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Gymboss Blog

Gymboss Blog

  • Posted 11-20-2015
    In Recipes

    As you might already know, I like homemade sweet treats that are healthy and not full of empty calories. Awhile back I shared a recipe for a cookie using chocolate protein powder that I call Baked No Bakes. This recipe uses vanilla protein powder instead. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 11-05-2015
    In Recipes

    Because of its high starch count, the potato often gets a bad rap. I'm not sure how anything grown naturally in the ground can actually ever be considered bad for you! Potatoes are low in calories and high in vitamin C and fiber. One single baked potato (with the skin) has more potassium than a banana. Like everything else, when properly prepared and eaten in moderation potatoes can and should be a healthy addition to anyone's diet. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 10-21-2015
    In Recipes

    I was looking in my cupboard for something sweet and noticed an abundance of dried fruit. While I like dried fruit, I'm not one to just eat a handful of plain raisins! I decided to try and create a healthy treat while using up some of my dried fruit in the process. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 10-06-2015
    In Recipes

    While I am not a huge fan of acorn squash, it usually does find its way to my table at least once or twice during the peak fall harvest. I like it as a side dish baked with maple syrup and seasoned with salt and pepper. I found the basis for the following recipe in a cookbook from the early 90's that uses quinoa long before it became so popular. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 09-30-2015
    In Workouts & Weightlifting

    You know you have a great six-pack in there somewhere, all you have to do is get it to come out! How? Well, it takes dedication and doing things the right way. Such as doing the right exercises and eating the right foods. Continue reading →

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