#WIAW Day Three of the Twenty One Day Sugar Detox (#21DSD)

summer 2014 007I can’t believe summer is done-zo! How fast time does fly!

Anyways, this lovely Wednesday I am in the middle of a lotta thangs that are influencin’ my nutrition. I’m training for a marathon…anddd I’m in the middle of Diane Sanfilippo’s Twenty One Day Sugar Detox (21DSD) program. For those of you seasoned 21DSD-ers, you know that marathon training and 21DSDing aren’t supposed to mix, but I promise you I’m being careful to increase carbs on long run days! My training is always really really weird versus other individuals’, because I do a lot of easy/rest days mixed in with hard training, so there’s a lot of days where my energy expenditure (and need for carbs) really is not that high!

photo 1 (11)Obvi, marathon training & hard runs calls for lots of anti-oxidizing, fuel efficiency machines for power! AKA.. ENERGYBITS!

I love my little on-the-go algae tablets. I pop a few before, during, and after runs to optimize performance, keep my blood sugar from tanking (read more about that here!), and to help recovery.

So, enough about running.

Let’s talk foodzzzz!!!!

(By the way, if you love talking about/listening to/obsessing over all things healthy food, you should check out The Running Lifestyle Show‘s weekly Friday podcasts where the host, Kari, and I feature a healthy food and delve into why this food is sooo brilliantly healthy, and then we talk about healthy recipes featuring the #foodoftheweek)

Ok, seriously, let’s talk food now :)

photo 4 (2)Breakfast… well. It looks gross. Because, I burnt these little buggers. And since I made twelve of them (I eat two every morning, so this was six days worth!)– I shall be eating burnt 21DSD’s buffalo chicken egg muffins (made with free range eggs) for the next six days. Stuffed with hot sauce, chicken, spinach & onions. 

Ahh c’est la vie (of a cheapo).

Honestly, despite being “slightly” overdone, these are still really delicious. However, I’m not too happy about starting my day with the carcinogenic components of burnt protein. (But I’m still too cheap to throw them away!)

photo 3 (6)Do you guys love Instagram? My new fave hashtag is Stacy Toth’s #MoreVegetablesThanAVegetarian. Because its SO TRUE. Guys, I can seriously pound some crazy amounts of food. I know I live in America, and I’m a female, so society tries to make this an embarrassing fact about mahself. But ya know what? I’m crazy healthy, have more energy than some children, and I’m a damn good runner; so whatevs.

Anyway, my lunchtime salads are always humongous. Like, the cashier always teases me for buying the heaviest salads she’s seen all day.

This one is dandelion greens, broccoli, pumpkin seeds, heirloom tomatoes, mozzarella and salmon. This was a really bizarre mishmosh of stuff, but all the ingredients were so delicious that it worked. Pumpkin seeds are super high in zinc, by the way, so they’re an awesome food to start eating now to be prepared for winter colds and flus, since zinc plays a role in boosting immune function!

For a snack, I noshed on a few cherry tomatoes, and a few bites of the 21DSD no grain banola. 

photo 5 (5)Last, but certainly not least, is my deliciousssss dinner. Ah. SO DELICIOUS. I love simplicity at dinnertime. When you’re busy, there’s no other option.

So dinner tonight was pistachio crusted salmon, green beans topped with Kerrygold butter. The salad was kale and slaw topped with Bragg’s sesame and ginger dressing.

Thanks for stopping by! Click the What I Ate Wednesday link up above to read other awesome WIAW stories!


The Who, What, When & How a Juice Cleanse Can Benefit Your Health

Have you thought about juice cleansing??

What’s a real food registered dietitian’s take on juicing and cleansing in general?

You’ll have to head over to Girls Gone Sporty to find out! Or listen in to a live interview where I answered all you’ll ever want to know about juicing!

Compliments of ManitobaHarvest.com

Heaps of Hemp For Me, Please! @ManitobaHarvest

manitoba harvest hemp seeds

Compliments of ManitobaHarvest.com

I am allll about hemp hearts lately.

Maybe its the summer heat and the influx of salads I’ve been consuming, but sprinkling crunchy crushed hemp hearts has been one of my fave foods this season.

You’ve heard me blab about flax & chia seeds before, but I had never tried hemp until recently. After all… hemp makes me think of illegal drugs and rope: not exactly appetizing.

