I’m glad you all enjoyed reading about my 5 ingredient crispies!
This morning I went to chocolate heaven.
All thanks to this little guy…
Into my blender went:
- 1 packet of true vitality chocolate protein powder
- ~ 1.25 cups unsweetened chocolate almond milk
- 5 frozen unsweetened chocolate almond milk cubes
- 1/2 frozen banana
- 1 T espresso
It was SO chocolaty delicious I never wanted it to end. But then it did.
It’s okay, we’ll meet again tomorrow 🙂
On a not so chocolaty note…I have a confession.
I’ve been feeling a little guilty for neglecting Barbara lately, but I’ve recently found a new love.
Nature’s Path Heritage Flakes. They’re crunchy and have just the right amount of sweetness making them oh so perfect to munch on any time of the day.
I’m pretty sure you can tell I’m quite enamored with cereal, but did you know I used to never eat cereal? As in, I didn’t eat a lick of it for a good 5 or so years.
I somehow had it engraved in my mind that ALL cereal was bad for you and shouldn’t be touched. And now I realize that is the wrong mindset. There are still many cereals out there that are loaded with sugar that I still wouldn’t touch, but there are also whole grain cereals that are packed with nutrients.
I’m not positive where I got that idea from, but I want to say it came from this:
This my friends, is a book I do not recommend reading.
I read it many years ago, and I actually don’t think I ever finished it, but the book puts ideas into your mind that I now believe to be quite untrue.
Not the entire book is bad, but it is a book that needs to be read with an open mind and absorbed sparingly. He makes great points about how many peoples diets lack fruits and vegetables, but he also doesn’t tread lightly on certain matter such as oils and how they are ALL bad for us no matter what.
All in all, I just feel that this book may lead to unbalanced diets that are much too restrictive, which could in turn back fire in the long run.
How did I get from talking about neglecting Barbara to Joel Fuhrman?
Well, I’m just glad that cereals eventually found their way back into my life 🙂
What’s your favorite cereal?
Any good recommendations for health books?