The following tools will help you have the right mindset to resist overeating or eating really poorly over the holidays.
You know that feeling when you walk into the break room at work and there are bowls overflowing with candy and stuff that you have vowed to yourself you wouldn’t eat?
How about when your kids are asking you to buy oversized bags of candy for the trick-or-treaters AND then they come home with even more?!
And then there are the days following the horror show….where there is candy confronting you everywhere; huge piles on the dining room table, empty wrappers found here and there, and the sweet smell of cheap chocolate in the air?
Although this bread contains bananas it is not overly sweet at all. It is rich in fiber, fat, and protein, making it a wonderful low-glycemic addition to breakfast or a great snack. I toast it and enjoy with butter….yum!
If you are like me, you work a lot. And hopefully you love what you do. This is one of the greatest gifts in life; to love your work. It is amazing to wake up in the morning and feel energized by the day, and for your mind to be racing with new ideas and inspiration!
Even if you are not quite at that level of excitement for your work, you most likely want to be at your best every day as you tackle challenges and enjoy life.
Why do you work out?
No, I mean, really, why do you work out? What are your goals? What are you trying to achieve?
Just like most things in life that take time, work, money, and commitment, having clear-cut goals for what kind of return you want on your investment is crucial for justifying those big investments.
Low blood pressure is not something you normally hear about. At least not in conventional doctors’ offices. I had low blood pressure (BP) for about 10 years and for most of those years I knew it was bad for me. However, even though my BP often went below 100/60 no doctor or nurse had ever mentioned it.
As part of a Keto Detox Challenge I plan to make fresh veggie juice daily.