For most of us on Thanksgiving, we did NOT prepare the food. How can we eat right when the food is so wrong? The scavenger hunt of the healthy food at the buffet table!
Most veggies on Thanksgiving are prepared in a lot of fat, ton of sodium and don’t get me started on the grease. We can’t control what is in front of our face. However, we can control the amount of food that enters our body. It is all about portion control.
Remember, it is still NOvember. Its okay to say YES to some things but even it out with a NO! If you had a slice of pie on first serving then skip it on the second.
Wait in between rounds. (Trust me your stomach will appreciate it). Walk around and enjoy company. When you have a conversation, you forget to stuff your face. It is scientifically proven by Dr. Reynolds.
I made a video from our Thanksgiving banquet. I went around the potlucks and decided if it is a YAY or NAY to eat. Then, I show you guys what the perfect thanksgiving plate should look like.
Have you ever sat on the couch and had cravings for potato chips? This recipe will be the solution to end your cravings. Kale chips are the healthy equivalent to potato chips that will trick your body into thinking your devouring a bag of LAYS when you are in fact eating healthy.
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Skill Level: Easy
Ingredients: KALE, salt, vegetable spray
Step 1: Buy Kale
(they are priced around 1.30 for a bundle)
a stem of Kale looks like this
Step 2: Peel off leaf from the stem into bite size pieces.
Step 3: Rinse the Kale to get the germs off.
Step 4: Dry the Kale with a salad spinner or paper towels
This spinner cost nearly 10 bucks at Wal*mart
Step 5: place Kale on a baking tray. Spray Vegetable oil and lightly salt.
Step 6: Bake for 10 mins at 350F.
Step 7. ENJOY!