However, when researching vegetarian sources of protein for a client a few weeks ago, I stumbled upon hemp seeds. While these seeds boast the omega-3 goodness of flax & chia; they have nearly DOUBLE the protein! A mere 3 tablespoons of crushed hemp seeds provides a whopping 10 grams of protein… that’s more protein than a darn egg.

Not to say I’d ever choose hemp hearts over eggs (AND THEIR YOLKS) ever, ever, ever; but that’s just how I roll.

Anyways, hemp hearts are nutty flavah’d; definitely more so than the pretty flavorless flax or chia (in my opinion), but I adore them on kale salads, sneaked into smoothies, or added into broccoli slaw.

So, okay, we covered that they’ve got a pretty darn impressive amount of protein in them (SO COOL!), but I also love their fat content. There’s nothing more filling than dietary protein PLUS dietary fat… (#RealFoodForTheWin)

Compliments of ManitobaHarvest.com

Compliments of ManitobaHarvest.com

Hemp’s dietary fat comes mostly from polyunsaturated fats, including omega 3 fatty acids. While the vegetarian forms of omega 3 come no where as close to being as bioavailable as the omega 3s from fatty fish, I’m not gona complain because I see this mostly as an awesome way to sneak in some extra protein. (Especially for my vegetarian clients!)

So far, I’ve only devoured Manitoba Harvest’s* brand of hemp hearts, but I’m guessing they all taste the same.

Have you tried hemp hearts yet? Are you afraid of hemp because of their association with marijuana and rope?! Any recipe inspiration to share?

* This endorsement is entirely of my own fruition. I did not receive any free product or compensation for this recommendation.

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Less Starchy Grits #Recipe #RealFoodRD

photo 2Kari over at The Running Lifestyle Show & I frequently discuss nutrient dense sources of carbohydrate for runners. On episode 15, we talked corn, since its in-season over in this part of the world, and I have to admit that a fresh piece of local sweet corn is seriously one of the most delicious indulgences of summer.

While I know corn has a bad reputation because its a starchy veggie and its one of the most commonly genetically modified crops in the United States; the seasonal corn delivered in a CSA box by a local farmer is a whole different animal. In those who are not experiencing digestive issues & are not “metabolically broken,” corn provides awesome vitamin E, B-vitamins & antioxidant phytonutrients to the consumer. Soooo… for a busy runner looking for some extra carbs; non-GMO corn from your local farmer can be a great choice!

While corn on the cob drenched in grass-fed Kerrygold butter is simply divine, it is difficult for the body to digest corn kernals in their whole form, so pulverizing the corn is best to absorb the nutrition. My version of grits is loaded with low calorie, low starch, uber-nutritious cauliflower, but still satisfies the starchy, salty & fatty combination that grits so delightfully entices!

Serve along side braised, grass-fed short ribs, poached pastured eggs or some buffalo chicken. Nom. Who said eating your veggies has to be boring?!

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Less Starchy Grits #Recipe

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Total Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 6 servings

Calories per serving: 150

Less Starchy Grits #Recipe

This pairs perfectly with braised short ribs, a poached (or fried!) pastured egg... and homemade buffalo chicken (that's what I did in the picture below!). To make homemade buffalo chicken, simply place a crockpot on high for 1.5 hours with lean chicken breast & hot sauce.


  • Large head of cauliflower, destemmed & chopped
  • Kernals from 3 ears of corn
  • 2 Tablespoons unsalted butter
  • Salt & Pepper
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • 1 teaspoon coriander
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • 4 teaspoon tapioca starch
  • 2 Tablespoons bacon fat
  • Heavy organic whipping cream, to taste (optional)


  1. Steam corn and cauliflower in a pot together until cauli is fork tender.
  2. Drain water and place the cauliflower & most of the corn in a vitamix (or food processor) on low speed. Reserve ~1/2 cup of the kernals on the side, leaving in the pot without heat.
  3. Add butter, spices to the food processor on low speed. Increase slowly to medium speed until blended well.
  4. Remove the mixture from the food processor and return to the pot with the intact corn kernals.
  5. Over low heat, add bacon fat. Stir.
  6. Add in 1 teaspoon of tapioca starch at a time, stirring continuously, over low heat. After adding tapioca starch, remove from heat to serve.
  7. You may choose to top with a drop cream upon serving, if desired. Stir in for a truly decadent, creamy flavor.
  8. And...Enjoy!


