Recipes and Tips!
June 15, 2018 • Nicole Storm
In the last year, my husband and I have become mainly plant-based. At home we do not eat meat or fish and very rarely have dairy in our diet. Mainly vegan, but being that we will eat fish or chicken when we go out to eat we do not label ourselves. People are so obsessed with asking how are you getting protein. Our society has become obsessed with the idea that we need an extreme amount of protein. Meals are being prepared around the protein instead of the veggies. People are used to eating 8 oz of meat for when...
May 18, 2018 • Nicole Storm
Do your homemade dressing seem to be a bit drab? There's a secret to creating the perfect dressing. You want an acid and a savory in every dressing. Lemon Juice with a little oil and honey. Vinegar with garlic and spices. What is your favorite dressing?!
May 11, 2018 • Nicole Storm
Love yourself with a Detox A wonderful client recently sent us this! I have allergies due to autoimmune disorders. Taste Buds by Storm was able to create a tailor-made detox plan. As a result of a two-week detox, my blood work was the best it has been in two years. My doctor said, I don't know what you've been doing, but keep doing it! It was difficult to be disciplined, especially when I had my sugar cravings, but the results made it worth it. I felt great and full of energy every morning. Check out what all the fuss is about...
May 02, 2018 • Nicole Storm
Everyone loves a good protein shake, especially since the weather is getting warm. A nice cold refreshing shake after a hot run. This is my personal favorite go to. Peanut Butter Banana Frozen Protein Shake Ingredients: 8oz: Ripple Chocolate Milk 2oz: Vanilla Almond Milk 1 Frozen banana 1 Tbs. peanut butter 1 Tbs. Cinnamon 2 Scoops Protein Powder Throw all your ingredients in a blender and enjoy!! How do you make your favorite protein shake?
April 27, 2018 • Nicole Storm
Counting calories… the first thing most people turn to when they want to lose weight. The issue with counting calories becomes, you are given 1500 calories for the day, but 700 of those calories are spent on fat, 500 on carbs and 300 on proteins. When one simply counts calories they can spend those calories on any food they want. You could eat candy bars all day and be in your calorie count. You would be hungry and you wouldn’t see results, but it would, in theory, work out. Instead, you should be counting your macronutrient calories....