A mere 4 years ago I had an incredibly poor relationship with money. I was desperate to earn more because I never had enough. “I can’t afford it” was a sentence thrown around frequently. When I met @oscarledlin he taught me that money is merely about mindset, not an actual dollar amount. “The more freely you spend money and let go, the easier it will come back to you”, he would tell me. The amount of times this would leave me wanting to strangle him “I can’t just spend when I have bills!” I couldn’t, because my mindset was limited to that belief. He told me to start small. “Next time you get petrol, don’t even look what the $ per litre is. Just get the fuel and don’t worry about another servo being 10c less.” That I did.
I won’t go into too much detail, but this was the beginning of a life-changing mindset for me. No longer ordering brunch based on what wasn’t over priced. Ordering a take-away coffee in my keep cup errday instead of that instant life.... the list goes on and the ‘risks’ grew bigger. Eventually dropping $6k on a business coach to help me up-level was one of them. This was so out of my comfort zone I could have spewed. I was literally sweating paying the invoice. The more I changed my mindset, the more money I earned and the more I earned the less I cared for money. 2019 has been a killer year for me. I’ve smashed huge business and career goals, deepened friendships and my relationship, found more #selflove than I ever knew possible and am now embarking on a dream trip with my better half to Hawaii. Please, don’t mistake this for bragging, envy is absolute lowest of my desires. This is about wanting to show that you can break free from literally any situation holding you back. Period.
As cliche as it sounds, growth is uncomfortable. At times we will want to debate and resist. We will argue that people don’t understand or that we have it harder, but our greatest strength and biggest weakness are both our minds. What we give power to has power over us. If we want a better life, we have to be prepared to step into it 💛 we need to quit playing small. Dreams lay beyond the comfort zone 👊🏻
Posted at: 2019-07-18 00:10:34
🚫Don’t eat sugar.
🚫Don’t eat processed food.
🚫Don’t eat non-organic foods.
🚫Don’t eat late at night.
🚫Don’t skip a workout.
🚫Don’t give into cravings.
DON’T LET SOCIETY BOSS YOU AROUND
We live in a “diet culture” society where people are constantly caving in to diets that can be so harmful to your mental and physical health. Short term solutions will NOT give you long-term results, remember that. Stop giving in to all these fad diets that don’t work. Feed your body nutritious whole foods, enjoy your snacks, and treat yourself. Restricting yourself on what you eat is so mentally damaging. I encourage you to be more kind to yourself and your body and allow yourself to enjoy the foods you eat without feeling guilty about it later. If you want to make a big change in your life, change your habits, and turn that “diet” mentality into a lifestyle change.
Posted at: 2019-07-17 21:10:34
Chocolate, olives, bread and hummus.
I dare you, to try, really try and name a better combo. 😏
Posted at: 2019-07-18 00:48:14
There's nothing that will send your mind spinning with negative thoughts faster than clothes that don't fit.
Pro tip: go through your closet and get rid of anything that makes you feel uncomfortable in your body or shameful about your body.
You need clothes that fit your here and now body, not your body before or your body after. Bodies change, that's what they do! You aren't a before and after - you are a human being with a body that deserves respect RIGHT NOW.
If you need some inspiration, tune into today's episode of @nutrition.redefined podcast (because a well fitting bra will change your life!).
Posted at: 2019-07-17 20:18:19
Gracing your feed with these beauts because i we’re halfway through the week! And because no day is a bad day for chocolate IMO ☺️ .