17 grams carbs (4.5 grams are from fiber), 9 grams fat, 4 grams protein

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#RealFood Real Fast Salad (A #Recipe & A Google Hangout!)

A few weeks ago, I wrote a simple post on some real food ideas for busy folks who want to reap health without living in the kitchen cooking twenty four hours a day for my favorite site, Girl Gone Sporty!

Because, yes, its possible. I know because I am surriously busy, and even though I wish I could spend every living moment cookin’ in the kitchen, I simply cannot.

Especially since I’m insane & I signed up for a marathon (AGAIN). I really thought after how freakin’ awful I felt after the Philly Marathon last year I was never, ever going to run a marathon ever again. But… I don’t know. I have felt seriously strong & wonderful during runs lately. It helps that I am now living in a new city, & so I am obsessed with exploring & running everywhere!

ANYWAY– back to the Google Hangout. It was really fun to discuss with Laura Williams, a fellow health enthusiast, about her favorite recipes to use when she’s short on time. She has inspired me to keep canned tomatoes lying around. Curious why? Check out the Google Hangout recording here.

Real Food Real Fast SaladSo, during the hangout, Laura & I discussed one of my all time most favorite quick fixes– an Italian flava-flave salad. I’m not a big salad lovah. They’re kinda boring. BUT! This salad is really incredibly flavorful, as well as simple. Its a total win when you’re in a time crunch & want something really filling.

Mangia Real Fast Salad

Mangia Real Fast Salad


  • Arugula & Baby Kale Blend (5 oz)
  • 1 can wild caught tuna, water drained
  • 1 small can kalamata olives, drained
  • 2 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 Tablespoons balsamic vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon oregano
  • 1 teaspoon parsley
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon basil
  • 1 Tablespoon parmesan cheese


  1. Place greens in a large salad bowl.
  2. Top with tuna.
  3. In a separate bowl, combine olives, EVOO & vinegar with spices. Mix well to make a zesty dressing.
  4. Top the tuna with the dressing & break a part with a fork.
  5. Add parm cheese & refrigerate for at least 20 minutes before serving.
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“The Running Lifestyle Show” Food on Fridays #Recipe!

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This is me being fantabulously excited that I am appearing as a regular on The Running Lifestyle Show! Please subscribe & support :) THANK YOU!

I know a lot of people don’t listen to podcasts, but ME?! I am OBSESSED! I listen to podcasts allll the dang time. While I’m running, while I’m driving & while I’m cookin’. I could listen to podcasts allll day! They’re the easiest, FREE way to learn loads of new information while multi-tasking. Its how I stay up on all the latest science!

Anyway, now that I am appearing regularly on a podcasttttt; I AM SO EXCITED!!  You guys should totally subscribe & listen to episodes 6 & 9 (the ones I appear in!). Its a podcast tailored towards runners, and it discusses how to manage all the challenges of running in the context of a busy life! Sooo… *PEER PRESSURE* subscribe to The Running Lifestyle Show righttt now!

Kari Gormley, the fabulous host of The Running Lifestyle Show, has invited me to participate in a Food on Friday challenge where we discuss the health benefit of a food from her CSA box. This week we talked tomato. And I loooveeee me some tomato (cause, duh, I’m Italian).

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Tomatoes are brilliant because you can benefit from their nutrient profile when they’re raw & after they’re cooked. The water soluble vitamin C is more available when you eat your tomato cold & fresh on a salad or in some salsa. However, the fat soluble vitamin A actually becomes more bioavailable after cooking & pairing that luscious, red beauty with some FAT!!

photo 5Since we all know how I beg ya to *EAT YOUR VEGGIES*, Kari & I discussed an awesome, easy-peasy, 3 ingredient recipe to start your day chock-full of vitamin A.

(PS- If you want a really decadent treat, wrap a few dried dates with bacon & place them on the tray with the tomatoes! Take out after 20 minutes cooktime to kill two birds with one stone [breakfast for the week AND a sweet, savory snack!])

