1 tsp. of pepper
1 tsp. of salt
1/2 cup of olive oil (You do not have to count the calories for olive oil.)
2 tbsp. Lemon juice
3 cloves of garlic (minced)
Light sprinkle of Parmesan cheese
1 head of cauliflower
Garnish with parsley flakes. (Optional)
Chop up dime size cauliflower. Place into 9x13 pan. Mix ingredients in a bowl and pour over top. Bake in oven for 20 minutes at 500 degrees.
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Here is our amazing Jubilee Fudge Recipe…ENJOY!
1 cup extra virgin coconut oil
1 cup cocoa powder
1 cup honey
Lower calorie version and still very tasty is:
1 cup extra virgin coconut oil
1 cup cocoa powder
3/4 cup Splenda granulated
1/4 cup Honey
Melt oil in sauce pan, then whisk in cocoa powder. Stir in the honey (and splenda if using the low calorie recipe). Heat on low to medium heat for 1-2 minutes. Pour into a 9x13 pan and place in the freezer. Once frozen, cut into small size rectangles and continue to store in the freezer. ENJOY!
What is lysine and what can it do for you? Lysine is primarily responsible for producing collagen which helps in repairing torn tendons, muscles, ligaments and skin. It plays an important role in the production of disease fighting antibodies, hormones, and enzymes and prevents atherosclerosis, which is the hardening of artery walls due to deposits of fats. This also lessens the possibility of hypertension (high blood pressure). Lysine is an essential amino acid that your body needs to function properly.
It maintains the skins’ health and elasticity. Lysine is required for proper collagen production. It helps in the formation and growth of bones, hair, teeth, muscles and other parts of the body that requires calcium. Lysine is also responsible for helping the body absorb and retain the calcium it needs. As a result, the bones are stronger and less susceptible to bone disease, especially osteoporosis.
Although research is being continuously conducted, Lysine has been rumored to...
People have had the false impression that if you eat fat it will turn into fat on your body. Appropriate dietary fat intake is crucial to whole body health at the cellular level. Let’s be clear though and focus on healthy fats. I’m busting the myths and sharing the ‘good’ , the ‘bad’, and the ‘ugly’ about ‘fats’ and why they are essential for health on a cellular level. But remember adding healthy fats to the diet is not a ‘free pass’ to eat fried or fatty fast food!
Fats consumed can be split in four categories these are the following:
- Trans Fats (Bad)
- Saturated Fats (Bad)
- Polyunsaturated Fats (Good)
- Monounsaturated Fats (Good)
- So why should you not consume the bad fats. Trans and Saturated are particularly bad for you as they increase the risk of coronary heart disease by raising the levels of (bad) LDL cholesterol and lowering the levels of (good) HDL cholesterol. Following on from this there...
While honey history dated as far back as 10 to 20 million years ago, this old-fashioned home remedy has some of the most relevant health benefits for our lives in this modern age. For instance, it’s nature’s energy booster, immunity system builder and remedy for ailments. The benefits of honey go beyond its great taste.
Honey is known for its effectiveness in instantly boosting the performance, endurance and reduce muscle fatigue of athletes. Its natural fruit sugars, fructose and glucose plays an important role in preventing fatigue during exercise and are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream digested by the body. It is known that honey has also been found to keep levels of blood sugar fairly constant compared to other types of sugar. Next time before you are feeling lethargic, take a spoon of honey for an energy pick me up.
Honey contains mainly carbohydrates and water. It contains two invert sugars, dextrose and levulose in nearly equal proportions. Dextrose is...
We love it when our transformers share their finds. Thanks to Renee Gray we have another mah-vel-ous recipe for your chocolate fix. Here ya go!
Jumbo shrimp. Airline food. Boneless ribs. Fuzzy logic. Some words just don’t seem to belong together. I’m betting you’d say healthy brownie falls into that category. Au contraire! How do I know that isn’t the case? Because there was a lot of “yumming” in my kitchen as a gaggle of brownie aficionados devoured these. Refined white sugar out; Grade B maple syrup in. See ya white flour; hello almond flour and brown rice flour. Fare-thee-well butter; come-on-down olive oil! Add dark chocolate, walnuts, and cinnamon, and the result is a decadent culinary oxymoron for the ages.
Who knew? Cacao content is the amount of pure cacao products (chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, and cocoa powder) used in the chocolate; the higher the percentage, the more antioxidants the chocolate contains. And if...
The general belief is that there is some magic secret to losing weight, looking better, and feeling great. The myths people believe are that a complicated diet must be followed and you have to spend all waking hours at the gym. The reality is actually quite simple, although most don’t want to believe the truth.
So let’s talk about eating better, being active and getting enough sleep. I want to encourage you that my program is simple, scientific and something that you can do for the rest of your life. Most people don’t want to look for the answers, but rather hide behind a set of complicated excuses.
When I talk about eating better I am not talking about eating only organic, juice fasts, or extreme dietary restrictions. Does eating better need to be a highly complex process with all sorts of hard to find foods? Not by any means, rather increasing fruits and vegetables and avoiding processed food is a great way to start. Fruits and vegetables have been what mankind...
Skinny chocolate snacks
2 tbs almond milk
1/4 tsp pure raw stevia (I use THM brand)
1/2 tsp vanilla
1 scoop protein powder (I use whey isolate)
1/4 c Cocoa unsweet
1/2 c coconut oil
Put in ice cube trays, pop one out when you 'need' one
(can add a little raw peanut butter, or other toppings to create as well!)
Submitted by Laurie Delk