If you’ve ever wondered what to expect from a 12-step program for food addiction, read this post. I’m outlining the basic structure and tools of the program I was in last year, along with a video where I provide additional context. Please note, I am not promoting or affiliated with any food addiction program, but I believe in FOOD FREEDOM and that it’s attainable for anyone who seeks it.
When I gave up sugar and flour, I gave up snacking. But since many of you have asked “no snacks?” on Instagram, I wanted to clarify how I fit sugar/flour-free “snack” foods into my current lifestyle, because… I do snack. I just feel better when I don’t.
I’m always getting asked about my go-to lunch bowl on Instagram so the recipe has finally made it to my blog. I’m excited for you to taste it, but even more for you to enjoy how SIMPLE it is to make and how good it feels to eat. Real food will do that to you. Hope you love it as much as I do! ?
Ready to eat better but not sure what to buy? Here’s my weekly sugar-free grocery list, including what I buy at Costco every week and the items I buy every 2-3 weeks. It only takes a couple weeks to get into a groove and then you’ll see how SIMPLE eating real food can be!
So many of you have asked me to post the sugar-free, flour-free food plan I’ve been following so you can easily reference it. Well here. it. is! ?? I’ve broken it out by weight loss and maintenance so you can find the right one for you!
With so many of us spending extra time at home practicing social distancing for COVID-19, I wanted to inspire your creativity with simple updates you can make to your home or bedroom, like we did with removable wallpaper from Urban Walls.