Make December the healthiest month of the year!! What we tell ourselves determines everything– don’t listen to those people talking about ‘holiday weight gain’ or ‘falling-off over the holidays.’ You decide what kind of month it’s going to be (and nothing better than starting the new year already feeling super fabulous!).
Ghee is great to cook with, not only is ghee full of healthy nutrients, but it also has a high smoke-point and therefore much safer to cook with than most vegetable oils. That said, as much as I think ghee is great to use in cooking, I don’t believe it should be taken as an isolated dietary supplement. In today’s video I talk about why.
The answer is yes! And in today’s video I talk about my own experience of emotional eating, and what I did to counter it, and eventually set myself free of it!
Transitioning off of a diet you have been on for a very long time is never easy. I can definitely admit that!! As most everyone knows, it’s only been in recent years that I started eating meats, fish and animal products again. I was a strict vegetarian for 20 years and on a 100% raw vegan diet for almost 4 years following that, but because of a vitamin B12 deficiency I developed while on the raw vegan diet, I decided to incorporate meats, fish, seafood and animal products back into my diet to reverse the deficiency. That dietary change was massive for me, on all levels, and I can be the first one to admit that during the transition I fumbled and made mistakes. In today’s video I share the three biggest mistakes I made during the first 6 months of transitioning off of the raw vegan diet and what I learned from that experience.