Food on Fridays' Egg Stuffed Tomatoes

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 5

Serving Size: 1 tomato

Calories per serving: 133 calories

Fat per serving: 7 grams

Food on Fridays' Egg Stuffed Tomatoes


  • 5 large tomatoes, preferably organic
  • 5 eggs, free-range preferred
  • Salt & Pepper (optional)
  • 5 pieces bacon, preferably humanely raised


  1. Preheat oven to 400*F
  2. Rinse tomatoes & chop off the tops, like you're carving the top off a pumpkin!
  3. Using a paring knife or steak knife, carve out the tomatoes' middles. Scoop out the seedy pulp & set aside (you should totally use the pulp to make salsa or use for a salad later, but you could just toss it).
  4. Crack an egg into each hollowed tomato.
  5. Top the egg with salt & pepper (optional).
  6. Cut the bacon in half so you have two shorter strips. Criss-cross over the tomato stuffed egg.
  7. Bake on a greased baking-sheet for 30 minutes at 400*F.
  8. Enjoy your portable brekkie for the week!


10 grams protein, 0 grams carbohydrate

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#WIAW Guess whose back… Back again… Rena’s Back (Tell a Friend)

Heyyyyy!!! So! I am all moved in– and life is quickly becoming normal again. I’ve said au revoir to my old city… and am onto a NEW ONE!

I celebrated my last night in New Hay Hay by dining at the beloved Claire’s Cornucopia… such a gem! Awesome vegan/vegetarian food– all free of GMOs!!


I ate this for dinner :) Its gluten free & from a vegetarian restaurant... so its healthy, right?

I ate this for dinner :) Its gluten free & from a vegetarian restaurant… so its healthy, right?

I had a tad bit of my kale & beans...but mostly just dessert!

I had a tad bit of my kale & beans…but mostly just dessert!

hello possibiiltiesAnd then I moved.

My kitchen in my new apartment is drastically smaller than my old kitchen. Surprisingly, I like it better. The countertops were so so far a part back in New Hay Hay that I always felt like I was getting in a sprint workout dashing from one side of the kitchen to the other. In my tiny kitchen, I simply pivot, and voila! - counterspace available! ALSO! I have a garbage disposal! Ya know how much easier that makes chopping vegetables?! Its flippin’ awesome! However, I do have a RIDIC fear that I am going to somehow jam my finger in there one day! EW.

photo (4)For brekkie, I’ve been noshing on eggs baked into tomatoes or peppers. I love this unique way of making eggs portable while sneaking in a serving of vegetables!! AND GUESS WHAT! I’ll be discussing this awesome tip during my regularly occurring guest appearance on The Running Lifestyle Show!! Definitely subscribe & check it out!

Snack time has mostly consisted of Quest bars, when I really need ‘em, but today I tried out a new treat: Simple Squares Organic Snack Bar with my usual dandelion tea. Simple Squares are super yummy and only contain REAL FOOD ingredients like cashews, honey, salt & coffee beans. Really yummy & sweet. Of course, these are too sweet to be consumed on the daily, but an awesome now-and-then snack choice!simple caffeine dandelion

Lunch has been a lotta salads. But that doesn’t mean my lunches are boring!! I vary my protein- some days I do chicken, others salmon or tuna, and even tofu! I’ll add berries some days versus a more savory salad others…

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Last, but not least, DINNER! I’ve had a lot of fun experimenting in the kitchen lately! That said, good ole’, simple stand-ins like zoodles, Cucina Antica tomato sauce & whole milk, organic ricotta make the stress of unpacking a little more manageable! Unpacking is taking forever… anyone want to come over and do it for me??!!


Thanks for stopping by :) Looking forward to regularly WIAW-ing with you folks again! Hooray!

#WIAW: Move-In Day Approaches!

Happy WIAW :) Its been a while for me…! Life has been *HECTIC*. Like… I started a new full time job which requires 3 hours of commuting daily AND THEN my mechanic broke my engine during a routine oil change AND THEN it was time to move (which requires apartment searching!!!).
Anyway! That’s all behind me now because I found an apartment MUCH closer to my full time job! And its beeee—oootttiful! Yes… packing now is a little bit crazay, but returning to my boring life of routine is in sight! Hooray!

