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Well, if your kitchen is chuck full of granola bars (I personally only support Larabar – which is made with all whole ingredients), sugary cereal and chips, you are far from a whole food diet. Those foods are laden with sodium, fat and sugar that come from using processing agents such as high fructose corn syrup, MSG, silicon dioxide, and much more.
“Cleansing diets can cause rapid weight loss; however, the weight lost is mainly from fluid and muscle loss. Fluid loss can result in dehydration, tremors, headaches, fatigue and electrolyte imbalance. In extreme cases, electrolyte imbalance can result in improper functioning of vital organs and cardiac arrest, according to American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide.”
Fridays and Saturdays are no time for slaving in the kitchen over a big meal. However, it is a time of enjoyment and relaxation. Celebrate the weekend with this roasted veggie recipe that will give you ample time to kick back, suck down another glass of wine and enjoy the evening!
How pleasant is Saturday night,
When I’ve tried all the week to be good,
And not spoke a word that was bad,
And obliged everyone that I could.
However, this time will be different because now you know that is absolutely not the case. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is about working it around the the things you love most in your life. Staying healthy and feeling great outside is not more important than being happy and satisfied with life in general. There are 5 simple steps you can take to finally plan and live a healthy lifestyle.
“How come when we decide to lose weight, we put ourselves on an extreme one week crash diet? The instant gratification of losing weight fast makes us feel successful for a moment, but doesn’t last. When it comes to making big life changes, we need to start by making small goals and gradually work up to where we want to be.” – PurelyFitness.com
While I certainly recommend splurging – getting a meal that is decadent and delicious – there are ways to do that without throwing away your whole week of running.
If you’re looking to try a versatile dish, you’ve found it here. Veggie lasagna might be the easiest dish to cook, aka bad cook friendly, which we like here at Will Run For Food! Feel free to change out the ingredients based on what you prefer or what’s sitting in the fridge. Now get cookin’, because it’s too easy not to try!
Every other week you promise yourself you’ll start eating better, working out more and stop feeling guilty for that last cupcake… or five. Yet, time and time again the motivation goes as quickly as it came; and you can thank a variety of sources for your deflated enthusiasm.
Today, however, you’ll fix that. It’s time you cater healthy to you and not the other way around. Don’t follow any one else’s rules, don’t listen to the latest and greatest diet doctor, and certainly don’t judge yourself based on other’s successes. In 3 easy steps you’ll be on the fast track to healthy, with no looking back.