Hi there! I've been keeping you in mind all week as I was recording my meals with the idea of sharing them with you here! I personally have a solid appetite and love to eat. I don't quite get those people that "forget to eat". Huh?? lolololol The meal above is my 'typical meal'. I've got some videos below but the above is one of my super simple dinner's of turkey burger, roasted brussel sprouts, and japanese sweet potato. If you haven't tried the JSP, you are in for a treat!!
I'm kind of obsessed with my breakfast smoothie. I'm also obsessed with creating the healthiest body I can while loving my diet. I feel like I've mastered eating super nutrient dense meals that are fast, simple, AND tasty!! My husband tells me so too :))) Side note...I have hypothyroid and eat gluten and dairy free!! There are a bazillion ways to make a smoothie but let's not forget the MOST important macro nutrient we must get in our meals, especially breakfast, protein. It'
I was just thinking about how I used to binge eat. Not to say that I haven’t over-eaten but over eating when you are alone is a whole other kind of eating. Surface thoughts were around boredom. I would call it entertainment. It’s funny how the mind will justify things so that we don’t recognize the abuse that’s really going on within. I knew it wasn’t good for me. I’d say funny comments to myself about the bag of tortilla chips leaving the house in my tummy vs the garbage can
First let me start by saying that there is nothing wrong with counting calories or not counting calories. I think everyone needs to do what works for them! The key is to do what works. If something isn't working, change your approach. I decided to break up with My Fitness Pal (a free calorie/food tracking app) about 2 months ago. I counted my calories for over a year and maybe even up to 2 years. We had a long, good relationship. I actually enjoyed it most of the time. I like
Are you still looking for the next diet plan to get the weight off and keep it off? Unfortunately, diets are usually short term solutions that end up backfiring, leaving you only to look for the next diet plan. The secret is, this is a lifestyle. Unfortunately you've been marketed into believing that you need a secret plan that eliminates a food group or involves drinking shakes all day. You already know, that is not sustainable! This is a lifestyle. Period! It means wrapping
Dieting is hard, right?! Under eating for an extended period of time is almost my least favorite thing to do. But, if you know which foods to choose, you can make losing weight almost effortless. I say almost because let's face it, it's still work. Studies show that the average American only gets 12 grams of fiber per day. We are supposed to be getting upwards of 25 grams per day...minimum!! Fiber puts the brakes on stomach emptying which allows you to stay fuller, longer. It