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Hello Everyone!

I'm Kate, the Marketing Director here at Kulae!  I'm excited to announce a new blog segment, "Kate does Chatarunga" where I'll be going around to Boston studios trying out their yoga and fitness classes and talking about them here on the blog.  Here at Kulae, we want to bring some exposure to all the wonderful boutique studios around Boston in the spirit of our #KarmasReal mantra.  I hope you enjoy the posts and are inspired to go out and try some new locations yourself!  

First up, Core Fusion Yoga accompanied by the Grass Gypsys at Exhale Spa in the Back Bay.

Last week was a bit of a doozy.  I had gotten back from my bachelorette party in Ann Arbor (my alma mater was U of M so we decided to go to a football game and re-live the good ol days) and was feeling a little under the weather because, well, my body just can't handle college extracurricular activities like it used to.  I decided to give myself a little break from my daily pre-wedding workouts and took a few days off.  Going to Exhale on Thursday snapped me back into my routine.  

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10/01/2015 was at one point one of "those" 4 letter words.

When most people hear this word they think only about Starchy Carbs: crackers, pastas and bread. BUT all veggies, fruits and even legumes fall into the carb category. AND carbs are our friends!! There was a huge low carb fad for a while where people ate very carb restricted diets in hopes to lose weight. I am not saying this type of diet is not good for some people, but when you are participating in an exercise program such as Shape Up you want to be sure you have ample energy.

Carbohydrates provide the body with glucose, which is converted to energy used to support bodily functions and physical activity.  What's most important is the quality of the carbohydrate.

Good quality sources of carbohydrates are unprocessed whole grains, vegetables, fruits and beans. 

This type of carbohydrate promotes good health by delivering vitamins, minerals, fiber, and a host of important phytonutrients. If you are in my Shape Up program refer to the Fruits, Veggies and Starchy Carbs list for more good quality options.

Nutrient Timing

You may be wondering why the timing of the Starchy Carbs is important. In my Shape Up program I suggest the first meal of the day and post workout meals include Starchy Carbs: 

For the morning meal you have just spent 6-8 hours (hopefully you are all getting your beauty sleep) fasting while you were asleep. You need this portion of Starchy Carb to help satiate you, help you feel full and at this point your glucose tolerance is at its highest.

For the post workout meal your body is primed and ready to absorb these nutrients back in for recovery and energy replenishment.

WHY fruits only in the am?? I suggest fruit in the morning only because fruit is made up of both glucose and fructose. The glucose portion is great, it helps fuel the body, its the fructose portion that can be problematic if consumed in a high volume. It can actually lead to increased cravings, increased bacterial growth in your gut and can lead to inflammation among other things. Also, because it is higher in sugar, eating it earlier in the day gives you the time to use it as energy as opposed to storing it as fat.


For more about Meredith's Shape Up program, you can check her out her website!

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I sure do, but I am always hesitant to order this dish because it is so high in carbs and fat.  Some versions have anywhere between 25 gms to 55 gms of fat per serving and (if noodels or rice are used) anywhere between 40 gms to 97 gms of carbohydrates.  

I am always trying to find ways to clean up recipes especially since members of my Shape Up group constantly are looking for new clean dishes.  I came up with the following recipe where I substituted regular peanut butter for Powdered Peanut Butter. If you haven't tried this yet its a MUST!  It is dry roasted peanuts that all the oils and fats are pressed out of.  You can add water to it and make it back into peanut butter or add it to smoothies or pancakes, but back to the matter at hand!  I also substituted Shirataki Noodles for regular rice, noodles or pasta.  Shirataki noodles are gluten and soy free, they have very low carb content (some brands even have less than 1 gm per serving). Give it a whirl and let me know what you think!

Makes 4 servings.
Peanut Sauce:
6 Tbsp. powdered peanut butter (link below for your shopping convenience)
8 oz. low-sodium chicken broth
1/2 Tbsp. sriracha
1 1/2 Tbsp. honey
1 1/2 Tbsp. low-sodium soy sauce
1 tsp. freshly grated ginger
2 tsp. cornstarch

Stir Fry:
1 8oz package of Shirataki Noodles
1 Tbsp. coconut oil
12 oz of chicken breast cut into 2 inch cubes
2 cups broccoli slaw
1 red pepper, sliced
1 cup sugar snap peas
1/4 cup chopped cilantro

1. Make the peanut sauce in a small saucepan, whisking together the powdered peanut butter, chicken broth, sriracha, honey, soy sauce, and ginger. Bring it to a boil, and then reduce the stove to medium-high heat. Sprinkle the cornstarch over the top, and whisk for about five minutes. Once the sauce has reduced enough to thicken, remove from heat. Set aside to prepare the stir fry.
2. Rinse the noodles. In a non-stick skillet sauté until you hear them squeak. Transfer to a plate and set aside.
3. Place a large wok or heavy skillet on the stove on high, and heat the coconut oil. Cook cubed chicken until thoroughly cooked.
4. Add the broccoli, red pepper, snap peas, green onions, and half of the chopped cilantro. Pour about ¼ cup water into the wok or pan, and allow steam for a couple minutes.
5. When the vegetables are tender, add the noodles to the pan. Pour the peanut sauce on top, and toss the ingredients together to coat.
6. Transfer to a serving dish immediately, and garnish with the extra cilantro.

If you are in my Shape Up Program this recipe is 1 Lean Protein and 1 Fat. If you decide to use whole wheat pasta or rice instead of the shirataki noodles then it adds 1 Starchy Carb (of course in the quantity on the portion guide).   Enjoy!!


For more about Meredith's Shape Up program, you can check her out her website!

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I'm in love with my tpECOmat. It outperforms the other brands, weighs less than 2 pounds (so traveling with it is easy), and of course it's biodegradable, recyclable, PVC and Latex-free! - Chandra S.

Yoga Mats & Hot Yoga Mats - Kulae Delivers the Best on the Market!

Kulae manufactures eco-friendly, high-quality yoga mats, hot yoga mats and other yoga accessories.

At Kulae we're on a mission to provide our customers with the most stylish & eco-friendly yoga mat, hot yoga mat, and yoga gear on the planet while truly living by our mantra, "karma's real." Our team works around the clock to ensure that the yoga & fitness experience of our customers is in concert with the world in which we live. The durability, comfort and traction of the our family of mats are second to none, and we're so confident you will love your kulae eco yoga mat that we guarantee your satisfaction 100%. 

kulae hot yoga matAll lines of our tpECOmat™ are 100% biodegradable, 100% recyclable, and contain no PVC, latex, cadmium, lead or rubber (that means no allergies). The majority of our eco-friendly yoga mats are dual layer constructed, providing two color options and two distinct, grippy surfaces for you to choose from - all in one mat. Our eco mats are made of eco-conscious TPE using closed cell technology, which means that bacteria and germs cannot get "trapped" in the mat, as is the case with most natural rubber mats. You will get the grip of a traditional "sticky" mat without the smell, the heavy carrying weight and lingering odors found in traditional rubber/PVC mats. 

Not only have we built the finest yoga mat on the market with our tpECOmat™ family of mats, but we have also created a one-of-a-kind hot yoga mat with our patented Elite Hot Hybrid. Our Elite Hot Hybrid hot yoga mat combines the function and support of a traditional yoga mat with the absorbability of our thirstiest towel. Made of environmentally friendly, ECO PER and Bamboo Microfiber, this mat is free of the 6 most harmful phthalates and is sure to be the standard by which all hot yoga mats are measured.