Pancakes de avena saludables💞💕😍 Libre de lácteos, aptos para intolerantes al gluten y bajos en azúcar!
✅ ¾ taza de avena integral ( libre de gluten si eres alergico)
✅ 1 banano
✅ ½ taza de leche de almendras
✅ 1 cda de linaza
✅ ½ cudita de polvo de hornear
✅ Vainilla al gusto
✅ Canela al gusto
Stevia al gusto
Ir colocando en una sarten controlando la medida de los pancakes que deseas
Consejo: agrega agua a la mezcla de vez en cuando para homogenizar
Sirve con mantequilla de almendras y miel de maple o de abeja, controla tu ingesta de azúcar max 2 cucharadas de miel.
This food post is so amazing to see from our member Ciao we just had to share🤩
After Ciao experienced our 4-week challenge, and reading articles about fad diets, Ciao’s awareness of her bodies needs was heightened. All Ciao wants to do now is eat more real food instead of processed ones. With a new lens of the way she looks at food, she has the confidence to follow and stick to a healthy lifestyle. Ciao hopes she can make more delicious meals experimenting with new recipes🥰
According to a recent study, a Mediterranean diet, which includes meals built around fruits and vegetables, boosts gut bacteria linked to ‘healthy’ aging, while suppressing microbes associated with harmful inflammation.
The great news is that even if you’ve been on a bad diet all your life, switching to the Mediterranean diet can still be a game changer!
They analysed the gut microbiome of 612 people aged 65 to 79, before and after 12 months of either eating their usual diet, or a Mediterranean diet. According to the findings, sticking to the Mediterranean diet for 12 months was associated with beneficial changes to the gut microbiome.
Tempo & contraction:
Chaque répétition de chaque série de chaque exercice, peu importe la charge avec laquelle vous travaillez, doit être effectuée avec une forme contrôlée, afin de bien se concentrer sur le muscle que l’on veux travailler, accentuer la contraction et réduire le risque de blessure. .
N’oubliez pas: forme > charge.
‘ I just don’t see what others see’. Belated #transformationtuesday . Ms. Mariah in Nov 2019 @174 lb and Feb 2020 @154. This is one of the greatest HIGH a trainer can have! To watch their client be successful.
Are you showing up and doing everything in your power to fulfill your personal promise to yourself?
Why YES, I know she is!! For Personal Training inquires:
Belated #transformationtuesday . Ms. Mariah in Nov 2019 @174 lb and Feb 2020 @154. This is one of the greatest HIGH a trainer can have! To watch their client be successful.
Are you showing up and doing everything in your power to fulfill your personal promise to yourself?
Why YES, I know she is!! For Personal Training inquires:
Today I tried this beauty for the first time. It won't be my last purchase, watch my stories to see my mix❤️
PS @far_gostraws the only straws I'll ever use.
1 12 minutes ago
“FOOD IS JOY” 🍱🍩🍳🥦🥑🍌🥥 :: take a page out of my book... literally! I have a this mantra in a colouring sheet that you can use for a mindful colour session & put up as a reminder food is just food, it’s neither good nor bad. But playing with it, exploring it, being curious, well that can bring joy! It’s one of my intentions as a mom of girls to raise them to have a healthy relationship with food. It’s not easy! I share a number of tools for the whole family—from buddha bowl recipes to hunger fullness lessons for all ages to mindful coffee/tea drinking meditations to start the day as parents. .
What food brings you joy 🤔??? .
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Vegan Omega 3 Sources by @veganfitnesscom
Do you include these foods in your diet?
We usually associated Omega 3's with fish, but did you know it's possible to get all you need on a vegan diet?
👉🏻Omega-3s are a type of fats that are an important part of the body's cell membranes and help us with the functioning of the heart, lungs, immune system and the hormonal system in general.
💪🏻Athletes should know that a key benefit of omega-3 fatty acids is their ability to battle inflammation. Exercise is a form of good stress on our bodies. But exercise also results in the production of inflammatory substances called free radicals, which can damage your body’s cells.
