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The power of switching your diet to more whole foods and less processed foods 🍎 🥒🥕🥑 🍳*Swipe to see 3 more examples*
Here are some powerful examples of how not only switching to more whole foods will help your waist line but it will also help your overall health.
Don’t just take my word for it though. In this feb 2019 randomized controlled trial, ultra-processed diets caused excess calorie intake which in turn led to weight gain unlike the unprocessed food diet. (1)
Another feb 2019 study published in the journal of the American medical association linked an increase in consumption of ultraprocessed foods w with a higher risk of all-cause mortality. (About a 14% high risk of all-cause mortality for every 10% increase in processed foods) (2).
A 2014 study by Public Health Nutrition found that people who cook at home 6-7 nights a week compared to those who eat out often, save on average 150 calories per day - that’s 1,050 calories a week! Not to mention the hydrogenated oils, fillers & added sodium you avoid by cooking your own food. (3)
Now, it’s not about being perfect! If most of your diet comes from whole foods and trusted brands that have minimally processed ingredients, there will still be room for fun foods when the occasion strikes or if you want a tasty teat.
If you’re not sure how to get started, here are some of my tips to start switching to a more unprocessed diet:
(1) stop drinking your calories (aside from low sugar kombuchas & high quality protein shakes), (2) make a habit of grocery shopping every week (3) start a meal prep routine (4) cook more dinners at home (5) try remaking some of you favorite desserts from scratch in the
Credit- @meowmeix .
baked SALMON with turmeric sweet potato wedges, brown rice, arugula, avo cubes 🥑 & roasted balsamic brussels topped off with @chosenfoods NEW BAJA GODDESS dressing (made with 100% avocado oil) 🌟 i am obsessed with the entire new goddess line w/ CLEAN, non-gmo ingredients, no added sugar, & 5 variety of flavors (other fave is golden turmeric) 🙃👏🏼💯 .
to make: chop sweet potato into cubes and season with olive oil, pink salt, & turmeric (amazing anti-inflammatory). chop brussel sprouts in half & season with coconut aminos, balsamic vinegar, & ginger. bake in separate dishes at 425 for ~45 min. season salmon with drizzled olive oil + pink salt + EBTB & wrap in foil. pop in oven for final 15 of veggies roasting until flaky 🔥 #thefitdelish#chosengoddess#sponsored#cleaneats#wholefoods#realfood#f52grams
5 hours ago
Is cottage cheese a staple in your fridge? If not, it definitely should 🤗 Cottage cheese is an excellent source of protein with relatively few calories. It is also packed with many nutrients like B vitamins, calcium, phosphorus and selenium. It can help regulate blood sugar levels, it’s good for heart health and improves digestion. Last but not least cottage cheese may help contribute to weight loss efforts (because it’s highly satiating - low in calories, and high in protein) 🥰
I love cottage cheese because it’s extremely versatile and can serve as a healthy cheese substitute in all kinds of recipes (from dips to lasagna - I have a recipe for healthy lasagna with cottage cheese and it’s delicious) 🤩
I usually eat it for breakfast but it can also serve as a great late night snack 👍🏼 Breakfast details: one whole wheat toast with cottage cheese (half of it topped with avocado chunks and the other with cress), one fried egg and fresh cherry tomatoes. Quick and healthy 😍🤗 And really delicious.
The full meal was 402 calories with 23P, 33C and 20F. Gave me lots of energy for the whole day. Happy Friday guys!! 😘
1 hour ago
Crispy enoki mushrooms tempura 🌱🍄
Healthy lunch bowl loaded with all my favourite veggies. Here I’m sharing this super crispy tempura enoki mushrooms and it’s definitely will be a crowd pleaser 😋 Hope you love this easy recipe.
Have a wonderful day everyone! .
1 packet enoki mushrooms-clean and cut off the roots part before separating them into smaller bundles.
1 sheet of seaweed - cut into long strips.
1 cup flour
1 tbsp cornstarch
1 tbsp rice flour
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp chilli flakes
1 cup ice water
Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl and add in the ice water. Mix it lightly and be careful not to overmix. Roll the prepared smaller bundles of enoki mushrooms with seaweed strips, secure it with a bit of batter on to the seaweed strips. Heat oil in a frying pan and fried the mushrooms until golden brown or atleast to your desired crispiness. Remove them from the pan and drain the excess oil on a paper towels before serving.
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New recipe just posted for this easy 30 minute meal! It’s #Vegan#Whole30 and #Keto! The butternut squash noodles and red onions are baked in the oven, coated in a lemon, Tahini and garlic sauce and then tossed with arugula and pine nuts, it’s so simple and so good! You can enjoy it warm or cold and the leftovers are delicious for 2-3 days! Link to the recipe in my bio
Vegan Meal Friday 💚🙌
Planeo comenzar un 21dayfix versión Vegana próximamente con la finalidad de estar en forma y de promover buenos hábitos de Alimentación más amigable con el ambiente, tanto en las compras como en el manejo y preparación de alimentos.
Es una manera de auto-conscientizarme y me gustaría compartirlo y tal vez servir de apoyo para quien esté interesad@. ♻️🙏🏼✨ Cheers!
THE PHRASE “EAT IN MODERATION” IS MISLEADING
Eating healthy doesn’t mean cutting out all the things you love.
As well as eating in moderation doesn’t mean eating a moderate amount of every unhealthy food you love, but instead think of moderation in a bigger aspect.
Choosing a not-is-healthy item and next time have something different if you want it.
Rather than, “oh I haven’t had a McDouble in a while” and then next meal “oh I haven’t had a donair in a while”. That can be looked at as moderation. Because individually you don’t eat that particular food every day or every week.
++once you start fuelling your body with nutritious foods the less you’ll want to put junk into your body.