The beauty in this is that you can flavor it however you like by tossing chile flakes, garlic, fresh herbs and the like into the food processor. Or try a sweet, mascarpone-like version by adding a few dates and a dash of vanilla extract. Anything's fair game.
Main Takeaway: If you're hungry for breakfast, eat a high-fat, moderate-protein meal consisting of foods like eggs, bacon, sausage, avocado, nuts and seeds and coconut oil. If you're not usually hungry for it, DON'T EAT IT!
If your energy does happen to dip in the afternoon, here are some brain-boosting snack ideas to power you through the end of the day, including almonds, walnuts, carrots, raisins, yogurt, berries, and even some dark chocolate.
The multitudinous benefits of the "Mediterranean Diet" are pretty much well-known and documented these days, and there is no better example of this healthy way of living than the cuisines of Southern Italy.
No, you don't have to be on a "diet," count calories or even work out at the gym every day, but you can still make smart choices, setting yourself up to get back into the swing of things when summer is over. Already been a bit too indulgent? We've got tips for recovering post-vacay.
But how do you stop the cycle? Today I wanted to share with you four qualities that I've noticed in most people who make lasting change around how they approach food by learning how to trust their bodies and hungers, rather than dieting:
Remember that it's all about making it simple and accessible to YOU and your needs. We both know that if you're the lazy-healthy type, it all comes down to making health realistic and practical while taking away the options of temptations.
Fatigue is a common daily battle for many of us. But it doesn't have to be that way! Try putting these energizing eating strategies to good use so you can stay focused and get the most out of every day.