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(@danielle_menchen)

2017-07-11 14:51:28

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(@eudjoff)

16 Minutes Ago

Yummy ✨

(@kate.eats.clean)

3 Minutes Ago

Sometimes we have to motivate each other to keep going. What are you doing today to get outside?

(@glutenfreestephy)

2 Minutes Ago

Stayed up late last night because I was at the @champagnepapi concert!! He’s such an amazing performer😍 All I wanted this morning was pancakes with a big juicy fig!! I used @birchbenders paleo mix, @frontiercoop cinnamon & almond milk. Heated them on the stove with @chosenfoods avocado oil spray. Once they were done I drizzle them in @crazyrichardspb!! Happy Thursday❤️

I have been B.U.S.Y. between organizing and pulling off a successful back to school drive and helping plan my sisters wedding, bridal shower, and bachelorette party...that’s happening in like a week...we found out like two weeks ago 😂🤷🏽‍♀️This is my sister, and I love her and wouldn’t have her any other way lol...anyways, here’s some meals I’ve snapped in the past couple days at least, lol. I present...bun-less Philly cheesesteak, Pimento cheese cheddar bacon burgers, and a Big Mac salad😋all of these are super easy! And took no more than 30 minutes to prepare👌🏽 . . . . #ketogeniclifestyle #ketogeniclife #ketogenicliving #ketorecipes #ketoresults #keto #ketoaf #ketosis #ketofood #ketodiet #ketogenic #ketogenicdiet #atkins #paleo #atkinsdiet #paleodiet #paleorecipes #eatfatlosefat #ketocommunity #lchf #lchfdiet #lowcarbhighfat #ketofam #bodybybacon #bacon #ketofriendly #sugarfree #whatsonmyplate

(@cofcnaturalhistory)

2 Minutes Ago

Yesterday our paleontologist Dr Boessenecker spent two hours sorting and identifying a veritable hoard of fossils - Folly Beach resident and fossil collector Laura Pavlides brought in a 30 lb bag of fossils found on the beach near her house! Amongst her collection were turtle shell fragments, alligator, horse, sloth, tapir, and elephant teeth from the Pleistocene (Ice Age-likely basal Wando Formation) and many whale bone fragments and fish skulls from the Pliocene (Goose Creek Limestone; 3-5 million years old). Laura was kind enough to donate to us a rare earbone of a pygmy sperm whale (Kogiidae) - thanks Laura! Dr B was quite impressed with her success at collecting many of the more obscure and difficult to spot fossils out at Folly Beach. Keep walking those beaches! @cofc @cofcgeology @cofcgeologyclub @cofcssm #beachcombing #follybeach #southcarolina #spermwhale #fossil #fossils #paleo #paleontology #fossilcollector #pleistocene #iceage #pliocene #lowcountryfossils #cofc #charleston #charlestonsc #naturalhistory #naturalhistorymuseum #museum #outreach

About last night... Oven baked Moroccan ras el hanout chicken leg, served with roasted vegetables. Verdict: off the scale yummy. Please see my page for details of Belle's 100 Days Worldwide Diet and Fitness Challenge. Monday 27th August, 2018 to Tuesday 4th December, 2018 **Joining deadline Friday 24th August**

#repost @melisamutfakta ・・・ TAHİNLİ KURABİYE 🔻Malzemeler; •1 su bardağı tahin •1 su bardağı sıvıyağ •1.5 su bardağı pudra şekeri •1 su bardağı ceviz •4 su bardağı un •Yarım paket kabartma tozu 🔺Yapılışı •Bir kapta tahin, sıvıyağ ve şeker karıştırılır •Ceviz ve kabartma tozu eklenir •Unu 3 bardaktan sonra yavaş yavaş eklenir •Hamurun kıvamı ne çok sert, ne çok yumuşak olacak •Hamurdan küçük parçalar alınıp yuvarlanır •Yağlanmamış tepsiye aralıklı olarak dizilir •170 derecede önceden ısıtılmış fırına pişirilir. Kurabiyeler kabarıp çatlamaya başlayınca ısıyı 150 dereceye düşürülür •Kurabiyeler hafif pembeleşmeye başlayınca fırından alınır •Tepsiden alırken, dikkatli olalım. Çünkü çok çabuk dağılıyor. Afiyet olsun🙋🏽‍♀️♥️ 🔺🔻🔺🔻🔺🔻🔺🔻 #coffeeandseasons#foodlove#fooddiary#thatsdarling#foodforthought#foodpost#foostagram#desing#photograpy#instafood#foodgram#foodforfoodies#foodrecipes#happyhour#paleo#cleaneating#hungry#nom#yummy#fooide#eatfamous#food#foodlover#thehappynow#theartofslowling#kurabiye#tahinlikurabiye#cookies#vscocam

