AIP Snacks – do you panic when you wonder what you can eat between meals on AIP? Or maybe you just want some new, fresh ideas. Snacking on the Autoimmune Paleo Protocol can be tricky with the limited ingredients, but in this episode I share 25 ideas. Whether you’re at home or freakin out in the middle of a Target, I’ve got you covered!
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Other links I mentioned in this episode:
The monster drawing (so fun!): https://youtu.be/RY0fIi5eQ8g
Homemade Toasted Coconut Chips Recipe: https://thrivingonpaleo.com/how-to-make-toasted-coconut-chips/
US Wellness Meats Bacon & Pork Rinds can be found at (affiliate link): http://www.grasslandbeef.com?affId=208370
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25 AIP Snack Ideas (for Autoimmune Paleo)
The Best Tips For Preparing Nutritious Meals
Many young people do not consider the importance of nutrition. But as you get older, you will wish that you had paid closer attention to nutrition in your younger years. This article can tell you what you should know to get on the right track to eating healthy.
If you want to amp up the nutritional content in your diet, select natural foods. Processed foods are usually high in fat and contain ingredients that are not always healthy for your body.
If you’re reducing your red meat consumption but still trying to consume enough protein in your daily diet, then think about trying Quinoa. Most meatless foods are lacking in amino acids, but this food has this essential component. It is also rich in vitamins and does not contain any gluten. Quinoa has a very subtle, nutty flavor that many find to be a nice change from meat.
Pack your lunch for school or work, and help yourself eat a more healthy diet. This will assure that you are set up properly during the day. In a few short minutes of preparation, you can have several meals that are of high quality.
Always eat in moderation when you are deciding on a meal plan. If you eat too much, you will not feel good during the day and will put on some extra pounds. This can be detrimental to your health as well as reducing your body’s ability to process nutrients.
Trying to eat less red meat? If you answered yes, consider making it a condiment. You can use red meat to add texture and flavor to grain-based or vegetable dishes. The Chinese and Mediterranean people do this and that’s why they have a lot less problems with heart diseases.
Eating a more nutritious diet will surely add to improved benefits to your health, and also give you added protection from diseases. Regardless of your age, these tips can help you live better. Remember, this body is all you get, so make the most of your nutrition.