25 Min5 Min10 MinEasyWaffle Maker Nutrition Per Serving (2 waffles)total CARBS 8.2gNet Carbs 4.2gfiber 4gProtein 26.8gfat 33.8gEnergy 431kcalIngredientsInstructionsThese keto-friendly waffles are so versatile! You can serve them as a side dish with Mexican Pulled...
You will be absolutely amazed at the difference you feel when you have stopped eating meat for a short period of time. It’s as if your body instantly begins to relieve itself of all of the toxins that you have been consuming and you immediately begin to feel more energetic and have an overall better feeling of health.
No matter what you reasons are for eating a more vegetarian diet, the health benefits that are derived will become obvious in a very short amount of time.
Vegetarians tend to have lower blood fats, cholesterol, and triglycerides than meat eaters of a similar age and status. Even those vegetarians who consume eggs and milk quickly see that their cholesterol is lower than those people who eat meat.
If you are considering making the switch to a vegetarian diet, you have to slowly change you and your family’s diet. Everything starts at the grocery store. Instead of cookies, buy apples, bananas, carrots and other tasty snacks. Exchange white rice for healthy, brown rice. You also want to avoid processed side dishes. Slowly make your meat portions smaller and increase more veggies and grains.
Special care must also be taken when planning a vegetarian diet to ensure suitable amounts of nutrients are included daily. Nutrients like protein, iron, calcium, zinc and vitamins B-12 and D may all be easily integrated into your vegetarian lifestyle with the proper planning. Plant proteins alone may provide enough of the essential and non-essential amino acids, as long as sources of dietary protein are varied and caloric intake is elevated enough to meet energy needs. Whole grains, legumes, veggies, seeds and nuts all contain both essential and non-essential amino acids. Soy proteins, like soya milk and tofu, have been shown to be equal to proteins of animal sources. Dried beans, spinach, enriched products, brewer’s yeast and dried fruits are all great plant sources of iron.
Greek Breakfast Hash Recipe
25 Min20 Min25 MinEasyLarge Pan Nutrition Per Servingtotal CARBS 10.2gFat 45.7gPROTEIN 13.9genergy 500kcalfiber 4.2gNet Carbs 6gIngredientsInstructionsGreeks have remarkably long life spans, and one of the reasons is that they use extra-virgin olive oil every day....