(@wholefullyyours)

2 Minutes Ago

Good morning and happy Thursday! I was in the mood for something a little different this morning so I fried some plantains and used them as a toast substitute to get my eggs to my pie hole. Swipe➡️ to see my perfect bite! . . . . #whole30 #augustwhole30 #whole30food #whole30meals #whole30life #whole30alumni #whole30homies #paleo #paleofood #paleolifestyle #paleomeals #paleoeats #paleobreakfast #glutenfree #dairyfree #healthy #healthymeal #delicious #yum #jerf #realfood #hotsauce #tostones #nomnom

(@alijoslin)

4 Minutes Ago

‼️PSA: ponytails aren’t safe for squat day‼️It’s important to know how to bail out of a movement safely, but I didn’t realize your hair was a risk factor as well! Before attempting to use max weight on your lifts, you need to know what to do if things go wrong. If you are about to thrust a metal bar over your head, knowing how to escape from potentially getting crushed will give you more confidence when going for that PR. There seems to be a stigma towards bailing or failing a lift. There is no shame in failing lifts. One overlooked reason of why to intentionally miss a lift deals with the technique and neurological side of lifting. Consistently missing lifts in training due to technical issues and improper form obviously does not result to progress. So, why are athletes still “muscling” the weight up and straining to get the bar locked-out overhead? When the bar path is inefficient and your technique fails, then the lift may not be worth saving…even if you are strong enough. Every repetition should emphasize proper positioning and perfect technique, in order to construct the most efficient bar path through neural adaptation. Sure you got the bar up today, but not only did you subject yourself to injury, you have unintentionally taught your body an inefficient bar path. If you lose stable footing and have to dive under and save a lift, then the lift it may not be worth saving. In sum, as you’re watching this laughing, remember long hair needs to be in a bun when you are lifting heavy... because what I difference 5 pounds made!⏭ P.S. don’t worry mom, I’m okay ❤️😇

(@_odis_basket_)

3 Minutes Ago

Gut healing vegetable soup 💗😋 Served with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, fresh parsley, pepper and salt (recipe: 1 zucchini, 1/2 aubergine, 6-12 carrots, 1/2 cup homemade fodmap friendly bone broth, handful of kale, 1 cup filtered water, spices, parsley) Steam or boil the veggies and blend everything in a blender until nice and creamy. Enjoy! #guthealth #guthealing #lowfodmap #fodmap #gutfriendly #soup #vegetables #recipe #healthy #food #nutritious #healthyfood #recipe #green #cleaneating #detox #tasty #paleo #grainfree #dairyfree #nosugar #yummy #delicious #healthyeats

(@fresh_creations_)

3 Minutes Ago

Eating clean doesn’t have to taste bland. Our Grilled Chicken with a Fresh Mango and Avocado Salsa satisfies your nutritional and flavorful needs all in one 🙌🏻🥑 The new menu for delivery comes out every Monday through Thursday. Order at www.freshcreationsfl.com #southflorida#lighthousepoint#deerfieldbeach#bocaraton#delraybeach#freshcreationsfl#eatclean#healthyfood#healthylifestyle#fitfood#fitnessmotivation#paleo#glutenfree#vegetarian#mealprep#delivery#fresh

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-05 06:31:34

Meal Prepping your lunches doesn’t have to be CRAZY time consuming... - - On weeks when I have time, I love to do more with my meal prep and add variety. But, not having time is no excuse to not prepare. “Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.” When in a pinch for lunches, keep it simple. Protein, Green veggies, healthy fats. - - The weird part is how much I look forward to these meals after an unhealthy day of eating like July 4th! 🇺🇸 . . . . .

