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June 29, 2020
This is a warm comforting alternative to grain-containing cereal and it’s similar in consistency to oatmeal, but it is high in protein, fiber and fat.
It is a low glycemic cereal that helps you keep your blood sugar from spiking.
I eat this several times per week for breakfast and I switch the fruit, according to the season. Give it a try and let me know what you think.
2 Tbsp. walnuts or other nuts
¼ green apple chopped and ¼ cup blueberries
2-3 Tbsp. hemp hearts
2-4 Tbsp. cooked quinoa (I make one cup of quinoa and use it as a side dish also)
1 Tbsp. ground flaxseeds (grind these from whole flaxseeds in small amounts and keep in the refrigerator for daily use on porridge or salads)
1 scoop collagen powder (I recommend grass-fed)
2 Tbsp. coconut manna or almond butter
½ cup coconut milk or hot water
½ tsp. Cinnamon
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August 30, 2020
July 29, 2020
I’m developing some new recipes to share with you. Here’s one you can use for breakfast or a snack, for those of you who can’t eat oats. For those who can, just replace the quinoa with gluten free oats. This is a low sugar recipe; feel free to add more honey to your taste. This was perfect for me as a mid-afternoon or after dinner snack that packs a lot of fiber, protein and fat. You can have one of these after dinner to help your digestion or take them along with you for a post-workout “pick-me-up."
Let me know what you think. Enjoy!”
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