What I learned from completing another whole 30 and some of my results.
Most people tell me " I cannot follow this eating plan (lifestyle) because it is too expensive". When we first started out low carb journey, we also thought it was about eating bacon, egg, avocado and steak every single day. We thought we had to buy almond flour, coconut flour, olive oil, butter, coconut oil, avocado oil, all … Continue reading ….”Low carb on a budget”
Stuffed Meatloaf - a budget friendly low carb meal with a cheesy surprise. I've always enjoyed cooking. I remember I got my very first cookbook when I was about 12 years old. Not a kids cookbook, a real adult cookbook. I was so proud and excited and just want to cook dinner every night to … Continue reading ….”Stuffed Meatloaf”
Exercise - physical torture you put your body through to proof you can. I always enjoyed an active lifestyle - but working out on my own - I am just so bad with motivating myself. Before we got married we use to go to the gym daily and I loved it. I would have somebody … Continue reading ….”Exercise”
Chia seeds - "tiny black seed with plenty of firing power" Lets face it - even if you love bacon and eggs after a while its just gets to much. Breakfast (….Breakfast) needs to be something you look forward to in the mornings. So imagine my delight when I discovered the magic of chia seeds. … Continue reading ….chia seeds
I survived my January whole 30. I expected it to be hard, but it was not that hard this round. Last year I also did a whole 30 and experienced it much harder. We kept low carb over the holiday period so I guess it assisted me on this journey. Many people wanted to know … Continue reading …. Whole 30 (2)
Low carb kids - growing into healthy adults This is a very controversial topic in South Africa, considering the whole Tim Noakes saga. I still find it unbelievable that majority of people think it is better to feed their kids sugar, wheat and other nasty chemical ingredients than whole and healthy food. In South Africa, … Continue reading ….” Low carb kids”