Hey everyone!! I hope you're all enjoying the lovely weather this weekend! Today I wanted to tell you all about a little health plan that I have created! I am not a Nutritionist or a Dietician (yet!!)... but I have done my 'fair share' of research in regards to nutrition. I always like to be my own 'guinea pig' when it comes to discovering what works and what doesn't work for eating right and feeling great. Anyway, I decided to create my own 7 Day Detox Plan!!
What is a detox? Well, in theory, it's a time to get rid of all the toxins and junk in your system... but I view it as a way to reset your tastebuds and kickstart your healthy lifestyle. Honestly, I wish I could tell you that I eat healthy 100% of the time... but I'm human and I don't! So I view this little detox as a gentle way to kick myself back in gear!
If you know me, you know that I am not about starvation and deprivation... NOPE! I'm all about moderation! But sometimes you need to be a little extra disciplined, so here is my answer!! Unlike most juice fasts which claim a host of benefits, this Detox is realitively relaxed and it still fuels my body with high quality nutrition. Without further-a-do, here's the plan:
- Each day you get to eat breakfast, lunch, an afternoon snack, dinner, and a bed time snack. (I don't believe you should ever have to go to bed hungry).
- Start your day off right with a nutritious breakfast! Are you in the mood for protein? Have a savory egg omelet filled with veggies and sprinkled with a bit of low fat cheese and tomato salsa! Need something sweet? How about a bowl of plain greek yogurt sweetened with raw honey and topped with mixed berries and crunchy granola? Need something filling? Try a bowl of stovetop oatmeal mixed with natural peanut butter and a chopped banana! Whatever it may be, make sure your breakfast is balanced, nutritious... and delicious!
- For both snacks, you should drink a fresh smoothie! Think of this as 'spring cleaning' for your body. Fresh smoothies filled with nutritious fruits and veggies detoxify your system and bring vitality to your step! Seriously... it's AMAZING what a few good green smoothies can do for your health! Watch your skin begin to clear up, your energy start to soar, your mood balance, and your eyes glow with good health!
- For lunch and dinner you eat a salad everyday. I'm not talking about a wimpy, measly, little salad with no dressing that leaves you starving twenty minutes later. Instead, you should eat a big, beautiful, nutritious salad filled with fresh garden veggies, creamy avocado, savory salmon, grilled chicken, smooth hummus, roasted red peppers, crunchy walnuts, sweet craisins, feta cheese, olive oil or balsamic vinaigrette... or a combo of different toppings like the salad pictured below! Also... feel free to eat a fresh fruit salad for dessert!
So that's my plan! I'm home for spring break and I want to make the most of my time! I want to sleep late, catch up with old friends, hang out with my old dog and 'kick start' my healthy eating for spring. I've been covered up in bulky sweaters, cozy flannels, and warm stretchy (very stretchy) sweat pants. Unfortunately, these fashion trends don't transition well into the spring/summer fashion trends. I want to try this little 7 day detox so that I'll be all ready to go back to school feeling my best!
In addition to eating right, I'm planning to do 30 minutes of walking or yoga/ Pilates each day! These are light, simple exercises that make me feel great!
So feel free to check back in over the next week to see what I've been noshin' on and hear how the week is going! The plan starts Sunday March 9th and goes through the 15th! So exciting!
What do you guys think?! Do you plan to try any 'health kicks' to bring on Spring?! Any tips I should know as I begin my 7 Day Detox?! I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Hey everyone!! I hope you're all keeping warm and cozy on these very chilly days. I'm sure you're getting ready (like me) to kiss this long, frosty winter GOODBYE! and to welcome back the easy breezy warmer days of Spring! I love it when all my favorite fresh fruits and veggies come back in season. They're plumper, juicier, tastier, and definitely cheaper! There are so many great nutritious and delicious choices to choose from, but today I wanted to share one of my favorite WAYS to eat. In the 'nutrition community' it seems that people are always telling us WHAT we should and WHAT we shouldn't eat... but what about learning HOW to eat?
The biggest problem with so many diet plans out there is that they give you a list of rules and required meal plans. Essentially, when you follow a 'plan', you are listening to someone else tell you WHAT to eat, WHEN to eat, and HOW MUCH to eat. That's not freedom at all!! What if I'm not hungry for breakfast at 7am? What if I just don't feel like a salad for lunch? What if I really want a slice of pizza for dinner, but it's not on my plan? Is that so bad?! No!
