This is more food than I am accustomed to eating in one sitting, however recommended by my nutritionist. I hate feeling to full, so I usually eat all you see except the rice. She said I could double the vegetables as an option. What I noticed is that my snacking into the evening made up for only eating a 2/3 full plate. I have not gained weight but I have not lost any either. That’s bad news. From now on it’s a full plate of good stuff. If I feel full before finishing, I’ll eat the rest for a healthy snack. What’s on your plate?
“I am sick of this weather”. “I cannot take another flake of snow”. These and other similar comments are being echoed throughout the mid-west and east coast of the US. I was born in this crap and still live here. Yes I am sick and tired of it as well. Even so, I walk as much as possible indoors and outdoors when it is above 35 degrees F. What is so amazing about it all is that in a few short weeks it will be all behind us. I spoke with a friend about it and we agreed that each region has its weather calamities that bring hardship and mental stress on its people. I have found that good food, exercise and certain supplements help get us through and keep us together. Three come to mind: Vitamins C, D3 and B12. I like using the spray versions for quick cellular absorption. You can throw them in your pocket or personal bag. The best I have tried comes from well dot myqxlife dot com. Enjoy and be safe. My prayers are with the victims of the California earthquake this past weekend.
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Okay…we all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Right? Right. Well, how about getting in the fruit and nuts in your diet regime? You gotta love Chey B for these. Mmm…tasty!
A good meal is a great way to bring the family together. When you put love into the food you make, the people enjoying it can feel it, see it, and taste it, and it will keep them coming back for me. At times, cooking may seem like a difficult, and even time consuming task, but once you get the recipe down, and work on timing, you’ll be in and out of the kitchen before you know it, but with a beautiful and delicious meal in hand. This is also a great time to open up the doors of conversation with your significant other, your children, your friends, or whoever your guests may be. If you’re by yourself, turn on some music and get in the groove while you wait for your guests to arrive.
Try this homemade banana nut pancake recipe with your partner, family members, or friends, and…
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