Purple porridge for the win😛😛we had no fresh fruit left this morning (my fault🙊) so I used a cup of frozen blueberries in my porridge as well as a dash of @myproteinuk s/f maple syrup, which I then topped with @twobirdscereals super seeds, a sprinkle of @crazyjackorganic coconut and @pipandnut crunchy maple peanut butter😍 I’ve been thinking a lot about making mistakes this week after talking about perfectionism with my therapist on Monday. We are tuned to believe that mistakes are wrong, slipping up is bad and that we should always strive for perfection. But what happened when we do slip up? When we make a mistake or have an off day? In reality, nothing drastic happens unless you let that mistake affect you. We fear the worst will come from our mistakes when really, what we learn from them is invaluable. Having a blip in recovery is normal, recovery isn’t linear, and every time you pick yourself back up and try again you are beating your eating disorder. If you let that mistake/blip effect you and beat yourself up about it, it is far more likely to brew into something bigger. It is okay to slip up, as long as you make a pact to always stand back up again. Sorry for the ranting but I feel this may help some people 💕 have a beautiful day everyone💖
Good morning! 🌞
So although I’ve been through a lot lately, it’s never too late to start again. I’ve been symptomatic, restricting, purging, binging... I’ve gain so much weight because of it, and I’ve been really suicidal. But I went through the day just breathing and waiting for the peace to come again, and although a big part of me is shouting so loud in my head and telling me how fat I am, that I don’t deserve food, that nobody will love me if I’m not skinny... there’s a small but strong part of me which is so tired and exhausted by everything, which just wanna keep trying to survive and which is starving and sic; So this is how my new attempt of recovery starts: with #porridge
I hope you’re all okey and wish you the best possibly Thursday ♥️
I’m currently experiencing my first cold in over 8 years (yes, really!) and I have to say it has not been fun! I have now completely the lost ability to breathe/smell through my nose, it feels like someone has attacked my throat with a cheese grater and due to my excessive Kleenex usage I am now resembling rudolf (one could say I’m just getting into the festive spirit!). Anyway, I now utterly sympathise with those poor buggers who get colds regularly- they suck! I’ve been eating a tonne of immunity boosting foods and comfort foods to help me feel a bit better including this delicious bowl of porridge 😋 with alllllll the toppings including @urbanfruituk strawbs and coconut chips, banana coins, fresh figs, pomegranate seeds, berries and bee pollen. Apologies for the poor picture quality again- damn, dark winter mornings!
Another morning boost for this windy thursday morning! 💙
Preparation: I always prepare my porridge with water and a bit of milk. I added chia seeds, cinnamon and linsen seeds. On the top: Pomegranet, blueberries, kiwi and cinnamon powder. .
How do you prepare your morning boost? #followus for more #healthyrecipes 😊
One of the biggest culprits is stress when it comes to weight gain around the middle
Unfortunately after every stressful event, the body thinks it needs to refuel as this fight or flight response would usually result in energy usage – cue the strong cravings for sugar and caffeine. This is where the catch-22 occurs – caffeine and sugar create more fat and more cortisol release which then makes us crave them even more
so make sure to be more aware about food, possibly keeping a food diary or plan whilst you’re finding it hard to stick to being healthy and you can then note down when your cravings get worse. This may break down the cycle where you reach for the biscuit tin. When you eat, make sure it’s away from a desk, computer or phone and just enjoy that moment
We’ll be talking more about this at our diet reset day in January which you can book through the link in our bio ✨
🥣Porridge de copos de avena🌾suaves 🥛en bebida de arroz y coco🥥de @natursoy , 💛con un toque de maca, vainilla y canela🧡.
🍌plátano caramelizado (abierto en dos, una gotita de sirope de arce🍁en cada lado y al micro o a la sartén un minutillo),
🧡crema de almendras caseras, (*receta abajo),
✨granola express a la sartén: 🌾copos de avena con pasas🖤, trocitos de chips de plátano🍌y avellanas🌰, todo en la sartén dorado con una gotita de aove y cúrcuma💛, jengibre✨y canela🧡,
🥥yogur de soja de coco🥥de @sojasun_es ,
💚y semillas de cañamo.
Golosina calentita y especiada⭐️, llena de matices deliciosos inspirada por @beingbiotiful ✨.
¿Alguien ha dicho frío?❄️ con esto en la tripita yo solo siento hygge y amooOoOoOoORRrRRrr🤤💛.
Feliz jueves bombones😘
Para hacer la crema de almendras sólo necesitas un ingrediente: almendras. Basta con tostar las almendras crudas en el horno hasta que estén doraditas y dejarlas enfriar (o bien comprarlas ya tostadas sin sal) y después batirlas en la thermomix u otro procesador a velocidad alta-máxima durante unos 7-10 minutos hasta que las propias almendras suelten su aceite y quede cremosa. 100% almendras, 100% delicia✨.
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Jeg har en fridag i dag, og jeg begynder dagen i fred og ro med denne skønne og meget smagfulde vågn-op-grød. Det er min yndlingshavregrød af grove gryn, chia, valnødder og havremælk, og så har jeg tilføjet grove pærestykker, stødt nellike og ingefær. Det lyder måske lidt julet pga. den stødte nellike, men den smager ikke julet, synes jeg ~ til gengæld er der schwung fra ingefæren, og jeg er vild med det 💚
Opskriften på denne grød ligger nu på www.pernillerosenkilde.dk (link til blog i bio) 📝
🇬🇧 Favourite porridge with coarse oats, chia seeds, walnuts and oat milk here with pear, clove and ginger
🇬🇧Protein #glutenfree porridge 😁
Porridge is life!
During winter I’m used to eat a lot of porridge for breakfast. The big advantage is that you can do a lot of different thing to prepare your porridge.
For this one I used the chocolate hazelnut vetegetal proteins from @syncprotein and buckwheats flakes.
🇫🇷porridge proteiné sans gluten 😃
Le porridge c’est la vie! Je suis vraiment habitué à manger du porridge pour le petit déjeuner et le gros avantage c’est qu’on peut y mettre énormément de choses différentes!
Pour celui là j’ai utilisé les protéines chocolate hazelnut de chez @syncprotein Et des flocons de sarrasin.