When we are looking at our health and trying to figure out the best way to get healthier, lose weight, and feel better, we may struggle with getting started and making the decisions about the right kinds of food that we eat.
We obviously hear all the time how important it is to drink water every day - and of course I agree that water is vital to our health - but sometimes we want something else. Right? ;) So let's talk about some options that you can have and still stick to a low-carb lifestyle.
Sometimes we get to thinking that we need to avoid ALL carbs in order to eat a low-carb or keto diet. That's simply not true. There are a lot of foods that have carbs that are good for you - namely, vegetables.
This is a little twist on how I've always had tuna salad and it was very good!
Sometimes it can be intimidating to start something new but I just want to encourage you and say you've got this!
This one can be tough or it could be simple - it all depends on what it is you love. But there are some favorites that you're going to have to leave behind when you start a low-carb diet.
If there's anything I struggle with while trying to stick to a healthy diet, it's avoiding sweets. I love desserts, I love chocolate, and ice cream isn't too shabby either. ;)
I always love a good waffle so when I see a new recipe that sounds intriguing I'm all about trying it. This one did not disappoint!
One of the things we were probably all taught to do when we were growing up was to clean our plate at dinner time.
If you are a big snacker and you feel like you have to eat something throughout the day you'll first want to evaluate if you're eating because you're actually hungry or if you're eating out of habit.
I've seen this recipe floating around in a few different areas so I don't know where it originated but I tried it this week and was pleasantly surprised!
With the way we are always on the go in our society these days, eating at home for every meal is getting harder and harder.