#Repost @unsweetened.caroline ・・・
One of the most popular recipes on the blog - Sugar-Free Breakfast Banana Bread. 🍌 Sweetened with bananas and so good served with nut or seed butter (for breakfast, snack or dessert!).
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‼️Eating vegan/vegetarian does not have to be a limitation when it comes to seeing the results you want!
🤷🏻♂️Look, do I think going vegan is optimal? In most cases, it isn’t (though it really depends on the person) due to the relative difficult to get protein and a number of micronutrient deficiencies.
🙌🏻However, if we go about it correctly, eating a plant based diet will by no means limit you from seeing the results you want!
💯I have a handful of clients following a plant based diet who are all crushing it! There’s no reason why you can’t as well.
❌🥩One of the most common concerns when it comes to eating plant-based is getting enough protein.
💪🏻Picture above is one of my favorite ways to fit protein into a plant based diet… chickpea/lentil pastas! In just one serving, you’ll be able to get 25g of protein. That’s a game changer for most plant based eaters.
Of course, this is just one way in which we can up the protein in a plant based diet. It’s important to get your protein from a variety of sources (especially as a plant based eater) such as pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, chia seeds, plant based protein powders, grass fed yogurt (if permitted on your diet), and more!
Do you follow a plant-based diet? If so, what’s your reasoning? Do you have any tips that help you to get adequate protein? 👊🏻
The Green Peas are sprouting! Natural DAO. The thing is, are you supposed to eat the root part... or the actual shoot part? (In which case, should I have planted them?) #confused Pea SHOOTS or Pea SPROUTS? (And do you eat the pea too?) 😝 I was imagining eating green SHOOTS, but now I'm not so sure! 🤪 🌱 Day 3. 🌱
O ano é 2018 e como sempre, eu tenho muito mais a agradecer do que pedir !
Não foram fáceis os dias nesses últimos meses, aliás, nesses últimos anos, porém 2018 em especial trouxe consigo uma carga gigante de sentimentos variados, teve muita alegria e cada dia que passava era uma conquista, mas teve muito medo, ansiedade, incertezas e desespero e como sempre Deus cuidou de cada momento com muito carinho.
O ano ta ai no seu fim, estou feliz pelas conquistas e grata a todas as pessoas que sempre confiaram e me incetivaram, especialmente meus pais, que nesses longos anos estiveram sempre ao meu lado, abdicaram dos seus sonhos para realizar os meus e nesses últimos meses foram os que mais confiaram que tudo daria certo, ao amor da minha vida Matheus ( @santosteteu10 )que desde que chegou só somou e acreditou mais em mim do que eu mesma, amigos, familiares, mestres e todos que de alguma forma emanaram pensamentos positivos. O ano se encerra, minha graduação se encerra, mas a estrada do sucesso é longa e a minha plena realização profissional e pessoal está cada dia mais perto, eu tenho fé! Eis que uma batalha foi vencida 💪 Seguimos, firmes, enfrentados os próximos desafios, afinal, não há vitória sem luta !
Tô formando, Glória a Deuxxxxxxx!!!
Obs: foto de um dos dias mais importantes desse últimos anos e eu sei que hoje não é dia de #tbt 😅😂
HEALTH DESERT OR SNACK IDEA // i talk about this on my story all the time and I'm so obsessed with it, it's the easiest thing to make, seriously so simple!! I started eating this when I went refined sugar free for the first time a couple years ago in efforts to heal hormonal acne and just work on my immune system! I have since gone off of refined sugar for over a month & I am feeling so good. (Plus my skin has been loving me for it). I don't care what anyone tells you, sugar is bad for you and DIRECTLY creates inflammation in the body. Especially high fructose corn syrup and white refined sugar!
That's why coconut sugar, honey, and other forms of natural sugars are a lot better! Yes, they will still spike your insulin, and yes they are burned as sugar (everything in your body is technically burned as the same molecule), BUT they will burn much slower, and also give your body nutrients like the antibodies that are found in honey and the electrolytes found in coconut.
Here's what I eat when I'm craving something sweet! 🍬 Couple scoops full fat organic whole milk yogurt 🍬 Some apples, bananas, or berries 🍬 Some mashed up @loving_earth chocolate (I used dark chocolate in this one!
