You asked for it! This has been one of my favorites as of late and I’m happy to share with you all the basics of how I prepare it. This recipe takes a little longer than past recipes (one hour) mostly because I use the Instant Pot to prepare the chicken AND brussel sprouts. This recipe could easily be cut down by 15 minutes with … Continue reading Recipe: Pineapple Korean BBQ Chicken with Brussel Sprouts and Brown Rice
Torey here!! Recently, I decided to do the 30-day Water-Only Challenge where I cut out all liquids (including coffee) other than water from my diet. I did eventually cave and allow unsweetened green tea early on to deal with headaches from lack of caffeine, but I was able to stay the course and avoid everything else. This will be the first of many 30-day challenges … Continue reading 30-Day Water-Only Challenge
Hey guys! This recipe is another quick and easy make. The most time consuming part of this is making the pasta. Once you get the steps down you can make x8 meals in under 30 minutes!! Instructions: Pesto pasta. Try to find a whole wheat pasta just to try to replace more simple carbs with more complex ones. Follow the instructions that come with … Continue reading Recipe: Pesto Pasta with Chicken, Feta Cheese, Tomatoes, and Spinach
Hey everyone! While not necessarily the most elaborate meal that we make at Gain’s Anatomy, this recipe is quick, cheap, and EASY! Once you get the process down you can make x6 meals in less than 10 minutes. All it involves is finding the right ingredients and proportioning them to your meal prep containers. I’m a Trader Joe’s regular and the all the ingredients used … Continue reading Recipe: Turkey Meatballs, Asparagus, Brown Rice
Meal prepping can be an easy and effective way to prepare meals for the entire week and can save you a ton of time, money, and allow you to portion control and eat healthier! I’ve gone through a lot of trial and error with my meal prepping and I wanted to share some tips I’ve learned through the process. Check out our video below to … Continue reading Meal-Prep Tips: How to get started!
There is a misconception about what it means to live healthier. Trendy diets and workout routines dominate much of the fitness culture they tend to focus physical appearance and fast results rather than habit modification and maintenance. While yes physical appearance is one result that many of us strive for, it can often be disheartening to hear this from model-esque individuals who do this for a living … Continue reading 10 Healthy Habits for Surviving Medical School