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The cold of winter is here – we love to get our veggies for the day by making SOUP. Broth, diced tomatoes, and any other veggies in the fridge (peppers, onions, carrots, broc., …). Add herbs. Leftover rice or pasta optional. VOILA! Lots of veggies, filling broth. Just don’t lose yourself in sides of bread and boxes of crackers – set limits ahead of time.
I call this my RED VELVET smoothie. Sounds naughty but bursting with stuff your body will love.
1 heaped Tbsp of pre-soaked* almonds
3 leaves from sweetheart cabbage
1 peeled raw beetroot
1-2 heaped tsp raw cacao powder
1 Tbsp soaked* chia seeds
vanilla (I use dr oetker vanilla grinder)
favourite sweetener to taste: stevia, raw honey, maple syrup
+/- 400 ml filtered water or coconut water
blitz in high speed blender till desired texture and consistency achieved and slurp in a celebratory fashion – well done for loving yourself to good health ;o) CHEERS!
PS. I also sometimes add chlorella, fresh root ginger, cayenne, cinnamon and chai spices** to raise core body temperature, improve circulation and boost metabolism. But it is an acquired taste.
*(soak in water overnight, simply drain and rinse before use. Releases phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors so easier to digest)
**dried cloves, star anise, ajwain, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, ginger ground in coffee grinder.
Hey everyone! For the past month I have been on a specific diet instructed by my medical doctor which requires that I eat foods low in a substance called FODMAPs. Not sure if any of you are in a similar situation, but I’ve started collecting healthy recipes on a Pinterest board that are also FODMAP friendly (or easily alterable to be so).
If you don’t have to worry about your FODMAPs, then just consider it a “board of healthy, yummy looking stuff!”
Hi everyone! Just wanted to post another one of my favorite recipes. I like to make this on Sunday and then have it for lunch all week (I tend to do best with making a few things on Sunday so I have meals ready-to-go during the busy work week.) I like to add feta to this to give it a little kick. 🙂
Hi everyone ! I`m just starting my diet about 1 week ago. Last week I as doing Jessica`s 30 day DVD set. And already dropped some inches on day 5 … 😀
My breakfast is 2 white eggs, 1 egg yolk. 1 1/4 C of juice. And then I do Jessica`s workout. And my snack after wo would be 1-2 tsp almond butter and 1 1/4 C of fresh fruit. Snacks in the afternoon are usually the same. For lunch today I had 1/2 c of brown rice. 3/4 c of Thai Stir fried chicken breast ( with basil leaves), and a bowl of salad (leaves only) with 1 tsp pf my homemade mayo. Dinner later will be the same.