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Food talk:
“Don’t over complicate simple things”
You’ve heard this all before, that’s why I’m reminding you! -
Food should be easy, enjoyed, and eaten (I’m talking those “I eat a slice of toast in the morning, and then at dinner again” kinda people)
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Food should be easy. Simple (pun totally intended 🤣)
While there are huge healthy recipes out there with loads of ingredients in them, these nourishing ingredients can tally up to loads of calories too. Keep things sweet and simple, and be mindful of over doing the high calorie content ingredients in place of conventional choices (for all you bakers and smoothie lovers out there).
You cannot go wrong with a solid protein at every meal, with some complex carbs filled with fiber (simple carbs won’t kill you every once in a while either) and a little bit of great fat sources. WHOLE FOODS: THATS ALL YOUR BODY REALLY NEEDS
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Food is meant to be enjoyed. I’m talking spices, herbs and sauces y’all. With an array of sugar-free, gluten-free, lactose-free, egg-free, everything and it’s combination-free ranges of sauces, spices, sweets, the works, you’re able to enjoy the great things in life (of course) BUT don’t get too caught up in a world of spotless eating. People can become disconnected socially when diet becomes an obsession. Splash out and live a little from time-to-time (she says while thinking of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream 🤤) It’ll do well for your sanity, prevent binge eating, and help you nurture a healthy relationship with food again. 80/20 all the way baby!
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Food is meant to be eaten. Good food. All the time. 
Want to lose weight? You’re going to have to eat food. When you overly restrict your calorie intake your body isn’t capable of helping you burn fat healthily, and you’ll battle to feed your bodily functions on a regular day. Along with this of course, the magical metabolism slows down because of an imbalance between 2 hormones. Ghrelin is released which tells you you’re hungry and is a fat-storing hormone, making you soft and fluffy! Eat more good calories, and your body will release the fat-burning hormone leptin which tells your body it’s full, and speeds up your metabolism!
Food talk: “Don’t over complicate simple things” You’ve heard this all before, that’s why I’m reminding you! - Food should be easy, enjoyed, and eaten (I’m talking those “I eat a slice of toast in the morning, and then at dinner again” kinda people) - Food should be easy. Simple (pun totally intended 🤣) While there are huge healthy recipes out there with loads of ingredients in them, these nourishing ingredients can tally up to loads of calories too. Keep things sweet and simple, and be mindful of over doing the high calorie content ingredients in place of conventional choices (for all you bakers and smoothie lovers out there). You cannot go wrong with a solid protein at every meal, with some complex carbs filled with fiber (simple carbs won’t kill you every once in a while either) and a little bit of great fat sources. WHOLE FOODS: THATS ALL YOUR BODY REALLY NEEDS - Food is meant to be enjoyed. I’m talking spices, herbs and sauces y’all. With an array of sugar-free, gluten-free, lactose-free, egg-free, everything and it’s combination-free ranges of sauces, spices, sweets, the works, you’re able to enjoy the great things in life (of course) BUT don’t get too caught up in a world of spotless eating. People can become disconnected socially when diet becomes an obsession. Splash out and live a little from time-to-time (she says while thinking of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream 🤤) It’ll do well for your sanity, prevent binge eating, and help you nurture a healthy relationship with food again. 80/20 all the way baby! - Food is meant to be eaten. Good food. All the time. Want to lose weight? You’re going to have to eat food. When you overly restrict your calorie intake your body isn’t capable of helping you burn fat healthily, and you’ll battle to feed your bodily functions on a regular day. Along with this of course, the magical metabolism slows down because of an imbalance between 2 hormones. Ghrelin is released which tells you you’re hungry and is a fat-storing hormone, making you soft and fluffy! Eat more good calories, and your body will release the fat-burning hormone leptin which tells your body it’s full, and speeds up your metabolism!

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