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-05 17:19:15

There’s no filter on this one boys and girls. Those are real eggs the way eggs are supposed to look. #farmingforlife raises chickens in the right way and it shows in the deep orange yolks their eggs have . . Eggs are one of the foods that have become inundated with buzz words for marketing. First it was organic, then cage-free, then free-range, but what you really want is pastured . . Any of the other descriptors can include chickens that are given a small patch of dirt outside to sit in. Chickens need sunlight, bugs, soil, poop, compost, and anything they can get into to get the nutrition they require to be healthy and happy . . #farmingforlife goes above and beyond by giving their chickens unfenced reign over the whole farm, organic feed that supplements them with sea minerals and other vital nutrients, and the scraps left over from their sauerkraut production that the chickens love to dig through . . There’s a lot more in those little orange yolks than you might imagine.

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-07 10:00:55

When the ingredients in your fridge don’t seem to go together 🧐, put on your mad scientist hat and get to work. Ingenuity is a learned skill in any part of life. See it as an opportunity. . . . That was the case with this little creation, which turned out to be amazeballs. What do you do when all you have is ground sausage, butternut squash, kale, avocado, and mango salsa? Why, stack them of course. . . . 1lb ground sausage (thanks @tynerpondfarm ) 1/2 a butternut squash 1 avocado 1 bunch of kale A jar of mango or peach salsa Sriracha and paprika to taste . . . Form sausage into patties and sear in a pan or griddle. Cut the skinny part of the butternut squash into 1/4 inch discs, remove skins, brush with olive oil and salt, and roast in oven at 400F until soft. Sautée chopped kale in a pan with coconut oil, salt, and pepper until wilted. Now stack that shit. . . It’s that easy. Put stuff together. Try something new. It may flop or it may bring out your genius.

(@podtastic_eats)

4 Minutes Ago

How would you describe myself? Well, I think that the answer to that question depends on a few other factors. Who is my audience? What important facts about me am I looking to portray? Am I being honest or am I upselling myself? What does the person asking the question actually want to hear? . . These are the questions that I ask myself, but really, the most honest answer that I can give is that I am a High Functioning Introvert. Don’t get me wrong, I love people. But on my own terms and in my own space. Can I function in a large group? Or course. Can I even appear to love being the center of attention? Well, sure. But the truth is, I’m not comfortable. The entire time I’m being the life of the party, I’m dreaming of being home with my husband and my kids. I don’t let that change the “who” that people see, but an introvert will always be my what when describing my personality type. . . #healthyeating #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #holistichealth #holisticnutrition #paleo #primal #jerf #cleaneating #glutenfree #grainfree #cleanketo #dairyfree #keto #ketogenic #ketodiet #lchf #lowcarb #dairyfreeketo #carnivore #carnivorediet #introvert #beingme

(@adenafarms)

4 Minutes Ago

One year ago today, we launched our online store! 🎂 We are truly grateful for the support you have given our family farm this past year. People like you, who support local farms, are the key to positive change in our food system! We're looking forward to another year with lots of exciting things in the works and new products coming your way! 🎉 . . . . #familyfarm #localfood #florida #adenafarms #cleaneating #farm #birthday #happybirthdaytome #paleo #keto

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-09 18:11:12

Operation bone broth, part 2: . . Step 2: lay out the amount of bones you want to use on a baking sheet. It depends on how much broth you want to make (this is ~6-7 lbs because that is all that will fit in my crockpot) . . Roast the bones in the oven at 350 F for 30 minutes. This will bring out some of the flavors within the bones when you make the broth. They should be browned on the outside but not cooked all the way through . . Science is coming around to validate what all of our grandmothers already knew. Bone broth is one of the most healing foods available to us. It’s no coincidence that mothers still give their sick children chicken noodle soup without knowing exactly why . . Animal bones are one of the most concentrated sources of highly bioavailable vital minerals and amino acids around. The problem is that we can’t get to the minerals easily (unless you work like a dog on that bone). Slow simmering will extract most of these minerals into the broth . . Bone broth is an excellent source of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, chondroitin, glucosamine, arginine and glycine. The gelatin in bone broth is restorative to your gut lining and can help repair leaky gut syndrome . . It is no wonder why bone broth had been used in primitive and traditional cultures across the globe for centuries. Treat your body to a steaming cup of bone broth and it will 🙏 thank you.