Recipe is the same as the dark chocolate PB&J cups- just replace the jelly with store bought caramel and use milk chocolate instead of dark if you prefer! www.sammibrondo.com/blog/pbj-cups 🍫🍫
Posted at: 2019-07-16 20:05:20
Hands up if you love granola! 🙌🏻
I eat granola pretty much daily. But, 3 years ago granola was a HUGE fear food for me. 😬 Even though I loved it I NEVER let myself eat it. 🙅♀️I forced myself to eat lower calorie “swaps” like a crushed up rice cake or puffed rice cereal (basically air) with my yogurt snack. 🙈These “swaps” are totally NOT THE SAME and left me with constant obsessive thoughts of the granola I really wanted. I was frustrated at myself for not being able to just EAT IT! 😖
I remember one day I was at a brunch themed baby shower that served yogurt parfaits with granola already on it. 😳My first thought was to A.) ask for one without granola or B.) scoop it off into a napkin. My girlfriends who were in line to grab food in front of me all snagged a parfait without a second though. “What the legit hell, how did they do that so easily and WITHOUT logging it into My Fitness Pal to see if it “fit” first?!” I remember thinking. 😲One sweetheart of a friend grabbed a parfait for me so I didn’t have to reach- sweet gesture, but it made me PANIC. “Okay, Colleen. You can do this” I coached myself. I used her gesture and caring, reassuring eyes as the support I needed to eat this fear food… and? I DID! 🤩And it was delicious as hell. ❤️Now, as a girlfriend who has NO FOOD RULES, I support women just like you as they break their rules, challenge their fear food and start living a No Food Rules lifestyle, too! And it’s soooooo good!😘
The first step in becoming a food rule breaker for yourself is to get a clear idea of WHAT your food rules are. ✨I’ve created a free roadmap for you to do just that [link in bio] so that you can start breakin’ rules TODAY!😘
chocolate + raspberry breakfast bowls are always a fave 💓💓💓 to make, cook 1/2 cup oats, 1 tbsp cocoa powder, 1 tbsp ground flax, pinch salt, a little sweetener, 1/2 cup oat milk + 1/2 cup water until creamy/desired consistency / OR soak all ingredients in a jar overnight + enjoy ☺️
Posted at: 2019-07-18 12:45:27
Without motivation we likely wouldn’t get started with much at all.
But relying on motivation is where most people go wrong.
It’s not easy to follow the starvation diet or cleanse or detox. But for a brief time (7 days, 21 days, 30 days) it’s doable.
Motivation will help you power through.
But eventually your motivation will dwindle from a roaring flame to a dull burn, at best. Extinguished, worst and more likely. And at that point you’ll revert to your habits. What your mind and body knows best.
And if you haven’t spent time creating new, healthy, sustainable habits...you’ll go back to what you did before. Usually until you “undo” all the progress you just made (and then some), and you get another boost in motivation - sick, tired and disgusted - to try again.
Don’t get woo’d into the quick fix or rapid results or 7-day solution.
They rarely work. And almost always do more harm than good.
Take your time. Be patient. This isn’t a race. No need to rush. Relax. Deep breaths. Give yourself some leeway. Room to breath and make mistakes.
Because mistakes will happen. And that’s ok. It’s part of the process. By planning to make mistakes along the way, you eliminate the guilt you get when you go off track. And when you eliminate guilt, you eliminate the binges and feelings of failure that keep you from getting back on track.
Take it slow. You’ve got all the time in the world. There’s no finish line. No race. Just time.
Take your time. Enjoy it.
#flexiblediet#flexibledieter #flexibledieting #iifym#ifitfitsitsits#intuitiveeating#cleaneating#moderation#healthyeating#carbs#carbohydrates#carbcycling#keto#ketodiet #nutrition#healthcoach#healthcoachtips #primaldieting#primallifestyle#primalhealthcoach
Posted at: 2019-07-18 12:42:50
Like any good Southern girl, I love going to the Farmer's Market and getting fresh GA or SC peaches 🍑🍑🍑this time of year. They only thing better is this ✨Fresh Peach Salsa.✨ With the sweet fresh peaches, lime juice, and cilantro... it's mouthwateringly addictive!
Tap on my profile, @Julie_Wunder, for a clickable link.
