If you’re like most women, you’ve heard about “body shaming”, but have you heard of “Health or Diet Shaming??” Probably not, because I just made it up! But stick with me on today’s podcast episode! This is a real thing and chances are you’ve been impacted by it at some point or another. Diet or Health Shaming is the guilt you feel when you realize that the current diet you've been following (even one that helped you feel much better) isn't serving you the way it once did, but you're afraid you'll be criticized for "jumping ship" and jumping on the next "diet bandwagon." (Wow that was a lot of quotation marks...) Here's the deal. You are an ever evolving, changing and dynamic individual, and your needs can change over days, months or years. It is not only your right to listen to your intuition and make changes that serve you and help you feel amazing, it's your purpose!! We are here to feel energetic, joyous and vibrant. And part of that journey is giving our bodies what they need to make it happen. Today we are talking about 5 steps to free you from any dietary or health box or label so that you can be free to feel your best. Find this episode on the Podcast Page on the site!
I have your guide to a perfect holiday roast right here, on the blog! 🎄 A perfect Roast has a pink center and has a a juicy bite. I am going to walk you through this roast step by step (gravy included) so you can get it just right! ❄️ Want the recipe? Just click the link in the bio! Enjoy!
Some recipes are a family staple. Passed down through generations, and often loved by nearly everyone (sometimes simply because of the memories they invoke). Our Pigs In a Blanket, aka Cabbage Rolls, are just that. . This is a meal common in numerous cultures and found in family recipe collections all over the world. I mean, how cool is that? . Our version is based off my great grams recipe and includes vegetarian and Paleo variations! . Cabbage rolls are a labor of love but well worth the prep. You can actually make smaller versions and serve them for holiday parties, which is exactly what I’ll be doing this year 💚❤️ They’re super festive! Find the recipe via the link below or in our profile @ourfoodfix! https://www.ourfoodfix.com/pigs-in-a-blanket/
Roasted Cabbage with Cranberry Salsa! Delicious side to add to any meal! Roasted Cabbage 1 head green cabbage Olive oil Kosher salt Black pepper Caraway seed Heat oven 425’. Cut cabbage into 6 wedges drizzle with olive oil, season with salt, pepper and caraway seeds. Place on cookie sheet and roast for 15-20 minutes until crispy. While cabbage is roasting roast orange slices. Cranberry Salsa 1 12-ounce bags fresh cranberries 1 orange thinly sliced and roasted 1 orange juiced and segmented 2 tbsp honey ½ cup finely chopped red onion ¼ cup chopped mint 1 tablespoon grated peeled ginger Place cranberries and roasted orange in food processor chop to combine. Mix all remaining ingredients in a bowl and season to taste. (add more honey if you want it sweeter). Serve salsa with cabbage wedges! Happy Tuesday everyone 😊
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• F R I E D “ R I C E “ • . . . My favorite quick eats -cauliflower fried rice- 1 cauliflower head or 1 bag of florets 1 lb top sirloin or protein of choice (I like to use shrimp) 1/2 lb small onions minced 1 scallion (green and white separated) 1/2 small red pepper diced 2 tbsp grated ginger 2 eggs, lightly beaten 2 tbsp toasted sesame oil 5 tbsp coconut aminos Salt and pepper to taste • Sear sirloin in a pan with 1 tablespoon coconut aminos and 1 teaspoon sesame oil. Remove from pan and set aside. • -Cauliflower Rice- Cut head of cauliflower into florets and place in a food processor. Pulse until the cauliflower is small and has the texture of couscous – don’t over process. • In the same pan, add a little more sesame oil and coconut aminos to your liking and add the onions, garlic, white part of scallions, ginger and red bell peppers till onions are translucent. Remove from pan and set aside. • Add a little more sesame oil and add in dried cauliflower rice and cook for about 4mins. Make a hole in the center of rice and add in beaten eggs, scramble in center then mix in rice. • Add back meat and vegetables. Mix together garnish with green scallions and serve hot! 😊 Enjoy! #paleoish#yum#instayum#foodie#fortheblog#cookingforthesoul#healthy#healthyfood#lifestyle#eatingcleanish#fitnessblogger#fitmotivation#fitness#motivated#momwhosquats#momwholifts#girlswhosquat#girlswholift#strongisbeautiful#strong#bodybuilding#paleorecipes#paleoliving#paleolifestyle
