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Much Deserved Meals

Posted on April 14 by
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Let's not call them "cheat" meals, let's call them "much deserved" meals when you eat healthy 80% of the time.
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Patience

Posted on April 11 by
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"Learn the art of patience. Apply discipline to your thoughts when they become anxious over the outcome of a goal. Impatience breeds anxiety, fear, discouragement and failure. Patience creates confidence, decisiveness and a rational outlook, which eventually leads to success." ~ Brian Adamspic2

Food Prepping Ideas

Posted on April 04 by
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Food prepping for the week is so helpful when you are busy or get home too late to start cooking.

I like to make items that I can mix and match to create different meals out of left overs.

I baked boneless, skinless chicken thighs that were lightly coated in olive oil, salt and pepper.

The acorn squash I baked and mashed with butter and cinnamon.

The spaghetti squash I simply cooked in the microwave.

I sauteed mushrooms in butter and garlic and mixed with a spicy marinara sauce.

Meal combos:

1. Chicken and acorn squash
2. Mushroom marinara over "spaghetti"
3. Mushroom marinara and chicken "spaghetti"
4. Mix pre-bought pesto in the "spaghetti" and mix in diced up chicken to make a pesto and chicken "spaghetti"food

Omega 3

Posted on March 30 by
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Notice that four of the symptoms have to do specifically with brain health. Your brain depends on you eating fats called EFAs or essential fatty acids. They are called essential because the body can not produce them and it is essential that you include them in your diet.

The following are high in omega 3:

Flaxseed
Fish oil/Fatty fish
Chia seed
Walnuts
Fish roe
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