It’s that time of year when we all evaluate our yearly goals and resolutions. Many of us plan to re-organize our homes, start new workout programs, or to eat healthier and lose weight. According to recent surveys, most parents resolve to give their families a healthier diet in the New Year. One of the main areas that I like to focus on when it comes to eating healthier is the kitchen pantry. Today, I want to highlight how to replace the foods in our pantries that bulk up our bodies and cause us to feel bloated: flours, sugars, pastas and oils.
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Chicken meat; water; modified corn starch; salt; chicken broth powder (chicken broth, salt and natural chicken flavoring); extracts of rosemary; mono, di and triglycerides (from sunflower oil and soy lecithin). Breaded with: water, wheat flour, yellow corn flour, modified corn starch, salt, baking powder, white and black pepper, celery seed, wheat starch, whey powder, sodium aluminum phosphate, corn starch, partially hydrogenated soybean oil (manufacturing aid).
You are what you eat. You can’t escape it. Eat clean, whole and natural, and you get a healthy body. Eat crappy, artificial, synthetic, GMO’d, toxic things, and you get sick ... really, really sick ... the kind of sick that destroys your life, dramatically increases aches and pains, and accelerates disease. But there is still hope for you yet. Below are three basic changes you can make to your nutrition that will turn your body around at a cellular level and radically transform your health.