Soooo, shhyeaaa. The eats! That’s what you guys came here for, amiright?

egg muffinsOn the go, I’ve been eating these YUMMY, veggie packed “egg cups.” I based these off of Paleomg’s recipe (because I am totally totally obsessed with Juli Bauer). However, I do not always add sausage or bacon, and add a WHOLE LOTTA veggies to her recipe (like half a package of spinach!).

Always make this delicious breakfast with free range eggs, peoples :)

Soooo, anyway, for lunch I usually eat a HUGEEEE, protein packed salad. I switch between chicken, mediterranean tuna salad (tuna salad made with EVOO instead of mayo) or organic tofu. Then I photo 5 (3)load on the veggies. And sometimes I’ll add some fruit too! Its summer, so I have been craving a tonnnn of fruit. Typical summertime shenanigans, ya know.

Look at my huge, filling salad. All the fiber, nutrient density & protein you could want!

Salad in the summah. What more could you want?

How about burgers in the summa?

Once again, PaleOMG provided us with the mostttt delicious bison burger recipe ya could want. Its reallyyy easy onions in gheepeasy too! Bison, green apples, and arugula with some spices. Thatzzit. I put it over some arugula mixed with diced carrot fries & sauteed onions.

Wait. We need to discuss something. GHEE & ONIONS. ONIONS & GHEE. SAUTEED. Ahhhhh SO SO SO GOOD. I literally ate AN ENTIRE LARGE YELLOW ONION. By myself. I couldn’t stop shoving that allium rich veggie in my pie hole. All thanks to the powers that be ghee.

bison burger

cherries & chocolate

Anyway, this past weekend, I happened to have been abandoned by my boyfriend & all my friends. Literally. I had to work and everyone else went away to some fun, sunny place and left me to my lonesome.

But that’s okay because cherries are in season!

Best way to end your day: Keeping Up with the Kardashian reruns, chocolate & cherries.

The Best Breakfast #JERF #HealthyFood

kashi nutrition labelLet’s be honest. For most people, the word breakfast is synonymous with Wheaties drowned in cow’s milk and a cold glass of orange juice. I know growing up, my staple breakfast was cheerios, milk and raisins. Except for weekends when I’d grab onion bagels thick with cream cheese and a large bottle of Nesquick chocolate milk.

Geeze. Can you say sugar coma?

Before we go any farther, let’s review why even “high fiber” breakfasts like Wheaties and Kashi are no more than just well marketed sugar bombs.

For instance, Kashi’s GOLEAN cereal.

Upon first glance, you may think this is a great choice because, “Wow! 11 grams of protein (more protein than an egg!) and 9 grams of fiber! Only 1.5 grams of fat! ”

So what’s the problem?

Well, the first ingredient on the ingredient list is SOY GRITS. Um, what the heck is a soy grit? I have no clue. And even if I did have the slightest ideas as to what the heck a soy grit was; soy is one of the most genetically modified crops you can find in the great USA. Since Kashi is not Non-GMO Project Verified, and I’m willing to bet that the soy grits, soy protein concentrate and soy protein isolate are all products of genetic modification. Gross.

But, even if you’re not a stickler for GMOs (which you should be!), the “high protein, high fiber” label this cereal touts is not accurate. While 44 calories (25%) are from protein, and 36 calories are from fiber (these calories were already subtracted from the total serving size by the Kashi company), a stark 108 calories (65%!!) of calories are from non-fiber carbohydrate (also known as sugar). When 25% of calories are from GMO sourced soy protein, and 65% of calories are from nutrient poor sugar– I call this a  great source of carbohydrate, not protein. I may add, also, that this breakfast is also a nutrition-loss. WOMP WOMP.

Nutrition-loss or not; it sure is convenient. And I bet you’re doubting that breakfast made from real food can match cereal’s convenience.

Well, lucky for you, I’ve made a list of awesome, nutrient dense foods that are perfect for your morning meal. Some of them require a little work in the kitchen once a week to prepare, while others are fine to make morning-of.