⭐️ https://www.runninginaskirt.com/fresh-peach-salsa-recipe/ ⭐️
Healing is a gift; let it flow to you
Accept the opportunity to become present and hone in on detail. Indulge in the chance to make the micro adjustments that instill the patterns on long-lasting change
What would happen if instead of resentful, we chose to feel abundant for every injury
Depression, anxiety and fear?
These things work for us
You manifested your pain in order to grow. Blossom. Expand the circumference of your awareness
Lean into it. Evolve 🦋
Evening pantry raids! 🥙
I see so many people beat themselves up for “overindulging” in the evening… but when we look at what they’re eating during the day, it’s NO WONDER that they feel like eating the whole damn pantry come 5pm! #hangry Lunch and snacks are often unsubstantial, with hardly any staying power… leafy greens and tuna 5 hours ago, anyone? 👀
🍽 To help create physically satisfying lunches and dinners, try this balanced formula as a rough guide 👉🏼
🐟 1/4 protein source: eggs, fish, chickpeas, black beans, beef, chicken, tofu, quinoa, cheese, soy beans etc.
🍞 1/4 carb source: bread, pasta, potato, sweet potato, rice, quinoa, barley, sorghum etc. (wholegrain/high fibre varieties are generally more filling + have added health benefits)
🥒 1/2 veggies
🧀 A source of fat/oil: avo, oil in a dressing, cheese, nuts, seeds, tahini, mayo etc.
I have to emphasise the “guide” part (NOT a rule), it’s important to tweak this according to your hunger/fullness levels, personal eating pattern and lifestyle. It’s also not always practical and that’s perfectly fine 🤷🏼♀️
Stay tuned for a post on how we can make meals more psychologically 🧠 satisfying! 😋
It can be scary revealing my inner truth publicly.
I do so in the trust that it will reach at least one person that day that needs to hear it in that very moment.
So they know they’re not alone. That they’re not the only person that feels crazy in their monkey mind.
So they feel hope, that if I can turn it around, so can they.
So they know I am here to help them when they feel the time is right to focus on their own self development.
This week in my free private Facebook group, Make Friends With Your Body, I’m being particularly vulnerable and sharing some extracts from one of my journals from a few years back. When I was still feeling uncomfy in my own skin but determined to turn it around.
I love how my clients embrace journaling from the get go. It’s just one of the many tools I share with them to help them on their journey.
If you’re looking for support to finally put an end to destructive, self-sabotaging thoughts & behaviours and grow in confidence from the inside out, then please reach out to talk more about the range of ways I can help from my free community to one on one support.
Summer time is perfect to experiment with new habits:
Fresh vegetables from the farmers markets.
Outdoor games and evening walks.
Most important - instead of going on another diet, get out of bondage to food and diets.
Hop over to my website www.thevireolife.com to learn How to Overcome the Guilt and Shame of Diets and Get Fit the Sane Way.
A simple summer read to break free.
Posted at: 2019-07-18 12:22:20
Whatever you're going through today, forgive yourself.
Look at yourself and the world around you and still show up.
Breathe. Be gentle. Hold yourself tight.
We need you , all parts of you, no matter what, as. you. are. .
Repeat after me “ I have the right to be myself”
فاكرين مبدا ال #intuitiveeating او التغذية الحدسية اللي كلمتكم عنها قبل كده ؟؟ .
.هنتكلم عنها بتفاصيل اكتر شويه عشان ده مبدا لسه جديد وعامل ضجه كبيره جداااا في امريكا وللاسف هنا لا حس ولا خبر ولا حد جاب سيرته .
. ببساطه الفكره كلها قايمه علي الغاء فكرة الدايت ،، فكره ان الواحد اصلا يمنع نوع اكل معين او فئه معينه ،، فكره يوم الفري ، فكره الحرمان ..
.المبدا كلو قايم علي فكره ان الدايت اسواء حاجه الناس عملتها في نفسها وان ٨٠ % من اللي بيعمل دايت يا بيفشل يا بيخس وبيرجع يتخن تاني وللاسف بيتخن اكتر من الاول .. .
