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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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Allergy Friendly Sandwich Bread by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Sometimes I feel bad when I make a new paleo recipe because my daughter can’t take it to school with her. The most common substitution for flour in a recipe is almond flou ... Read on »
I Did It! I am a Boston Qualifier! Race Report: Toronto Waterfront Marathon Part 2 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Marathon morning race alarm I woke up right before my alarm on Sunday morning and laid there until it went off.  I had set a special message for myself—reminding m ... Read on »
I Did It! I am a Boston Qualifier! Race Report: Toronto Waterfront Marathon Part 1 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living 3:39:04–I am a Boston Qualifier. The moment was pretty much as I had envisioned it—running across the finish line with my arms raised in the air; screams of raw em ... Read on »
Italian Sausage Kale Soup by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Do you eat kale? Did you know it’s a super food? One of the main criticisms of the paleo diet is that it lacks in calcium. No one bats an eyelash when I say that I don’t d ... Read on »
Bacon Maple Butternut Cream Soup by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I love fall mainly due to the fact that winter squash is in season and available everywhere. I love how versatile it is. Spaghetti squash is a tastier and healthier substi ... Read on »
Why you & your kids need to move more. by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s been a while since my last post. I’ve started up another 1 credit online course for school that has proven to be more work than previous classes. It’s about promoting ... Read on »
Just Breathe…6-days Until Toronto! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s been three weeks of taper since my last true long run of this marathon season.  My long runs begin and end in Riverside, RI along the East Bay Bike Path.  This t ... 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 »
The end of the summer challenge! My 2nd paleoaversary! by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This week marked the beginning of fall.  What better way to start off a new season than with a quick 30 day paleo challenge?! It’s taken us all summer to get here. We took ... Read on »
Marathon Training Update: Brought to you by the Letter B(e) by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Today’s Toronto Waterfront Marathon Training Update is brought to you by the Letter B(e). Merida–she’s one smart cookie! Source Last week, I ran my first eve ... Read on »
Summer Nutrition Challenge: Week 14 (almost done!) by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living REDUCE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION TO EITHER FRIDAY OR SATURDAY. That’s all I have for you this week folks. I’ve already explained why alcohol is not the healthiest for us in ... Read on »
Pumpkin Spice Coconut Coffee Creamer by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I love Starbucks. I love pumpkin. I don’t love paying for Starbucks coffee and they don’t have coconut milk so I am left with 2 options. I either suck up the fact that I w ... Read on »
Mental Hurdles and Training for a BQ by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I’m back (again)…posts have been few and far between from me this spring and summer.  Lots going on in the Fit Dani household—big life changes that have been taking up a l ... Read on »
Summer Nutrition Challenge: Week 13 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living REDUCE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION TO FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY. C’mon don’t act like this one came out of left field or that you’re shocked. We all know that alcohol is nothing ... Read on »
Summer Challenge: Nutrition Week 12 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Eliminate all legumes. Yup, that’s it for this week. Hopefully you have been following our summer series posts and know all the reasons why you should give your body a ... Read on »
Summer Challenge: Nutrition week 11 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Reduce legume consumption to 3 servings a week. As we learned last week , legumes are not the best source of protein as they are predominantly carbohydrate based. This ... 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 »
Summer Challenge: Nutrition week 10 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Substitute nut or seed butter for all peanut products. What’s wrong with peanut butter? Well for starters peanuts are not nuts, they are technically a legume.   ... Read on »
Summer Challenge: Nutrition Week 9 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Eliminate all added sugar from diet. You knew it was coming , it was the next logical step. I made the mistake of looking at the calendar to see how many weeks I h ... Read on »
Summer Challenge: Nutrition week 8 by FitMomsFullPlates Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Reduce added sugar consumption to one serving per week. Yup, one serving…that’s it. You get one splurge this week, and by one splurge I mean one serving. Not an entire ... Read on »