Here are my no- or minimum- preparation needed suggestions:

A green smoothie is ALWAYS a HEALTHIER option than juice!1. Green smoothies! Carrie Brown has a lot of phenomenal recipes, but my personal favorite is: 1/2 an orange, 2 stalks celery, 2 handfuls of spinach, 2-3 inches of cucumber, 10 grapes, ice and some coconut water. Sometimes I mix in some unflavored whey protein for good measure :)

2. Sweet potatoes slathered in almond butter, shredded coconut & cinnamon. (If you use the microwave, a potato takes like 5 minutes to microwave. If you avoid the microwave, then you would have to bake a bunch of potatoes to use throughout the week).

3. Raw Fit mixed with water when I am in a major rush!

4. Grass fed, plain yogurt topped with berries

5. Bulletproof Coffee

6. Hardboiled eggs! Snack on cherry tomatoes or sugar snap peas on the side to get your veggies!

Sweet potatoes and smoothies are portable, which is a really great thing when you commute in the morning such as myself :)

Here are my fave breakfasts– but they require a little bit of work once a week!

1. Egg bakes! This veggie loaded egg bakes makes squares of egg omelet which are sturdy enough to handle like a slice of pizza! Plus, you can squeeze in several servings of veggies!

2. Breakfast on the Go Egg Cups! Great for those of you who are commuting and eating breakfast on the go. Still, a great way to sneak in loads of veggies at breakfast!

3. High quality cheese sandwiches! This is a bit messy, but I highly recommend smoked mozzarella sandwiched with fresh tomato. NOM.

4. Baked eggs in avocado. Just when you thought nothing was a more perfect fit than bacon & eggs…enter avocado. YUM. Loaded with heart healthy monounsaturated fat and satiating fibers, this is one of my FAVORITE BREAKFASTS!

5. Grain free “Banola” (banana sweetened granola sans grains!). I freakin’ love this recipe because it is SO delicious and the texture reminds me of Kashi, but since this is a GREAT source of fat & protein, while being quite low in carb, you’ll actually feel full after a serving of banola!

There you have it, lovely readers! A long list of real food, nutrient packed recipes to start your day right! Feel free to comment with additional ideas or feedback in the Disqus below!

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Non-Nutrition Obseshes this Summer #VSSportBra #VSSportTester

Besides being super duper missing in action, I have been packing to move, commuting like a trillion hours a day, sprinting & lifting because LORD KNOWS I don’t have time for long distance running, and eating lots of real-food-on-the-go. Like sweet potatoes, eggs, spinach smoothies, & ummm… eggs. The cage free, organic kind that DO NOT EAT VEGETARIAN ONLY FEED!

Anywho. I also have found that people love to know dietitian’s opinions on things that do not pertain to food a veces.

photo 4Like sunblock?

I’m freckly. I know a thing or two about sunblock. First of all, have you heard of the iPhone application named Skin Deep by the Environmental Working Group? Its pretty cool. You can scan barcodes of topical products to measure their purity based off a tally of the ingredients’ hazards & how they relate to other products on the market. Zero is da bomb while ten is the worst.

I love Badger Sunscreen for my body (its a zero or a one) and Andalou Naturals for my face (a zero!).

If you’re curious about skin care/decorating routines which I have no clue whether they are photo (63)beneficial to my health or not, let’s talk about LuLu DK’s fantastic jewelry tattoos.

They are fab. Like. I wish I was an alien who could cover every inch of her skin in glitter!!!

Look how fab my arm looks (and how freakin’ fierce I look haha).

The highlight of my summer, however, has been my new Victoria Secret sports bra*!!

photo 3 (3)I love when workout clothes make you want to get out the door and SWEAT. And it helps when said workout attire is ADORBS but have freakin’ incredible structure and support. I promise you that you will have zero jiggle, but still look just as cute as the girls rockin’ the expensive Lululemon. Lululemon’s great and all, but I love me a good deal (and for like $50, Victoria Secret’s sport bras are an absolutely awesome deal!)!


Sprints? No prob. Box jumps? Perfectly supported. Yoga? You know the girl behind me is jealz of my cute sport bra.

photo 1 (8)Anyway, rockin’ the cutest sport bra ever makes it really easy to say “YES!” to sprints on the track after a long commute (and Lawdy knows I need all the motivation I can get!).

* Victoria’s Secret did send me a free sport bra for review. However, my opinions are of my own, and I certainly would never, ever, ever lie to my lovely readers!


What non-nutrition fads are you rockin’ as of late? Whats your fave tip for sun protection??