There are 3 kinds of Omega-3 fatty acids:
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)
Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)
DHA levels are especially high in the tissues that make up our eyes, brain and sperm cells., while EPA may have certain benefits to reduce systemic inflammation. The body breaks down ALA into EPA and DHA, but the conversion rate is low. For this reason, people should include all three omega-3s in their diet.
While there are plenty of food sources high in ALA, especially the ones listed above, if your body is not converting enough ALA into EPA & DHA there may be a benefit in supplementing this. Thankfully there are vegan versions like the Vedge Essential from @vedgenutrition which combines Vitamin B12, Vitamin D & a algal oil which contains both EPA & DHA.
👉🏻If you don't want to or can't supplement include a 2-3 servings of flax, chia, walnuts or soy beans daily. It might also be of benefit to reduce our intake of omega-6, so we can increase our bodies capacities to convert the ALA from flax, chia and some leafy greens. Omega-6 are found mainly in oils such as soy, palm & rapeseed.
0 82 minutes ago
TBT found this pic from about 14 months ago... this was the biggest I ever was in my life about a week after this picture I fully ruptured my quadricep bouncing and had to have surgery immediately. I also had to have a ganglion cyst removed and ruptured the tendon in my wrist and had 2 superficial blood clots after my leg surgery from being immobilized. It is very depressing to see this pic because I was well on my way to getting back on stage and I know I could've gotten to a very high level. I am happy with where I'm at now in my life but will always wonder the what if.... #bodybuilding#gym#gymlife#nutrition#bodybuilder#gymrat#gymaddict#gymlove
1 42 minutes ago
O W-Iso Whey Isolate é fabricado a partir de whey protein isolado, auxiliando na manutenção e no aumento das fibras musculares.
Disponível nos sabores Chocolate, Baunilha e Morango, W-Iso Whey Isolate está disponível em embalagem com 900g.
🥜 Keto favourites 🥜 Just one of them has about 4 grams of whey and as low as 2 grams of carbs making it a low carb dieters dream come true.
1 32 minutes ago
We make the switch to vegan so much easier with our flavored nut mylks! Silky smooth, naturally sweetened (just a touch) and containing 5g of plant protein per bottle.
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1 42 minutes ago
Dedicated support from our coaches is at the core of our values and what we do here at @f45_training_bulleen. .
Our team know their stuff and its our mission to help you achieve your own personal goals and support your individual needs in a fun and all inclusive and supportive environment.
Register for your 7 Day Free Pass and come join the fam, Link in bio
I won’t lie to you, just doing a 4 week nutrition challenge isn’t going to create the lasting changes that you might be after. It could, however, give you a great start to practice some new habits that do though! ⠀
They say it takes 66 days of doing something consistently before it will turn into a habit.. before it turns into something that we either don’t even think twice about because it’s just part of our day like brushing our teeth. Or it turns into a part of our regular routine that we love and do because we enjoy it or the benefits we see from doing it!⠀
If you sign up to do any challenge or program or work with a nutrition coach and set a timer to countdown until you’re done, chances are your results and progress aren’t going to last either. You have to go into it with a mindset that you’re learning about new changes that you can keep in your life in the long term, that is when things are going to stick. No ones results maintained themselves by working at it for a couple months and then going back to their old ways. ⠀
My biggest suggestion is, find some way of doing it that you kinda like and could see yourself doing long term and try that protocol. Do not choose a diet based on quick fixes or restricting foods that you actually kinda like because those aren’t your friend in the future and you’ll find yourself right back to where you started. #practicemakespermanent ⠀
0 42 minutes ago
who doesn't love chips ?
here is how to fit them into your weight loss journey
if you want to learn more sign up for the next challenge details here 👇
【Quality over quantity】
If you just look at the quantity of food, I eat more than average people.
When my clients said they want lose weight, 95% of them were NOT eating too much. Their bodies were out of control because they were eating insufficient amount of food.
If you are busy counting calories, this would give you another perspective.
I haven't found the data in NZ, so this is a story about Japan, but quite interesting and I wanted to share with you.
After the WW2, Japan was really poor. Compared to those times, it has become such a rich country today. However, when you look at their daily calorie intake, between 50's and 60's, Japanese people used to eat around 300kcal more than now. (MAFF, 2008)
On the other hand, their average body weight is higher today. For men in their 30s, the average body weight went up by 25.9% from 1950 to 2010 (MHLW, 2018). .