In the comments section of my last blog post, someone told me about the book Intuitive Eating, by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch. Well, let me start by saying that I can't wait to read it!! I did some research about what 'Intuitive Eating' means and what it actually looks like.
I came across this article http://www.refinery29.com/2013/12/58356/intuitive-eating written by Kelsey Miller from Refinery 29. Basically, I love love LOVE this mindset towards dieting/ eating/ LIVING!
When I first lost weight years ago I decided that I just wanted to eat healthy portions of my favorite foods so that I could feel my best. I wanted to listen to my body. That meant completely avoiding the really unhealthy stuff and cutting back on foods that I didn't need. But it was more than that. I realized that I could still enjoy my favorite treats!
Honestly, I think that having a healthy body begins with a healthy mindset. The more I learn about nutrition, the more I learn about the negative effects certain foods have on the body. I learn that I feel and look healthier when I eat healthier. I learn to eat when I'm hungry and NOT when I'm not. But that doesn't mean that having a scoop of ice cream for dessert makes me an unhealthy, horrible person. It doesn't mean that indulging in a little chocolate of the end of the day is going to be a problem at all!
Sure, sweet treats may not be the best thing in the world, but sometimes you just NEED to satisfy that craving in a grown up, civilized, portion-controlled way. And remember, the more you restrict certain foods and classify them as "off limits"... the more you will crave them. As soon as I CAN'T have something I really want, well, that's when I really want it... like, REALLY want it!!!
So check out the article and let me know what you guys think about Intuitive Eating!!
Thoughts? Feelings? Comments? Complaints? Let me know!!
Cleanse your body with fresh fruits and veggies!!
Okay, BE HONEST! How many times have you started eating something delicious and indulgent and then... proceeded to regret it? How many times have you eaten too much, felt guilty about it, and then... continued to eat even more?!!
I'm sure you're familiar with the 'all-or-nothing' mindset when it comes to eating healthy. Many people think that if they eat a little too much, then they've ruined their diet and they might as well throw in the towel!
The past few days I've eaten too much. I try to eat about the same amount everyday so that I can look and feel my best... but lately I have been so tired and craving simple carbs for quick energy. While this usually isn't the case, sometimes I just eat too much! I always regret it and I usually end up promising myself that I'll never touch junk food again! I may even decide to start an extreme 'cleanse' the next day. WHY do we DO this to ourselves? ... as if one 'cheat day' demands such strict changes!
The problem with this sort of a mindset is that it sets you up to fail. I have learned from experience that trying to eat 'next to nothing' the day after you've eaten 'next to everything' is nearly impossible. Sure, you might not be as hungry the next AM, but if you decide to eat nothing all morning, you will soon be ravenous and you may end up binging 'big time' by bed time. So don't do it!!
My advice for how to 'recover' after a day of too much snacking, half-price apps with friends, eating out of boredom (or frustration or happiness or stress or anything else)... Eat to nourish your body. Think about it... your body is NOT a trash can, but sometimes we treat it like one. We shove excessive amounts of food into our bodies because it looks good, tastes good, or feels good! The point is... Just don't do it! When you feel sick from eating too much junk, learn from it! Don't waste the valuable lesson your body is teaching you. Get over it and be smarter next time!
Don't starve yourself, because that only sets you up to overeat some more. Rather step back and remember that one bad day (or a few bad days for that matter) doesn't define you. Choose to cleanse your body with a proper diet filled with fresh fruits, crunchy veggies, lots of greens, whole grains, lean meats and other nourishing foods!
1 Corinthians 10:31 reminds me, "So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God." I want to please The Lord in all I do... Eating right is just one of many ways I can bring him glory. And HE can help me (and you) in all areas of life!
I hope that you have a happy, healthy day!!
What about you... do you ever 'over-do-it' when it comes to eating? How do you get back to eating healthy?
Hey everyone! I hope that you all had a great weekend! Today you're in for a real treat! I have a guest blogger from Canada here to tell us a little bit about her favorite healthy habits! Check out her blog to see my guest post... once you get there I'm guessing you're going to want to stay a while!
I’m Melissa and I blog over at Nourish By Melissa where I share my passion for whole, real, unrefined foods. I’m a complete health and fitness lover who also looooves baking!