🍬 drizzle of local honey
🍬 Drizzle of @jemorganics salted caramel cashew almond butter (OH MY NUT BUTTER THIS IS SO FREAKING GOOD. AFTER I TOOK THIS PICTURE I DRIZZLED LIKE HALF THE BOTTLE ON MY BOWL... PSA ACTUALLY TASTES LIKE SALTED CARAMEL)
There you have it! It's nothing fancy, but maybe will sour some creativity in the kitchen! #wellnessblogger#realfood
Just as Marvel and DC have anti-heroes, the chemical universe of food also has anti-nutrients that, if not combated correctly, avoid the adequate nutritional absorption our body requires for optimal functioning.
An antinutrient is a component in some of our foods that can interfere with the digestion, absorption or activity of one or more nutrients of that or other food.
Some of them are:
Saponin: usually it located in vegetables such as soybeans, chickpeas or quinoa. They prevent the absorption of minerals such as iron. An excellent way to remove the anti-nutrient is to let it soak and then wash it very well until the last water is completely clear.
Phytates: frequently found in whole grains this substance contributes to the annulment of the effects of iron and calcium, therefore the combination of foods that have iron or calcium with whole grains should be avoided frequently.
Oxalates: They are found in green leaves, beets, legumes, nuts, cocoa and other foods of vegetable origin and are substances that prevent the proper assimilation of minerals such as iron and calcium in our body. The best way to avoid the effect of oxalates in relation to the absorption of iron and calcium is to prevent the simultaneous consumption of foods rich in these nutrients with the sources of the antinutrient; however, as in other antinutrients, the cooking of the food as well as the soaking of the legumes considerably reduces the oxalate content.
Disclaimer: first things first. Keep in mind that Cibatio does not support nutrition as a supplement or medication replacement. This message talks about antinutrients and does not claim to be medical advice.
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LAUGHING IS GOOD MEDICINE 😃⠀
A good laugh provides both short and long-term benefits. When you start to laugh, it doesn't just lighten your load mentally, it actually induces physical changes in your body.⠀
A good laugh eases physical tension by increasing oxygen flow to the brain and body. Humor can help alleviate discomfort by sending a rush of endorphins (hormones that act as natural pain killers) into your blood stream. As a result, your mood improves.⠀
Like exercise, laughter releases built-up muscle tension. Relaxing tight muscle groups can alleviate some of the physical signs of stress and focus you on creating a positive mood.⠀
A study in the journal Alternative therapies in health and medicine found that in addition to reducing stress and tension, laughter supports healthy immune system functioning by improving natural killer (NK) cell activity.⠀
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NEW RECIPE 🙏
Today I propose the creation of individual cupcakes that will delight young and old! 😋
More seriously you can use them to give free rein to your imagination and customize them as you wish 😍 · To do it yourself ·
-1 dose of PDM 💪
-1 dose of MultiFibre / Formula 1 of your choice 🍏
-1 tbsp. yeast 🍶
-1 egg 🥚
-Food until a dough 👌
And especially enjoy after 2min30 in the microwave 😍😍
Sauna 🧖♀️ A brilliant way to help increase the flow of oxygenated blood around the body whilst also increasing the bodies natural eliminatory functions by promoting a deep sweat. At the very least, a moment of calm and solitude where you can bliss out for a while.
This relentless deluge of cheap, commodity corn has been disastrous for Mexican corn farmers. Like the ancient Mayan civilizations that flourished further south, ancestors of Oaxaca’s 16 indigenous groups worshipped maize gods, performed planting and harvesting rituals, and developed elaborate mythologies about corn. Life revolved around the staple crop, which produced enough food to sustain the farmers who grew it, as well as the elites who oversaw the society. Although Oaxacans adopted Catholicism centuries ago, corn plants are still considered sacred throughout the state—an agricultural idol of sorts. Producers like 56-year-old Floriano Garcia Delfín says, “Our deep relationship with corn enables us to sustain our families, and it comes with the responsibility that we must treat the corn as we would treat our family. We pray to god when we sow the fields, asking for help in bringing the corn to harvest. Because corn is the giver of life. Corn is our religion.” Learn more about how US agricultural policies came to threaten that religion at @newfoodeconomy .org. Link in bio!