This is part of a random series (meaning I’ll post when I find them) called Holy X! which will highlight times when something looks so innocent, but then you find out it totally isn’t. I love cookies and brownies, so I always live in hope when I see a healthier, protein-filled form of a…
These taste great! And they were incredibly moist, even after 4 days in the fridge in a airtight container.
I’m always on the hunt for especially breakfast foods on the go, since I spent a good deal of time traveling, either in hotel rooms or camping. And I love both breakfast foods and anything chocolate, so I was really excited to hear about the new FlapJacked Mighty Muffins.
Here’s how we managed to keep my blood sugar even during general anesthesia.
These pancakes are great!
And to my shock, I not only didn’t have any issues with my blood sugar and hypoglycemia, but I also lost weight!
The night before the surgery, I prepared some of easy-to-finish/easy to reheat meals
Note: I was not compensated for this post nor did KIND know about this post prior to me publishing it. One of the questions I took to my dietician was snack ideas that would be good for my hypoglycemia, good for me overall, and were reasonable in cost. She highly recommends KIND bars. Originally, I…
There are the equivalent of almost 9 sugar cubes in this damn can of coffee.
Happy Halloween everyone! As you already know from previous posts, my current protein bar of choice is ThinkThin. They taste great, have ZERO sugar in them, and they are a hell of a lot cheaper than Quest Bars ($1.25 for ThinkThin, $2.50 for Quest, if you eat one a day, that’s about a $40…