Versatile veggies, zucchini and yellow summer squash are tasty sautéed, broiled, grilled, stuffed, used as a pizza topping or even as a replacement for pasta noodles.
Add excitement to your veggie routine by trying these tasty squash recipes. They’re so delicious you’ll think there’s no way they could be healthy! But, these veggies are a good source of fiber, vitamins A, C and K, and potassium. Buy organic squash as they’re one of the Dirty Dozen high pesticide crops.
Learn how to cheat your diet with success!
Although it seems counterproductive to cheat on your health program, weekly indulges can improve insulin sensitivity (and accelerate fat loss), keep you sane, prevent you from feeling deprived and help you stick to the program. Taking a zero tolerance approach to cheating creates a lot of stress, which is a huge contributor to health issues. Ditch the rigid mentality and use these tips to nourish yourself without the guilt.
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Swap out processed products for these whole food, nutrient-dense ingredients to satisfy your senses without saying “sayonara” to the dishes you love.
You don’t have to feel deprived to reap the benefits of good health. You can enjoy the “good stuff” without packing on the pounds. Think about it, what’s the best part of a sandwich? If you ate the bread by itself, it probably wouldn’t be very tasty. The delicious ingredients are the healthy ones such as freshly carved roast beef, creamy avocados, and caramelized onions. By swapping out processed products for whole foods, you can enjoy food even more and benefit your health.
Wellness Coach, Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner,