All the vegetables 🥑🥕🌽🥒The last few weeks I have upped my intake of vegetables, and I have to say, Im feeling pretty amazing! 🌈Juices,smoothies,steamed,roasted,bowls like these☝️,straight up raw.....anyway you can get them in. I find the more veges I eat in a day, the less I am craving other things. It was meant to be a 2 week experiment, but Im feeling pretty vibrant so might as well keep going 😁#lifestylechange .
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Toujours être plus fort chaque jour, qu'importe la situation. Ton caractère et ton courage font ta force. Et je pense qu'il faut rester positif et apprécier tous les petits moments. Par exemple, ce petit café parisien avec @marieagnus entre deux cours a rendu ma journée beaucoup plus belle ☀️☕️
Rester vous même, soyez fière de vous mais continuer toujours à évoluer 💪🏻 Et même si vous pouvez avoir des baisses de moral, regarder autour de vous les personnes qui vous entourent et vous aiment, et pensez aux petits moments qui rendent la vie plus belle 💫
My messy little lady is always grabbing for Toddlers bowl. If she has her own, it just goes flying across the room though! 🙈
Any recommendations for a good suction bowl that won't get lobbed at my head?! 🙄😳😝
Steamed salmon fillet served with a creme fraiche clive & dill sauce, butternut squash mash & wok stir-fried greens of pak choi, broccoli, a asparagus & courgette, cooked in @lucybeecoconut oil 🐝of course! #dinnertime#fishdish#eatyourgreens#saucy#salmon
Did you know today is National Chia Day? Never has so many health benefits been packed into seeds to tiny. Chia seeds are one of the best sources of fiber – 11 grams in only 2 tablespoons.
Most of us don’t get enough fiber and imagine how quickly you can change that by adding chia seeds to your hot cereal in the morning.
Chia is also a good source of plant-based protein. What makes it unique among plant sources of protein is that it’s a complete protein with all nine of the essential amino acids your body needs by can’t make. That’s not common in the plant kingdom.
Most plants lack one or more essential amino acids.
Chia seeds also contain an abundance of omega-3s. However, the omega-3s in chia are short-chain, meaning they don’t necessarily have the same benefits as the long-chain omega-3s from sea sources.
Fortunately, your body can convert some of the short-chain omega-3s to long-chain ones, although typically not more than 5%. Here’s something you might not know about chia seeds. They’re an excellent source of the trace mineral selenium.
You need selenium for healthy thyroid function and for proper functioning of glutathione, your body’s master antioxidant. So, selenium helps your cells eliminate toxins.
I add chia seeds to oatmeal in the morning, although you can use them to make puddings, add to smoothies, add crunch to salads, stir into yogurt, or add to homemade muffins for more protein and fiber.
How about you? Are you a chia seed lover? What’s your favorite way to eat them?
Have you ever tried making your own almond milk? If you're lactose intolerant this could be a life changer for you. Follow the link in my profile to see how I make mine.