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Everybody loves chocolate peanut-butter ice cream. But there is a healthy alternative.<br/><br/>Check out the website . It is a very useful website that I mention in this week's podcast episode. NutritionData allows you to gather nutrition labels and very specific information for every food on the planet. Here's a screenshot of one brand of Peanut Butter ice cream:<br/><br/>!|title=peanutbuttericecream|alt=|class=alignnone size-medium wp-image-32|src=!<br/><br/>And that's just 170 grams, which is about 3/4 cup. Not much.<br/><br/>So here's the alternative that you can do yourself at home:<br/><br/>1. Take 1/2 a container of plain low-fat or fat free yogurt (about 60 calories).<br/><br/>2. Add 1/2 a tablespoon of almond butter or peanut butter (50 calories).<br/><br/>3. Add a tablespoon of Hershey's chocolate or Ovaltine OR 1/4 dark chocolate bar for added texture (50 calories).<br/><br/>4. Freeze for 20 minutes and voila! Chocolate-peanut butter frozen yogurt with less than half the calories and far less saturated fat and sugar.<br/><br/>Enjoy your new-found dessert.


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Round and Round

Posted by pacificfit Jul 4, 2008

httpv:// <br/><br/>Round and Round is a workout straight from <br/><br/>Here's how it goes:<br/><br/>1. Do 5 Swing Squats<br/><br/>2. Do 60 seconds cardio (bike, run, jumping jacks, etc.)<br/><br/>3. Do 5 Super Slow Push-ups<br/><br/>4. Do 5 Mountain Climbers per side<br/><br/>5. Do 5 Pull-Ups or Pull-Downs<br/><br/>6. Do 60 more seconds of cardio<br/><br/>Repeat, but add 1-2 repetitions to stations 1, 2, 4, & 7. Check out the video for exercise instructions!


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