Stressed, anxious, overcommitted? These feelings can seriously undermine health, wellness, and weight loss. We have become accustomed to accepting chronic stress as a standard and ever present part of life.
Losing weight is not just about what you eat—it’s also about what you drink. Not only is the humble glass of water a no-calorie, healthful and free beverage, it may also help you in your efforts to slim down.
What is a trigger? It’s simple: A trigger is any kind of stimulus that we can have a reaction to. Triggers can be sights, smells, sounds, locations, stressful situations—even people—that break down our resistance and cause us to eat things that sabotage our weight loss efforts.
Whether you’re on your journey to lose weight or are trying to increase your overall health, with a small amount of discipline you can create a new habit that requires little effort to maintain, and can dramatically increase your quality of life.
Planning what you’ll eat in advance and cooking at home are skills that will help you both reach your weight loss goal and maintain your new weight. During Phase 1 of the Ideal Protein protocol, your meal planning will be made easier because many of your meals and snacks will be based around Ideal Protein foods. Even so, if you sit down for a few minutes and plan out your meals and snacks in advance, it will be easier for you to stay on protocol.
This chilled shrimp salad is marinated in lime juice and tossed with tomato, cucumber, green onion, and some jalapeno for an extra kick. Enjoy this refreshing meal that will help you beat the summer heat.
Satisfy your sweet craving with these fantastic, Ideal Protein friendly Chayote Caramel Cookies.
Serves: 1 Scaleable: yes, up to 8 portions Prep time: 5 minChilling time: 15-30 minCook time: 3 min Ingredients: 2 cups of water, to boil. 1 portion shrimp, peeled and deveined1 stalk green onion, tipped and chopped½ - 1 jalapeno (depending on how spicy you like it),...
Have you heard? Sugar is the new fat. We’ve been brainwashed into thinking that fat is bad, but as it turns out it’s sugar, not fat, that makes you sick and overweight.
Learning how to read food labels will help you make choices that fit your healthy eating goals. You’ll find this helpful not only while trying to lose weight, but also when you move on to maintaining your weight loss.
You lost the weight — congratulations! Now it’s time to shift your strategy to make it last. All three phases are key to keeping the weight off…
Looking for a new brunch idea? These grain-free Zucchini Lemon Waffles are a must-try! They’re the perfect blend of savoury and sweet, super easy to make and delicious start to the day.