Happy Monday and Happy first of February! Yes February! You better keep up Player (cue Tinashe) …. the year is just flying by!! READ MORE
Happy mid January everyone! Before I get into it, its worth mentioning that I deliberated over this post and hence it’s a day late (sorry!). Secondly, its a topic which I could’ve tackled several different ways but in the end I just focussed on what I cared about and what will be of more value to you.
With that said, let me start things off by noting we’re already nineteen days into the year and I hope everyone is keeping up with their goals (and not the Kardashians). In todays post I want to discuss juice cleanses; those miraculous concoctions that promise wonderful detox capabilities and rapid weight loss.READ MORE
I’m a big fan of sweet potatoes and the patties in this recipe just have an amazing soft on the inside, crispy on the outside texture. There are so many ways you can dress this burger up so I went with some of my favorites, avocado and pineapple.READ MORE
I started pushingforhealth because I want to be as strong as I physically can but in a sustainable way thats good to my body on the inside. This blog is an account of my fitness journey, the challenges I face, the knowledge I pick up, and the food I eat.
I also have a personal goal to inspire anyone who’s ever used the ‘by the time I leave work I’m exhausted’ argument to avoid reaching their true potential. It’s something I hear all too often and it makes me sad to see people give up on themselves so easily. I work in Finance which entails both long hours and mental focus, yet I still do what I do and know first hand that you can look and perform like a pro even when you’re working a 9 to 5.
As a starting point, what I can tell you is this: Attitude trumps everything. We all have our share of problems, distractions, jobs and families but you have to forge forward. Attitude means you can choose to accept a circumstance or you can choose to change it.
These Raw Vegan Brownie Bites will fix any sweet tooth and do it without the transfats found in the grocery store equivalents.
They pack a nutritious punch too, Dates for instance, are high in fiber, anti-inflammatory and contain calcium, manganese and copper.READ MORE