Fitness Reality

Jul 16

effyeahhealthyfood:

cauliflower dough pizza
servings: 8 (1 slice), calories: dough on it’s own is around 55 calories per serve, with sauce it is about 60 calories per serve and the rest depends on toppings.
i added ham on half of mine cause my boyfriend isn’t vegetarian :3.
ingredients:
cauliflower dough:1 cup of riced (or mushed) cauliflower1 cup of low fat mozzarella cheese1 eggsome oreganosome parsleysome basil
sauce:1 can of whole tomatoes1 tsp of italian herbs
topping:whatever vegetables you like and meat if you want it (though a lot less calories without it) personally i had spinach, capscicum, onion, shallots, mushrooms and 1 sliced tomato and a little bit of cheese on top.
directions:
preheat the oven to approx 230C (450F).
boil the cauliflower until soft enough to mash. once soft drain and put in a bowl and then either mash or grate (i mashed it).
add the cup of cheese and the egg and either put it through a processor, just mix it with a spoon or use a beater/chopper on it. i used a chopping/beater cause the processor didn’t work ^^ it just means it will be a lot smoother and not have chunks of cheese in it.
cover an oven pan with baking paper and smooth the cauliflower dough into a pizza shape, sprinkle with some organo, parsley, and basil and place in the oven for approximately 15 minutes.
while the dough is in the oven cut up your vegetables for the top. open the can of tomatos and drain it with a strainer so you only have the whole tomatoes left. put these tomatoes through a blender/processer/or chop until small enough to make into a sauce.
heat the sauce in a small sauceman over low heat and add some italian herbs and a small amount of corn flour to thicken, bring to the boil.
once the dough is ready remove, and spread the sauce over it. add your chopped up vegetables and a little bit of the low fat mozzarella cheese on top. put back into the oven until the cheese is melted and serve!

effyeahhealthyfood:

cauliflower dough pizza

servings: 8 (1 slice), calories: dough on it’s own is around 55 calories per serve, with sauce it is about 60 calories per serve and the rest depends on toppings.

i added ham on half of mine cause my boyfriend isn’t vegetarian :3.

ingredients:

cauliflower dough:
1 cup of riced (or mushed) cauliflower
1 cup of low fat mozzarella cheese
1 egg
some oregano
some parsley
some basil

sauce:
1 can of whole tomatoes
1 tsp of italian herbs

topping:
whatever vegetables you like and meat if you want it (though a lot less calories without it) personally i had spinach, capscicum, onion, shallots, mushrooms and 1 sliced tomato and a little bit of cheese on top.

directions:

preheat the oven to approx 230C (450F).

boil the cauliflower until soft enough to mash. once soft drain and put in a bowl and then either mash or grate (i mashed it).

add the cup of cheese and the egg and either put it through a processor, just mix it with a spoon or use a beater/chopper on it. i used a chopping/beater cause the processor didn’t work ^^ it just means it will be a lot smoother and not have chunks of cheese in it.

cover an oven pan with baking paper and smooth the cauliflower dough into a pizza shape, sprinkle with some organo, parsley, and basil and place in the oven for approximately 15 minutes.

while the dough is in the oven cut up your vegetables for the top. open the can of tomatos and drain it with a strainer so you only have the whole tomatoes left. put these tomatoes through a blender/processer/or chop until small enough to make into a sauce.

heat the sauce in a small sauceman over low heat and add some italian herbs and a small amount of corn flour to thicken, bring to the boil.

once the dough is ready remove, and spread the sauce over it. add your chopped up vegetables and a little bit of the low fat mozzarella cheese on top. put back into the oven until the cheese is melted and serve!

healthylivingforyou:

inspirefitness:

3 minutes of this, and I was out of breath.

Ohhh man. All of these Jillian gifs are making me miss the 30DS. Haha

Currently doing it and it is awesome.

healthylivingforyou:

inspirefitness:

3 minutes of this, and I was out of breath.

Ohhh man. All of these Jillian gifs are making me miss the 30DS. Haha

Currently doing it and it is awesome.

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hopeefaithlife:

Tomorrow is the day. I’m done feeling yucky. HEALTHY.FIT.TONED. Exercise+Eating Healthy=LETS GO!

hopeefaithlife:

Tomorrow is the day. I’m done feeling yucky. HEALTHY.FIT.TONED. Exercise+Eating Healthy=LETS GO!

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Jun 25

Getting Fit: As promised, LOW CALORIE CINNAMON ROLLS!!! -

oceanbreathesthin:

I also happen to love anything and everything breakfast related, including cinnamon rolls. They are little bits of happiness rolled into warm cinnamony-sugary love. Seriously, I missed them with restriction, so I made my own. Simple enough, eh? My version made about 13…

Jun 24

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999reasonswhy:

Submitted by: sirensilver

999reasonswhy:

Submitted by: sirensilver

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penelopedavis:

Brooke Davis: That’s what I’m afraid of. Not being enough. Not good enough, not smart enough, not pretty enough.”People are gonna label you. It’s how you overcome those labels. That’s what matters.”

penelopedavis:

Brooke Davis: That’s what I’m afraid of. Not being enough. Not good enough, not smart enough, not pretty enough.

”People are gonna label you. It’s how you overcome those labels. That’s what matters.”

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The next time you’re thinking about skipping a workout, just imagine. Imagine what you will look like when you reach your healthy weight, how fit and toned your body will be. Imagine how good you will feel knowing that you worked hard for what you’ve got. Every bit of exercise you do helps, whether it’s 5 minutes or 2 hours. So get up, get active, & get HOT!

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atalantefit:

Benefits of the Kettle Bell
Full-body conditioning. The body learns to work as one synergistic unit linked strongly together.
Big results, less time because kettlebell  training involves multiple muscle groups and energy systems at once. 
Increased resistance to injury 
The ability to work aerobically & anaerobically simultaneously. 
Improved mobility and range of motion 
Increased strength without increase of mass. Kettlebell exercisers  are lean and toned, not bulky—a benefit that appeals to women and men  alike. 
Enhanced performance in athletics and everyday functioning

atalantefit:

Benefits of the Kettle Bell

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