Red Wine Makes Me Happy

It’s pretty widely known that red wine in moderation is good for heart health. To point out the chemistry is essentially six degrees of Kevin Bacon for bio-chem, but you can follow this link to some of the latest research. If reading clinical research isn't your thing, the long and short of it is that red wine is loaded with anti-oxidants. So red wine is good for the heart, it’s rich in anti-oxidants, and it tastes good … kind of soun...

January 12, 2016

 

Bone broth was one of the big diet trends of 2015, with rumors about its super nutrition echoing through food media and restaurants from New York’s Brodo to Portland’s Cultured Caveman.

 

To be clear, there is nothing new about bone broth. Around the world, grandmothers have been have been using the feet, knuckles, tendons and bones of all sizes from poultry, beef, pig and fish to make rich, nourishing broths practically forever. But lately, the list of bon...

 

Overnight oats have become a popular breakfast choice. They are easy, portable, and healthy. Packed with all sorts of different combinations of grains, fruits, nuts, and seeds, how can you go wrong? I wanted to get in on this and after consulting with Pinterest I was armed with a half dozen recipes. Each recipe started with a standard base of rolled oats and a liquid of your choice. These measurements varied slightly but generally kept with the 1:1 ratio....

February 3, 2014

Everything in moderation means that we don't need to cut dessert out - just change our approach a little. This a great recipe that is simple, easy to modify and a great way to combat those nasty sugar cravings. Perhaps best of all, you only need frozen bananas and raw almonds!

 

Step 1:

In your food processor, blend raw almonds into creamy, smooth texture (to make a nut butter).

Remove most of the nut butter (leave some in the processor)

 

Step 2:

Add in your...

Please reload

MENU

CONTACT

FIND​ US

NORTHWEST FITNESS FLAGSHIP -

217 S. BROADWAY

COOS BAY, OR 97420

© HD2 Fitness LLC