Jan 18, 2016
Inspired by fried rice, this QUINOA recipe adds protein and fiber to your meal. Rice is a common starch for those on a Gluten Free diet, but one has to be careful not to eat too much of one item in order to fuel their body with a variety of nutrients. This recipe is a ...[read more]
Oct 01, 2015
Beans are a great source of protein. I enjoy experimenting with different beans to bring variety into my diet. Yellow Eye Beans are high in dietary fiber and iron, low in sodium, and contain no sugar, saturated fat, or cholesterol. One cup of Yellow Eye Beans (boiled) is approximately 250 calories. This recipe can be ...[read more]
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As the president and founder of YogaFit©, Inc., the largest yoga school in the world, Beth is recognized as one of the leading experts in the fields of “mind-body fitness," health, and nutrition, and is a recognized anger management specialist. Beth is the entrepreneurial innovator behind many fitness trends including YogaFit Sweat, YogaLean, and the popular YogaButt. A life-long student of fitness, psychology, philosophy, spirituality, and health, Beth is committed to helping people find their own perfect health‚ physically and mentally. An EYRT, she has spent time in India and Asia studying yoga and holds numerous certificates in fitness disciplines, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration & Nutrition. She has also been a trained yoga therapist since 1994. Learn more about Beth at BethShaw.com.