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Snack Trigger Happy Culprits (salt, sugar, and flour)
The eight-organic-nut-list considered healthy snacks. Avoid eating bad carbs in combination with the nutty selection. For example, munching on nuts with sugary drinks like; any cola, water or milk sweetened with ANYTHING; flavored water, coffee, tea with sugar. Yes, beer and wine are on the list. Get nutty with a cold unsweetened tea, coffee, or lemon/lime water and get thin. Yes, you read correctly, thin. Write to me for suggestions if you really must have a sweetener.
- Soy Nuts
Now why eat organic nuts? Well, the alternative would be flour, salty, or artificial sweet treat.
There is always d ’veggie, the best item on the plate. But! No dairy sauces, sweet or salty ingredients to dip. None even with just water. Ha-ha, so mean.
Did you know that most chips have a flour coating to make them crispy good?
Back to flour. I LOVE BREAD!
Flour is mentioned and referred to as an ingredient, a process, and a product.
Flour tastes so good! Yet it is my humble opinion; consuming ‘flour’ increases your acidic levels, which spikes your glucose levels in your pancreas producing enzymes that secrete insulin that reserves your fat for later use.
Always keep in mind that certain levels of salt, in turn, increases insulin resistance.
Listen up. I’m not a nutritionist, but what I do know, you’ll only eat so much of the nutty goodies, clench your snack tooth by eliminating the salty or sugary stuff. It’s that simple. Try it!
Boy, do I have a list of goodies, sweet goody list for you, stay tuned.
Have you ever wondered what flour has in store for you? The Road to Flourless. Read more here - The Road To Flourless
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