Jalapeno flavor; so spicy and SO addicting.
I like to tell myself they are healthier because they don’t have any Cholesterol or trans fat… but deep down inside I know they’re probably just as bad as lays.
I stick to a 80/20 diet which means 80% healthy and 20% what ever I want.
Kettle chips will definitely be taking up ALL of my 20% today haha!!
Has anyone tried any of the other flavors?
Jillian Michaels is by far one of my biggest fitness inspirations.
Her workout videos are incredible, we share the same dieting ideas (to eat healthy, NOT starve yourself) and to EARN your body though hard work and nutrition.
Jillian is fierce, fabulous, and can terrify you right though the TV. I really feel like she is going to jump through my screen and chew my ear off if I don’t push through one more rep of bicycle crunches!
I’m about to begin week 3 of her 90 day workout video series “Body Revolution”. It’s absolutely incredible.
These tips alove are excellent, I’m honored to post them on my health blog. Take notes everyone!
Everyone LOVES to travel, and it’s a great way to reset your mind and get out of your usual day-to-day routine. HOWEVER, if you’re doing great with your healthy eating habits and want to make sure you don’t lose all your hard work on your next vacation, make sure you apply some of these wonderful tips on your trip!
- Pack your own meal on the airplane flight or mode of transportation of your choice. This provides you with an alternative to eating the expensive and typically unhealthy prepared meals offered through the airline. Bring protein- and nutrient-dense dry food that won’t easily leak or get smashed in your bag. Examples include nuts, protein bars and firm fruit, like apples.
- Drink plenty of fluids during your trip. If you can, choose water over other beverages while you’re in transit. Milk and juices are adequate, but avoid soda and an excess amount of alcoholic beverages. Avoiding the latter is especially important for minimizing travel-related health conditions, such as jet lag.
- Stock your hotel room with bottled water, fresh fruit and healthy snacks like granola bars or fiber cookies. Doing so helps remove the temptation to raid the room’s mini bar, and can be indispensable for staving off hunger between business meetings or tourist activities.
- Avoid fast-food outlets. Though they may be a comforting choice when you’re in a new city, these kind of meal options are often high in fat and calories, and more importantly, they may cheat you out of experiencing the local culture. Wherever you decide to eat, focus on meals that incorporate healthy components, like fresh vegetables and lean proteins.
- Don’t forget to eat breakfast. This is usually easier said than done in the whirlwind of a vacation. However, breakfast helps prime your system and prepares you for a full day of activities or business meetings. If your hotel offers a complimentary breakfast, choose a high fiber and protein meal, such as whole grain toast with peanut butter, to give you instant energy and fill you up until lunch. This way you may reduce the temptation to snack in a few hours’ time.
Don’t give up, you can still have fun with a healthy spin on your trip 🙂
(Thanks to traveltips.usa.com)