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Pork belly is an incredibly rich food, and is even more so with this hard cider brine. A little goes a long way. I like to serve it as a tapas-style dish at parties, because of that richness.⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ So, how do you choose the right cider? I like traditional dry apple ciders from small, local ciderys, as they tend to be less sugary than mass produced hard ciders. This brine would still be good with mass produced ciders or with other flavors though, for instance a hard pear cider.⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Hard Cider & Maple Brined Pork Belly:⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ INGREDIENTS⠀ 🌿 24 oz hard apple cider⠀ 🌿 ¼ cup sea salt⠀ 🌿 3 tbsp maple syrup⠀ 🌿 1 cinnamon stick⠀ 🌿 One 1-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and chopped⠀ 🌿 1 bay leaf⠀ 🌿 1½ - 2 lbs pork belly⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ INSTRUCTIONS⠀ 👉 Place pork in the freezer while making brine (about 5 minutes, makes scoring fat easier).⠀ 👉 Combine all ingredients, except pork belly, in a pot over medium heat. Bring to simmer, stirring until salt dissolves. When brine begins to simmer, remove from heat. Allow to cool completely in refrigerator.⠀ 👉 Remove pork from freezer, using sharp knife, score fat in diamond pattern. Place pork in gallon-size sealable bag, pour cooled brine in bag, seal, place in large bowl. Allow to brine in refrigerator overnight or for 8 hours.⠀ 👉 Preheat oven to 250 degrees F. Remove pork from brine, discard liquid. Place pork, fat cap up, on rack in roasting pan. Roast for 1 hour, 30 minutes. At the 1-hour mark, start checking pork every 10 minutes to make sure it is not overcooked.⠀ 👉 When finished roasting, turn broiler to low. Broil pork for 3-4 minutes (watch carefully) or until fat is browned and very crispy. Remove from oven, slice with serrated knife as soon as it is cool enough to handle. Serve warm.⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ NOTES⠀ ✏️ I have not tried this
No vogels left so a bagel will have to do, I recently found out I could (should) no longer eat tomatoes because it gives me instant heartburn. So now I have to have avocado and egg only. No avocado and tomato. It’s a sad day. still tastes good though amen
Pumpkin & peanut butter protein bars oh myyyyy I always have to make something sweet for my #mealprep 😋 Ingredients and direction In a bowl, mix: - 1/2 cup pumpkin purée, 1/2 cup peanut butter, 1/3 cup collagen powder, almost 1 cup of paleo baking powder (or you can use almond flour), 2 tbsp maple syrup, 1 tbsp coconut oil - Pour onto a baking sheet - Bake at 350 for 45 min (until the sides are brown and top is hardening) - Leave in the fridge over night and the middle will harden and become more like a protein bar - Drizzled dark chocolate melted with coconut oil on top
Grain Free Cookie Cutter Cookies ... Every year I make these Cookie Cutter cookies with my Lucy. And then @lorentarquinio eats them all. At first my recipe had all the sugars and grains, so we called them Sugar Cookies. Then, #celiac came along, so they had to be gluten free. Now they’re #grainfree with the least amount of sugar possible (while still identifying as cookies). ... I’m a #lowcarber who’s in #dietaryketosis 95% of the time. But when i make a holiday treat, it has real sugar in it instead of fake sweeteners or sugar substitutes. I enjoy my treat and then I get right back to my #keto life. This is a paradigm shift for serial dieters and folks new to #nsng, but one of the defining philosophies behind @eathappycookbook. ... Recipe at Annavocino.com and will be in Eat Happy, Too, due out 3/12/19.📘 (see profile link). ... #eathappy#nsng#ketodiet#christmascookies
Snacking on sweet potato toasts! These are so easy to make and are pretty delicious too. *apparently* you can just put raw sliced sweet potato straight into the toaster and cook until they are completely toasted. Through trial and error I've realised this generally takes a very long time or I need to upgrade my weak ass toaster. So instead I've found that if you microwave the slices first for 90 seconds on each side then blot any moisture off them you only need to toast for about 2 minutes. I've topped mine with mashed avocado, smoked salmon, lemon juice and black pepper then BLT for the other one 😋😋
Workout with Baby // Even at 9 months postpartum I am still modifying or fully opting out of any kind of crunch/sit up movement - that’s why you see me utilizing the “baby assisted Russian twist” 😁in the video while everyone else was doing weighted sit ups. All too often we feel pressure (whether from within or without) to “get back” to what we were before (though I’m not sure where we supposedly went in the first place). We rush our bodies back to exercises that we did before without thinking about whether or not that serves us in the moment. *Could* I have done weighted sit ups? Sure. But that wouldn’t have been a good choice for my body right now. The linea alba (that line of connective collagen in the middle of the rectus abdominis) is under a lot of stress during pregnancy. It takes a long time for connective tissue to heal - typically 9 months - which means that even without any excessive diastasis it’s at least 9 months before that tissue is healed and has regained its full integrity. Take a minute to let that sink in. It’s not 3 or 6 weeks; it’s not 3 or 6 months; it’s at least 9 months for that tissue to fully heal. Learning how to hold the space for my own body to heal on its timeline has certainly been a challenge at times (and definitely requires a gut punch to my own ego now and again) but by approaching my movement practice with intention, I’m respecting and honoring my body for what it did (growing, nourishing and carrying my baby on the inside) and is currently doing (growing, nourishing and carrying my baby on the outside. I come to fitness, not as a way to “punish” my body for not being “what it was before,” but as a way to love it for what it is now, in this moment ❤️ @birthfit @birthfit_dallas
