Showing posts from January, 2014

Qrunch Foods Review

Qrunch Foods sent us some Quinoa Burgers to review. (My phone messed up and had to get it fixed so I lost the first couple pics, unfortunately) Here's some info from their website: My business partner and co-founder of the company, Brad Holley, is a classically trained chef. I’m a former restaurant marketing executive. Brad’s daughter is gluten-intolerant, and so is my wife. We knew from their experience that finding tasty, convenient gluten-free products could be frustrating. And we wondered why food that was “good for you” tasted so tasteless. It seemed to us that “gluten-free” had become associated with anything free of good flavors and “vegan” was simply thought of us as “yuck.” We knew it didn’t have to be that way. So, we began tasting and experimenting with organic grains, produce, spices and other ingredients with the goal of incorporating them into something we’d want to eat ourselves—more important, offer our loved ones. But we didn’t take the usua…

Go Vida Freeze Dried Fruit Review

GoVida Foods sent us some freeze dried fruit to review!  Unfortunately, my phone messed up and I had to take it to the store to fix it, so my photos were deleted! :( But, I found this awesome pic from their website!
Our Review: 10/10! These snacks were incredibly delicious! We loved the fact that they were JUST PURE FRUIT, and full of antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins! Our favorite flavor was the Strawberry with Dulche de Leche. TALK ABOUT HEALTHY INDULGENCE!!! It was like eating a dessert! SO GOOD! We enjoyed the other flavors as well. They were a perfect after dinner snack!

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Life Update: Jared made it on the Web.Com Tour!!!

It's been a while since we updated the blog about what's going on in our life! 
Last month, Jared and I went to California so he could play in the FINAL stage of the Web.Com Tour Q-School! 

I was SO THANKFUL that I was able to take off from work and be there with him EVERY step of the way! 
The first few days, he played practice rounds. The weather was a little chilly at first, but the last few days it was WARM, which I absolutely LOVED!!!

He played at two courses, and they were both BEAUTIFUL! The scenery was UNREAL.
He was able to get his clubs fixed inside the TaylorMade trailer and was blessed with new golf balls to use for the tournament!

I REALLY learned a lot about what went on during tournaments and I'm so thankful because it helped me get a better understanding of what Jared goes through. It's a LOT to learn, but I'm doing my best and I have come a LONG WAY, that's for sure! 
We took some pics during the practice rounds, because there was no phot…

Core Power Review and Fit Kit GIVEAWAY

Core Power sent us a Fit Kit to review and host a giveaway! 

Here's some info about Core Power: Milk is one of the best sources of protein, helping to build lean muscle and recharge the body when consumed directly after physical activity. Core Power is the real-milk based sports recovery drink and contains natural whey and casein proteins found in milk - never removed from their original liquid state. The brand features simple ingredients and great taste, without a chalky texture. You can also check out the website for recipes!
Now available nationally, Core Power was recently named the “Official Protein Drink of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.”
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Review: 10/10!
We enjoyed ALL of the flavors! They were very rich and creamy. Milkshake immediately came to our minds as we were drinking them. YUM!

We enjoyed the Fit Kit as well. The yoga mat and ball were perfect for at home workouts when we cou…

Active D'Lites Review

Active D'Lites sent us some of their chocolates to review!  Here is a little info about them first: Active D’Lites contain premium probiotics and prebiotics which are stable, clinically-documented, and demonstrate proven efficacy in strengthening gut health and boosting immunity. All Active D’Lites products are also non-GMO, low carb and have no sugar added (they are sweetened with stevia).Active D’Lites DailyBites are 50 calories each, contain 20 billion probiotics and have 3g of total fiber.Active D’Lites Bars are 100 calories each, contain 10 billion probiotics and have 7 to 9g of total fiber.
********************************************** Jared's Review:11 out of 10!!!
These little chocolate bites are unreal!! They taste amazing.  By far my favorite is the caramel.  Coconut is a close second to the caramel one though. They are spot on with the taste that chocolate needs to be. They are packed with probiotics which is really cool.  Great little snack or treat when you have t…

Eat Well Enjoy Life Hummus Review

Eat Well Enjoy Life Hummus sent us some coupons to review!  Here's some info about the company from their website: For those of us committed to improving our diets in small, manageable ways, Eat Well Enjoy Life delivers innovation in hummus flavors made from a wide range of different beans, including Edamame, White Bean, Black Bean, Red Lentil and Yellow Lentil. Eat Well and Enjoy Life is making it easy and delicious for you to get more protein, fiber and healthy fat in your diet. All of our products are gluten free, kosher, and cholesterol free. Look for our groovy striped lids that jump off the shelf, creating excitement and anticipation.

**************************************************** Jared's Review: (Sorry I forgot to snap a pic. I was too excited to eat them that I forgot!)
These two flavors of hummus were very good. I just started liking hummus not too long ago and all I've had is the chick pea kind. I liked the white bean a little better then the chick pea. It'…

Stonyfield Yogurt Review

Stonyfield yogurt was kind enough to send us some coupons to try their products and review!  Here's some info the company sent: A recent study from Stonyfield organic yogurt and Lindberg International found that 71 percent of Americans are worried about pesticides in their food and almost three out of four respondents (74%) would like to eat food produced with fewer pesticides. With so many people expressing a desire to avoid these chemicals, the study found a good deal of confusion when it comes to food labels, the best way to know if pesticides are used in the production process. In particular, confusion arises when comparing the buzz term “natural” to the USDA Certified Organic seal. In fact, more than half (56%) of respondents incorrectly identified organic attributes such as “made without the use of toxic persistent pesticides” and “made without the use of synthetic hormones” to products labeled natural. This year marks Stonyfield organic yogurt’s 30th year in business …