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WhenI introduced my baby daughter to solid foods, I thought I’d be the one to shape her attitudes about food, healthy eating habits, and table manners. But little did I know that in between mashing banana on the wall and painting her face with avocado, she would be the one teaching me how to eat.
Here’s what I’ve learned about healthy eating from my little one… so far.
This craveable chili recipe is lighter than traditional chili, and not just in color. It features creamy white beans and tender chunks of chicken in a flavorful broth and hints at the fresh flavors of spring with juicy red bell peppers and aromatic cilantro. It’s lightly spiced with cumin and chili powder and mild, roasted green chilies. Instead of high-calorie cheese this Chicken and White Bean Chili is topped with a dollop of Greek yogurt.
Sweet pineapple and crunchy radishes go perfectly with tender, slow-cooked pork loin in these mouth-watering tacos.
Martha had never worked out before and had poor eating habits. She was struggling to keep up with her kids. She decided to get in shape and used 21 Day Fix EXTREME to lose 50 pounds! She completed 7 rounds and had great results! Here’s how she did it, in her own words.
“I actually began my fitness journey with 21 Day Fix EXTREME. It was a bit of a challenge at first, but having a modifier helped tremendously until I was able to do the program with no problem.
This is a great recipe to use leftover chicken and baked sweet potatoes. Don’t have leftovers? Sshhhh....the dish in the photograph above was made with a chicken breast from a rotieserrie picked up after work from the supermarket and a bag of frozen cubed sweet potatoes. And it was indeed hearty, and delicious!
Maple syrup isn’t just for pancakes and waffles. It adds its unique buttery vanilla flavor and a touch of sweetness to this chocolate and peanut butter smoothie. Now, this is a breakfast we could dig into every morning.
I’ve got a serious weak spot for crumble bars, in all forms. Whenever I treat myself to a fancy latte from the coffee shop, I can’t help but notice the fruit crumble bars that gleam behind the shiny glass display. They’re basically begging me to take one home! To be honest, sometimes I do. But most of the time I skip right over them, because pastries like these are notoriously packed with calories, fat, and processed sugar.