Whether you are a dedicated physician with a thriving private practice; a factory worker on shifts and exhausted from overtime, or a homeschooling, stay-at-home mom returning from a long day at the zoo, the need to be nourished is inescapable. Throw a special eating plan into the confusion – your low carb diet – and the panic may become all-consuming. With just a few simple suggestions, you can turn those dreaded moments of desperation into food-filled victories.
Whether you send your children to a public, private or charter school, or happened to be one of those brave homeschooling parents, meal organization is imperative for harmony in the family, but most importantly for the success of the student. You or your family’s low carb or Paleo lifestyle will fit right in.
Spring is a magical season. It feels fresh and new and like rebirth. Spring is filled with possibilities and motivation and a sense of anticipation. In Texas, spring is just a glorious three-day precursor to a miserable nine month extravaganza inside the humid oven we Texans like to lovingly call the Texas Gulf Coast. Join Susie T. Gibbs as she shares her top 10 tips for keeping your Spring meals low carb, light, and satisfying!
Jorge Cruise’s latest book is a companion guide to the Belly Fat Cure. The book is small, 5×7 inches and slim. It’s the perfect size to keep in your bag for shopping and dining out. This book was really necessary, since most nutritional value books don’t list the sugar content, a sure sign that most people are not concerned with their sugar intake.
If we are to be successful at making low carbohydrate eating a lifestyle change rather than a quick fix diet, we need to change how we cook. We need to have enough variety in our diet to alleviate boredom. We need to find substitutions for the unhealthy convenience foods we used to rely on; we need to find new favorites to replace our old, unhealthy favorites.