The yogurt on the left has 80 calories and 0 fat. The avocado on the right contains between 200-250 calories and around 20-25g of fat. The old me would have 💯 percent gone for the yogurt on the left as it’s lower in calories & lower in fat, right? 10 years ago I was pretty much living on low fat yogurts & other low fat processed foods because I thought they were healthier than real food. They contain less calories and allowed me to keep control of the amount of calories I was eating which I thought was super important. But guess where that got me? It got me physically & mentally SICK!!! I developed Candida, IBS and my PCOS symptoms were out of control (bloating, bad skin & mood swings). I didn’t understand at the time that it was related to the food I was eating as I thought I was eating super healthy but turning around my diet and dropping all processed foods completely healed me, gave me more energy than I ever had before and drop the extra weight I had been trying so hard to get rid of in the gym. I started feeling calmer in my mind too. Counting calories is like being in a hamster wheel and constantly weighing up what you’re eating and how you’re gonna burn it off. For me it became somewhat of an obsession and I was constantly exercising to try and burn as many calories as I had eaten (or more). It was a miserable life and it didn’t work! What worked was healing my gut with whole foods and learning to trust my intuition when I choose food. It’s been the most liberating thing ever! 🙏🙏🙏 Now would I eat the full avocado on the right? If I’m really hungry and that it’s all I’ve got on hand, yes. But otherwise I may just have half because it’s really filling or I’ll combine it with other whole foods to make a meal out of it. But would I worry about my fat, calorie, protein or carb count? Absolutely NOT! I know I need all macros in my diet but that it’s more important to focus on the QUALITY of the foods rather than on COUNTING MACROS or calories. Coincidentally (or not) this is exactly what was found to be the key component to weight loss in a study conducted by Stanford University. Follow the link in my bio for the full article. #qualityoverquantity
J'adore les salades ! 🥗
Pour réduire mon acné, j'ai du favoriser les crudités à chaque repas pour soutirer un max de vitamines ! J'y ai pris goût et j'adore varier et innover un peu mes plats !
C'est important d'ajouter des légumes et fruits crus à son alimentation ! C'est fais, vivant, c'est bon pour la peau, le transit et c'est plein de vitamines qui n'ont pas été éliminées par la cuisson ! 🥒🍅🥑🥕🍏🍌🍍
Voilà en gros ce que je mange ! Ce midi c'est pour le moins assez vert ! ☮️LES INGRÉDIENTS☮️
➡️mâche / lamb's lettuce
➡️pousses d'épinards / spinach
➡️un avocat 🥑 ➡️un peu d'endives ➕Soupoudrez d'un peu d'amandes broyées pour un peu de proteines ! ➕SAUCE ➡️ Un filet d'huile d'olive et du jus de citron vert pour la fraicheur ! 🍋
//Olive oil & lemon juice
Cette salade est super fraiche ! A manger sans modération et à varier selon les goûts ! 😘
Carob comes from the pod of a tree that grows along the Mediterranean Sea. The pod contains a sweet, edible pulp. Once dried and roasted, the pulp is ground into a powder called carob flour (but more commonly referred to as "carob powder"). Carob is naturally sweet, low in fat, high in fiber, has calcium, and no caffeine.
Carob berasal dari polong sebuah pohon yang tumbuh di sepanjang Laut Mediterania. Polong tsb berisikan bongkahan bubuk manis yang dapat dimakan. Setelah kering dan dipanggang, bongkahan itu diolah menjadi bubuk yang disebut tepung carob(tapi lebih sering disebut "bubuk carob"). Carob memiliki rasa manis, rendah lemak, tinggi serat,dan tidak mengandung kafein. (sumber:wholefoodsmarket.com)
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