People are taking less calories and gaining weight. Plus, there are more diabetic people today.
The take-home message here is this: People don't become diabetic or gain weight because they eat too much. .
We are eating less, but WORSE.
This is how much impact 'the quality of diet' can give us.
0 22 minutes ago
Salmon with White Truffle Cream Sauce, and some paleo bread on the side! Best homemade dinner with the wife in a while!
1 12 minutes ago
European tour in April. I'm reaching new heights with no worries of being denied
The truth always lies within the results.
I started doing CrossFit in 2013. I started watching the CrossFit Games and got hooked.
I loved the competition. It looked like so much fun.
After learning the movements and working out with a group of guys, I said, “I’d love to have the chance to just become a regional athlete.”
I started out weighing about 140 pounds soaking wet.
I was super small, thin, weak, snatching 75 lbs and thinking it was something.
All that aside, I still thought it would be cool to be labeled as a Regional Athlete.
Time goes by, and the CrossFit Games decide to change the format.
They did away with regionals all together.
CrossFit created a format that now forces you to an event called, “Sanctionals”.
I told myself, it would be awesome to be considered a Sanctional Athlete and look at the big picture and say, wow! I’m only one step away from becoming a Games Athlete. How Surreal.
Times go on and failed attempt after failed attempt happened.
I never gave up on achieving it.
February 26, 2020, I received an email stating. “Congratulations, your hard work has paid off and you have earned your spot to compete at the ELFIT CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP 2020 in the MENS ELITE DIVISION!”
I lost it in pure excitement.
The past year(s), I have signed up for every Sanctional, giving myself at the very least, an opportunity.
February 26th, 2020, I finally got that email I have been wishing for........7 YEAR LATER.
So many people to give thanks too!
@ MY WHOLE FAMILY
Moral of the story👇🏻
DON’T GIVE UP.
1 43 minutes ago
So proud of Amber! Love her transformation!
After turning 40 I found myself shopping Amazon with the keywords "Mom swimsuit".👙.. Decided it was too early for that! 27 lbs 👇later I weigh less than I did when I was 14 AND have the strength and confidence to do so much! 🙌 Could not have been easier. Love this program!
if life were fair, we would all wake up to a creamy bowl of yogurt, pink lady apple slices and a fudgy chickpea tahini “hummus” blondie. 🤤 #lazymotherbaker
1 44 minutes ago
Planteate metas a corto plazo alcanzables en base a tu estilo de vida🍃, estas te llevaran a encontrar tu camino en un estilo de vida mas saludable🥰.
No debemos de mentalizarnos a metas imposibles , el fallar nos desmotivara, eventualmente nuestros pasos de bebe se convertirán en grandes y constantes.
GIVE THIS AB CIRCUIT A GO!
Complete 30 seconds of each exercise, one after the other for three rounds.
1. Hand to foot crunch
2. Lying leg raises
3. Mountain climbers with a twist
4. Side plank (30 sec each side)
5. Russian twists with medicine ball
6. L-sit up with medicine ball
Comment below if you feel the burn! 🔥
#Repost@healthy.foodyss 🔀 @vegonbowl_sushi
FIVE Healthy Salad Ideas 🥗☀️🍽 *Swipe to see 5 new recipes and below for details! :)
Which is you’re favourite 1-5?!💕
🍤 SHRIMP 🍤
Pan-seared citrus-flavored shrimp, 1 creamy sliced avocado, 4 ounces sliced almonds, 1 minced shallot, arugula spinach, olive oil, salt and pepper and juice of 1/2 lemon.
🍝 BLT PASTA 🍝
Chickpea pasta with tomatoes, arugula, avocado, crispy bacon, topped with a super simple-to-make Ranch-style dressing made with mayo and Greek yogurt.
🌽 SWEETCORN 🌽
Fresh sweet corn and tomatoes with creamy avocados with garlic, jalapeño seeds, lime, olive oil, cherry tomatoes, scallions, cilantro leaves, salt and pepper.