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-09 14:43:30

Operation Bone Broth, part 1: . . I’m going to take you step-by-step through my process (and my thought process) of making a batch of delicious, nutrient dense beef bone broth in the traditional way. This can also be done with chicken broth, but this time we will stick to beef 🥩 . . . Step 1: procure some high quality beef bones from 100% grass-fed or grass-finished cattle. The difference is that “grass-fed” could mean that they graze on pasture for part of their lifetime (which includes all cows anywhere). “100% grass-fed” or “grass-finished” means that the cows are not supplemented with grain and are not brought in to a feed lot to fatten them up before they are butchered . . There are a few places you can find high quality bones like this. You can ask local butchers if they have grass-fed beef. If they do, they can usually save the bones for you upon request. You can also ask the same question in the meat section of a health-conscious grocery store. As you can see if you swipe the pic, I get mine directly from the farmer. 👩‍🌾 . . . Farmers markets are a great place to talk directly to the farmer about the quality of their products. As you can see, their trailer has all the right buzz words, “grass-fed beef”, “pastured pork”, “pastured poultry” and so on . . I got a 10 lb bag of frozen beef bones and I’m ready to start this journey

(@eatmudco)

5 Minutes Ago

Swipe for a close up of this MUD mason jar 😋#eatmud MUD Mason Jar Layers: Vanilla MUD Banana Slices Chocolate Chips Chocolate MUD Banana Slices Almond Butter Coffee MUD Top with more chocolate chips and/or your favorite berries. . . . . . #eatclean #cleaneats #cleaneating #justeatrealfood #wholefoodplantbased #realfoodrevolution #healthyaf #dairyfree #coconutmousse #organic #nutritious #glutenfree #soyfree #gumfree #refinedsugarfree #whole30 #vegan #paleo #whatveganseat #vegansofig #noaddedsugar #mindful #mindfulness #holistichealth #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #eatwellbewell #foodismedicine

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-10 14:28:27

Operation Bone Broth, part 3: . . Step 3: Now that the bones are roasted it’s time to get the long part underway; simmering the bones . . Put them in a crockpot. You can use a stock pot on the stove but they need to cook for 24-48 hours so crockpots work best. Fill it almost to the brim with filtered or distilled water. I prefer distilled because it has the minerals removed so you can impart more of your own mineral profile with the bone nutrients and mineral rich salt . . Add 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar. The acidity helps to draw nutrients out of the bones. Now set the crockpot on low for 24 hours and leave it . . Step 4: (swipe to pic 2) if you have a nasty, fatty, brownish liquid like this you are doing it right. The next step is to add the aromatic veggies to the broth . . Traditional aromatics are onion, carrot, and celery. These give the flavor of the broth so much more of a savory body, don’t skip them. I like to also add some ginger and garlic for flavor. Chop 3 large carrots, 6 stalks of celery, one large onion, 2 inches of fresh ginger, and crush 6 whole garlic cloves . . 🔥pro tip🔥: the bones will usually have some scraps of meat on them. This is the most glorious, luxurious, unctuous meat you will ever taste! It is worth the work, in my opinion, to take the bones out at this point, let them cool, and hand pick those little heavenly bits off the bone (pic 4)😛. I’ll go over how I use the meat in the next part . . You can see the lovely gelatin that is melting off the bones and absorbing into the broth (pic 3). Different folks have different opinions on how long to simmer the bones. The longer you cook them, the more nutrients will be extracted. I’ve heard up to 72 hours. But the longer you cook them the more the flavors evolve too. I find the sweet spot to be somewhere from 36-48 hours . . Now put the bones, fat, drippings and aromatic veggies 🥕back in the broth and let it simmer for another 12-24 hours. To be continued......

(@kels_ketodiary)

5 Minutes Ago

Unintentionally fasted 20 hours due to school uniform shopping taking longer than anticipated 🤦🏻‍♀️ turkey salad, sauerkraut and olives with sour cream and @skinnyfoodco sweet chilli sauce for a late lunch #keto #ketodiet #highfat #exercise #cleaneating #ketogenic #ketolife #ketorecipes #fakeaway #ketosis #diet #healthy #paleo #gym #gymmotivation #ketogenicdiet #fastedcardio #dietblogger #cheatmeal #ketogeniclifestyle #health #ketouk #fastedcardio #ketofam #ketofood #weightloss #lowcarb #girlswholift #healthyrecipes #intermittentfasting #weightlossjourney

(@southgate_keto_club)

