styleyourbody:

i need to get back on track. summer is on its way and i’m here eating cheetos.

(via fitnessisfitfor-me)



hello-dear-gym:

Cut up this pineapple all by myself! 
It’s amazing how many pieces 1 beautiful fruit can produce! 
Can’t wait to eat some tomorrow! (may have snacked on a few as I cut it up though :) )

hello-dear-gym:

Cut up this pineapple all by myself! 

It’s amazing how many pieces 1 beautiful fruit can produce! 

Can’t wait to eat some tomorrow! (may have snacked on a few as I cut it up though :) )


(via car-dio)


I want this!!

I want this!!

(via bkfitty)


fitnessisfitfor-me:

lissettemoronta:

My weakness righht here. Western omelette loaded with bacon! 😍 any time of the day! #getfitwithlis

omfg gimmeeee!

seriously this needs to get in my belly! 

fitnessisfitfor-me:

lissettemoronta:

My weakness righht here. Western omelette loaded with bacon! 😍 any time of the day! #getfitwithlis

omfg gimmeeee!

seriously this needs to get in my belly! 


livefitdiefit:

if you don’t like breakfast, I don’t like you.






(via 10000steps)


find-greatness:

Tonight I was feeling nostalgic and going thru the few photos (4,000+) that were on my old computer’s photobooth. I have gems SO MANY GEMS. Ran past this one (2008?) and I was like I just took a photo like that tonight after the gym.

Throwback Thursday and transformation Tuesday is gonna get really fun now!


fitter-today:

fitter-today:

April progress? First pic is from the start of march I think!

Getting back into a healthier lifestyle! My old progress motivates me so much!!

(via the-journey-of-tori)


Q
is eating 3 eggs ok or 2?
Anonymous
A

beardhairdontcare:

fightblr:

eat-well-and-go-to-the-gym:

Yeah its ok. Just dont eat more than 3, as the egg yolk does have cholesterol and high in (healthy!) fats.

captainjaymerica we eat too many eggs :/

Historically, eggs have been considered unhealthy because they contain cholesterol.

A large egg contains 212mg of cholesterol, which is a lot compared to most other foods.

However, it has been proven, time and time again, that eggs and dietary cholesterol do NOT adversely affect cholesterol levels in the blood.

In fact, eggs raise HDL (the good) cholesterol. They also change LDL cholesterol from small, dense LDL (which is bad) to large LDL, which is benign.

A new meta-analysis published in 2013 looked at 17 prospective studies on egg consumption and health. They discovered that eggs had no association with either heart disease or stroke in otherwise healthy people.

This isn’t new data. Multiple older studies have led to the same conclusion.

Bottom Line: Despite the fear mongering of the past few decades, eating eggs and cholesterol has no association whatsoever with heart disease.

We talk about this in my biology classes all the time! Don’t be misinformed about how awesome food can be!