🧀 GREEK 🧀
Cucumber, tomatoes, red onion, kalamata olives, Italian flat-leaf parsley, avocado and Greek dressing.
🥒 CHICKPEA 🥒
Chickpeas, red bell pepper, fresh parsley, red onion, celery, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, s+p.
Which is your favourite Salad idea?! 🧐😆
Thanks @foodiecrush for these! .
GLUTEN-FREE CARROT BANANA MUFFINS 🥕🍌 These muffins are a great snack for on the go!
2 cups almond flour
2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 T cinnamon
1/2 cup shredded coconut (unsweetened)
3 large eggs
3 bananas, mashed
1/2 cup unsalted butter
2 T raw honey
1 tsp apple cider vinegar
1 1/4 cup pitted and chopped dates
2 medium carrots, shredded
3/4 cup walnuts, chopped
Preheat oven to 325. Lightly oil a 12 cup muffin pan or use paper liners.
In a large bowl mix together almond flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and coconut.
In another bowl whisk eggs, bananas, butter, honey, and vinegar.
Pour and stir the wet ingredients into the dry ones.
Fold in dates, carrots, and walnuts.
Divide the batter evenly between muffin cups.
Bake muffins for 40 minutes, or until golden brown on top.
Let cool for at least 15 min. ENJOY!😋
1 25 minutes ago
Independence it is something I’ve always known, my parents brought me up to me an independent woman. I learnt to cook from the age of 12, I always made my lunches for school, I was taught to clean and taught to look after myself.
Something my shoulder condition has taken from me is my independence, my daily routines and my daily focus have changed dramatically in the last 13 weeks.
I regularly get asked how I can be so happy when I’m in a constant state of pain and need assistance for the most of my day. I already work around my shoulder and lean on my partner for help for simple things as hanging out washing, getting dressed or even washing my hair. So being in this business helps me gain back a little bit of my independence, it is something I can do by myself with the support of a whole group of amazing people. It is something fuelled by my power, by my condition and myself. I cannot waste time being negative and I have to find positivity in every little crevice in my current situation because I want to be happy and I’m working on my health and this is a step towards being healthy
Morning sickness, all-day sickness, whole pregnancy sickness! .
Feeling bleugh while pregnant is normal (unfortunately), but it gives your health a punch in the guts. If you are unable to keep your food down, try these tips to survive morning sickness.
Eat smaller meals more often.
Avoid strongly flavoured/scented foods.
Stay hydrated by small amounts of water more often.
Check your supplements. Iron supplements can increase feelings of nausea.
If you can only stomach toast and crackers eat toast and crackers! If you only feel like eating at 2am, eat at 2am.
Foods like ginger and vegemite (B6) are also touted for reducing nausea.
1 26 minutes ago
Even if it’s just bread and jam, make it a good one!!
Super hectic morning today. And this is all I could manage - buttered & toasted bread with a delicious raspberry marmalade topped with chia seeds and my antioxidant seed mix. Plopped a few fresh blueberries on top, squeezed a glass of fresh OJ and there you go - breakfast ready to grab and go in 5 mins.
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1 16 minutes ago
🍛Can I go out to eat and still lose fat?🍛
I get some variation of this question a lot. Dining out is an increasingly normal part of people's daily routines because of how busy we tend to be 🐝, plus the convenience of it is certainly hard to pass up.
The short answer to this is yes! As long as you're in a calorie deficit you can still lose body fat and hit your goals.
The longer and more nuanced answer is more of a "yes, BUT..."☝🏽
The average number of calories in non-chain restaurants is 1200 calories🙀. For many people that is more than 70% of their daily calorie needs🤯. This means that if you DO go out to eat you will likely have to be severely restrictive in what you choose- no drinks, no sauces, no chips or breads, and boxing up about half your meal. Obviously this isn't impossible, but the desirable choice is far from the easier choice, and when you're trying to implement some behavior change you want to make the desirable choice as easy as possible.
If you are dining out 2 or more times per week it's important that you don't consider those meals as indulgent, and carefully monitor your intake for them 🧐. However, if you only go out to eat about once a week for date night, I say enjoy it and consider it that an untracked meal for your week🤗. Untracked meals can be AMAZING for your mental health and longevity with your plan.
