- You’ll never believe this real-life, old-school ads put out by Big Sugar
- Daily Delicious: Jalapeno Sweet Potato Chicken Chili
- Swedish expert suggests low carbohydrate diet best for weight loss and overall health
- TheClothesMakeTheGirl’s SB&J Burgers for dinner — with a twist!
- Making hummus with my NEW FOOD PROCESSOR!!!!
Tag Archives: healthy eating
It is official! According to a Swedish expert’s study and publication, a low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) diet is the BEST for weight loss and overall health — especially for those who are suffering from obesity. The report, entitled “Dietary Treatment of … Continue reading
THIS RECIPE caught my eye last week, and I decided this would serve as my lunch this work week — a Mediterranean Paleo Chicken Salad! I based my recipe off the recipe from Grass Fed Girl — though I ended … Continue reading
DISCLAIMER: All or most of these photos were taken at night/with poor lighting availability. Working on my food photography is a goal of mine! Leftovers for Thursday’s late-night dinner after IF-ing all day: Thursday night’s snack: Thursday night’s SECOND snack … Continue reading
A little motivation, and something to think about!
Sandwiches are one thing I (and a lot of others) tend to miss when following a Paleo diet. This week at work, we’re having a lunch meeting with some of the head honchos from corporate, and sandwiches are on the … Continue reading
Think about THIS when you want to reach for something processed or otherwise unhealthy: Fill your body with good fuel, and your body will thank you. P.S. It was announced this week that Twinkies will be back on store shelves … Continue reading
An article I found this week on Yahoo Finance: “A recent Associated Press story revealed how companies are fighting to make their foods appear more natural. “Food companies are responding to the adage that people eat with their eyes,” writes … Continue reading
I was soooo hungry by the time I ate for the first time on Saturday evening around 8:00 p.m.! Saturday’s “lunch” came from the deli at the grocery store. I tried to make “healthy” choices — choosing a broccoli/cauliflower salad, … Continue reading
As of Wednesday, June 19th, the American Medical Association, the largest association of physicians and medical students in the United States, has officially recognized obesity as a disease. A New York Times article on the subject says: “To some extent, the question of … Continue reading