20-Minute Applesauce Cookies

Guilt-free, nutritious and tasty cookies for Tasty Tuesday!

Indulge your inner cookie monster with PGX and this healthy recipe!

Have you ever been hit with a serious cookie craving? Silly question. I’m sure at some point in our lives and at least once, we’ve all craved cookies or something along those lines of sugary goodness! Well I have big plans to indulge this particular craving in the healthiest way I possible! Shape Magazine has shared a quick and tasty recipe that won’t make your waist line grow!

This cookie recipe will let you enjoy delicious, sugar-free treats that are packed with healthy ingredients like flax! By adding PGX Daily Singles (try 2.5 to 5 grams of PGX granules= 1-2 sticks), you can give these cookies a kick of fibre!

20-Minute Applesauce Cookies!


3 ripe bananas
2 c. rolled oats
1/3 c. applesauce
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tbsp. ground flax
1/2 c. dried cherries

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Using a fork, mash the bananas in a bowl. Stir in oats, applesauce, dried cherries, flax and vanilla extract. Mix batter well. Drop by rounded spoonfuls onto a lined cookie sheet. Bake for 20 minutes.

Makes 36 cookies



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Recipe: Creamy Chocolate Mid-Day Shake

Try this delicious Creamy Chocolate Mid-Day Shake with PGX SatisFast from nutritionist, Kristin Metvedt, RHN!

Figuring out the right ingredients to add to your protein shakes can be a tricky business. So, we went to our friend, nutritionist, Kristin Metvedt, to help us come up with some great PGX SatisFast smoothie recipes.

Our first recipe, includes our new Double Chocolate flavour. If you’ve only tried this new flavour with water, give it another shot with Kristin’s delicious recipe below!

Wise words from Krsitin: “Raw cacao bean powder provides minerals; magnesium, potassium and zinc. Raw agave nectar is sweeter than sugar and rates as low glycemic.”


  • 375 ml cold water
  • 1 scoop PGX SatisFast Rich Chocolate
  • ? avocado
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon (or a pinch to taste)
  • 1 tbsp Cacao powder, unsweetened
  • 1 tsp Agave syrup to sweeten


Measure out liquid into a blender cup and blend all ingredients until smooth. Quick, simple and easy!

Be sure to drink an additional glass of water (375-500 ml) after taking PGX.

Nutritional Information:

  • 212 calories
  • 16 g fat
  • 20 g carbs (12g fibre, 5 g sugar)
  • 16 g protein
  • 227 mg sodium
  • 525 mg potassium

Have questions for Kristin? Ask her here!



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Top 10 Ways to Use PGX Daily Singles

It’s Tasty Tuesday and we’re telling you all about the Top 10 Ways to use & enjoy PGX Daily Singles!

If you have yet to try out webber naturals’ PGX Dialy Singles, there’s no time like the present! Not to mention that it’s your lucky day if you’re already a fan…because, boy, do we ever have a deal for you! From now until November, look for your BONUS pack of PGX Daily Singles when buying webber naturals’ PGX Daily products at your local pharmacy or grocery store.

For those of you who are unsure how to use PGX Daily Singles, or are looking for some new ways to enjoy it, below are the Top 10 Ways that we suggest to use them. Enjoy!

Top 10 Ways to Use PGX Daily Singles:

  1. Mixed in water, 100% tomato juice or fruit juice
  2. Blended in a smoothie or meal replacement drink
  3. Stirred into applesauce or a fruit cup
  4. Mixed with yogurt
  5. Sprinkled on cold or hot cereal
  6. Stirred into soup and stews
  7. Mixed into mashed potatoes or rice
  8. Stirred into chili
  9. Sprinkled on pasta sauce (as your would parmesan cheese)
  10. Sprinkled onto the spread of a sandwich

In need of some fresh new recipes to try out your BONUS PGX Daily Singles with? Check out these great recipes from our friends at webber naturals.

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At the Gym: Technique & Results

Welcome back to Weight-Wise Wednesday with a look at proper fitness technique at the gym!

PGX takes a look at how doing an exercise with the correct form could make all the difference to the outcome of your routine.

We’ve all been there. You’re eating well, you’re fitting in regular exercise sessions but for some reason, your workout routine is just not working for you. Chances are, a small mistake, such as not taking a long enough rest period, as explained by shape.com, is coming between all your hard work and the results you derserve! So, let’s master those moves!

Shape.com’s list includes:

  • Proper posture on cardio machines
  • How to correctly execute sit-ups on an exercise ball
  • Working on your core to improve your form in all areas of your workout
  • Proper kettleball technique

All it takes are a few tiny adjustments to your form. So, adjust, apply and get out there PGX’ers and show those exercises who’s boss!


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PGX and Colour Psychology

PGX Investigates Colour Psychology and Your Well Being

Can the colour of your home affect your efforts for healthy living?

You may be surprised to discover that the colours you surround yourself with may have an affect on your health and well being. Usually we pick the colours of our home based on personal preference, but now colour experts believe that hues of our homes can have an effect on our emotions.

So how does this relate to making healthy choices and keeping fit? Our emotions have a lot to do with the choices we make. If the colour of your kitchen or the gym walls can help you choose healthy snacks and run that extra mile, then why not give yourself that extra help?! Read on to get a taste of what colour can do for us!

Blue is a colour of calm, promoting physical and mental relaxation. What comes to mind when you think of blue? Blue skies and beach getaways? When you are stress free, your fitness efforts will always be more effective.

Yellow is a bright and cheerful hue that has often affected people in a positive way. It has been shown to help people with better decision-making and adopting a positive attitude. Positivity, however attained, goes a long way in helping us achieve our fitness and health goals. Like yellow, orange is considered to be one of those “happy” colours as well.

Red is a vibrant and stimulating hue associated with energy and activity. It can be a strong colour for your walls that is very well suited to spaces of movement like the stairwell, hallways or the exercise room! A splash of red might give you more of boost than you realize!

Green (my personal favourite) is the colour of nature, relaxation and wellness. Greens of various shades can be inspire calmness or in it’s lighter tones, create an atmosphere of lightness and joy! Whatever shade it is green can bring back a touch of nature and often has positive effect on your mood, which can mean the world of difference to your health.

Making healthy choices can be challenging at times. Positivity and inspiration can make or break a healthy lifestyle. You may not even notice how the colours around you affect your mood, but if yellow in a kitchen can inspire a rush of positivity or if that red exercise ball can get you pumped for your workout, why not surround yourself with mood-lifting colour?!

Want to know more about colour psychology? Visit Pittsburgh Paints’ Voice of Color.


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