Personally, I want to be able to go out to eat and order whatever sounds good 😋 without having to worry about if my meal is too many calories. For that reason, I opt to eat the majority of my meals at home 🏡 .
By eating the majority of your meals at home you’ll have far greater control over your calorie intake and be able to dine out worry free since it’s not a common occurrence. PLUS you’ll save so much money 💰it’s not even funny. 🙈😬
1 16 minutes ago
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT INTERMITTENT FASTING?
I get this question a lot from clients. My question to this question is- what would you be doing it FOR?
If sole purpose of trying intermittent fasting is to losing weight, I’d first remind you of the more sustainable ways to lose weight.
As you may know, there are different ways to fast. The most common and arguably the most sustainable way is to eat only within an 8 hour window and fast for the remaining 16 in a 24 hour period (called the 16/8). A couple of other known methods are the 5:2 in which you eat as you normally would 5 days a week and consume only 500-600 calories on two non-consecutive days (you can guess what I have to say about this one 👎🏼 ESPECIALLY if you’re weight training). And some fast for 24 hours at a time 1-2 times per week (also 👎🏽 if you’re training). .
Here’s where I think this can become even more problematic. If you’re only eating within a very small window of time, there’s a chance that you’re either going to completely binge when you break your fast OR you’re not going to get enough calories. Those would be the worst case scenarios, and they do happen. Often. A slightly less severe outcome would be that LIKE ANY OTHER FAD DIET, you’re going to lose some weight, get fed up with the process and gain it all back again and likely be worse off mentally and physically after all is said and done.😖
HOWEVER here’s where I can see a legitimate benefit to fasting in a reasonable (say the 16/8) way- longevity. That’s right. Our bodies are not meant to constantly be processing food and/or any other substance for that matter. So by giving your body an extended break, even if it’s a consistent 10 hours for every 24, you’re doing it a solid favor. Studies are starting to come out on how this “break” helps to actually slow down the aging process, thus extending the length of our lives and our overall❤️ health. That’s reason enough for me. .
That’s my 10 cents on fasting, ya’ll. Thoughts? Questions?🤔 Is anyone hungry? 🍔
1 06 minutes ago
Have you found your TRIBE yet?! Community, tribe, girls gang-whatever you want to call it, every sister needs a place where she belongs!!
. ✨ where she is honored and celebrated for being EXACTLY who she is
. ✨ Where she can come together with other women who all bring out the best in each other .
. ✨Where she is encouraged to reach for her dreams and goals and have the most fun in the process!
I am so grateful for these ladies and so many not pictures who lift me up in all these ways and more!
I hoped for this kind of community and team for YEARS and together we are achieving GREAT things.
Together we RISE by lifting each other up!
If you are reading this, and now need more-you are welcome here too.
Do it because you know you’ll feel better. Do it because you have kids and grandkids that need and want you around for a long time. Do it because you’ve tried so many times before and you gave up, but this time it will be different. This time you want to know what sticking with something feels like. Then keep doing it because you’ve come too far to go back. Keep doing it because when you had a terrible accident the surgeon told you the only reason you came back and didn’t die is because your heart was in really good shape 🙏🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼. Keep on because God has blessed you with the ability to! 💗
I will be starting an online health and fitness accountability group on March 9th. It’s totally free !! Let me know if you want to be added and let’s get healthy together 😊
1 151 hour ago
Yesterday I was honoured to speak at a dietitian meet & greet event for Applied Human Nutrition students. The same program I completed in 2017. As I introduced myself to everyone, I shared with them that I am a private practice dietitian and safe skincare advocate. When the student got an opportunity to speak with me the most common question I got asked was….what exactly do you do?
I love answering this question because I love what I do and I am so proud to share. Everyday I wake up knowing that I get to educate individuals of all different ages, stages and walks of life about the importance of what they put on their skin and in their mouth. Being in private practice your day to day differs greatly, but this is what I love so much about it. No day is every the same. My dietetic practice is situated out of Mississauga, Ontario but the amazing thing is that I get to work with patients virtually all across Ontario. Some days I find myself working from home doing virtual counselling & cuddling with my pup, other times I am at my clinic doing nutrition counselling, or sometimes I am in the community doing grocery store tours, or corporate wellness workshops.
