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I have very exciting news this week, friends!
My brand new eBook launched on Tuesday. OVERCOMING UNDEREATING is my manifesto to help you break free from the health issues caused by eating too little on a real food diet.
This guide will help you overcome what I’ve seen time and time again in my clients, and what I know many of you who have decided to switch to a real food diet are facing…
Undereating on a real food or Paleo diet!
Yep, it’s a real issue… and one that many women I work with are struggling with.
You might not be eating enough to supply your body with the fuel it needs to perform even its most basic functions, let alone support your busy lifestyle.
When you cut out all those grains, sugars, and processed foods you let go of a lot of calories. These calories can be difficult to recover using real food, unless you are very mindful about how much you are eating at each and every meal.
And that’s where this handy guide comes in.
I created this eBook as a simple roadmap for you. In this eBook you’ll learn:
— Why the topic of undereating is so important
— How to know if you’re at risk for undereating
— Some common signs and symptoms of undereating
— Three steps to help you start eating enough
— Three major mindset shifts to make this way of eating a lifestyle
This book has been months in the making and I finally took a break from seeing clients to push this little baby out into the world.
If you’d like to get your hands on this helpful eBook, click here to grab it for only $7!
I can’t wait for you to read it and let me know what you think!
And without further ado, here’s the #FedForReal recipe of the week! 🙂
Fed For Real
Recipe of the week:
Thai Beef Salad
The US is one of the leading consumers of beef worldwide, with the USDA reporting an average consumption last year of ~55.4lb /person. Not all beef is created equal though, with a large portion of this beef arising from industrial farming sources, which poses greater environmental implications than grass-fed varieties.
Grass-fed beef is also more beneficial health-wise, boasting higher levels of essential fatty acids like omega-3 and conjugated linoleic acid, vitamin A and E precursors and antioxidants.
You’ll get all those nutrients and more from this delicious Thai-inspired salad recipe!
Thai Beef Salad
Prep time: 15 min / Cook Time: 20 /Total time: 35 minutes
1 serving = 711 calories, 25g fat, 46g protein, 76g carbs, 6g fiber
- ¼ cup Tamari or Coconut Aminos
- 1 tsp grated Ginger
- 2 Garlic cloves, chopped
- 1 Lime, juice and zest
- 9oz (~250g) Grass-fed Beef Steak, sliced
- 7oz (200g) 100% Buckwheat noodles, cooked as per label
- 2 TB Olive oil
- 1 TB Rice wine vinegar
- 2 TB Raw Cashews, chopped
- 2 Shallots, diced
- 1 cup fresh Mint, chopped
- 1 cup fresh Basil, chopped
- 2 large Carrots, shredded or grated
- 1 large cucumber, sliced
- 4 cups mixed Leafy Greens
- Combine 2 TB tamari, ginger, 1 clove of garlic and lime zest in a bowl and add the steak strips. Marinate for 5-10 minutes.
- Cook buckwheat noodles as per packet instructions
- Add ½ TB olive oil to a large skillet. Add the beef and marinade and cook for 3-4 minutes or until well browned.
- Add the remaining Tamari, rice wine vinegar, olive oil, lime juice and garlic to a small jar with a lid. Shake to combine.
- Add mint, basil, carrots, snow peas and greens to a large salad bowl. Toss to combine.
- Serve ½ the salad with ½ the beef, drizzled with half the dressing and topped with cashews.