The recipe for my salted caramel protein bliss balls is one of my favourite for snack options! They’re delicious, high fibre, high protein & only contain wholesome ingredients.
Healthy snacks can be included as part of a nutritious eating plan however you should only eat snacks if you are actually truly hungry or struggling to meet your daily energy requirements. Eating snacks when you’re not actually hungry can lead to unwanted weight gain. Many people find themselves eating snacks when they’re not hungry which may be due to habit, thirst or a response to boredom, stress or emotions. Too many high energy (kJ) snacks may stall your weight loss or even lead you to gain weight.
Poor sleep and poor nutrition go hand in hand
In our busy lives, sleep can be seen as less important than other activities. Many of us give up some sleep to catch up on other things like work, playing computer or late night TV. Getting less than 7 hours sleep per night has been linked to weight gain and increased stress. Just one or two nights of skipping sleep can have an impact on your health, mood and weight.
Kondalilla is a national park in the Blackall Range of South East Queensland, Australia, 91 km north of Brisbane. It makes for the perfect day trip from Brisbane with a cute little stop over in Maleny or Montville for lunch.
This is one of my favourite vegetarian meals. It’s packed full of nutrients and delicious flavours. Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for a few days.