Ever wondered how everyone so (easily) makes homemade salad dressing?
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Looking for a simple gluten free protein snack?
As I mention in the video below, I have been contacted so much recently from people wondering how to make simple things (yes, everyone has a time budget) that are gluten free, healthy, and full of protein.
I realized recently that this is what I spend all my “free time” doing….concocting simple recipes.
I’m no Martha Stewart, but I eat well and I’m happy to share what I do with all of you! I promise to start making more of these videos to share. But if you have something in particular you are looking for (ie. sick of spending a lot of money on processed salad dressings? –> yes, that recipe is coming, too), contact me!
Note: On the video, I said “Fage.” It’s actually pronounced, “fa-yeh.”
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With just a few steps, I’ll teach you how to make a simple Spaghetti Squash.
I have a Valentine’s Day salad you can love because there is more to Valentine’s Day than overpriced cards, flowers, and desserts. Sometimes.
Make a habit out of understanding hunger vs cravings. They are not the same and by not understanding the differences, you are probably hurting your health/fitness progress and goals.
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Hunger = “I am so hungry I would eat an entire bag of raw, baby carrots.”
Cravings = “I’m full from dinner, but I could really go for a piece of chocolate cake or chocolate-chip cookie or ice cream with hot fudge.”
When you are hungry, choices don’t matter as much. If it’s there, you’ll eat it because your body is screaming, “feed me.”
When you are craving, choices are key. You will not take that bag of raw, baby carrots. They won’t satisfy you.
Knowing yourself and creating a habit of understanding hunger vs cravings will also allow you to perfect portion control and moderation.
This yields the perfect combination: When you are hungry, eat. Feed your body the “goods” it needs. When you are craving, practice portion control and everything-in-moderation. But still feed your body the “goods.”
Read more via Why am I so Hungry?
How much more simple and healthy might your life be if you adopted an 80/20 principle on an organic and clean eating habit?
Well here’s your chance to test it out.
Try it for 7 days.
I bet you’ll continue on for the full 28 to make it a habit. I indulged in this last night with some Organic basil, baked chicken, and quinoa pasta.
p.s. Check out this recipe to get started!
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