Food Guilt a real thing, I see it all the time with my nutrition coaching clients. They come to be because they are frustrated and need a little help, they typically believe that healthy food is bland or boring because we have been conditioned to think that. They use to eat the bland food and felt unsatisfied and would crave something better. Then when they ate the thing, you know the thing that you’re “not suppose to eat” you end up feeling like crap, can feel shame or guilt because you know if you keep doing this you will never reach your goals which can lead to a downward spiral.
One of my BIGGEST missions is to show people that healthy eating CAN and SHOULD be flavourful, fun and really tasty (and help women heal their relationships with food and their bodies too). One of the easiest ways to make a food taste great is to add in spices and aromas. This ignites your senses and helps to kick start digestion even before you take your first bite.
This is one of the reasons I love Indian and Thai food. There is no shortage of spices, and this is amazing because spices add a lot of smell and flavour with no calories, no to low sodium and have amazing health benefits. When cooking I try and think of different ways to add in not only spices, but colours and fun flavours.
Keep reading to find out ways to add more flavour to your meals with out adding a lot of calories, sodium or sugar and grab this easy and delish recipe.Read More