Total Fat: 8g / Total Carbs: 21g / Protein: 3g
If you spend much time looking at food posts on Facebook or Instagram, chances are that you’ve seen the hashtag #highcarbvegan. Some people seem to be following this as a specific diet (or anti-diet), which contradicts the low carb diets that most up-to-date nutrition experts recommend for health and weight loss these days. So we had to dig into this to see what it was all about.
Welcome to our new site! Lea and I are so excited to share with you our resources for delicious, healthy, mindful, ‘free-from’ living! We’ll be share tips on how to eat for your ‘free-from’ diet, how to eat the most nutritious food, how to take care of your body and mind, product reviews, and more. If you’d like to ask Lea your personal (anonymous) nutrition question, you can email her at email@example.com and she’ll answer it in her “Dear Lea” column. You can also sign up here to be emailed our latest posts once a week.
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Jennifer & Lea
Protein is essential for living organisms; it’s composed of long chain amino acids, and is the building blocks of muscle. It gives us energy, helps our bodies recover, and keeps our tummies satisfied. Lucky for us, protein is available in many forms, raw and cooked, all delicious! Below are the best forms of protein to eat for all diets:
Dear Lea: My daughter and I are embarking on a 28-day Fast Metabolism Diet adventure for the first time. Have you heard of this? My goal is to refresh my metabolism and shift old habits. –CP.