Recipes for the 10 Day Cleanse Phase
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Make healthier food choices. If you feel better – you eat better. Ready for some tips? When you eat better – you will want to exercise more. You WILL Succeed.
Limit your bad carbohydrates. Enjoy lean protein. Drink lots of water. Add Fruits and vegetables to your daily diet! You will see positive results. Here are some ideas to help you stay on track:
Sliced Cucumbers Topped With Hummus – Sabra Roasted Red Pepper is our favorite!
Black Bean/Butternut Squash Chili
3-4 cans rinsed black beans (or freshly cooked)
In large pan, saute onion, pepper & garlic until limp. Add squash cubes & minced lime zest and cook 10-15 minutes more. Add cumin and other spices (chili powder, cocoa powder, cinnamon) if desired and sweat until spice aroma fills the kitchen.
Add tomatoes and break apart with hands or spoon. Cook 10 minutes. Add black beans, chipolte chili with adobo sauce, and heat until beans are hot.
Serve over rice for your family – skip the rice for yourself. Top with lime wedges and chopped fresh cilantro.
Preparation time: 1 hr
Fiber Muffin Recipe
If you absolutely cannot do the fiber drink – here ya go
6 packages Fiber
Stir this into the dry ingredients and blend together.
Bake at 350 for about 20-30 minutes.
Eat 2 muffins a day for the first three days and 2 muffins a day for the last 3 days.
|Simple Salmon SaladDrizzle a bit of garlic grapeseed or olive oil over salmon, and season with fresh lime juice, sea salt, and ground pepper. Pan fry each side for about 5 minutes. Set on a bed of leafy green spinach, add fresh salsa, cucumber, hummus, tomatoes, pepperoncini, and a bit of low-fat , lower calorie/carb dressing, and VOILA! Lunch, AdvoCare Cleanse Style, is served.|
|From Hungry Girl.What, in a regular salad bar, is best?Salad bars can be a good option. You have total control over what goes onto your plate — so if you make good decisions, that’s GREAT. But there are some not-so-smart choices at those DIY salad stations, and the calories and fat can add up FAST.
Here’s a quick rundown of how to build a delicious no-guilt salad…
Veg Out - Start your salad with leafy greens (I love chopped romaine) and then pile on lots of other veggies — sliced peppers, grape tomatoes, shredded carrots, sliced beets, and more. Avoid marinated veggies that look super-shiny — those are probably loaded with fatty oil.
Pick the Right Protein - Stick with lean protein, like chunks of white-meat chicken, turkey breast, and plain flaked tuna. Steer clear of things like salami, scoopy salads (they’re most likely made with full-fat mayo), and bacon. Avoid cheese. Toss on some beans (chickpeas rock) and sliced hard-boiled egg whites too (leave out the yolks).
Crunchy Toppers - Skip the croutons, tortilla chips, Chinese noodles, and anything else that might be fried. Add some crunch to your salad with things like sliced water chestnuts, thinly sliced almonds (just a tablespoon or so), and crispy raw veggies.
Dressings & Dressing Swaps - Look for dressings labeled “fat free” or “low fat,” and get some on the side — then dip (don’t pour). No fat-free or low-fat finds? Your best bet is to go with straight-up balsamic vinegar (not vinaigrette!) — it’s loaded with intense flavor, so you don’t need much, and it’s super-low in calories. Salsa is another awesome low-calorie choice, and it will give your salad a zesty kick. Don’t like those options? Play it safe and bring along your favorite light dressing. Smuggle in a bottle of spray dressing in my purse. Shhhhh…