I think is would be safe to say that I have always loved food….probably a little too much. :lol: Tipping the scales at around 230lbs (I stopped looking after it started reading in the 200’s) I knew that my love for food had to change. I didn’t say stop-but instead change.
I guess you could say that I am someone who goes for taste and volume. ;) This is not a “diet” for me. This is my lifestyle. I want my food to be things my family will enjoy.
Some people can eat the same things day in and day out. I actually happen to be someone that can eat the same things 85% of the time. However, my husband cannot. He not only likes change, he likes it to taste good. This is where my recipes come into play. ;)
I attribute much of my success in losing (and keeping off) almost 100 pounds with my ability to “think outside of the box” when it comes to food. I’m not going to lie and tell you that a lot of my recipes taste like the “real deal” or better. They probably don’t. But I will tell you that considering these are things I can eat and consider them ‘on plan’, they are yummy! Who wouldn’t want a “Wannabe Oreo Blizzard” post work out? Or how about a way to make a practically fat-free cake that would be perfect for a refeed?
Hopefully you’ll take some of the recipes I plan on posting and incorporate some of them into your plan, or better yet into your home. Afterall this is a lifestyle not a diet. I hope to have youtube videos for most if not all of my recipes. I will also have a recipe book coming out in the Fall.
Check back for recipes shortly- in the meantime here is a youtube clip on how to cook protein powder.