.بيستندو علي دراسات كتير جداااا اتعملت ولسه بتتعمل علي الاثار الجانبيه للدايت علي الشخص سواء نجح او فشل في خساره الوزن ومنها : .
.🌟الاصابة باضطرابات الطعام .
.🌟رغبه في استهلاك سعرات اكبر من الطبيعي .
.🌟اكتئاب وافكار انتحارية .
.🌟نظرة مشوه للاكل .
.🌟ده غير بقي القلق والتوتر والاعراض المصاحبة ليهم ،، ومحور الكون كلو بالنسبالنا يبقي الوزن والشكل الخارجي فقط ،، ومش مهم الصحه خالص .
بالمنسابة عملية زياده الوزن ليها اكتر من ١٠٠ سبب غير الاكل ،، وجامعه هارفرد كتبتهم في مقال قبل كده وقالت ان لو الموضوع كده ليه الناس مركزين اوي علي كميه الاكل وسايبين الاسباب الاقوي ، زي التوتر مثلا ، والنوم ، والاكتئاب ، والهرمونات ،، ووو .
.في الاخر هما بينادو اننا نبطل نركز علي الوزن كمقياس للصحه ونطل ناكل عشان وزننا ،، ونبدا ناكل عشان صحتنا الجسدية والنفسية ،، .
.تقدرو تدورو وتعملو بحث عليه هتفهمو اكتر .
هاكلمكم عن تفاصيل اكتر الفتره الي الجاية ان شاء الله عشان الاسئله الكتير اللي بتجيلي ،، وهتلاقو البوستات اللي بتكلم فيها عن الموضوع ده علي الهاشتاج ده 👇👇👇
You have permission to eat foods that you miss / used to enjoy before diet culture or your eating disorder took over! How freeing is that?? 💙✨ Name a food that you miss that needs to come back into your life ASAP 👏🏼⬇️
So the reality is, if you restrict and deny, you WILL hit a “f*ck it” point (scientific term 😂) and end up throwing all good sense out the window and eating all the things uncontrollably. Then it will evolve into days of “bad” eating and you’ll feel guilty and/or like a failure. That leads to feeling that you’ve been kicked off some imaginary wagon where only perfection is allowed and you give up on your health and yourself. IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE LIKE THIS! in the FASTer Way, we teach you to practice grace over perfection—explaining when to enjoy your favorite foods. This realistic approach allows for SUSUTAINABILITY and ongoing results. 💗 My next round of the FASTer Way launches on Monday. If you’re sick of the restrict-then-guilt cycle, this might be your solution. Click the link in my bio @belowthefork to learn more 💗 #belowthefork
Posted at: 2019-07-18 12:09:40
Myths about non-diet approach advocates...
There is a lot of criticism about the non-diet movement right now, which is to be expected with something that challenges the status quo. Whilst I’m open to critique, debate and discussion, most of the content I’ve seen has been based upon misconceptions. Here are just a few:
‘They deny that calories exist’ 🧐
I’ve not heard anyone denying the existence of calories. They are a unit of energy and we are reminded of that almost anytime that we see a packet of food. The claim of non-diet advocates, such as myself, is that not only it is unnecessary to count them to learn about nutrition but it also has the potential to do harm, physically and mentally. Just because that doesn’t happen to everyone, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t possible. You don’t get a heads up about your genetic predisposition (yes we’re learning more about genomics but we’re not there yet.) 🤓
‘They tell people what to do with their bodies’ 🧐
Again, no. A non-diet approach isn’t anti-body autonomy. You have the right to do whatever you want with your body but I can’t advocate for something which I perceive to be damaging based on the evidence available. If you choose to diet, that’s up to you but it makes me sad that our culture has made you think you need to. I wholeheartedly believe that all bodies are valuable and do not need to be modified to fit in with arbitrary societal standards. 🤓
‘They are not evidence-based’ 🧐
This is another no. I’ve laid out all the scientific reasons for advocating for a non-diet approach in other posts. To keep it short: you can become healthier without losing weight, there is not a clear-cut relationship between weight and health, we know that dieting can cause mental and physical harm and we know that for the majority of people it is unsustainable. Most people that go on diets will regain the weight they lost (sometimes more) within a year or so. The small minority that do maintain weight loss typically have disordered eating and exercise habits. These aren’t acknowledged because they have ‘normal’ BMIs but would be seen as problematic if they were underweight. 🤓
Did you believe these myths?
