Vegetarian and Dietary Supplements Need to lose a few pounds and feel more healthy? I’m on a 30-day semi-vegetarian plan that includes eating vegetables, drinking a nutritious shake, and occasionally eating meat. One thing I did previous to trying this flexitarian challenge was to add a dietary supplement that helps with healthy digestion, supports healthy weight loss, and provides healthy energy. When I decided to go on a 30-day vegetarian plan for April, I wasn’t sure how I would do. However, I love vegetables and don’t mind skipping meat some days. In addition, I drink a great-tasting nutritious shake most days. A semi-vegetarian diet appealedRead More →

Recipe Created from What’s-On-Hand in the Fridge Kitchen sink recipes, or what’s on hand in the fridge, sometimes turn out to be a home chef’s favorites. Got cabbage? Southern Cream Cheese Cabbage recipe is a must for anyone who loves the two ingredients. Make it for you and a friend or your other half. It’s a vegetable with southern richness without being loaded down with a ton of calories, fat, or carbs. Benefits to eating cabbage: Good source of Vitamin K and C Low in fat, calories, and carbs Easy to cook: see how easy in this video…Read More →

Good Friday Meal for Two Good Friday is a special occasion, a holiday for some – or a simple meal for two. Easter weekend has become famous for deviled eggs, dyed Easter eggs, and Easter egg hunts – and if you grew up like I did from the South – vegetables and salads. At this time of the year, fresh fruit stands fill up with the sweetest fruit and wonderful green herbs and veggies. Organic. Nutritious. Healthy. Fresh out of the garden. Vegetables are filled with nutrients that you can easily combine into any meal. Green veggies may not tempt you the first thing whenRead More →

Print Yum Egg, Turkey Sausage, & Swiss Chard Breakfast Yield: 2 servingsCalories per serving: 344Fat per serving: 22.47 Begin the day with this protein-packed Egg, Turkey Sausage, and Swiss Chard Breakfast.Ingredients2 English muffins 2 Fried Eggs 2 Turkey Sausage Patties 2 cups Cooked Swiss chard 1 tablespoon Coconut Oil 1/2 Yellow Onion 2 teaspoons butter InstructionsChop up the Swiss chard and onion. Heat the electric griddle to about 300 degrees, add the coconut oil, and fry the Swiss chard and onion until tender. Add the eggs to the griddle, and fry according to your preference. Cook the sausages in the microwave, and toast the muffins.Read More →

Make this Broccoli Apple Salad  Why broccoli? It’s nutritious. Why apples? You need a daily portion of fruit. Mix these two together, and add more delicious ingredients. What do you have? Incredibly happy taste buds and a recipe that’s perfect to include in a 21-Day Fix weekly meal plan.Read More →

Love chicken? Gotta love chicken with orange sauce and garlic mixed with Lo Mein vegetables. You can even wrap it in a tortilla and call it China-Mex. Want the recipe? It’s FREE!  Purchase a large package of chicken the next time you go grocery shopping, and make this yummy Orange-Garlic Lo Mein Chicken. You can make it for 2, 4, or more. It can even be adapted for one. Just buy a smaller package of chicken and use less of the sauce (optional). Cooking Appliance Options You’ll see in the recipe that there are various ways of cooking the chicken recipe. Naturally, the first thingRead More →

How to Order Eggs Do you like your eggs fried, boiled, poached or scrambled? Or maybe you like omelets. Knowing how to order eggs is harder than it should be. The next time you go out for breakfast, for instance, order fried eggs other than the typical four ways – sunny side up, over easy, over medium, and over hard. See what happens when you order over-medium-well fried eggs.Read More →

Do you ever crave a big fat hamburger loaded with onion, tomato, and lettuce on an onion bun? It wouldn’t be a good idea to give in to that craving every day, but an occasional old-fashioned hamburger ON BUNS is SO good! When I get off of my regular routine of eating every three hours, even a plain beef patty sounds appetizing. How does spending a few days away from your routine at home affect your eating? If you’re like me, it throws you off balance. You tend to give in easier to less nutritious foods like queso and chips, donuts, and few veggies. Like theRead More →

Hamburgers on the Grill NOTE: This post contains an affiliate link which means if you click on it and make a purchase, I make a commission. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! Barbecue hamburgers have already gone on the grill for this Father’s Day weekend. They’re jam-packed with chopped-up yellow and green bell peppers and onion with one egg added to the mix. Families with adults kids who dislike eating vegetables, sneak in some colorful bell peppers in your meat. Chop them up very fine and put them in the middleRead More →

A Garden Salsa Velveeta Dip When do your garden tomato plants first start bearing tomatoes? Late spring? Early summer? There’s nothing like making salsa from your own organic garden. If you have an abundance of tomatoes, make a salsa for your family and extra to give as gifts to your family and friends. You’ve probably mixed hot sauce with Velveeta. How about coming up with your own sauce by combining tomatoes, squash, zucchini, peppers, and/or any other vegetables from your organic garden? I mixed a little of my homemade garden salsa into the remainder of Velveeta cheese I had on hand. If you like cheeseRead More →