Wondering how to do a plant based diet right? You’re in luck. This ultimate beginners guide has everything you need. From a plant based food list to meal plans…we’ve left nothing out.
What to Eat
It’s January and if you’re like most people, you’re on a diet. The one you chose was likely determined by what your friends are doing, what’s getting the most advertising dollars, what you’ve lost a little weight with before, or the diet you’ve never tried and are hoping will finally result in weight loss. For you, the ketogenic diet might have ticked all those boxes. But have you wondered if there’s a right way to do a ketogenic diet? As a nutritionist, people ask me that question a lot. And while my answer goes against the grain, it’s the only healthy way to do a keto diet. So today I’m going to answer that question and leave you with a solid foundation for doing keto the right way.
How many of you are planning to start some type of diet in the New Year? How many of you did that last year as well? I’m guessing most of you are raising your hand and most of you didn’t do too well after the energy of your New Year’s weight loss resolution fizzled out. The 12 simple steps in this post are just what’s needed to put an end to holiday weight gain and start the weight loss process while the holiday parties and cookies are still in abundance. These simple steps will allow you to enjoy the holidays while still taking great care of the amazing you God created.
There’s a healthy sweet for the gluten free, vegan, low carb, paleo, refined sugar free, and anyone else on your list. We’ve rounded up all kinds of healthy sweets that are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face.
We’ve done all the planning for you and compiled 27 Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes that are sure to please everyone at the dinner table. Paleo, Gluten free, Vegan, Whole 30, and regular ‘ol “eats anything” people are sure to find more than enough to eat when you plan your Thanksgiving meal around the recipes we’ve rounded up for you. Use this Thanksgiving Meal Planning Sheet to organize your meal and cook times.Then sit back, have a cup of tea, and relax for a minute before next week’s cooking begins.
Mindful eating, at its simplest, is about paying attention to the what, where, when, why, and how’s of what you eat. The blogosphere and Dr. Google are overflowing with mindful eating promises. Will it work for you and how’s a Christian woman supposed to know if mindful eating is even okay? This post will provide mindful eating practices that work, while still honoring the God who made you and the food He created to nourish His temple, your body.
You start your day with a healthy balanced breakfast, pack a beautiful salad for lunch, and head out the door determined to stop craving junk food and sugar. Then life happens and the handful of M&Ms became the bag and the bag became a pint of ice cream before bed. How in the world are you going to stay away from food temptation and stop food cravings?
You aren’t alone. Anyone can have cravings for unhealthy food and there’s a multitude of things that can lead to food cravings.
A quick google search shows that women want to know about beauty. These 4 tips for keeping your body beautiful and healthy are about caring for yourself the way you’d care for God’s physical dwelling place – His temple. Society has made outer appearance a part of our identity. Even worse, we tend to base our self-worth on our hair, makeup, clothes, and body size. The world puts a lot of value and stock in how a person looks on the outside. Christians should care about their outer appearance as a means to reflect a heart that’s been molded and shaped by God and to accentuate God’s handiwork, you!