These breakfast burritos are in NO WAY Paleo or Whole30. No way. However, I do find them rather delicious, I’ve made them pretty healthy and they are perfect for a quick breakfast. Since this pregnancy started, I haven’t been able to stomach eggs at 6:00 AM on the days I work, so I have tended… Continue reading Breakfast Burritos for On The Go
This week’s recipe is going to be super simple, guys! I love this one for nights I need an easy veggie or salad to prep. It goes well with a lot of proteins such as: crockpot salsa chicken, salmon, baked whitefish or pork barbacoa. Ingredients Needed For Slaw: 1 bag pre-shredded red cabbage (you can… Continue reading Versatile Chili-Lime Whole30 Coleslaw
Two things have ramped up this second trimester: I am hungry ALL the time and I often don’t have the energy or patience when this happens to do anything about it. Leading, of course, to the hangriness. One thing I am actually doing differently now to alleviate this problem is my own version of meal-prepping.… Continue reading Meal Prepping!
Let’s talk bacteria, viruses and fungi for a minute. We often shed a negative light on these microscopic creatures, but they aren’t all bad. In fact, trillions of them, and they serve a very positive purpose: to help us survive. Our gut microbiome has many tasks to keep us healthy, so it is thought that… Continue reading Mind-Gut Connection: The Gut Microbiome
Often times, I hear people say things like: “I have gained weight. I gotta get back to the gym.” “I’ve been going to the gym every day for weeks and nothing is changing!” My first thought in response to these statements is: … Continue reading Fitness Starts in the Kitchen
If you are looking for a super simple way to get your veggies in, this recipe is perfect. We ended up pairing it with a pan-seared mahi-mahi and it was perfect. Veggie Ingredients: 4 carrots 1 med-large sweet potato 1 pound Brussels sprouts ½ onion, chopped 2 T. olive oil 1 t. Salt 2 t.… Continue reading Brussels sprouts sweet potato salad
Do you ever wonder what our mental connection is to food? Or, how what we eat affects us physically AND mentally? Or why, when we are stressed or anxious we can that nervous belly? There has been more research coming out about this and it is quite interesting. I just requested a book from our… Continue reading Mind-Gut Connection