Tonight is chicken and faux rice bowl with olive oil drizzled on the spinach. The cauliflower rice tasted amazing with melted butter, garlic, and a little sea salt. And of course the chicken breast from @acg_meats @kingjohnallnatural never disappoint.
I want to talk about this man right here! So proud to be his wife and best friend! He has took his health goals serious this year and crushed them! He has so much discipline with eating right and exercising. He is now shopping from the other closet. You know the one with the smaller clothes that we will “get back into”. Well he is doing it! He has lost so many inches and is stronger than he has been in a long time! Truly proud of you my love and thankful we are doing this together! Go Team Bowman!
I love my little Keto breakfast bowl. I also love this orange ceramic bowl that came in a set from Costco. I remember when we had way more plastic containers in our cabinet than we did glass or ceramic. But when you learn things, it’s hard to unlearn them. Constantly eating plastic or food that is packaged in plastic can leave long-term side effects that you want to avoid. There are chemicals in plastic that can easily be transferred to your food by microwaving things in plastic, eating canned food lined in plastic lacquer, drinking bottled water, etc. The most commonly used chemical is phthalates, which makes plastics soft and bendable. This is not chemically bound to plastic, so it can get transferred to other things easily. That's not the worst part. Some problems from ingesting this chemical are premature births, asthma, cancer, miscarriage, male infertility, premature breast development, and abnormal male sexual development. Right now, they don't seem like threats, but they will when you get older. You don’t have to do everything perfect, but why not change the things we can. Plus these bowls are prettier than plastic ones 🤣
Have you ever met someone who lived in their past? It makes me sad when I see people thinking about the “what if’s” from their past. Sometimes we all live in the past and keeps us from moving forward. I recently caught myself thinking about what I weighed at certain ages and places in my life. (Recent as this morning 😕) I realized that I was comparing where I am now with where I was at those times. (To all you younger women, people don’t lie when they say it’s harder to get the excess weight off as you get older 🤪) That is so not fair to me. I am a totally different person than I was a year ago, 5 years ago, 10 years ago, and definitely 20 years ago. My body is almost 52 years old. I slid through menopause pretty easily. Thank God for Clary Sage and Progessence Plus! I am going to live in the Present and be thankful for the gift God has given me of right now. Is there something that is keeping you from moving forward because you are stuck in the past?