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Created by two Nutrition and Wellness Experts, U Rock Girl is the one stop for women of all ages for information, products, and services to improve your life and nourish your mind, body, and spirit.
Nothing beats one-pot cooking. Only one pan to cook and clean. You have everything for a complete, balanced, nutritious, and delicious meal done at once. It’s so important to have a few easy recipes, like this yummy, gluten-free Paella, especially on those busy … Continue reading
If school isn’t in session yet, it will be soon. However, the hot summer days are still here. That means it’s time to uncover the grill and get cooking. There’s still time! Do you plan on hosting any back-to-school get-togethers … Continue reading
WHAT ARE THEY? Shirataki noodles are a low-calorie, low-carb Japanese-style noodle. They aren’t made like traditional pasta (durum wheat) or rice noodles. Instead, they are made from konjac flour, which comes from the roots of the yam-like Konjac plant grown … Continue reading
So, the 4th of July is in about a week, and we know what that means – people all over the place will be firing up their grills and having parties. Whether you’re a grilling pro or are just beginning to get your … Continue reading
Times can get rough. We know how important it is to make every dollar count. We hear from so many people, “Eating healthy is so much more expensive.” Actually, we find it to be quite the opposite. If you think … Continue reading
Spring is in the air! It’s a time for longer days and better weather. It’s a time to start getting ready for summer and bathing suit season. And it’s also a time for spring cleaning. Here are some great tips … Continue reading
Have you ever had amazing BBQ? Whether it’s pulled pork, brisket, or ribs, that shredded, tender, moist, falling-off-the-bone quality comes from cooking the meat low and slow. Real masters of the ‘Q cook their meat over very low temperature (200 … Continue reading
If you’re like us, you love your time in the kitchen. It’s so much fun to whip up new recipes and cook large batches of food that can be frozen in smaller portions for later use (our own version of … Continue reading