Everybody loves lasagna, but we don’t love the fat that comes with that gooey mozzarella cheese. Here’s a great recipe that uses nonfat mozzarella for all the flavor without the fat, tofu for protein, and spinach for vitamins, minerals, fiber—and Popeye-approved yumminess!
If you spend any time perusing the fashion mags and tabloid rags in the supermarket checkout line, you’ll see a wide array of articles claiming to have discovered the latest “miracle food” that’ll burn off the pounds while you sit on your butt and eat. Well, sadly, the news isn’t quite that good. Without regular exercise, a decent night’s sleep, and a thought-out meal plan, your metabolic rate is going to be dragging. However, there are some things you can eat that’ll move the needle into the fat-burning zone.
TurboFire®. Turbo Jam®. Turbo Kick®. Are you Turbo-confused? Chalene breaks down how TurboFire is different from the programs that came before it and why it could be the perfect next challenge after P90X® or INSANITY®.
From an early age, my mother implored me to eat my bran flakes or else I wouldn’t get enough fiber. The word “bran” kind of sounds like “bland,” so it’s like my mind was already telling me I wasn’t going to like it. But my mother was right. Fiber is essential to maintaining good health.
The quality of the ahi (also known as yellowfin tuna) you use for this recipe makes a huge difference, because you’ll only be lightly searing the outside, leaving the inside not just rare, but raw. That’s why you need to start with extremely fresh, sushi-grade ahi—don’t even attempt this dish with a lower grade of fish.
There are a lot of contradicting ideas and misconceptions about the best way to reshape your body. This is largely because there are a lot of trainers out there, each seemingly espousing a different fitness philosophy. In this article, we’ll examine an assortment of training strategies, bust a myth or two, and explain why interval training is generally the most efficient way to improve your fitness level.
Get ready to have fun and feel the burn with TurboFire—Chalene Johnson’s intense new cardio conditioning program. With TurboFire, you get the best workouts, the best music, and the best spot in class.
“I thought it was too hard, but it turned out to be everyone’s favorite,” says Chalene Johnson about the creation of her newest program, TurboFire. “It sold me on the fact that people really do want something that will take them to the next level. But this isn’t P90X® for girls. It’s not INSANITY®. And it’s not just harder Turbo Jam®. It’s my answer to the question, ‘What would work best for me?'”
Fajitas are a festive, sizzling dish full of lean protein, crisp, healthy vegetables, and fun! Because they only take about 20 minutes to prepare (plus marinating time, of course) and there’s no oven to heat, they’re the perfect summer evening treat.