Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Eat Clean-Omelet Roll Up

Feature Recipe - The Eat-Clean Diet®

I love this!! The only change I made was I put this on ezekiel 4:9 sprouted grain wrap!!!

So easy and everyone will love...make extra and store in fridge for a snack on the go!

Omelet Roll Ups

Omelet Roll Ups

YIELD: 1
PREPARATION TIME: 5 MINUTES
COOKING TIME: 1 MINUTES



Details
Getting the kids off to school on time is hard! Make it easier with this perfect kid-friendly breakfast from The Eat-Clean Diet® for Family and Kids, which can be prepared in less than 10 minutes!
Ingredients
• 3 egg whites
• 1 whole egg
• 1 Tbsp / 15 ml skim milk
• Sea salt and pepper
• 1 Tbsp / 15 ml yogurt cheese
• 1 tsp / 5 ml chopped fresh cilantro or other fresh herb
• 1 seven-inch / 18 cm brown rice wrap
• 1 tsp / 5 ml best-quality olive oil
Preparation
  1. Whisk together egg, milk, salt and pepper.
  2. Heat skillet over medium-high heat. Coat with cooking spray. Pour in egg mixture, tilting to spread evenly. Cook, piercing any bubbles, for about one minute or until set.
  3. Spread the omelet with yogurt cheese and sprinkle with cilantro or other herbs. Slide the omelet onto the brown-rice wrap. Roll up!


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Bio-K Probiotic formula

I just finished my 30 day supply of Bio-K probiotic formula and I have to say....I dont know if it benefited my body. I am very healthy but I have a complexion issue that I am trying to figure out. After speaking with some great people from my local health food store, they suggested I try this formula.

No change is present that I can visually see. I didnt mind taking this on a daily basis as the taste was o.k.  and it was good to have something on an empty stomache before the gym.

I chose the sprouted brown rice fermented version in 'vanilla'. 

If you have taken this before, please send me a message or comment. I would love to hear back from anyone else that tried this.

Thanks, and have a great day!!

Bio-K+ CL1285®


  • A unique probiotic formula of L. acidophilus and L. casei that regulates intestinal functions.
  • A formula containing beneficial bacteria that are found in great number in the intestine. It promotes and maintains a healthy and balanced digestive system.
  • Free of gluten, GMO, antibiotic residues, pesticides, hormones and heavy metals.

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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Dinner from my husband!


What can I say...I'm sure lucky to come home to Ronnie's little dinner concotions! Grilled chicken breasts marinated with curry and honey, grilled zucchini and corn, with a spinach salad that if full of raw chopped veggies. He even added my favorite 5 year old white chedder!! YUMMY!!!

(small confession.....I was happy to see his efforts, but on the way home, I was dreaming of eating my Vegan Overnight Oats!!) I have a slight problem! I love it, and could eat it for every meal!!!



However, I fully enjoyed his fabulous dinner!


Obviously spinach gives Ronnie muscles like popeye!!! Haha! Gotta love it....

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Monday, September 20, 2010

Perfect weather to enjoy together!





We went for a beautfiul walk around the St.Johns conservation park in our area. Every weekend it seems we discover another really great park to go to.


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Friday, September 10, 2010

Korean Food

Basic ddeokbokki on the magazine
After living in Korea for a couple of years I learned how to eat healthy. I knew that they ate for the health of it...and I learned what that meant. Each ingredient is carefully prepared to benefit your body in some way.

http://mykoreankitchen.com/2006/11/19/stir-fried-rice-cake-with-gochujang-sauce-ddeokbokki-in-korean/

I have many favorite dishes and found this blog that clearly help de-mystify how to make korean food!!! Its fabulous and  I anticipate to try it out this weekend!!!
Fresh rice cakes

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