There Goes the Weight

My journey towards taking it off...and keeping it off!

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RAW VEGAN RECIPE: Nutella Lärabars by Dreams of Sugar Plum Cakes (Celestina)…RECIPE

These Lärabars come with a secret.

There’s no Nutella in these.

BUT, there is cocoa (or cacao, if you prefer) and there are hazelnuts, and it tastes quite a bit like Nutella, so I am going to continue calling these Nutella Lärabars.

With no sugar added, these paleo, gluten free, and kid friendly treats are perfect for the morning, an energy boost before a workout, and even a healthier dessert option. And psst - they don’t have any of that nasty, processed Nutella!

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redefiningfood:

A healthier alternative to an apple crumble: Baked Oatmeal with Apples and Berries

My refusal to put butter, sugar or milk into my breakfasts lead me to go solo in trying out this dish, and what I discovered was that just as with most things, it was a dish perfect without butter, sugar or milk. The fruits were oozing their juices and it was warm, wholesome and naturally sweet. As simple as making oatmeal but way jazzier and more delicious:
Preheat the oven at 200 degrees farenheit
Soften your apples a little by cooking it with water in a pan (or just put them in a microwave). I used about half an apple.
Add berries to your softened apples, and put them at the bottom of your baking bowl
Add oatmeal and twice as much water as your oatmeal, and pour that on top
Bake at 200 degrees for around 20 minutes, taking it out when the top is dry. Bon appetit! 

redefiningfood:

A healthier alternative to an apple crumble: Baked Oatmeal with Apples and Berries

My refusal to put butter, sugar or milk into my breakfasts lead me to go solo in trying out this dish, and what I discovered was that just as with most things, it was a dish perfect without butter, sugar or milk. The fruits were oozing their juices and it was warm, wholesome and naturally sweet. As simple as making oatmeal but way jazzier and more delicious:

  1. Preheat the oven at 200 degrees farenheit
  2. Soften your apples a little by cooking it with water in a pan (or just put them in a microwave). I used about half an apple.
  3. Add berries to your softened apples, and put them at the bottom of your baking bowl
  4. Add oatmeal and twice as much water as your oatmeal, and pour that on top
  5. Bake at 200 degrees for around 20 minutes, taking it out when the top is dry. Bon appetit! 

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beforeandafterfatlosspics:

deliasfitworld
This weight-loss was achieved healthily :)
Hey I’m Delia, 5’6”, I went from 170 pounds to 128 by eating clean, healthy and a minimum of 1,800 calories and working out 5 days a week. I’m very passionate about mental and physical health & food, wholesome living. 
I recovered from Binge Eating Disorder and shed all the pounds I had accumulated throughout the years. If I did it, I believe anyone can do it too :) xx 
http://deliasfitworld.tumblr.com feel free to ask any questions, or even rant, I always love to help
Good vibes to you beautiful souls (& happy earth day)

beforeandafterfatlosspics:

This weight-loss was achieved healthily :)

Hey I’m Delia, 5’6”, I went from 170 pounds to 128 by eating clean, healthy and a minimum of 1,800 calories and working out 5 days a week. I’m very passionate about mental and physical health & food, wholesome living. 

I recovered from Binge Eating Disorder and shed all the pounds I had accumulated throughout the years. If I did it, I believe anyone can do it too :) xx 

http://deliasfitworld.tumblr.com feel free to ask any questions, or even rant, I always love to help

Good vibes to you beautiful souls (& happy earth day)

  • 21st April
    2014
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10000steps:

Water. Crucial for flushing out toxins, delivering nutrients, and keeps skin looking fresh. Hydrate with: Water, Peaches, Green Tea, Cucumbers
Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene. Helps skin heal and rebuild tissue, and is an anti-aging tool to prevents wrinkles. Eat:  Broccoli, Papaya, Carrots
Vitamin B Complex. Gives your skin a glow by boosting blood circulation and helps your skin receive oxygen. Eat: Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Bananas, etc.
Vitamin C: Stimulates the production of collagen in your skin, making it elastic, youthful and firm.  Eat: Grapefruit, Kiwi, Papaya
Vitamin E: Reduces the appearance of age spots, wrinkles, stretch marks.Eat: Greens, Nuts, Tropical fruits
Fatty Acids:  Protects against sun damage, allows water and nutrients into the skin while keeping toxins out, and wards off inflammation dark. Eat: Beets, fish, almonds, avocado
Pectin: Prevent wrinkles and blemishes, keeps skin conditioned and toned, essential in driving acne away for clear and beautiful skin.  Eat: Kiwi, Apples, Peaches, Peas
Selenium: Improves the skin at a cellular level, helps regenerate vitamins E and C, protects against sun damage, helps heal injuries, and flaky skin. Eat: Brazil Nuts, Whole Wheat, Brown Rice
Lycopene: Protects against agents that clogged pores and create breakouts, and helps reduce inflammation. Eat: Tomatoes
Natural Alpha Hydroxyl Acids: Refreshes and brightens skin. Eat: Apples
Other Antioxidants: Fights against free radicals and helps rejuvenate the skin.  Eat: Cantaloupe,  Plums, Blueberries 
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10000steps:

Water. Crucial for flushing out toxins, delivering nutrients, and keeps skin looking fresh. Hydrate with: Water, Peaches, Green Tea, Cucumbers

Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene. Helps skin heal and rebuild tissue, and is an anti-aging tool to prevents wrinkles. Eat:  Broccoli, Papaya, Carrots

Vitamin B Complex. Gives your skin a glow by boosting blood circulation and helps your skin receive oxygen. Eat: Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Bananas, etc.

Vitamin C: Stimulates the production of collagen in your skin, making it elastic, youthful and firm.  Eat: Grapefruit, Kiwi, Papaya

Vitamin E: Reduces the appearance of age spots, wrinkles, stretch marks.Eat: Greens, Nuts, Tropical fruits

Fatty Acids:  Protects against sun damage, allows water and nutrients into the skin while keeping toxins out, and wards off inflammation dark. Eat: Beets, fish, almonds, avocado

Pectin: Prevent wrinkles and blemishes, keeps skin conditioned and toned, essential in driving acne away for clear and beautiful skin.  Eat: Kiwi, Apples, Peaches, Peas

Selenium: Improves the skin at a cellular level, helps regenerate vitamins E and C, protects against sun damage, helps heal injuries, and flaky skin. Eat: Brazil Nuts, Whole Wheat, Brown Rice

Lycopene: Protects against agents that clogged pores and create breakouts, and helps reduce inflammation. Eat: Tomatoes

Natural Alpha Hydroxyl Acids: Refreshes and brightens skin. Eat: Apples

Other Antioxidants: Fights against free radicals and helps rejuvenate the skin.  Eat: Cantaloupe,  Plums, Blueberries 

Source (x)

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