We’re back with a second edition of “20 Songs to Stay Energized.” Here you’ll find a fine-tuned selection of song to wake you up and keep you running throughout your day. Dance all day and stay energized fam.
At Eat Your Coffee, we’ve been fortunate enough to have a remote work culture for a little over a year now. We've put together a list of work from home essentials, nice-to-haves, ad sparks of joy to help in the transition from conventional to remote work.
Coronavirusis likely going to be one of the hottest topics of the century and sure to make its mark in our history books. Whether you’re the type of person to stock up immediately on quarantine essentials,hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and pantry items just in case, or someone who’s decided to use this as an opportunity to book some cheap flights, we’ve all been reading and hearing aboutCOVID-19and the huge role it’s playing in our everyday lives.
The most dangerous mountaintops across the world are also the backdrops for some of the most incredible landscapes humans have ever seen. And most people won’t get to see them -- at least not in person. Only a small group of courageous, adventure-seeking climbers will get to experience these sights, whether it takes free soloing up a granite cliff or free climbing across the face of a mountain.
Ever wondered which butter is better? When it comes to nut butter, everyone has their favorite: the loyal peanut butter groupies, the sunflower seed gang -- the list goes on. We decided to take a look at the most popular nut butter on the market to see which one speaks our language.
You’ve heard of it, you’ve questioned it, and now you want to learn more: does it work? What can you eat -- and what can’t you eat? What the heck is a ketone? Do I need to give up coffee? Read on for the answers to your burning keto questions.
Allulose is a low-calorie sugar with the same sweet taste that you’d expect from sugar. This sugar is a very new ingredient found in figs, raisins, maple syrup, and brown sugar, and is becoming increasingly popular in keto snacks. Allulose is considered amonosaccharide, or simple sugar, and is absorbed by the body, but not metabolized so it is nearly calorie-free!
Interested in starting the keto diet or looking for some brand new keto-friendly recipes to implement into your routine? You’re in luck! Keto is a growing, trendy diet that replaces carbs with fats and protein and is said to quickly burn fat, aid in weight loss, and to help certain medical conditions such as epilepsy. It is actually very easy to make common recipes keto-friendly, and what better meal to start with than the most important meal of the day: breakfast!
Foods like meat, eggs, and cheese contain most of the protein that you will eat on the keto diet. However, various nuts and keto nut butter are a great, quick source of healthy fat that is imperative for this diet. Who doesn’t love a diet where nut butter is on the menu?! Some keto-friendly nuts include almonds, hazelnuts, and cashews. All of these nuts can be made into keto nut butter.
Over the last year or two, the word “keto” has popped up everywhere you look. Grocery stores, doctors' offices, gyms, and especially on the internet. What’s the deal?! The term keto refers to the ketogenic diet: a low-carb, high-fat diet similar to theAtkins diet. Keto limits your carbohydrate intake to less than 50 grams a day. After 3-4 days, your body will likely be in a state ofketosis, a metabolic state that uses fat as the main source of fuel.
Now that summer has officially come to an end, many athletes are headed indoors to begin putting on weight and muscle. This time of year is known as the“bulking season.”There are many reasons why athletes choose to bulk up during fall and winter.
Whether you’re new to bulking or haven’t done it in a few years, it can be quite confusing. To help you get started, we have developed a list of our top 5 tips on how to effectively bulk during this fall and winter season.