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The Fit Moms are Dani & Pam. We met through a common interest in running and quickly relaized that we share a passion for health, fitness, & family. We are passionate about our role as mom and we strive to be a role model for not only our children and famiy, but to all moms out there. Our... Full Bio
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EYWIP WEEK 14: Fruit infused flavored water recipes by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Two weeks left! How are you feeling? What do you think of the slow approach to changing your diet? If you missed my older posts on why alcohol is not helping you towards ... Read on »
EYWIP WEEK 15: How to Reintroduce Eliminated Foods by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living   Here we are in the final week of our Ease Your Way into Paleo plan. During this last week you are to eliminate all alcoholic beverages. Although this is your final ... Read on »
EYWIP Week 4: Cut dairy to 3 servings a week. by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living EYWIP WEEK 4: REDUCE DAIRY CONSUMPTION TO 3X’S/WEEK. So this week you need to start to reduce your dairy consumption. In my original post from last summer I go into ... Read on »
EYWIP Week 5-Coconut Milk Yogurt & Granola by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living How did last week go with the reduction in dairy? Was it as hard as you thought? Did you make my coffee creamer ? I found some grass-fed whole milk yogurt at Wegman’s las ... Read on »
EYWIP Week 6: Let’s talk about dairy. by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living EYWIP WEEK 6: ELIMINATE ALL DAIRY Here we are starting the first week with no grains and no dairy. I hope the past few posts with dairy alternatives have ... Read on »
Falling Prey to Sneaky Sugar-are you guilty? EYWIP Week 7 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living EYWIP WEEK 7: REDUCE ADDED SUGAR CONSUMPTION TO 3 SERVINGS A WEEK Welcome to the first of week of beginning to slay the sugar dragon! In my original post f ... Read on »
Fast & Easy- How dinner should be! Fisherman’s Stew by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I love all kinds of seafood. I grew up eating fish and shellfish from an early age.  I have fond memories of “quahogging” with my family as a child. We would take my grand ... Read on »
Featured in Paleo Living Magazine! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living A few months back I was contacted by the folks at Paleo Living Magazine asking if I’d allow them to feature one of my receipes in an upcoming edition of their magazine. It ... Read on »
Fig-Onion Relish by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This past summer, I saw the most beautiful figs at the market and needed them—mostly because they were so beautiful. And, if you haven’t already figured it out I’m kind of a ... Read on »
Fit Moms turns 1! Summer slim down challenge details inside. by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living In case you missed Dani’s recent post about our 1st blogaversary, I wanted to give you the link again here . We have designed our first ever “summer slim down” fitness & n ... Read on »
Found–My Love of The Run–Thanks Nuun! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I have talked a little bit recently about how I kind of lost my motivation .  And while I do think potential adrenal fatigue was the ultimate culprit, I think more of the ... Read on »
Full Plate Guest Blogger: Kristina from Crumple + Toss. No excuses! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s been a while since we’ve had a guest blogger on our Full Plate Series.   Since the New Year is around the corner, I thought there would be no better ... Read on »
Full Plate Mom: Nicole from Running While Mommy! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s been a while since we have done a Full Plate Mom Friday post…what better way to start it back up than with my friend and fellow Team Tough Chick Member, Sweat Pink Am ... Read on »
Full Plate Mom: Stephanie from Naturally Mindful by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I’m really excited to be re-introducing our Full Plate Mom Series–where we feature women who are striving to balance all the daily challenges of life, while focu ... Read on »
Garden Overflow of Basil? Make Paleo Pesto! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I know a recipe is good when at least one of my kids will eat it…without ketchup. I have a love hate relationship with ketchup. I don’t personally like it and I don’t real ... Read on »
Garden overflow of zucchini? Make paleo 2 bite brownies! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living So what do you do when you have an abundance of zucchini from the garden, you’re sick of regular zucchini bread and you already have a freezer stash of paleo lasagna ? You ... Read on »
Giveaway Time — Are You Following Our Page? by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Have you noticed the new layout to the blog? Do you like it? We decided that in order to take the blog to the next level we needed to move to a self-hosted site. This move ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Reeseio Bars by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living My kids are not big cake or cupcake fans. Sometimes they eat them; most times they just lick the frosting off and toss out the cake after having only had a few bites. It g ... Read on »
Go RED for Women: How Heart Disease has Impacted My Life by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Today, I am wearing red.  I am wearing red in honor of National Go Red for Women Day , part of The American Heart Association’s February Heart Month.   I am wearing ... Read on »
Grocery Shopping for Whole30 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living The typical comment I hear when someone finds out that I don’t eat grains is “what do you eat?” I think it’s sad and a bit funny that to some, the idea of food is pasta, b ... Read on »