If you are wondering what Nourish is all about, I can tell you that you’ll find lots of recipes (mostly baking and sweets) always whole, real and unprocessed, personal stories, whereabouts and pictures, all things yoga and fitness, inspirational posts (ie. happiness), advice on how to nourish your mind, body and soul to live your best life and everything in between :)
When Cailee asked me to answer some questions for a guest post on her blog I was super excited!
So without further ado, let’s get to the questions!
When did you begin blogging and what is the goal of your blog?
I’ve actually only been part of the blogosphere for about a month now! My blog is still a baby but I am loving every minute of it!
When I decided to start Nourish, I didn’t have any particular “goal” in mind. However, I have an enormous passion for health and wellness and an overwhelming desire to share it with people. I’ve gone through a lot of ups and downs and through this journey my passion grew and I developed my own core belief that happiness and living your best life is a direct result of nourishing yourself in mind, body and soul. I really wanted to share my philosophy and beliefs on nourishment (click here!) and ultimately, inspire others to live their most nourished lives.
Peanut Butter Covered Popcorn
Throughout your blog you have different gluten free, grain free, dairy free and Vegan options… what is your "eating philosophy"?
Personally, I don’t like labels. My goal is to put things in my body that will 'nourish' it and I eat accordingly. I will not label myself as vegetarian, paleo, vegan or whatever other diets are out there simply because I don’t believe “following a diet” is something for me. I’d rather focus on filling my body with nourishing foods that are beneficial, regardless of what “diet” they fall under.
In other words, I’d rather ask “is this going to benefit my body?” rather than “Is this paleo?” As a result, I eat from all sorts of diets, vegan, paleo, gluten free, rather than just one!
That being said, I believe in eating real, whole, unrefined and unprocessed foods from the earth that have not been manipulated by man (I talk about this here).
What are some of the foods that you would eat in a typical day?
Lately breakfast has been alternating between a big bowl of chopped apple, banana and berries with homemade granola, shredded coconut, cinnamon and almond milk or a smoothie which varies but generally contains kale, banana, berries of some sort, cinnamon and almond milk. I tried adding ginger the other day and loved it!
Glowing Green Juice
Lunch is usually either leftover from dinner or a big salad. My salads are generally filled with everything I have in my fridge. The base is always romaine lettuce and kale.
Dinner varies, however it is generally made up of some grain such as quinoa, millet or brown rice pasta, along with some kind of protein, such as fish, chicken, black beans or lentils and a ton of vegetables! Whether steamed, stir fried (in coconut oil!) or roasted, vegetables make up the bulk of my dinner. While we cook with a variety of vegetables, broccoli is one veggie that I will have almost every day (check out my recipe for a soup using leftover broccoli stems on my blog)!
In terms of snacks, I’m addicted to fruit. Tell me you eat more fruit than me, and we have a challenge (haha!). I’m constantly snacking on all kinds of fruit throughout the day! I also have frozen grapes as a night snack almost every night.
Oh, and let’s not forget my all time love, peanut butter. Most people eat a banana with some peanut butter....I have peanut butter with some banana. Yeah, I know, I’m obsessed. It’s just so good!
Everyone loves to treat themselves to something sweet every once in a while, what is your favorite splurge/ treat?
I believe nourishing foods can be treats! Especially today, there are a multitude of recipes everywhere for incredible treats made from whole foods. From chewy chocolate chip cookies to decadent raw cakes, it becomes hard to believe that these amazing treats are actually nourishing!
Here's an example of a tasty treat I just made: chocolate covered strawberries!
That being said, my favorite indulgence is ice cream, hands down. Cookie dough ice cream to be exact!
What are some of your favorite things to do on the weekends or in your free time?
On the weekends you can probably find me either in the yoga studio, baking up a storm in my kitchen or out with some friends! I also love going out to eat and experimenting with new places!
In terms of maintaining a regular exercise routine, what are some tips you have?
Find something you love! For instance, if long strenuous runs don’t have an appeal to you, don’t do it! Instead, find a form of exercise you enjoy and look forward too. You want your body to crave exercise because it’s something it needs and enjoys! If you force it to do something it hates, you’ll have no motivation to continue. I love yoga and look forward to every class. Would it really make sense for me to do it if I dreaded every class? Not at all! It’s the same with all exercise. Do things that are good for you and your body.
