Ever catch yourself standing in front of the fridge, door open and no idea why? Habit, that’s all and it’s time to tackle that and get creative in the kitchen. Reports from the front line confirm that the more we become aware of the habit of snacking, the easier it is to make a different choice. In these transition days when we often work the brain too hard, we could use a technique to assist.
So here are the top ten paleo snacks from Paleo Works. Choose carefully and soon the habit to snack will pass out of the food day.
We never used to snack by the way, it was an invention of the food industry: a finger of fudge, milky way – the snack you can eat between meals and won’t fill you up, maltesers, the lighter snack and we fell for it, hook line and sinker. Check out this fantastic documentary by Jacques Peretti and listen, don’t get fat, get even and then...fight back!
Scooby Snacks for the Discerning Eater!
- Coffee with cream
- Berries with cream
- Avocado slices with bacon bits
- Macadamia nuts
- Hard boiled eggs
- Devilled eggs
- Eggs mashed with butter
- Half a pear with some strong cheese
- Kale Chips
- Half an apple with some almond butter
PS. Whatever else you are looking for it's not in the fridge.
PPS. Fat loss is a hormonal process not a calories process. High insulin levels from carbohydrate consumption fuels fat!
PPPS. Sugar addiction (carbohydrates) comes largely down to mood. We relapse only when we feel the need for a chemical pick me-up. Coaching to master our eating habits can be a life-saver... Call us now and take advantage of a FREE discovery session. We'll explore eating habits together. take stock of your diet history and give you an idea of how we can partner together to develop an eating philosophy for life.
Kate Oliver spent years struggling with her weight and ineffective weight loss solutions – until she discovered a remarkable solution (backed by 2,000,000 years of evolution and experience) that helped her permanently lose 60lbs in eight months with no pills, calorie counting, potions, exercise or weight loss surgery. Three years later, her weight remains stable - now that's worth celebrating!