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Wheat Belly Blues

by Sandy on February 12, 2012

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Paleo Recipes

by Sandy on November 11, 2011

Everyday Paleo

Everyday Paleo

I borrowed Everyday Paleo by Sarah Fragoso, a book of paleo recipes, from the library a few weeks ago; and I liked so many of them that I just had to purchase a book of my own. The recipes include pictures, and there aren’t any weird ingredients or difficult cooking methods that take hours. The author also shares her journey to a paleo lifestyle and why she made the decision to eat that way and how she introduced her family to the foods. If you aren’t familiar with the paleo lifestyle, it’s just eating good healthy foods instead of eating processed foods.

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Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit

by Sandy on October 30, 2011

Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit

Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit

Drew Manning of www.fit2fat2fit.com has gained over 70 excess pounds in 6 months on purpose in order to demonstrate to others how easy it is to gain weight if you change your lifestyle and start eating junk food and not exercising. He then plans to demonstrate how to get fit again by eating healthy and working out. Drew is a personal trainer and has always been fit throughout his life, so this sudden change in lifestyle was really difficult for him and he has documented it in his blog step by step.
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Why Americans Are Fat

by Sandy on September 17, 2011

Scale

Scale

I’ve been reading Diet Doctor and his theory about why Americans are fat. It’s a 5 part series and it’s the best explanation I’ve found as to why Americans are fat. I’ve tried explaining the problem of sugar and starch in the body to my friends, but this site explains it so much better than I ever could.

All digestible carbohydrates are broken down to simple sugars in the intestines. The sugar is absorbed into the blood, raising the blood glucose. This increases the production of the hormone insulin. And insulin is our fat storing hormone.

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Low Carb Menus

by Sandy on September 16, 2011

Low Carb Menu

Low Carb Menu

I haven’t posted any menus lately because I’ve been eating basically the same every day with slight variations.

Breakfast:
Egg Muffins
Bacon or Sausage
Coffee

Lunch:
Salad In A Jar

Dinner:
Chicken, Beef or Fish
Salad

Snack:
Pistachios or
Almonds

Dessert:
3 Minute chocolate cake or
Sugarless Jello with Whipped Cream

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Low-Carb Conversations

by Sandy August 27, 2011 Low Carb

I participated in Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore and Friends this morning. It’s one of my favorite podcasts, and I was delighted when Jimmy asked me to share my weight-loss story. If you are interested in hearing from real people living the low-carb life and how they manage to lose their weight and maintain it, […]

1-10-11 Menu

by Sandy January 10, 2011 Low Carb

A new year, and a new start. I have a few holiday pounds to shed. I’m going to eat mostly meat and eggs for the next week. It always helps to post my daily menus, so here goes. This is what i ate today. Breakfast 2 Eggs 2 Sausage links Coffee Dinner 3/4 lb. Grass-fed […]

Low Carb Pumpkin Dessert

by Sandy January 3, 2011 Low Carb

This dessert tastes like pumpkin pie, although it is made without sugar. Ingredients: 29 ounce can pure pumpkin (not pie filling) *3 eggs *3/4 cup Splenda 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice 1/4 teaspoon cloves *3/4 cup heavy cream 16 oz chopped walnuts or pecans (approximate amount) Whipped Cream Mix all ingredients […]

Berry Dessert

by Sandy July 11, 2010 Low Carb

This dessert reminds me of ice-cream.  It’s really good on a hot day. I’m not sure how many carbs are in it, but it can’t be many. I ate this dessert nearly every night while losing 80 lbs. Ingredients: 1 Cup Frozen Strawberries 1/8 to 1/4 Cup Each of Blueberries, Raspberries Whipped Cream Walden Farms […]