What are some of the exercise plans and routines that you follow?
I don’t follow a specific “plan” however I enjoy yoga, pilates, barre, running, walking, biking, rowing, strength training and more!
How do you prevent stress with schooling, blogging and other various activities you are involved in?
This is something I struggle with a ton! School tends to stress me out beyond words. However, lately I have been trying to be more focused on the present moment. In yoga we are often taught to be “in the now” and focus on what is happening at the present moment rather than allow our minds wander to a 'bagillion' other thoughts. Yes, 'bagillion' ;). Although it’s a work in progress, I’ve noticed that when I focus on the task at hand rather than stress about something else, like the project I have due next week, I finish that task a lot faster and with less stress, allowing me to move onto the next.
How about you guys? What are your answers to some of these questions?!
Hey everyone!! Welcome to "Sweet Nothings!" ...a new segment on blog!
Lately I've been feeling like all of my posts have been about something specific. Such as, Saturday Superfoods, What I Ate Wednesdays and Why You Should eat a certain way. While I do appreciate those sort of posts (and hopefully you guys do too)... I never want to sound too preachy... and I want to share a bit more of my personal life with you guys.
Basically I want to share with you all what I've enjoyed lately and what I've been doing...
Cue "Sweet Nothings!" Here you can find little random things that make me smile!
At the end of these posts I'd love to hear from you about anything little and sweet that makes you happy! Okay... on with the post!
I finally whipped out the blender. Sure it's been cold -scratch that- FREEZEING lately... but that doesn't mean my body doesn't crave smoothies. Oh how I love them!!
It is soooo snowy!! We had a blizzard last week! I woke up to this beautiful sight. Luckily my campus is small!
My school is hosted a Global Missions Conference this past week. We had speakers come from all over the world. In honor of this event we had a special international lunch!! We all sat on the floor to make it more 'authentic'! Haha!! Truly unique, but I thought it was fun!
This was so sweet!! A good friend of mine gave me and my two best friends a 'group Valentine's gift'! It was a bouquet of fresh strawberries, chocolate dipped strawberries, heart shaped pineapple and juicy grapes from Edible Arrangements!! So fresh and healthy!
Ecclesiastics 2:24 reminds me that, "There is nothing better for a person than that he should eat and drink and find enjoyment in his toil. This also, I saw, is from the hand of God."
God wants us to innocently enjoy the simple things He has so richly blessed us with. If you know me, you know I find great happiness in the little things of life. I get excited as easily (and often) as a child and I believe that the best life is filled with laughter! "Sweet Nothings" may not be anything big or major... but they make me happy none the less!!
How about you?? What's going on in your life that makes you smile?!
Hey everyone! I hope you've all had a great weekend! I know Friday was the day of flowers and CHOCOLATE... but I love chocolate everyday! So I wanted to show you a few of my favorite chocolate dairy-free finds! Not only are these treats incredibly delicious and satisfying... they are also free of gluten and dairy! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Haagen-Dazs Chocolate Sorbet is AMAZING. Seriously... I love this stuff. Not everyone has even heard of chocolate sorbet! They think that because it's sorbet, it's automatically a fruity flavor. Well, the difference between sorbet and ice cream is that sorbet is made with water, and ice cream is made with milk. So naturally it's a great dairy free choice, but this stuff still tastes delicious. I first tried Dark Chocolate Honey Sorbet which was sweetened with Maple Syrup when I went to visit Old Montreal this past summer. I was hooked!! Seriously, it's one of the best desserts ever!!
Do you love cookies?! Me too, but I rarely ever eat them because I don't eat gluten. But even if you DO eat gluten and dairy, you have got to try these babies!! They are crunchy and crisp... but the chocolate chips still melt in your mouth. Not only are these cookies gluten free and vegan, they are also egg and nut free and they're all natural and made without GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Try them out and I guarantee you WON'T be disappointed! Lucy's also makes other flavors like Maple, Sugar Cookie, and Chocolate!
Okay, these mints are delicious and they only have 3 ingredients! Yep, you read that right, 3! Not only are they satisfying, the are also simple and pure. I just ate 3 of them after lunch (3 is a serving and only has 140 calories)! I love to eat them frozen because I feel like they are even more refreshing that way!! YUM!
