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Lifestyle Dynamic Journey - Honey Mustard Sauce

  Welcome! Here is a simple 4 ingredient honey mustard sauce (could be 5 ingredients if you like some heat). What you will need is the following: - 1/3 cup of Dijon Mustard - 1/4 cup of Honey - 1/4 cup of Mayonnaise (I prefer light mayo for reduced fat and calories) - 1 Tbsp of Lemon Juice Optional - 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper or Use an infused honey instead. I used a honey that has been infused with chillies so it added some heat to it. You have plenty of options out there. Mix and match, try new things out. Let me know how it works for you.

Mountain Biking Accessories

  by   CATRIONA JOHNSTON When you first start out with mountain biking, it can be a bit overwhelming when you walk into a bike store to buy your first mountain bike and see all of the available accessories you'll need when you first start riding.   There are several mountain biking accessories and related products that you can purchase. Although the sales staff will try to sell you anything they can, the real question for those on a budget isn't what's cool, but what accessories you need to make your rides more safe and enjoyable. By starting with these accessories, you'll be just fine when you hit the trails.  Bike helmet The bike helmet is the most important mountain biking accessory that you can buy. No one should ever be on a bike without a helmet. There have been many people who have experienced serious head injury, when it could have prevented by wearing a helmet. All mountain bike helmets are comfortable and stylish and everyone who rides on the trails wears one.

How to Cook Vegetables Correctly

  by   HELEN STEPHENS Cooking is a very sensitive subject, especially when we talk about vegetables. This is because vegetables are very sensitive to heat; therefore, in addition to being a very healthy food, we must know how to cook it properly in order to maximize its nutritional benefits.  If one day you need to cook vegetables, but they have gone bad or you have undergone a long trip to get to the kitchen, we propose some tricks that will help you get a tasty and perfectly cooked dish.  Make it easy Beginners should go for easy dishes if they are new to cooking. On their own, most vegetables taste great, even raw! The best way to make most leafy vegetables, such as kale, taste great is to cook them at a very low temperature for a very short period of time with some olive oil, salt, and garlic. Dressings have a very strong or pungent taste, which can often overpower the slight taste and texture of most vegetables, so they should be used only for the strongest, for example, chard or

Lifestyle Dynamic Journey Exercise Spotlight - Lying leg curl

Start by lying flat on your stomach. Adjust the roller pad so that it rests comfortably a few inches under your calves, just above the heels. Check to make sure the pads aren't too high up on your calves as this can place pressure on your Achilles tendon and reduce your range of motion. Stretch your legs out fully. On an inhale, lightly grasp the support handles on each side of the machine. Lift your feet smoothly as you exhale, keeping your hips firmly on the bench. Inhale as you flex your knees and pull your ankles as close to your buttocks as you can. Hold this position for a beat, allowing yourself to make sure you are focused as you prepare to lower your legs. Inhale fully as you return your feet to starting position in a smooth, slow, controlled movement. Repeat!

How to regain confidence and happiness from deep inside

by   NATALIE BAKER   It is a fact that In contemporary world, women tend to rule more and more. We have everything for it but lots of our precious qualities are hidden inside and covered by the external influences. Shakuntali Siberia, Enlightened woman, Doctor of Psychology, founder of the International Academy of working with subconscious “Gyud”, tells us how to develop self-confidence and power that are slumbering inside each woman.   Self-confident person - who is that? Someone who knows exactly what he/she needs to be happy and who is free enough to achieve that. So, a free and a happy one. We all are born very self-confident, free and with the knowledge that we can rule this world. But the pressure that we experience just right after we land here, take this self-confidence away. It may be caused by the realities and routine of our life or sometimes even by our parents - it doesn’t matter. Anyway, the effects are really devastating.  A little bit of Shakuntali Siberia experience -

Top 10 Chain Restaurants With the Best Gluten-Free Options

  by B re D. (2018) Sometimes it is hard to go out to eat with a restricted diet, but many popular restaurants now make  it easier to go out to eat with gluten-free menus or modifications to your meals. The following restaurants, in my opinion, are the best gluten-free chain restaurants based on the amount of options they have, as well as how they accommodate to both allergies and preferences. These restaurants are located all around the globe, so it makes it easier to try all of the options off of the menu whenever you go out to eat. 1. Noodles and Company One would think Noodles and Company would not be gluten-free because of having "noodles" in the title, but there are multiple tasty options at this restaurant! You can substitute either gluten-free fusilli, Zucchini, or rice noodles many of the popular dishes such as the Penne Rosa, Pesto Cavatappi, Wisconsin Mac & Cheese, and more. In addition to that, many of their salads are gluten-free with select dressings, as wel

Lifestyle Dynamic Journey - Making a versatile Spice Mix

  Check out this simple, yet tasty spice mix. Call it a spice mix, taco mix, or dry rub, this goes with almost anything. I have used it on meat, pork, chicken, and even roasted vegetables. Haven't tried fish, I don't think it would taste that good. If you try it, please let me know. The ingredients are: 4 tbsp Brown Sugar 4 tbsp Paprika 2 tbsp Coarse Salt 1 tbsp Black Pepper 2 tsp Garlic Powder 2 tsp Onion Powder 1 tsp Cumin 1 tsp Coriander *optional ingredient for flavor and heat* 1 tsp Cayenne Pepper (or more if you like heat) Mix it well as brown sugar has a tendency to clump. Store in a tight container or ziplock bag. Enjoy!

No More Excuses for Being Overweight

Success in any endeavor, including health and fitness, begins with the thoughts that you want to attain something.  Your desire needs to be strong enough and clearly defined before you will begin to take action.  Before you begin to successfully lose weight you need to make the necessary changes, and seek out the ways and means to reach your desired goal.  You have to adopt a “no excuse” attitude and stay focused on your goals.   Do these excuses sound familiar?  “If I just had more time, I would be exercising regularly.”  “I tried to eat low-fat today but my kids wanted pizza.”  “Every time I plan to exercise or eat healthy, something always comes up.”  “Eating healthy is too expensive.”  If we continue to blame outside factors, we will continue to get the same results.  Many truly believe these excuses are something totally out of our control preventing us from reaching our goals.  We think that something, or someone else, is responsible. The number one and most important step

Lifestyle Dynamic Journey Exercise Spotlight - Rope Press down - Triceps

  Face high pulley and grasp rope attachment with clinched hands side by side. Elbows remain tight at your sides. Extend arms down. Return until forearm is as close to 90 degrees or parallel with the floor. Keep wrists tight and straight. Repeat. Every motion is controlled and deliberate. Do not "throw weights around".