My new site is up! (Formerly Jay’s Baking Me Crazy) This is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while and I’m so glad it’s done and ready for you all. I feel like this new name better fits what I believe in- real, whole food. I will still be sharing paleo baking recipes of course. Along with the name change, you’ll notice a new design that is way more user friendly. Recipes are marked by diet type (Paleo, vegan, Whole30, Etc), you can search by meal type and you can search easily for whatever you’re looking for. I hope you check out the new site and let me know what you think. https://www.realfoodwithjessica.com . . . . . #realfoodwithjessica#whole30#whole30recipes#paleo#paleorecipes#glutenfree#glutenfreedairyfree#cleaneats#realfood
Guess I need to snap my food photos faster than grubby little two-year old fingers can sneak their way into them 😂 I chose this Big &Chewy Gingerbreak Cookies recipe from @paleorunningmomma because it uses Blackstrap Molasses. I’ve recently been hearing some experts refer to Blackstrap Molasses as a superfood because of its nutrient content and health benefits. It’s packed with calcium, magnesium, potassium & iron. And it gives these gingerbread cookies such a distinct woodsy, rich, almost smokey flavor - so just like Beau, I can’t keep my hands off of them! #foodfreedom#paleo#paleorecipes#eatrealfood#blackstrapmolasses#gingerbreadcookies#paleobaking#whatkristencooks#wholefamily
Hey friends! Happy Tuesday 👋🏼 ••• It's beginning to feel a LOT like Christmas here in Virginia. This weekend Max and I went to D.C. with some friends to watch the Nutcracker at the Warner Theater. I have been going to the Nutcracker ballet every December since I was a little girl- with my Grandma in London, with my Mum in London, with my family in Austin (including Max, who fell asleep last year), and this year with my now HUSBAND and great friends. It was a magical time 🧚🏼♀️ ••• Anyway, you may have noticed that I have started rolling out the Christmas recipes already with my gingerbread men and sugar cookies, but you better believe that I have a ton more up my sleeve, including these delicious little Mexican Wedding cookies. Honestly, I had zero idea what these were before this year so I've never actually tried a "normal" one (I don't think we have these in the U.K.?! If I'm wrong, feel free to call me out on that one.) What I do know is that THESE Mexican Wedding cookies are delicious.They are grain-free, refined sugar-free, buttery and yummy. You HAVE to try them! Recipe up on the #bgw blog ❤️
I don't know what these are, mini cakes, buns I just don't know. But, they are awesomely delicious. Picked them up in @hollandandbarrett they are gluten free and probably paleo based as well. Everyone who has a sweet tooth should definitely get them. Delicious!
All who are needy of this say I....”I 🙋🏻♀️.” But forreal. Ladies. Listen. I KNOW that days can be long. Whether you’re a hard working women at the job or your a mama with a kid latching’ on the tot 😜....we all need a little healthy natural boosty-boost. #igotyou . . . Sometimes for me, it comes in the form of coffee ☕️. Sometimes it comes in the form of oils. Sometimes it comes in the form of exercise (okay, lets be real, that never happens 🙄 #gimmemycoffeeandoils). I’m not gunna lie to you though, i’m a one cup of coffee drinker and that happens in the morning. So the rest of the day, it’s me and Oils. When I tell me friends “Let’s roll out” it takes on a whole other meanin’ our my book! (Insert RollerBall emoji here). THIS recipe is my JAM!!!!! . . . Rosemary- Awakening - 4 drops . . Lemon- Cleansing & Uplifting - 10 drops . . . Peppermint- Focus & Awakening - 15 drops . . . Wild Orange - PURE energy -15 drops . . . Add the rest with fractionated coconut oil in a 10ml bottle. Apply to wrists, neck, and diffuser jewelry when needing that boost, sister!! This recipe is sweet, minty, cleansing, and will perk you up like a flower over night! 🌸 You’re welcome 😘
EGGNOG FUDGE - Where are my eggnog lovers at?🙋🏼♀️ I’ve been holding out on this recipe but it’s finally here! • Dairy Free • Egg Free • Sugar Free • Banana Free • Nut Free • Seed Free • Low Carb • Paleo • Keto Friendly • Candida Diet Friendly • High Protein • Easy to Digest Can anyone guess what the secret ingredient is? If you didn't get the newsletter, you can click the link in my @lilsipper bio or in my stories. 💕Also a huge thank you for all the love from yesterday. Freaking love you guys! #lilsipper
. Today we prepped a batch of chicken stir fry with very minimal carbs for all those keto lovers out there💪🏽 - We doubled up on the protein, and added 2 tbsp of coconut oil to substitute the loss of calories, and increase the fat content🙌🏼 - Ingredients‼️ 🔺Chicken breast () 🔺Mixed vegetables () 🔺Coconut oil () 🔺Homemade teriyaki () 🔺Rice and quinoa () 820 Calories 34gF/28gC/92gP