I don't eat 100% dairy free, but I do appreciate avoiding excess amount of dairy and animal products. These are just 3 delicious options that are light and satisfying... but still to be enjoyed as the occasional treat!
How about you? Do you eat dairy? Do you have a favorite chocolaty treat?!
Okay... so I know this has nothing to do with health, but I couldn't resist!! If you know me, you know that I LOVE to shop! I love fashion, dressing up, and looking nice. But if you know me, you also know that I NEVER pay full price. I love bargains and if you complement my outfit, then you know that I'm going to tell you how much (or how little) I paid for each item. I have the worst memory when it comes to names and dates and other facts I need to memorize, but for some reason, I can remember exactly how much I payed for basically all the clothes I own... and trust me, that's a lot! What can I say? I just love good deals!!
Anyway, last weekend I went to Plato's Closet with some friends. For those of you who don't know, Plato's Closet is basically a high-end resale shop. I love that place even though it can be pretty pricey. But last Saturday they were having a HUGE sale!! It was a 'fill a bag for $15'. You buy the bag and fill it with as much of their clearance stuff as you can possibly stuff in it.
I got $108 worth of stuff for $15. Whoa!! And that $108 isn't retail price, its Plato's resale price... so think about how much cash I saved!! I got 3 sweat shirts, 3 button ups, 2 shirts and 1 sweater... all from quality brands like American Eagle, Aerie and Hollister. Okay, before I get too excited, here's what I got:
These button ups are from Hollister and the last one is Abercrombie and Fitch.
I love love LOVE Aerie... This sweater is from Aerie and so is the floral shirt! The blue top is from Charlotte Russe.
The first two sweatshirts are American Eagle and the last one is PINK. Being in college I love sweatshirts to keep me warm and cozy after classes!
So... that's what I got! Each item came to less than $2. Can you believe that?!
What about you? Do you like 'thrifty shopping' as I call it? Do you like bargains?!
Hey guys! How are you doing? I know that I usually talk a lot about the importance of eating healthy to maintain your body weight, health, and happiness. But today I want to encourage you to eat a healthy, balanced diet for other reasons. Eating healthy not only makes you happy, it also provides the strength and energy to help you exercise. A regular workout routine is really aided by a proper, regimented eating routine.
I am not a runner. I don't play tennis. I rarely actually ride a bike and I don't know very much about sports! Clearly, I don't workout as much as I should. But I think that adding a workout routine to my lifestyle for the new year will not only make me stronger, but it will also help me to feel 'better' in so many different ways! The benefits of exercising on a regular basis are seemingly endless. Regular exercise reduces stress, promotes a healthy weight and keeps you energized. It combats disease, helps you sleep better, and improves your memory. It gives you confidence and strength and boosts your endorphins (ie. the 'feel good' chemicals within your body).
Lately, I've begun to workout a bit more here at school. One of my friends, Ryan (my 'trainer') has helped me to realize that a healthy lifestyle includes much more than just eating right. A healthy lifestyle consists of proper nutrition AND regular workouts. He helped me learn to lift weights and to work on toning, rather than just your typical cardio. Now, I'm not knocking cardio, but a healthy lifestyle includes weight training too!
Did you know that according to Active.com<http://Active.com>, strength training promotes healthy, strong bones, reduces overall body fat, strengthens your tissues, muscles and tendons AND promotes a general better quality of life.
I don't know about you, but those sound like some pretty great benefits! Not only that, but you don't have to spend every day in the gym to see and feel results... they can be achieved simply by working out on a regular basis. Start slowly since you don't want to get hurt. Begin by working out for just 20 minutes 2 days a week, then 'up it' to 3 days (and maybe a few more minutes.) You'll find yourself getting into a habit... the more you do your workouts, the more you'll WANT to do them.
Plus *added bonus* you'll feel yourself getting stronger and more toned. I don't know about you, but that sounds like motivation enough for me to keep going!!
How about you? Do you like to lift weight? Have I motivated you to give it a try?? Any favorite workouts?
Last year a friend of mine made Oreo truffles in the shape of little footballs!! So cute... and portion controlled!