Posted at: 2019-07-18 12:07:45
Dieting ..... I know a thing or two about that subject. I’ve been dieting for six years to lose 120 pounds to what you see today. I’ve logged every calorie for the last six years and even down to the exact macro percentage breakdown in the last three years. I planned my whole day around the correct caloric and macro breakdown. Often skipping or switching foods as needed to get my numbers to align. That’s a lot of time and stress. *
I talked to Mo about wanting to get to a point I wouldn’t obsess about my nutritional numbers, be happy at where my body keeps settling at and STOP DIETING. Well I am now doing that! In the last month I am doing the principles of Intuitive Eating. Intuitive eating involves rejecting the diet culture, learning to honor hunger cues, eat to be full and satiated, and knowing there is no good or bad foods - NO GUILT. You eat mindful for your needs and lifestyle. That means I could eat a bowl of ice cream for dinner with no guilt however I wouldn’t because I know it wouldn’t give my body the nutrition it needs and I would feel sluggish. *
After one month of intuitive eating I successfully maintained my weight - exactly what I wanted to happen. I am ecstatic about that because I had a camping trip with donuts, July 4th barbecue with friends, a pool party, and Amanda’s birthday celebration in there.
Tips I applied even with some indulgence:
>My knowledge of food I developed over the years, I’m a walking encyclopedia of nutritional numbers.
>I am consistent with my eating. I eat some of the same things all the time.
>I cook most of my meals and do food prep. My meals are simple, emphasizing lots of vegetables, lean protein and healthy fats. >I eat out rarely. It’s a treat for me. >I know the foods I react to since I completed an elimination diet.
>Consistency with training
>Drinking my water >Meditating and sleeping enough >Less stress from not thinking about food
>My health and well-being is a priority!
Posted at: 2019-07-18 12:06:09
Why are we so connected to this? The weight we were in high school. We were hardly out of adolescence, barely done growing, our bodies still working hard at bone formation and brain development. We were children, or just barely “adults” (if you can call it that at the age of 18). Why does this weight become the weight at which one should remain to be deemed “a hard worker” or “dedicated” or”has it together” or has “taken care of one’s self”?
The answer (as are most on my answers when I ask a rhetorical question 🤦🏻♀️) is diet culture. It’s the message that says, “Stay as ‘thin’ as you were in adolescence and if you can’t, keep trying.”
It’s the influence it has on our children as they go off to college, fearing the “freshman 15” (which, by the way is another giant pile of steaming diet culture bullsh**, but a discussion for another day) and focusing more energy on avoiding weight gain at all costs than actually enjoying the college experience.
It’s the under-representation of size diversity ‼️EVERYWHERE‼️ we look, modeling that one body size is correct, but others are wrong.
It’s weight bias and weight stigma.
It’s the oppression and healthism those who live in larger bodies experience daily.
It’s the message we get from our well-meaning-but-(sometimes)-under-informed medical community that tells us weight gain itself is bad for your health and we must avoid it at all costs.
It’s the elevation and privilege our society gives to people in smaller bodies.
Let me be frank: our bodies change. They are supposed to change. And grow. And experience. It is NOT “the norm” for women to live in the exact same body size / shape / weight at age 18 and age 30. Yet almost every woman I know feels shame around her body, feels like she’s failing if she can’t get her body “back.”
Y’all. It’s time for something new.
🌿 Wait, you mean to tell me that weight loss DID NOT improve disease outcomes for fat folks with type 2 diabetes?! .
