Having trouble loosing weight? Try this simple whole real foods recipe
When needing to jump start weight loss and improve your overall health, the quality of food makes all the difference. Whole, real foods not only promote weight loss and or maintenance. But, they also improve your overall gut health.
Where packaged, processed and fast foods have the exact opposite effect.
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Improving healthy gut bacteria is crucial to overcoming a stall
As time passes after surgery, it’s easy to let the busyness of life take over. Once this happens, the next thing you know old habits are back in play and this is when stalls typically occur.
The good news is getting back in the habit of cooking real food doesn’t have to be complicated, nor does it need to take a lot of time.
Plus, a major benefit is the improvement you will notice in your overall physical and mental health. As many whole, real foods “cross-over” providing multiple health benefits. Chief among them is the fact they dramatically improve your gut health.
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Help end a stall with homemade Caesar salad dressing
This World Class Table Side Caesar Salad Recipe with it’s made from scratch dressing is a perfect recipe for avoiding regain. The foods in this recipe have been proven to provide the following benefits…..
Improved Digestion/Bowel Movements, Energy, Sleep, Stress and of course Weight Loss.
Weight loss made quick and simple
If you think foods that improve gut health and jump start weight loss are boring, dry, and unbearable. Think again.
This authentic World Class Table Side Caesar salad with it’s made from scratch dressing will win over even the harshest of salad critics. Plus, it only takes 15 minutes to prepare.
Proving, overcoming a stall doesn’t have to be tasteless and time consuming.
1 clove garlic
1 egg yolk
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
2 Tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 bunch Romaine lettuce
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, shredded
2 chicken breasts, grilled and chopped
Heat the grill and grill chicken until cooked through. While the chicken is cooking, clean the Romain lettuce, tear into pieces then set in a strainer to drain off excess water. Shred Parmesan cheese into a bowl.
In a bowl (I like to use a wooden bowl, it adds a hint of pizazz!), peel the skin off the clove of garlic and with a fork smash it into the bottom of the bowl (if you enjoy the taste of garlic, leave whole pieces in the bowl. Or, for a lighter taste you can remove remaining garlic chunks). Add egg yolk, squeeze the juice out of half a lemon. Mix with a fork. Add the olive oil, vinegar, Dijon, and Worcestershire sauce and mix with a fork until well blended.