Happy Super Bowl Sunday!! I hope you're all having a great day and getting prepped for your night-time party! Cheering on your favorite team, spending time with friends... and enjoying fattening food!!! Superbowl snacks are not known for being very nutritious... but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy your favorite foods. If you know my eating philosophy, then you know that I'm all about portion control and moderation. So when you're at your Super Bowl party (or any other party) don't feel like you have to turn your nose up at all the delicious treats... instead, remind yourself that they are 'treats' to be eaten and enjoyed in small amounts on special occasions! Here are 3 quick tips to keep your Game day on the healthy side.
1. Bring your own snacks! Why not take along a veggie tray with some garden hummus? This way, when everyone is chopping down oily chips, you can munch on some fresh celery and baby carrots! (You may be surprised at how many of your friends will join you and appreciate the healthy option!)
2. Skip seconds. What?! No seconds? Well, why don't you just grab a plate and fill it with a moderate amount of food and eat it reeeeeally slowly? This way you'll know exactly how much you are eating. Even though it's already on your plate, don't feel pressured to eat it all in the first quarter... instead spend time cheering for your team and socializing with the group! After all, that's a really fun part, too!
3. Be choosey. Do you LOVE chocolate, but think could 'pass' on savory fattening foods like wings and chips? That's me... or maybe you LOVE those nachos, but cookies aren't really your thing. Well whichever it is... just choose the food that you LOVE. There's no point in filling up on brownies if you don't really love them... At the same time, there's no reason you should avoid them if they're one of your fave treats. If it's something that you LOVE, then take a small portion and really ENJOY it! If you don't love it... don't even take it!
Well, those are my quick tips for a fun, festive... and HEALTHY game day (which happen to apply to any other social/eating event you may go to!) Have a happy, healthy day!!
Hey everyone!! Happy Wednesday!! I hope that you're all having a wonderful week!! It is soooo cold, so hopefully you've found some way to stay warm! Being in college means I can't cuddle up in front of the fireplace with a creamy cup of hot chocolate. But I DO love to throw on my favorite pair of yoga pants and a soft sweatshirt, crank up the heat in my dorm room, and sip on a steaming hot cup of Cozy chamomile tea! Anyway, here is the next installment of 'What I Ate Wednesday'!
This is definitely one of my 'go-to' breakfasts. I eat the orange in my first period class, the granola bars in my second period class, and the carrots right before lunch. This keeps me satisfied, and because I'm eating alI morning, it feels like I am eating a ton!
For lunch I had a lightly dressed garden salad with sunflower seeds, a sweet potato, and a small piece of lemon pepper fish. I also snacked on another orange (love that vitamin C).
After classes I usually have a pre-dinner snack and then take a nap. It's a nice little routine that I thoroughly enjoy! Today I had some chicken and rice soup that my friend picked up for me because I've got a cold. Did you know that a can of Progresso soup only has 100 calories? It's hard to believe because it is so filling and satisfying! I also snacked on some frozen mango to sooth my sore throat. When you let it defrost for about 15 minutes, it has the BEST consistency! It literally glides down your throat! I ended up going back for a half a cup more because it was so good!!
Okay, so my dinner is a little strange... but I tried to make it as balanced as possible. I love love LOVE cereal... but at my school there aren't many gluten free options. In fact, there are only 2. So I usually have a small scoop of Rice Chex and Cocoa Puffs with a big splash of organic soy milk! I love this combo! In fact I have it all the time. But I know that my body needs a bit more protein and some veggies. So when I do have cereal for supper, I like to pair it with a side of turkey from the deli bar and a few cucumbers, carrots and tomatoes with a drizzle of dressing and sunflower seeds. I also grabbed an orange to enjoy with my dinner... can you tell that they're my favorite fruit??
At night I ate my usual bed-time snack. This time I decided to dive back into my extra large bag of frozen mango because it felt amazing on my throat (and because it is delicious) and a package of Nature Valley Crunchy Oats 'n Dark Chocolate bars. I love these bars! They taste like dessert, but give you 16 grams of whole grains while satisfying your little "I need chocolate!" craving. I'll take that!
If you know me, you know how much I love my sweets! Lately I've been satisfying my sweet tooth with tootsie pops! I've always loved them but I kind of forgot about them. Well, recently my friend gave me a bag and I was hooked again! Today I ate 3 of them... not all at once... I snacked on them at random times throughout the day. Sure, they're not super nutritious... but I'm all about balance!!
What about you? What did you eat this Wednesday?! Any favorite foods I should try?