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Here’s a Paleo What I Eat In A Day video! Paleo is my “favorite” way to eat, sustainably. I don’t put too much pressure on the rules, but use them as guidelines to stay on track and provide my body with fuel it prefers! What about you?
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1 banana, sliced
2-3 Tbsp macadamia nut butter, drizzled
1-2 Tbsp cacao nibs
Arrange banana slices on a plate and drizzle with macadamia nut butter.
Sprinkle cacao nibs on top, serve, and enjoy!
Per meal, yields 1:
341 calories | 23g fat | 33g carbs | 8g fiber | 15g sugars | 5g protein
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What I Eat In A Day: PALEO-ish Edition #kickstart2019
Nutrition Advice That Will Simplify Your Life
Overly processed foods tend to have little to no nutritional value. Most people prefer not to pay the higher prices of organic stores, although some organic produce can be found in regular grocery stores.
Replace your white breads and pastas with whole-grain options. You will find more fiber and protein in whole grains and whole wheat in comparison with refined grain products. While helping to lower your cholesterol levels, the whole grains will also work to make you feel full for a longer period of time. You can know if your food is considered whole grain by checking the ingredients list on the packaging.
Gradually change your diet if you want to be successful with it. Change isn’t going to happen completely overnight. This will shock and confuse your body, which you do not want. Try adding healthy items over a period of a few weeks to eventually boost your nutritional habits.
An essential part of a nutritional diet is riboflavin. The human body needs riboflavin to utilize the energy found in carbs, fats, and proteins. It regulates the metabolism and helps the body distribute iron, too. Riboflavin can be found in dairy products, as well as whole and enriched grain products.
If you’re reducing your red meat consumption but still trying to consume enough protein in your daily diet, then think about trying Quinoa. Quinoa is a rare food that is not meat but still contains amino acids. It has tons of vitamins in it too, and contains no gluten. Since it has a mild and nutty flavor, it tastes good while also being good for your body.
Although buying organic produce may not be a routine habit, vegetables can be grown at home, even in a small space. Grow yourself a salad by using containers on your patio and also hanging planters.