When I shared with these students and fellow dietitians at the event last night that I am a safe skincare advocate & educator I saw a lot of eyes open. What does that really mean?
I recently joined this amazing company called Beautycounter that is founded in evidence, education and advocacy. I am a huge evidenced based gal, and so when I found out the SCIENCE that backed up this amazing company I couldn’t not add this point of education to my practice. WHY? Because everyone deserves to know. The reality is that there are many ingredients in OUR everyday products (men & women) are harmful to our health. Beautycounter is DOING something about that and I am proud to say I am a dietitian who is part of a movement for CHANGE. This is a real issue, and together one day we will ensure that all products are safe for consumers. Now that I know better, I educate my patients on this topic and help them make the switch to safe products (Beautycounter or not). I love what I do, I wouldn’t trade it for anything! ❤️
BBQ Chicken Tostadas 😍 Definitely my favorite recipe in awhile!! This is a great recipe if you’ve got a significant other who doesn’t always eat the same as you 👌🏻 -
I added sweet baby rays to Eli’s and @primalkitchenfoods bbq sauce to mine. I used a simple homemade cashew cheese sauce on mine (seriously could drink this stuff) and just regular provolone on Eli’s. One thing I’ve learned cooking for both of us is that it’s all about compromise and you can’t/ shouldn’t try to make people eat things they don’t want to eat 🤷🏼♀️ It’s a touchy subject but just being honest over here. So sometimes I make a meal two slightly different ways and it works for us 😁 Do you guys eat the same/differently from your partner? -
- #recipe details 👉🏻 Shredded BBQ Chicken:
This recipe made 4 tostadas + leftovers!
Heat a skillet over medium heat. Once it’s hot, add olive oil then add 3 chicken breasts seasoned with salt and pepper. Cook for 7 minutes on each side. Check the internal temp to make sure they’re done!
Remove, add to a bowl, shred with two forks. What I did was split it in half and added some to another bowl. Coated each with 1/2 cup of the bbq sauce we like or if you’re doing the same you need 1 cup total.
For the tostadas, I used @sietefoods grain free tortillas.
Toasted in the oven at 350 with a little olive oil rubbed on each side (gets them super crispy!!) for 4 minutes.
Removed and added the bbq chicken + cheese to Eli’s.
Baked another 6 minutes.
I made my cashew cheese sauce for another recipe so I added it here. -
Cashew Cheese Sauce:
1 cup soaked cashews (soak for at least 4 hours- overnight)
1 cup water
2 tbsp nutritional yeast
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp sea salt
Combine everything in a food processor and purée.
Store in the fridge and reheat when you want to eat!
Enjoy and remember- everyone is different and that’s 10000% okay 💯 #paleo#paleofood#choosingbalance
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1,2,3,4 or 5? 🤩😋
Lunch Box inspo 💫🍱💫 Simple & Delicious ideas. 1-5, which is your favourite?
Having lunch prepped ahead of time is absolutely the best feeling🥗 If you’re planning to make your lunch next week, here’s some inspo for prep this weekend☺️❤️
1.Find someone that looks at you the way I look at salmon in my lunch box😍 Chopped romaine🥬 topped with cucumbers, tomatoes and seared salmon with berries🍒& chocolate covered almonds on the side.
2.Seasoned chicken🍗, brown rice, sautéed kale with mixed berries and sea salt and almond dark chocolate🍫
3.Macadamia nuts and 85% dark chocolate, two🥚🥚hard boiled eggs, arugula salad with prosciutto, cucumber ribbons, tomatoes and mozzarella🧀
4.Salad with honey🍯mustard glazed chicken, sliced cucumbers and sliced avocado, clementines🍊 and a peppermint cookie bark😋
5.unwich with romaine, turkey, salami, feta and tomato, eggs, cucumber, goat cheese & protein bar.
Really nice ideas by @mad_about_food
Love to know which is your favourite 1 below!😍
Is it time for lunch yet?
I know many people are just now getting on their fitness grind and starting their exotic, and extreme diet plan that will allegedly have them down 20 lbs in two weeks.
