Make your own Fitness Bowl and gain more Energy
Perfect Fitness bowl in 6 easy steps. Learn the benefits and how to make your own healthy fitness bowl.
Dealing with cravings for chocolate or junk food?
I know the feeling!
Nothing satisfies until you get that fat burger or that chocolate. And all that health food won’t calm your hunger.
BUT there is a solution.
I recently tried to combine all these 6 ingredients to make a power fitness bowl when I was tempted to drive through chick-fil-a and just grab that burger.
And you know what?
It worked. It actually gave me energy, calmed the hunger and satisfied me for 4,5 hours. That is amazing, especially because I worked out that day and get really hungry.
Benefits of a Fitness Bowl
Oatmeal is the perfect base for your fitness bowl because it provides fiber and protein, yet it contains a low level of fat. It stabilizes your blood sugar level and stops your cravings.
The fruits will add the necessary vitamins, increase your emotional well being, boost immunity and help lose weight. Nuts contain omega-3 fatty acids, minerals, protein and provide energy.
Honey also balances your blood sugar level and acts anti-bacterial. With eating a Energy or Fitness Bowl you gain these benefits:
- great nutrition
- stabilize blood sugar level
- fight cravings
- help lose weight
- boost immunity
- great source of minerals, protein and fiber
- feel more energized throughout the day
I eat a Fitness Bowl every morning with my toddler and it never gets boring. You can switch up the liquid, the fruits and all the other toppings.
NOTE: If you are trying to lose weight, leave the dried fruits out of your Fitness Bowl, since they are high in calories. You can use more fresh fruits instead.
How to make a Fitness Bowl
For the recipe part I will list all the ingredients of my favorite Fitness Bowl. You can switch up the ingredients and feel free to use your desired amount. Try the recipe now or PIN IT FOR LATER.
- whole grain oats (or cheerios,..)
- liquid (water, milk, nutmilk,..)
- fresh fruits
- dried fruits
- nuts/seeds (chia, flex, walnuts, almonds,…)
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