🌿 If you read an article in the newspaper that presents the relationship between weight and disease outcome as “causal” or if the word “fact” is thrown around in there too, be cautious.
🌿 Correlation does not imply causation, and when we break down the plethora of research on weight and health outcomes, the ONLY thing we can say for certain is this issue is far too complicated to be reduced to cause and effect. There’s just too many confounding (conflicting) variables at play. That’s not because science sucks, but because our bodies are complicated and they do not exist outside of context (social, cultural, environmental).
At my son's 7th birthday party a few weeks ago, he skipped dinner, saying he wasn't hungry (read: too busy to stop and play), and instead ate 3 bowls of ice cream with toppings for dessert.
You might think this sounds extreme, or like horrible parenting to not force him to eat and to allow him that much ice cream. But by the time dessert came around, he was super hungry. He needed something to fill up on. So he needed more than one bowl of ice cream.
I offered him dinner again but he didn't want it. And ice cream was out and available. He ate it until he was satisfied and we all moved on. There were NO issues. He played some more, felt fine, and went to bed later.
Nothing about it was a fail. And we've had moments when he's eaten candy and gotten a tummy ache. Those aren't fails either. They're just experiences to learn from. He remembers those moments and thinks about them when deciding how much to eat.
And the next day, on his actual birthday, when we had ice cream again, he took about two bites and went off to play. It melted into soup and was thrown away without another thought.
When we allow these moments to just be experiences, without judgment (for us and our kids), they even themselves out and allow for a healthy and intuitive relationship with food. The judgment and fear around them is what creates the energy and unhealthy relationship with foods.
And if you need more support navigating these situations, I created this free guide, SUGAR SCENARIOS. It provides Practical Responses (what to say AND what to do) to Your Most Common Situations with Your Sweet Tooth Kid!
Download it today by clicking the link in the Bio👆 where you can also find the link to our Facebook community, Joyful Eating for Your Family!
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What do you think of when you hear “self-care?” Do you instantly picture facials and bubble baths and massages? What about eating? Have you ever thought the act of sitting down and eating a meal as self-care?
This concept can refer to so many different things, but I personally love talking about eating AS self-care. Self-care is defined as the daily process of attending to your basic physical and emotional needs, which include the shaping of your daily routine, relationships, and environment.
Tell me, do you take the time to attend to your basic needs each day? Do you struggle with finding time to show yourself care? Do you often spend all your time focused on others but not enough on yourself? If this sounds familiar, you likely feel drained, exhausted, and hopeless at times. Are you interested in learning a better way to care for yourself?
Cozy lunches with my fave @killingeve 🥰 ———-
Salad with mushrooms roasted in sesame oil + steamed spring onions and courgette (makes it easier for my stomach) + peaches + smoked tofu on a bed of spinach and lettuce with a homemade miso tahini teriyaki dressing (wild, I know 🤪) and nutritional yeast, yet to be added !!
Lunchboxes for Thursday July 18th.
A mix of boxes today as one eater is out and about supervising an end of term trip to an adventure park. Normally the boxes are kept in the fridge until lunch but that’s not possible on a day out and as it’s nice and warm the next best thing was this standby bento box with its own inbuilt ice pack. Hopefully this keeps everything nice and fresh so that both lunches can be equally enjoyed 😊.
Today’s boxes include;
🍴Grilled peaches wrapped in Serrano ham with some extra crispy ham crumbles.
🍴Bistro salad - mixed leaves & shredded beetroot, with feta & black olives.
🍴Tomatoes in ‘his’.
🍴Raspberry & balsamic dressing pots.
🍴Bagel halves with crunchy peanut butter & strawberry jam.
🍴Mini breadsticks in ‘hers’; salted potato sticks in ‘his’.
🍴Coconut chocolate pot in ‘hers’; raspberry coconut panna cotta & chocolates in ‘his’.
