Fit By February

... a fitspo journey

  • 22nd April
    2014
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piecesinprogress:

I was happily surprised when I worked out the nutrition on this recipe. The serving size is big and the dish is so filling but there’s still plenty of room to add more veggies or proteins to customize this to be exactly what you want! The trick that makes this rice so delicious is that it’s cooked almost like risotto where instead of boiling it in water, it’s cooking in and absorbing flavorful tomato, onions & garlic! I used my favorite chipotle seasoning (Chorizo blend from Williams Sonoma) blend but you could also just use a packet seasoning or your own mix.

Here’s some other great healthy additions:

  • Vegan: avocado, green beans, peppers/ chilies (fresh or dried), pinto beans, okra, carrots, spinach, kale, even mango or grilled pineapple!
  • Vegetarian: cheddar/ light cheddar, low fat sour cream (or greek yogurt), queso sauce, egg whites/ scrambled eggs, vegetarian “meats”
  • Carnivore: grilled chicken, shrimp, grilled turkey, lean ground meat
  • You could also try wrapping this up in large romaine leaves for fantastic lettuce wraps!

For more easy healthy meal ideas go here!

  • 12th April
    2014
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  • 8th April
    2014
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unskinny:

Not really a superhero pose, but this is the first two piece either of us has ever bought. We’re both kind of new to body positivity and loving our bodies, but it’s been a fulfilling journey so far!

Ok where can I buy that suit on the left?!

unskinny:

Not really a superhero pose, but this is the first two piece either of us has ever bought. We’re both kind of new to body positivity and loving our bodies, but it’s been a fulfilling journey so far!

Ok where can I buy that suit on the left?!

(via size10plz)

  • 6th April
    2014
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    2014
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    2014
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  • 4th April
    2014
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f0urdirtypaws:

"I love fat girls they’re so hot until they don’t fall to their knees in gratitude for my fetishization of them, then they turn into fat ugly bitches who should just be glad anyone looked their way"

(via newenglandheart)

  • 3rd April
    2014
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Imagine a world where meat was good for you , would you eat it?

Asked by: Anonymous

fightingforanimals:

Imagine a world where meat is known to cause disease and illness in humans, results in environmental damage, world hunger, animal abuse and death on a massive scale, deforestation and loss of endangered species, exploitation of human workers, and many more horrible outcomes? Imagine not even needing to eat it?

The difference in our questions is that you don’t have to imagine the kind of world I’m describing.

  • 2nd April
    2014
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