Want a bit of a kick to lose weight for summer? I’m getting ready to go on a cruise, during which I will undoubtedly eat and drink myself silly and have a great time! When I return, I’ll need some accountability to get back on track with losing weight. So I’ve decided to host a Diet Bet game right after Memorial Day weekend. Yep, enjoy your BBQ and squeezing into that swimsuit, then join me to get a bit more hot for summer. 😉
Here’s how it works: you bet $35 on yourself to lose 4% of your weight in 4 weeks. If you win, you get your money back and get to split the pot with the other winners! And to sweeten the offer, if you join my game I’ll give you a free Get Fit and Slim audio file to help you win! I’ll also post helpful tips daily from my Fat-burning Beast program to give you every possibility for success with your weight loss. And because it’s been shown that if you have a friend in the game with you, you’ll lose 52% more weight, I’ll give a free session to whomever joins and gets the most friends to join. There’s never been a better time to get rid of those cravings!
Let’s have some fun and support each other to dial in our nutrition and activity in healthy ways for continued better health. All of my tips will be in the spirit of getting out of the diet mentality and into a longevity mindset for long-term success.
Click HERE to sign up!
For someone who always hated cauliflower, it’s amazing how I eat these pancakes almost every day! I make them a couple of different ways: sweet and savory. They’re both delicious.
I start with ricing a whole head of cauliflower (or you can use riced cauliflower in a bag) and mixing it with 2 eggs and some sea salt. Then I divide the mixture into 4 equal servings and refrigerate 3 of them. I fry up one slice of bacon extra crispy, remove the bacon from the pan and add the cauliflower mixture to the bacon grease, patting it into a round pancake shape. I let it cook until the edges are brown and it slides easily in the pan, then flip it over and let it cook on the other side for a bit.
Half of the time it falls apart spectacularly, but it doesn’t matter – it still works out great! I put it on a plate and top with the bacon.
If I want sweet, I’ll add some more bacon, pulled pork or breakfast sausage and some sugar-free maple syrup (I like Lakanto).
If I want savory, I love to add a scrambled egg, guacamole and sprouts for a sort of avocado toast dish (pictured above).
Get creative and add whatever you want. It’s a really versatile thing. Want more protein? I sometimes add unflavored whey or collagen peptides to the “batter” and it works out great. Enjoy!
I’ll be on a holistic living panel at the next iNetwork Expo at the Avion Center in Chandler, AZ, on May 2: What 6-figure Earners Know About Health and Wealth That You Don’t. It’s an all-day event, but the panel is scheduled for 9:00-9:45 a.m. Here’s what the organizer has to say about the event. Click here for more details and to get your ticket!
***I get 4 complimentary VIP tickets, which I will give to the first 4 people who ask me for them! Network Together members are not eligible.***
NETWORK TOGETHER, LLC – ARIZONA’S FASTEST GROWING INDEPENDENT ENTREPRENEUR, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND NETWORKING COMMUNITY ANNOUNCES THEIR SPRING iNETWORKEXPO – MAY 2nd AT THE AVION CENTER IN CHANDLER, ARIZONA
Business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals will come together for a day or learning, business building, and connecting from across Arizona and other states.
Event will include:
3 speakers: Jane M. Powers with Let’s Talk Impact, Daniel Miller with Click and Grow Rich, and Noah St. John with Success Clinic
4 Expert Panels:
– Holistic Living
– Public Speaking
– Real Estate & Investing
– Marketing & Media
Breakout Networking Sessions
Lunch & Light Refreshments
Caricature Artist, Andre Bland
Interested in being an exhibitor or a Title Sponsor? Looking to attend only?
For more information: www.inetworktogether.net or call (602) 228-0907.
Network Together, “Where relationships create community and commerce follows”.
Lighthouse Psychiatry is providing a fantastic opportunity to learn about many different non medical healing modalities that complement medical treatments for mental health. I’ll be speaking on Hypnotherapy for Mental Health and will have a vendor table with self-care products available. Stop by for a short relaxation experience to give yourself a mid-day reboot!
It’s free and open to everyone, so please share with anyone you think might benefit from this information. It will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix Tempe located at 4400 S Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282.
Doors open at 9:45.
Speakers will provide information on the following topics:
Advanced Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Treatment
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)/ Trauma therapy
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)/ Trauma Therapy
Genetics and Nutrition
Check out some of the interactive activities we will have on the vendor side!
Chair Massages (yay!)
Essential Oils (make and take calming blends)
Interactive Sand tray (learn how sand play is incorporated into therapy)
Float spa (games and prizes)
Personal trainer/fitness (fun interactive activities TBA)
Foods for Detox and Mental health (holistic nutritionist and chef is bringing food to try!)
Hypnotherapy (enjoy a short relaxation session!)
Chinese Medicine/Acupressure (interactive! learn some easy acupressure points!)
Lighthouse TMS (games, selfie station, experience TMS and more!)
Naturopath/Functional doctor (talk to the doctor!)
Equine Therapy (learn about the benefits of therapy animals and meet a sweet furry friend!)
There will be light refreshments provided. Follow Lighthouse Psychiatry on social media for all the newest info and updates on this event. Register on eventbrite before April 1st and bring your ticket to the event to enter the raffle for prizes!
