Category Archive: PFOODIE

60-Calorie Chicken & Mushroom Tex Mex Quiche

  One of my favorite breakfast items to put in meal plans is our mini-quiches. They are something you can make in advance so they are quick and easy to heat up for busy schedules. They are all around 50-60 calories each and they are extremely yummy (and that says a lot coming from me since …

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JAN 21: 4 Smart Tips for Smart Eating

We shouldn’t diet, we should eat with purpose. Dieting shouldn’t be about starving yourself, it should be about eating smarter, which requires a certain level of thinking and planning. Sadly, most people don’t eat with purpose. They decide what to eat based on what they want to taste or what’s convenient, without thinking if that choice …

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JAN 19: 60 High-Protein Frozen Dinners

One thing that can hold you back in life is getting caught up with “what’s best”. Some people have that mentality that if they can’t do it right, they won’t do it at all. While I understand that and actually apply that mindset in some aspects, diet and fitness is not one of them. We must …

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JAN 4: Who’s the Real Boss? You or Food

If you really look at food for what it is, it’s powerless. We can chop it up, blend it, cook it, freeze it. It does nothing unless we do something with it. It can’t jump in our bellies without our consent, yet so many people are completely controlled by it’s alluring aroma – or just …

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Battle of the Holiday Bulge

THIS. MEANS. WAR. It’s here. It’s now officially the season for feasting – turkey, ham, stuffing, gravy, biscuits, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, every flavor pie, every kind of cookies, cake, ginger bread, rum balls, fudge, candy canes, chocolate covered pretzels, poppycock, apple cider, hot chocolate, hot toddies and egg nog.  There is no other …

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5 Ways to Feel Thinner in 3 Days

We all do it. We blow our diet over the weekend. We not only eat poorly, but we just eat too much. By the time Monday comes around, we feel fat and miserable – and we feel like we are 10lbs heavier than we really are. Well, don’t fret! You can get back on track …

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Discover the #ProteinPantry for Protein-Packed Treats

Back in the 80s and 90s, if you wanted to boost more protein, you ate more tuna, made more protein shakes or cooked more eggs. Nowadays, you have SO many more options. We are no longer limited to protein powder that tastes like sawdust or gulping down raw eggs. Seriously, we have it SO easy now …

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Tackle the Monday Night Football Munchies

Health & Fitness in the ’90s I have been in the fitness industry for over 25 years. My fitness career started off by being smitten and in awe of a premier step aerobics instructor in Tallahassee, Florida in the early 90’s. Mindy was so smart and witty. She was very articulate and fun to be around, …

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Oh No! It’s Fatball Season! The Dieter’s Survival Guide

So it’s football season and, for football fans, this means football, friends and a lot of food – followed by a lot of weight gain. A Monday night at the Pfiesters looks like any other night at the Pfiesters. We don’t really watch football, except for FSU. I’m from Tallahassee and that’s where Steve went …

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Food Matters: You Can’t Out-Exercise a Bad Diet

While exercising is definitely beneficial, exercise alone is not the miracle worker most people think it is. I’m in the fitness business. I am a certified trainer and gym owner. I teach BCx boot camp at my gym (Max Fitness) in Vero Beach, as well as lead workouts and give exercise instruction on LiveExercise.com. So, you must …

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