Chicken pesto quinoa bowl (missing the red bell peppers I normally put in there... thought I had at least one on the fridge)... 328 Cal. 41g of protein, 7g of fat, and 22g of carbs #dinner#iifym#chickenbowl#healthyeating
🚨 Heal your gut with fermented foods workshop 🚨.
Sunday the 28 of October 2018, 12-3 pm.
Price AU $133.40-
Would you like to optimize health and enhance digestion while restoring proper balance of your gut bacteria through real, whole foods? In this nutritional workshop and cooking demonstration, you will learn how to prepare natural, probiotic foods that kept our ancestors healthy and allergy-free for thousands of years in a most delicious way. Naturally fermented foods are essential to health, but sadly lacking in most modern diets. Learn how to make enzyme-rich fermented foods such as milk, water and coconut kefirs, kombucha tea, sauerkraut and homemade Kimchi.
Nutritional Tutorial with Nutritionist and Author Dorota Trupp includes:
– A scientific round-up of the gut; how it works & how it can influence your health
– Explanation of the pathophysiology of the most common gut issues
– The role of microbes who live on & inside of you and how to optimize their diversity to improve gut functions
– How to decrease the inflammation in the gut and the body through the diet and nutritional supplementation
– Why the addition and elimination of certain foods can assist in rebalancing the gut functions
– 6 weeks dietary protocol hand out that has demonstrated in my practice to help rebalance gut flora
– Fermented foods and drinks testers – Take home with you Fermented Drinks Bacterial Starters
– Take home recipes booklet and Nutritional Information handout
Who will benefit from this workshop?
– People with leaky gut, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth, Constipations, Diarrhea, Autoimmune Conditions and Food Intolerances.
– Anyone who would like to improve digestion and strengthen immune system functions.
– Anyone who would like to learn how to make key fermented foods and drinks.
Book in via www.dorotatrupp.com.au/healyourgut
Homemade hummus and beetroot dip! SO GOOD! 😋
I LOVE HUMMUS! 😍 Hands down the BEST DIP EVER! I can just eat a whole bowl on its own. 🙊
What’s your fav dip?
💡 80% of loosing weight is your diet, focus on eating healthy if you want to see a difference 💡 water helps with decreasing bloating, and removing water weight
💡Highly processed foods= high in calories/sodium🚫
💡Avoid processed carbs like white pasta, go for whole grain version instead
Okay so today was Week 1 Day 1 of an 8 week program I’m doing! My arms are noodles because I upped my weights (which is a HUGE deal for me!!) 8 weeks is a long ass time but damnit I’m determined!!! I’m tired of saying “I’ll start tomorrow” and then it ends up being Friday and then I say “well, I’ll just start Monday” well, I’m done saying “I’ll start....” and just fucking do it!! Anyone else go through that hahah can I get an amen on a Monday holla!!! I lost 20lbs within three weeks of this program and I’m ready to lose 20 more, build muscle and get ahead of the Holidays!! Can you believe we have just TEN more days until November!? 😭
Um 2018 where’d ya go!! I’m excited to start my Fall 30 Day BOOTCAMP on November 1st with my beautiful ladies!!!! Getting healthy for the Holidays!
Feeling stronger already!
BEETROOT AND PEANUT DIP
Indian cuisine has an amazing variety of dips and chutneys. From the tomato-date chutney of the east to the red chilly-tamarind chutney of the south - each region offers something very unique. Here are some dips from the Maharashtrian cuisine. Use them as a side dish with parathas, a sandwich spread or simply with some lavash.
In 1½ cup of hung curd, mix together one finely chopped beetroot, half red onion, (optional), finely chopped green chilies, sugar and salt to taste. Now prepare the tempering by adding some jeera, a pinch of hing and few curry leaves to a spoonful of ghee. Add the tempering to the beetroot-curd mix and garnish with fresh coriander.
Blend together half cup dry roasted peanuts, half inch ginger and one green chilli. Add this to one cup of hung curd. Add salt and sugar as per taste. Now prepare the tempering by adding some mustard seeds (optional), a pinch of hing and few curry leaves to a spoonful of ghee. Add the tempering to the mix and garnish with fresh coriander.
P.S. Refrigerate the dips for at least 20 minutes before serving.
Good Morning.. Morning Motivation.
EAT CLEAN AND HEALTHY😋💪🏻
GET FIT AND STRETCH YOURSELF🏃🏻♂️ BE HAPPY AND MAKE YOUR SOUL HAPPY.😃 A happy mind is a happy you.😊 Start with your healthy breakfast between 7.30AM-9.30AM.🍓🍒🍑🍐🍏🍎🍍🍌🍋🍊🍉🍈🍇🥕🥜🥗🍽️
Tonight was a dramatic night in the #lemlevkitchen and here’s why: I opted for #meatlessmonday and ordered in a veggie bowl from @dostoros and Marcus had leftover spaghetti & meatballs. So the drama? He was sad that I cleaned out the fridge today and tossed week and a half old chocolate cake that he planned to have for dessert 🤦🏻♀️ Happy Monday! #mondayswithmarcus#dinnertime#cleaneats#kwsof
Well, dinner worked out! This is the Chicken Curry recipe from one of Danielle Walker’s @againstallgrain cookbooks #MealsMadeSimple
I love this cookbook anyways, but it was super helpful to quickly narrow down a recipe with my current food sensitivities as Danielle includes icons with every recipe. This one had a “egg free” icon and I only had to omit the garlic. .
This recipe serves 10 so I had to third the recipe since it is just moi but will still take care of a few meals!
Also had to make a new breakfast and I am looking forward to tasting them tomorrow!
Didn’t get home late to Michigan driving back from Illinois yesterday so I had to meal prep tonight.
I’m so ready to crush the rest of this week.
Lunch - Tex Mex
Dinner - Lemon garlic Chicken, Asparagus, mushroom, and quinoa stir fry.
Who else is ending this year on fire?! 🔥
There is no magic food to fast gain muscles but eating your greens and meats.. well that’ll come close to it #Repost @knowgains with @get_repost
💥 #knowgains 🏋️
💥KNOW - HIGH PROTEIN VEGGIES 💥 --- Looking to add some extra protein to your meals while trying to build muscle or lose fat? - Look for these high protein veggies in the store to add to your shopping cart of gains! - BROCCOLI A very filling vegetable packed with Vitamin C and K, and a solid 2.6g of protein/cup. - LENTILS Beans are simply an awesome source of protein. Filled with fiber and about 18g of protein/cup they are a great addition to anyone's diet! - EDAMAME Filled with 22g of protein/cup, these little pods have big muscle building potential. - PEAS High in fiber, micro nutrients, and about 8.6g of protein/cup these guys are a great side dish to any meal! - SOYBEANS Now I know what your thinking.... BUT soybeans lower testosterone!! Well maybe if you only ate soy beans all day every day, but adding a little bit to your diet on occasion isn't going to hurt. - Filled with plenty of fiber and 28g of protein/cup these are a great high protein veggie option! - 📸 @fastandswole
Tag a friend who'd like this 👇
. 💡 #TheMoreYouKnow
❓ As always, leave questions, ideas or corny jokes in the comments 😎 -
Осень - самое время заряжаться витаминчиками! Сделать это ооочень просто и вкусно с полезными сладостями Raw Sweets Lab, в составе которых исключительно полезные и легкоусвояемые ингредиенты! Заказывай свои любимые вкусняшки прямо сейчас!🤗 #rawsweetslab