for cooking for picky eaters.
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Toned and bigger biceps are definitely a must-have, and just like any other part of your body, it takes time to have them. They are also more prone to unwanted fat compared to other parts, which is probably why ladies are avoiding spaghetti straps and tank tops and men are avoiding shirts with fitted sleeves! Luckily, there are a lot of different exercises that target and work biceps.
For a better workout, you have to know the best and worst things you can do for bigger biceps. Men’s Health UK introduces five techniques to watch your biceps grow in no time:
HOW TO BUILD BIGGER BICEPS
Guns, pythons, swans, weapons of mass destruction. There are plenty of nicknames for your biceps – and plenty of ways to work them. So if your only strategy is to curl three sets of 10, you’re missing out (especially if you’re doing them in the squat rack). This quintent of expert-approved techniques will help your biceps reach their peak potential. Read more…
Now that you know the basic techniques, it’s time that you learn about the exercises that will help you achieve bigger biceps faster, and fitness director B.J Gaddour shares his secret ARMageddon challenge in this video on Men’s Health:
This workout will not only help you achieve bigger biceps faster, but will also make them stronger and more toned!
On the other hand, there are also exercises that you think can increase your gains, but in reality they are not helping at all! Here are the worst things you can do for bigger biceps that you may want to avoid, as listed by Eric Broser on Muscle and Fitness:
THE 6 WORST THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR BIGGER BICEPS
If you are planning on selling tickets to your own personal “gun-show” you better make sure the crowd will be impressed. The last thing you want is to throw up a biceps pose (with a big grin) and get booed off the stage. Unfortunately, while almost everyone in the gym tossing around the iron are quite passionate about filling out their shirt sleeves with muscle, most are making vital mistakes preventing this very goal from manifesting. Read more…
Final tip: there are actually no best or worst things you can do for bigger biceps if you are not determined enough. Just don’t give up! It takes time and effort. Use this guide, and watch how you maximize your gains in no time!
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We eat apple peels and peach skin — why not banana peels, too? According to Business Insider, banana peels contain some really great vitamins and nutrients that we’re just throwing in the compost. Blend them up in smoothies! Bake until crispy! Or heck, just eat them along with the banana.
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Arm fats are just so annoying, I know. It makes you want to avoid sleeveless clothes or those with highly fitted sleeves. They are one of the most important parts you need to target if you want to achieve a bikini body.
Fortunately, there is a lot of workouts to lose arm fat, and these workouts also aim to tone them. Yoga teacher and triathlete Alice Toyonaga shares five workouts to lose arm fats, with and without equipment, on Fitness Republic:
Workouts to Lose Arm Fat
If you are looking to lose arm fat the solution is rather simple and straight forward. When you question yourself on how to lose arm fat, there is only one answer, which is, seeking some help from easy to do quick exercises to get rid of the horrendous arm fat!
Just spending ten minutes a day on your arms, following simple specialized work out routines targeted towards the arms alone can help you get the cuts and the lot to make them look super fit. Here are some of our top pick exercises that aim at how to lose arm fat, quick! Read more…
Fitness trainer Laura Mcdonald gives us a step-by-step exercises on Mind Body Green that aim to tone your arms, with just two dumbbells:
6 Killer Moves To Tone Your Arms
For this routine, all you need is a set of dumbbells that are three to 10 pounds. Choose a weight that is challenging for you, but start at a lighter weight if you’re a beginner. Adding weight to your workout helps to tone and create leaner muscles, boost your metabolism and you’ll burn calories all day long. I’ve put together six simple moves you can do as a routine or add in before or after a cardio session. Read more…
The use of weights is almost always needed when doing arm workouts, but did you know that you can actually tone your arms without them? Here’s a video that only takes FIVE MINUTES on Glamrs to show you how:
How To Get Toned Arms: 5 Minute Weight-Free Workout
With or without equipment? The choice is yours! These workouts to lose arm fat are very easy. They fit even for people with the busiest schedules as you can do them for 10 minutes, with 30 minutes as the maximum time. You may also increase the intensity of your exercises as your body gets used to them.
You also have to follow a healthy, balanced diet. More protein is usually recommended as it maximizes your body’s muscle-building capacity, but you also have to eat a plentiful of fruits and vegetables to get the most benefit.
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