I’m here to let y’all know not to buy into the hype. Healthy weight loss is about 1-2 lbs per week, and that weight loss isn’t created by doing something extreme like only ingesting carrot juice, skipping meals, or having meal replacement shakes multiple times a day.
Understanding that all food = fuel is imperative. Also, having an understanding as to what quantities of food for your goal that will help with weight loss is vital. Exercise + food will always yield results. Don’t buy into the ‘quick fix’ hype. Get educated and find what your body truly needs in order to reach your goal, safely and sustainably.
For online coaching, link is in bio!
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trying to incorporate other types of fish instead of just salmon into my diet 😛 halibut is a firm, white fish with subtle flavor! i pan-seared it with olive oil and butter, which helps the fish brown and adds the flaky texture! the lemon squeeze and tomato cilantro mix gives it a nice kick of flavor too 💯 wednesday going welllll over hereee 💁🏻♀️ i plated it with a mixed greens salad tossed in honey mustard dressing and wild rice!
1 halibut filet
sea salt, pepper, garlic powder and paprika to taste
squeeze of 1 lemon wedge
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp butter
1. season halibut with sea salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika and a squeeze of lemon.
2. preheat skillet with medium heat with 1 tbsp butter and 1 tbsp olive oil, add in halibut and cook until a golden crust forms on the bottom, about 3-4 minutes. flip fish and cook until the other side is cooked through.
3. add some extra butter on top of fish and allow to melt, then remove from pan and plate with starch and veggies! i made a tomato cilantro garnish to add on top 😊 #winniesbalance
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Penne Arrabbiata by @mindfullyjessica ❤️ Recipe:⠀
3 tbsp olive oil⠀
1 onion, diced⠀
2 cloves garlic, minced⠀
1 tin diced tomatoes⠀
1 cup passata⠀
2 tbsp tomato paste⠀
1 1/2 tbsp coconut sugar, or other sugar⠀
1/2 tbsp dried mixed herbs⠀
1 tsp sea salt⠀
1/2 tsp chilli Blend⠀
200g grape tomatoes⠀
2 vegan sausages, sliced⠀
300g penne pasta⠀
Sliced red chilli, optional⠀
Fresh basil, optional⠀
1. Preheat the oven to 200C. Roast tomatoes for 10-12 mins. Add the olive oil to a large pot over low-med heat. Add the onion and sauté until translucent. Add the diced tomatoes, passata, tomato paste, coconut sugar, mixed herbs, sea salt and chilli blend. Mix well. Cover and lower the heat. Let it simmer for 30-45 mins, stirring regularly.⠀
2. Preheat the oven to 200C. Coat the grape tomatoes lightly with olive oil and place in the oven to roast for 12-14 minutes.⠀
3. Cook the sliced vegan sausages in a saucepan, in a drizzle of olive oil. Set aside.⠀
4. Bring a bit pot of water to the boil. Add the 300g of pasta and let cook according to packet directions, around 12-15 minutes.⠀
5. Add the roasted tomatoes and cooked sausage to your Arrabbiata Sauce.⠀
6. Drain the pasta and add into the sauce, stirring to combine. Serve immediately garnished with sliced chilli & basil if desired.⠀
Continuing my celebration of Taco Tuesday with these #Whole30 Shredded Chicken Tacos! Packed with flavourful shredded chicken, salsa, avocado and a spicy sauce, these are a great easy weeknight dinner. Use a celery root tortilla to make them #Whole30 or toss it all into a big bowl and enjoy it as a salad, you really can’t go wrong any way you eat these. Clickable link to the recipe in my biz Also for today’s Whole30in30 I made Shrimp tacos, don’t forget to check out my stories to watch me make them!
This is me.
I have struggled, I have failed, and I have been harder on myself than I should. And I have to be honest, the past two years have been some of the hardest, mentally, physically, emotionally. I’ve come up with so many excuses on why I’m not “capable”.
Right now, I’m here to say fuck that way of thinking. It’s so much easier to come up with excuses. “If you do what is easy, your life will be hard, but if you do what is hard, tell yourself you CAN do this, your life will be easy.”
Just wanting to speak my truth. Thanks for reading