Want more information? Visit LighthouseTMS.com.
I love soup, and it’s so easy to make. Want a meal fast but don’t have anything made? No problem! Put some bone broth in a pot and add meat (can cook in the soup or be pre-cooked) and veggies and season to taste. That’s it!
For the chicken zoodle soup above (one serving just for me), I put a cup of chicken bone broth in a small stock pot and added 5 oz of cooked chicken breast, a cup of chopped spinach, 2 oz of zucchini noodles and 1/4 cup of diced fire-roasted canned tomatoes. I seasoned it with Jane’s Crazy Salt and heated through – just a few minutes. Muy delicioso!
I also love the combination of pork breakfast sausage, chopped butternut squash (I buy it frozen) and chopped kale. Throw together whatever you like. Great way to use up leftovers!
Not only do you get great nutrition from the meat and veg, but you get collagen from the bone broth. Collagen nourishes your skin, hair, nails, and joints, and you get it whenever you eat the skin and connective tissue of your meat. Just make sure it’s “bone broth”, not plain ol’ “broth”, which is made from muscle tissue that has no collagen in it. You can buy it at the store or make your own with bones you buy at the store. I love buying a seasoned rotisserie chicken, eating the meat or using it in a pot of soup or something, then boiling the rest of the carcass, skin and all, for several hours. I’ll strain it, toss the chicken parts, let it cool, and then skim off the fat to save in the freezer for cooking. What’s left is liquid gold, already seasoned. Put in containers and freeze til you need it for soup or other recipes. Easy peasy! 🙂
Done torturing yourself trying to adhere to that new hyped diet and/or exercise plan? Good! Time to get serious and take steps toward metabolic flexibility and optimal gene expression – in a word, longevity. Let’s turn off those chronic illness genes – or keep you from turning them on in the first place. When you’re in fat-burning mode these are the bennies you get, and then some.
Start down this path by making some easy, comfortable changes of your choice. For the next 21 days, you’ll make a change a day in one of ten different aspects of your life. This is not one-size-fits-all. You’ll get to choose what exact changes to make and how much to change them, so that you won’t feel any suffering or deprivation, and you’ll have an easier time maintaining these changes long-term. Even little changes in the right direction can make profound improvements in your health.
Participants are encouraged to share ideas, successes, recipes, support each other, ask questions, and help each other work out what to do or how to do it. Find an exercise buddy. Have a cooking party. Let’s get creative and have fun!
There will be NO COUNTING CALORIES, NO STRUCTURED WORKOUTS, NO DIET PILLS and NO EQUIPMENT TO PURCHASE. I want you to be free of all of that nonsense and fit the changes you make into a convenient revised lifestyle that doesn’t disrupt your life but rather enhances it. This is all about easy, because nobody loves easy more than me! 🙂
We’d love to have you join us! Just go to THIS Facebook group and request to join, and you’re in! It formally starts on February 4, but we’ve already started interacting in the group – feel free to do so, as well.
Take a breather from the calorie counting, macro tracking and rigid workout schedules to focus on making some gradual changes as you feel like making them, all while taking it easy and enjoying your life. My philosophy is simple: work with your body, not against it. It’s amazing how often we get in our own way when trying to live healthier lives. Sometimes we need to outsmart our brains to do what’s best for us.
This is a book of body/mind goals to help you move toward optimal gene expression at your own pace, moving a little more toward each goal as you can, so you feel better and have more energy every day and no feelings of deprivation or suffering. Get out of a dieter’s mindset and into a mindset of longevity with this simple guide. No research or expert opinion to wade through here; I’ve already done that footwork for you. This is a quick reference for those who want to cut to the chase and just know what they should start working toward, in their own way at at their own time.
This course is interactive, so just leave comments or questions at the bottom of any lesson and they will be answered! Use the last section of the class to keep yourself accountable, too – an accountability buddy will always be there for you! You can also request that certain information be included in the lessons, and I’ll be happy to do so. I’ll be continually updating the course with new tips, tricks, information, recipes and anything else I think might be helpful or fun!
Whether you’re wanting to start on the right road to optimum health or tweak the road you’re already on, this course will give you the tools you need to be successful.
Learn more and get started HERE!
Fathead dough is a wonderful thing. You can make anything with it – pizza crust, bagels, cinnamon rolls – all of the great comfort foods that carbaholics miss after going keto!
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Combine in a large, microwave-safe bowl:
Microwave for 1 minute, stir, then microwave for another 30 seconds. Stir until mixed well, then add:
Turn out onto a baking sheet with a nonstick surface and pat into a thin, round pizza shape. Bake for 12 minutes or until lightly brown. Add pizza sauce, mozzarella and any toppings you’d like. Sprinkle lightly with dried oregano and sea salt. Put back into the oven for 5 minutes or until cheese melts.
***Watch the video HERE!***
I love making grilled cheese sandwiches. My grandmother taught me how to make them many years ago in her old cast iron skillet. Now I have her skillet and I make my sandwiches just how she taught me, only I make them with low-carb bread I make from scratch in 90 seconds! It hits just the right spot when I want comfort food, and it makes me feel even better because it reminds me of good times with Grammie. 🙂