Nie sądziłam, że będziecie chcieli przepis na płatki śniadaniowe, ale już dodaję 😊
🔸1/4 szkl. mleka roślinnego
🔸3 łyżki miodu
🔸3 łyżki masła klarowanego
🔸3 łyżki kakao
🔸7-8 łyżek mąki kokosowej
➡️Masło roztapiamy i łączymy z miodem, mlekiem, jajkiem i wanilią. W osobnej misce mieszamy mąkę z kakao. Do suchych składników wlewamy mokre i łączymy masę. Odstawiamy na 5 minut. Następnie formujemy małe kulki, które umieszczamy na blaszce wyłożonej papierem do pieczenia i pieczemy w 175^ ok. 20 minut. W połowie pieczenia staramy się obrócić lub przemieszać kulki.
💥WHAT'S BEST FOR FAT LOSS?💥
☕️I hope you're ready for a poop storm from the "sugar is evil" dementors" and insulin makes you fat" death eaters because this post is going to tear some horcruxes up.
🏓That said, you and I see calorie comparisons allllll over Instagram lately and most of them come ripe with the message, "eat this, not that" because one is lower/higher in calories than you might expect.
🌵I think these posts are great. And they do a fantastic job of educating people on the importance of total calorie intake for fat loss/body composition/etc.
🍟The major issue I have with them, though, is the lack of middle ground. The educational component that just because something is "high calorie"'does NOT mean it's bad for you. It just means it's higher calorie. And you're more than welcome to eat it if you want, just do your best to make sure it fits in your calorie allotment for the day.
🥕Because, yes, calories are important. But so is individual preference because that drives consistency over the long term. And while I'll choose Cinnamon Toast Crunch over Kashi GoLean 10 times out of 10...its not because it's lower calorie (though, that does help). It's because I fucking love Cinnamon Toast Crunch and if someone told me I had to stop eating it I think I'd have a conniption.
🦄Long story short, eat what you love and in a way that allows you to be successful long term. No food is inherently good or bad. Healthy or unhealthy. Too much or too little of anything (water included) is bad for you. So be moderate with your diet and do what makes YOU feel best while continuing to make progress. And if that so happens to include Cinnamon Toast Crunch...I salute you.
Almost 4 months #postpartum and I’m now below my #prepregnancyweight 😳Unwillingly! #breastfeeding is literally sucking every ounce of fat out of me. Since my #husband has been away for work, I’ve been single-parenting for the last three weeks, which meant I didn’t have time to #workout (apparently bringing your #baby to the #gym is frowned upon... 🙄 #justkidding 😂). No problem though, as I’m having trouble maintaining my weight anyways, despite me eating like a pig all the time. Yesterday, for instance, I had #cereals with 3.5% fat milk for breakfast, two fillings of #pasta with pesto for #lunch , #cake in the afternoon, a large #mcdonalds meal plus extra #nuggets for dinner, and I got up in the middle of the night to devour a chocolate #santa and #christmascookies ‼️ And still I’m loosing weight (I know: such #problems right? 🙄). But believe me, it is! I feel like my #body is slowly shutting down. A couple of weeks ago, I started having #pain in my joints, mostly in my #fingers - I went to the doctor and got it checked out, as I was worried it could be arthritis. Luckily it wasn’t. I also feel hollow, worn out, and drained of #energy as if my body is missing some vital nutrients. If this continues, I will have to stop breastfeeding Baby J, who by the way already has started eating solids - my big boy! 👼