And that’s it. One full school year of lunches all packed up. Every working lunch has been made since September with each one being different in its contents but all sharing (I hope) the message that balance, nourishment, health never come from restricting the things that you love. You can’t hate yourself happy or punish your body into health, and I hope my boxes have boosted my eaters beliefs that they are loved, worthy and valued just by being who they are, as they are.
As I’m sure is true for lots of posts on Instagram there is a much deeper significance behind my boxes, but I’ll spare you my backstory, just know they’ve allowed me to give something back to a family whose unwavering support holds me together, they may take me longer than most to create, they may have their failings but hopefully they’ve shared the love I feel for my family in ways that I am unable to do myself. .
I’m still amazed, and very humbled that so many people have followed along since Easter, who knew lunchboxes could offer so much more than a midday meal 😊.
Enjoy your lunches, however they look and whatever they mean to you, as long as they are driven by your heart they can’t ever be wrong. You do you 🌻.
Vegan Rustic Peach Cake 🍑.
Plutot pêche ou brugnon?
Perso je suis fan des brugnons jaunes, c'est pour ça que j'en achète toujours trop et qu'il faut les recycler quand ils sont trop mûrs 😀.
Pour changer des tartes rustiques, je vous propose aujourd'hui une recette moelleuse mais toujours rustique. Elle est très simple, vegan, sans huile et sans sucre ajouté, mais reste super agréable en plus d'être rassasiante 🤤.
Pour deux personnes :
🍑60g farine de grand ou petit épeautre
🍑80g compote de pomme SSA
🍑10g beurre de cacahuète @nu3_fr (-15% avec MAILO15)
🍑10g poudre d'amande
🍑1CAC levure chimique
🍑1CAC vinaigre de cidre + 1 pincée bicarbonate alimentaire (pour le moelleux)
🍑1 pincee sel, cannelle, vanille
🍑1brugnon bien mûr
Préchauffez le four à 180.
Ajoutez progressivement la compote au beurre de cacahuète puis l'amande en poudre avant de procéder avec le reste des ingrédients. Vous pouvez utiliser de la farine de grand ou de petit épeautre, de blanche à complète en sachant que le grand épeautre sera plus moelleux que le petit épeautre et que la farine blanche sera plus moelleuse que la complète.
Versez la pâte dans un moule afin de l'étaler sur un cm de hauteur ou directement sur une surface allant au four. Utilisez vos mains humidifiées pour lisser la pâte avant d'ajouter les fines tranches de fruit.
La cuisson dure environ 15 minutes.
Comme la recette est sans sucre ajouté n'hésitez pas à déguster avec un filet de sirop de coco @nu3_fr.
Qui va tenter 🙋🏿♀️.
Tag un ami fan de recettes rustiques😀.
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Posted at: 2019-07-18 11:42:30
👶🏼👴🏼Just like our faces, our bodies change too! 👶🏼👴🏼
Quick reminder: As we grow older, our body changes
2️⃣Composition (fat % vs muscle mass% etc. ) and
3️⃣Energy expenditure patterns
...to support us in the best way possible at that particular stage of life.
We can either:
➡️ OPTION A
🤯Get fixated on a body shape/ size we once were (eg. how we looked in college)
🤯set unrealistic weight loss goals,
🤯and get permanently stuck in a highly restrictive and unhealthy yo-yo weight cycle.
🤗We can respect our body and realise that it is bound to change with time.
🤗Be more more compassionate and kind towards ourselves.
🤗 eat healthful foods 🥬🥕🍓+ exercise 💪🏻 from a place of self-care rather than self loathe,
🤗 and live life peacefully.
Which side are you on?!🤔
Have a wonderful day you guys!💫
Your food choices should have nothing to do with your body image. 😊
Reposted from @drcolleenreichmann
Body image can ebb and flow. But there is no way we can have that colorful life most of us are probably looking for if we let body image dictate our food intake. Ya with me?
