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  By Allison Frahn   If you’re from the South, or just enjoy Southern cooking, you just might be a fan of cornbread – and for good reason! Cornbread is one of my favorite treats. I’ve gone ahead and lightened the typical dish up by reducing the amount of butter and replacing full fat butter … SEE MORE

  By Naomi Rabon, NW Fitness Team Trainer   If you are like most of my clients – and about 99.9% of the population – … SEE MORE

  By Allison Frahn   What if I told you that these cookies didn’t have eggs and instead used aquafaba. No, that’s not a typo. Aquafaba is the liquid found in canned or cooked chickpeas. When whipped it becomes light and fluffy and mimics the properties of egg whites. No matter how many recipes I … SEE MORE

  By Naomi Rabon, NW Fitness Team Trainer   The hardest part of a fitness program is getting started (or getting re-started). Period. Whether that’s … SEE MORE

  By Allison Frahn   If you’re a fan of the renowned breakfast favorite – Bagels and Lox, then this recipe is going to be … SEE MORE

  By Naomi Rabon, NW Fitness Team Trainer   Spring has sprung! And what better way to shake off that lingering winter funk than to take your fitness outside?   CHASE YOUR BLUES AWAY It’s no secret that the winter blues can affect us all in some way, with frigid temperatures, snow in some areas … SEE MORE

  By Allison Frahn   When you want to have something similar to cake in the morning without someone judging you (and who cares if they do, not your problem) have a muffin! Even better, have a low-fat, no sugar added, protein muffin! These Low-Fat Blueberry Muffins are such a delicious treat that curbs your … SEE MORE

  By Naomi Rabon, NW Fitness Team Trainer   When you think of walking for exercise, you might think of it as something you do when you’re recovering from an injury, or not at your 100% best, or a form of exercise for people who aren’t incredibly fit, or are out of shape, are older … SEE MORE

  By Allison Frahn   If you have never had couscous, the best way to explain it is like a marriage of pasta and rice. … SEE MORE