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by Kettlebell Country Girl on Jun 13th 2017

When I was growing up as a young girl in Poland I always looked forward to berry picking in the summer time.  Around our farm we were surrounded by a forest which had various types of wild berries growing everywhere.  These were sweet, juicy, and organic berries that were much different than the ones we have at the store  With...

by Kettlebell Country Girl on Jan 19th 2017

A lot of people think of seeds as just toppings that go on top of foods and snacks. But these little guys pack a nutritious punch that will greatly benefit your diet. Here are 6 amazing seeds with impressive health benefits you should add to your next meal. 1.Chia Seeds: Chia seeds are a concentrated food containing healthy omega-3...

by Kettlebell Country Girl on Jun 16th 2016

Bring this refreshing Watermelon Salad to your next BBQ! Watermelon, goat cheese and mint delicious salad Ingredients: 4 cups of scooped watermelon 1/2 cup of goat cheese 1/2 cup of chopped mint 1 Tbsp of Balsamic Juice from one lemon or lime Makes 4 servings Use melon scoop to scoop out the watermelon Mix with cheese and mint,...

by Kettlebell Country Girl on Jun 10th 2016

I tried this delicious spring salad a couple of weeks ago at the local supermarket and I finally got a chance to make it this weekend. You can add any vegetables and mixed greens you want, try it as a lunch or a side dish for dinner. It is so delicious, simple and easy to make, Enjoy! Ingredients 2 cups of garbanzo beans* 1 cup...

by Kettlebell Country Girl on Dec 13th 2015

The avocado is a delicious fruit that has gained a lot of popularity in the United States in the past 15 years.  It is filled with healthy fats that allow it to have powerful beneficial effects when consumed. Below are my favorite three ways to prepare avocado into a quick and healthy snack.  You can follow these or make your own....

by Kettlebell Country Girl on Nov 6th 2015

A couple of weeks ago I found this recipe on (http://www.gimmesomeoven.com/no-bake-energy-bites/) and tried my own version adding 1/4 of pecans and cranberries, and reducing the sugar by half. You can have them as a snack, before a workout or as a post-workout snack. I brought them to my studio (for tasting purposes) and everybody...