Make Your Snack Bar Into Dessert with These Peanut Crunch Brownies

Make Your Snack Bar Into Dessert with These Peanut Crunch Brownies

With the release of Quest Snack Bars, we’re giving our fans an easy and rewarding way to fill the snacking occasion with something sweet and craveable. But what about when you’re home and have a hankering for some brownies? We’ve got you covered, because you can transform the Peanut Chocolate Crunch Snack Bar into a dessert for everyone. Find out how below.   NUTRITIONAL INFO PEANUT CRUNCH BROWNIES Yields: 16 Servings |  Serving Size: 1/16th of pan Calories: 70 | Protein: 3g  | Fat: 3g | Net Carb: 4g  Total Carb: 7g  Prep Time:  20 | Cook Time: 10-12 | Total Time: ~ 35-40 minutes Ingredients PEANUT CRUNCH BROWNIES 1 scoop Quest Chocolate Milkshake Protein Powder 1 Quest Peanut Chocolate Crunch Snack Bar 1/4 cup almond flour 2 tbsp oat flour 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 cup zero cal sweetener 1/8 tsp salt 1 egg 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce 1 tsp vanilla extract Method Preheat the oven to 350... Read More
Indoor activities that burn the most calories

Indoor activities that burn the most calories

You don’t need to sweating through vigorous at-home exercises to burn calories. Some of the everyday activities you’re doing in self-isolation may still be helping you stay active.  Even if you are managing a daily workout during isolation, chances are that your NEAT is far lower than usual. NEAT stands for ‘non-exercise activity thermogenesis’ and it refers to energy expended when you’re not sleeping, eating or exercising. Ways you typically boost your NEAT might include walking around the shopping centre, hiking with your mates or playing with your kids at the park. Sadly, these are off the cards for now, but there are some activities you can do at home that will boost your NEAT and burn extra calories. Like what you see? Sign up to our bodyandsoul.com.au newsletter for more stories like this. Dancing It doesn’t look like we’ll be going out dancing any time soon so why not... Read More
How to Choose The Best Lubricant For Menopause Dryness

How to Choose The Best Lubricant For Menopause Dryness

In menopause, there is a decrease in the synthesis of sex hormones, which affects the mechanism of natural lubrication. This is displayed on the general condition of the vaginal mucosa, causing dryness. Prolonged dryness provokes the development of irritation, with which artificial lubrication helps cope. The best lubricant for menopause dryness restores the mucous membrane, beneficially affecting the maintenance of the vaginal microflora. Causes of Vaginal Dryness During Menopause During the period of attenuation of the reproductive system, a decrease in the production of sex hormones is noted. This is a key reason why vaginal dryness develops. Natural lubrication becomes less dense and plentiful, which causes the mucous membrane to dry out. This is fraught with the development of microtraumas and the attachment of a bacterial infection. The lack of lubrication causes a lot of inconveniences not only during intercourse but also in everyday life. Against the background of natural... Read More