If you wake up feeling negatively towards your body today, try to offer yourself some compassion. (It’s hard work unlearning a lifetime of hateful self-talk and cultural messages after all)
Then, take a deep breath, and tell yourself that breakfast is waiting. Remind yourself that you deserve that energy no matter what, and that restricting is a one way road. You’re taking a new path now❤️
Posted at: 2019-07-18 11:27:31
I love everything about this art from @jessrachelsharp , the sweetness out of the color and flowers, the kind positivity out of the quote, it’s all good! It makes me feel good! So here’s to you dear lovely lovable readers if it can make you feel good too 😉. You are enough, you do enough, you have enough. You are doing your best, and that’s exactly alright! Your best does not look the same everyday, which is normal, because it depends in your mood, tiredness, level of stress anxiety, level of pain and how much your body can impact you. Your best is changing, day by day, even within the day, and it’s fine. Live your life by your own terms, adapted to your current situation and condition. You’ve got this. Happy #thursday and take good care of yourself 💜💛💚💙🧡❤️
For me, real nutrition is about building a healthy relationship with food; it is a place where you feel happy as well as healthy in your body 🍏🥞
There isn't a "one plan fits all" miracle, success looks different for each one of us, every little achievement counts 👌
Most of the cases of disordered eating some of us develop in life, is due to body unsatisfaction. Usually, we spend a lot of money and we are willing to try anything that promises us that will change our bodies - without even questioning the future consequences. .
This is where the disconnection to our natural intuitive eating abilities gets messed up 🤷🏼♀️
The good news are, you can say good bye to binge eating or any other unwanted food habits and re-learn how to eat intuitively, making peace with food and your body forever 💚 🎉
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I look forward to hearing from you 😄
It’s been 2 weeks since I last gave an update on how I am since #ditchthediet. That in itself is a good sign 🙂 the internal chatter around food has basically gone away. No longer thinking about my diet 24/7. That has freed up a lot of mental space to concentrate on more important things. Would love to be able to sit here and tell you the lbs are melting away and #hde or #intuitiveeating (whichever it is as still not sure!) has meant I have found my happy weight but the reality is I am heavier than I have been for a long time. I don’t know for sure as not weighing. But the biggest difference is that I am trying not to care. I am no longer analysing my body in the mirror and tearing strips off myself. Weight loss was still my ambition when I finally said no more to #sw. I treated #hde as the new magic pill to being my dream weight. Realise now that is ridiculous. All I do know is I am eating well. Lots of variety. Definitely eating less and I believe that at some point I will be happy with where I end up. The pic was me on my birthday a couple of weeks ago. Dress is a size up. But smile is just as big had it not been. Still ran down a robber last week from Tesco 😆 still won a game at my sons sports day 🤛 still healthy. Still strong. Why should I care what I weigh? #ditchthediet#antidiet#antidietrevolution #intuitiveeating#ie#repairingthedamageofdiets#disorganisedeater#selfcare#lovingmyself
As well as wanting to look and feel good about myself, it’s no secret that being overweight increases your chances of being diabetic so I’m glad to be decreasing that risk.
I’m currently at the eye clinic with my mum who’s having a diabetic screening. She has lost 6 stone but before was insulin dependent and the reality really hits home.
Weight loss is not just aesthetics, it’s our internal health too! 👍🏻🌈💋💛🦋👏🏻
Pra mim, se não é feito com leite condensado, manteiga e chocolate em pó, NÃO Ė BRIGADEIRO, é outra coisa, então não dê o nome de brigadeiro!!! 😤
Porque não comer um brigadeiro quando se tem vontade???? Vai ficar enganando seu organismo até ele se descontrolar??? #intuitiveeating#brigadeiro
Cosy breakfast on this drizzly day from @26grains with @rawandroasted 😍
Banana, tahini, honey and cinnamon porridge!🥄
Did you know that tahini and sesame are a great source of plant based calcium? And more importantly it’s totally delicious sweet and savoury.👌🏽
Happy Thursday ❤️
Posted at: 2019-07-18 10:00:25
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