Made up of 85% carbs, 8 % protein 3% fat, PUMPKIN is a forgotten about vegetable that kids will continually turn their nose up at. But did you know that it keeps for up to 6 months, when whole and is really quite good for you. I share some creative ways of adding Pumpkin to your diet.
Teatime? Try a quick mix pikelet. They may not be the smashed avocado on sourdough, or the fashionable Baci, but they taste seriously good, especially when served warm with topping. Very Australian! Perfect for Anzac Day traditions and treats.
Boost your Immunity With the change of season, it is always prudent to increase your immunity levels with a Vitamin C boost. But before you reach for the vitamin bottle, there ARE ways to increase your Vitamin C intake naturally, and one way is to eat plenty of Kiwi fruit. And why not? Not only… Continue reading Do you ‘Kiwi?’
Another mouth watering recipe I will make when I return home
This definitley works to clear up one’s skin and might also balance out hormones. Perhaps lessen the protein a little to loose more weight if that is what you are after? Great post from Teetotal for two
THESE ARE THE RULES OF MY HEALTHY, LOW CARB EATING PLAN
– No meticulous measuring
– No calorie counting
– No beating myself up if I fall off the wagon
– No ‘all or nothing’ thinking
All I am going to do is follow these rules:
1. No grains, wheat, etc
2. No sugar
4. Unlimited good fat
5. Minimal saturated fat
6. Unlimited protein
No carb weighing. No calorie counting. No portion control. I follow the rules above, eat when I’m hungry, and that’s it.
When I take this plan seriously, I find it beneficial in numerous ways:
- I have bags of energy. I’m not a scientist or a nutritionist, so I’m not really sure why this is. However, my lay-person’s guess would be that my blood sugar is level and my brain isn’t engaged in controlling insulin.
- I’m not hungry. Ever. Even…
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