Eating healthy takes more than sourcing a list of healthy foods and recipes. It requires planning and some discipline to shop for and prepare nutritious meals…
Higher-sugar, higher-glycemic foods are addictive in the same way as cocaine and heroin. In the vast majority of cases, certain types of food -processed foods made of sugar, fat, and salt combined in ways kept secret by the food industry- are addictive, and we are biologically wired to crave these foods and eat as much of them as possible. It’s no wonder so many people feel trapped!
This hearty, comforting weeknight classic is slow-cooked, supremely satisfying, and Ideal Protein Phase 1 friendly.
These low-carb, gluten-free, English muffins use riced cauliflower in place of flour, to make a yummy grain-free breakfast bread.
This Meatloaf (or Meatball) Recipe from Vital Body coach Em is irresistibly tender and juicy; the sweet and tangy glaze adds amazing flavour to a classic dish!
Did you know? Consuming a diet of low-glycemic and high-quality food choices can help keep weight balanced and health risks at bay?
This Roasted cabbage recipe is simple and delicious, perfect for anyone on the Ideal Protein diet looking for a new vegetable side dish!
Did you know? By linking your new habits to a cycle that is already built into your brain, you make it more likely that you’ll stick to the new behaviour?
This Apple Danish recipe was created for those following the Ideal Protein protocol but can be enjoyed by anyone on a ketogenic weight loss program.
This egg roll recipe is Ideal Protein Phase 1 compatible and absolutely delicious. Make them as a snack or starter today!
Squash, zucchini, tomato and herbs make this colourful and healthy dish a great vegan addition to any meal. This recipe is Ideal Protein phase one compatible, try it out tonight!
These Brussel Sprout and Mushroom Fritters are low-carb, Ideal Protein Phase 1 approved, delicious, and pair well just pretty much any protein!