When you have exercise bulimia, everything you eat turns into an equation. You want a cappuccino and banana for breakfast? That'll be 150 calories for the cappuccino, plus 100 for the banana, for a total of 250 calories. And to burn it off, that'll be approximately 25 minutes on the treadmill. If someone brings cupcakes to the office, you'll cancel whatever plans you had after work in favor of the gym (you're looking at an extra 45 minutes of cardio), and the thought of missing a workout or eating a meal you couldn't work off is practically crippling.
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You've seen them in infographics on Pinterest, reposted on Instagram, shared on Facebook, and in the trending hashtags on Twitter—the newest fitness craze is the 30-day challenge, and it's helping everyone from fitness buffs to newbies crush their goals.
The list of "superfoods" and their purported benefits has gotten so long that it's difficult to know which you should really stock up on and why. (I mean, what exactly is Soylent? And check out 10 Superfoods You Don't Really Need to Buy—We're Looking at You, Wheatgrass!) So when a simple, science-backed superfood starts gaining some buzz, we get pretty excited.
This light and refreshing fruity dessert tastes like the tropics.
Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse
Silken tofu is the secret to making this vegan mousse thick and creamy.
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