Weekly workout schedule

Day 1: Legs/Abs
Day 2: Chest/tris
Day 3: Back/bis/abs
Day 4: Rest
Day 5: Shoulder/Abs*
Day 6: Arms
Day 7: Rest

This is my workout schedule for a while. Won’t change it for 3 weeks.


REEDS Culture Club Kombucha

Today I had the pleasure of trying my first organic raw REEDS brand kombucha. Flavor: cranberry ginger.

I loved it! Bright & sparkly with the perfect tartness and “snap” from the ginger. It’s the best kombucha. I have made my own before. Kombucha is a probiotic tea. People around world eat or drink a probiotic food or beverage. I decided to stop making home brew for several reasons. One being that I am the only one who drinks it. I got a little bit tired of babysitting my scoby. Plus I never could make the “flavors” like the commercial products.

Reeds does a good job for me so its worth the price. It’s like a probiotic supplement BUT tastes great. I think it’s a great value for nutritional bang. I recommend this to all my clients.


Pecan Molasses Mini-Muffins

Molasses is also a source of minerals. It has an interesting history. It is actually the byproduct of refining sugar cane/beets. I would definitely use blackstrap molasses. However, unlike refined sugars, it contains significant amounts of vitamin B6 and minerals, including calcium, magnesium, iron, and manganese; one tablespoon provides up to 20% of the recommended daily value of each of those nutrients. Blackstrap is also a good source of potassium.[3] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackstrap_molasses) I like to use a teaspoon of molasses in my plain full fat yoghurt once in a while. I love this recipe. I have pecan’s and molasses. I give it try.

Things My Belly Likes

You guys, these muffins tasted like toffee.

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