1 Day 14 Hours Ago

Supper was beef zucchini noodle chow mein-Sasha . . . Recipe from: https://lifemadesweeter.com/chicken-chow-mein-zoodles/ . . Made the paleo version with arrowroot powder and monk fruit erythritol for the sweetener, also beef instead of chicken . . . #zucchininoodles #zucchini #chowmein #lowcarb #lowcarbdish #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healthyrecipes #yummy #instafood #veggies #localveggies #homemade #zoodles #asianfood #beef #beefnoodles #chowmein🍝 #paleo #paleorecipes #paleofood #lifemadesweeter

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-11 17:36:19

Operation bone broth, part 4: . . We’ve now got our bones and aromatics back in the crockpot. The scrumptious bits of meat that have been inundated with the richness of the bones are sitting there in a dish.... staring at us. We’ve got 24 more hours of simmering. What to do? . . Step 5: Let’s eat it! You can use it however you want but I chose to make beef “carnitas” in this case (pic 2). Put the beef scraps in a nonstick pan and sautee until the edges get crispy, no oil needed . . I used a low carb coconut wrap from @thrivemkt (pic 5) to make a delicious #ketofriendly Beef curry wrap. It’s got fresh greens, beef carnitas, curry sauce, and #sriracha (Pic 3 and 4) . . It was absolutely nomnoms, highly recommended. Stay tuned for the broth turnout in the next part.

(@hangrygorls)

7 Minutes Ago

avacado chicken tomato hard boiled egg and balsamic glaze 🔥🔥 (cobb salad) also follow our instas @maddie.irving @daniellejahn :)

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-12 20:00:56

Operation bone broth, part 5: . . Step 6: you’ve got a swampy looking brown liquid with soggy solids all through it (pic 2). Perfect. Turn off the crockpot, let it cool for an hour. Now strain the broth solids out with a colander over a large bowl . . The broth yield with my crockpot completely packed full of bones and veggies is about a gallon. Comparing to the kettle and fire broth that I posted earlier (which I am a big fan of by the way), that will run you about $8 per 16 oz, which is $64/gallon. This stuff is higher quality and more delicious in my opinion (and cheaper!) . . You get the added bonus of having created something. You are also closer to your food this way, realizing what goes into it, the full cost. The closer we get to the origin of our food, the less likely we are to condone destructive farming practices and inhumane treatment of animals. The ONLY way those things persist is that we are so separated from the origins of our food by the many processing steps it goes through. Out of sight out of mind allows us to choose convenience over responsibility . . That doesn’t mean you have to make everything from scratch. Convenience can be a good thing. But take an opportunity like this to connect with your food when you can. To be continued....

(@deepwellness)

2018-07-14 09:27:35

Operation bone broth, part 6: . . Step 7: cover your hot bowl of bone broth with suran wrap or a lid and put it in the fridge for 24 hours. This will slow all the fat on the top harden into tallow so you can easily peel it off (pic 1) . . Step 8: break the hard crust of tallow from the top of the broth into pieces and peel them off. Put them into a pan on the stove and heat them until it melts into a liquid. Now you can pour this into a jar or container to store in the fridge. It keeps for a long time! . . You can, of course, choose to discard the tallow, but I would urge you not to. Tallow is one of the most stable fats for cooking. When you heat up an oil or fat, some of the chemical bonds are denatured and a certain amount of free radicals are created. This, along with light exposure and aging, is one thing that causes oils to go rancid and become detrimental to your health . . Tallow is a stable fat (resists rancidity) because of the lack of double bonds in the fat molecules (saturation). This means that it can handle higher temperatures and longer cooking times without becoming denatured and “bad for you” . . 🍖 fun fact 🍖: Macdonald’s used to use tallow to deep fry their French fries because of how well it resisted rancidity in the frying process. Now they use vegetable oils, which are probably the worst possible choice for that in terms of how they affect your health

(@paleodiario)

7 Minutes Ago

Hoje é dia de fritar a língua no #almoçodeverdade: barriga, acém, omelete de queijo com MUITO curry e pimenta calabresa, chuchu, abóbora, coco, azeitona, wasabi e pickles de cenoura e jalapeño #plfg #diadedescanso #paleo #warriordiet #dietadoguerreiro #jejumintermitente #lowcarb #lowcarbbr #iifym #dietaflexivel