You know why I love the addition of seeds and nuts into my diet? Because it is so EASY to add them to pretty much anything I eat. I don't have to prep anything to add a super nutrition boost to my meals! I just sprinkle sliced nuts and seeds over everything. I mean, come on, … Continue reading Lets Talk About Hemp Seeds
Ran across this recipe for “Asado Chicken and Sautéed Lemon Zucchini ” on Pinterest and was NOT disappointed ☺️ I added cauliflower rice in with the zucchini to add some extra veggies (story of my life). Search for recipe name on Pinterest and it should pop up, DM me if you want me to send you the link ⭐️ made extra for Chris to take to work (I always cook excess for leftovers, it saves so much time and energy) • • • Other meal prepping I did today: cut up all my raw veggies for snacking, made some overnight oats, and baked some sweet potatoes. Little stuff to help us eat healthy all the time ⭐️
Pumpkin bread recipe from @rachlmansfield is to die for. It’s classified as paleo for its protein content plus dairy free (for those who follow dietary restrictions - I, myself, love dairy) and it is super filling! But I still might eat the whole thing myself if someone doesn’t stop me.
Sullivan just wanted to show off his newly acquired teeth. Thanks for the awesome photography hubs @thechrisscott
Enjoying some baked peaches covered in cinnamon and nutmeg + @so_delicious coconut whip while I wish for it to feel like fall outside (but reality, it’s so dang hot). Simple desserts without tons of added sugar are my jam ⭐️
Lunch fueled by @morningstarfarms and @zevia today. I try to consume minimal processed foods but these spicy black bean veggie burgers are so good they have been a staple in my diet recently! They don’t contain a ton of sodium (348mg per burger) and they are one of my favorite meat replacements that still contain adequate protein to keep me full. I don’t consume many things with high contents of sodium so this is workable in my diet without going over 2000mg/day of sodium which is the dietary guidelines to protect our hearts and kidneys which decreases our risk of high blood pressure, stroke, and heart attack (to name a few). One of my number one tips for my patients is to always read the nutrition label and check out how much sodium a food contains!
Officially introduced Sullivan to Alabama Football. Hoping he follows after his momma and choose’s Alabama as his college 😉