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DRIPPING IN FINESSE #SAUCE 🥫🌭🥡🥪 WHICH IS YOUR GO-TO? 😋
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Have you ever wondered if the condiments you use daily could make a difference in your quest for healthy eating? A little drizzle or a sprinkling of your favorite condiment isn’t the issue but the trouble lies in most of us going overboard with the squeeze 😳 Check it out ⤵️: -
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🔸KETCHUP: -
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is one if the most widely used condiments in North America. Whether it’s used to dip fries in or just as a favourite side, approx. one teaspoon is the equivalent of eating a sugar packet. Nutritionally it’s deceiving because it has no fat, so people think they can enjoy freely. No fear ketchup because when used in moderation, it will be just fine! 😁
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🔸MUSTARD: -
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is pretty much zero calorie condiment. A little high on the sodium side but in terms of calories, it’s safe. Its only when the word “honey” is placed beside Mustard you should start paying close attention to the serving size. -
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🔸MAYO: -
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is a classic favourite of Americans. It is made of processed refined soybean oil as the main ingredient. I honestly wish I can tell you there is something healthy in mayo 😂😭 but there really isn’t. If you can find a mayo made with 100% olive oil instead of soybean oil, it might alter the calories slightly and make it overall a healthier choice. But hey-who’s watching? -
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🔸SWEET CHILL SAUCE: -
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is a standard dip for Asian appetizers such as spring rolls & wontons, but the sugar content makes this skyrocket high in calories. 🚀 Best to keep to minimum when dipping your egg rolls in it next time! 👲🏻
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🔺 You can enjoy these condiments daily but just make sure it doesn’t potentially become a big bomb of extra dextra everything in your diet! 🙊
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I need a cheatmeal, what should I have? 🤔🍔🤫-

CAULIFLOWER RICE 🍚🌱 TRY IT OR PASS? 🤔
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Often I get asked what is a good low carb alternative to rice. Cauliflower has proven to be quite versatile while satisfying the tastebuds all while saving calories. 💸 You can use cauliflower as rice, or make it into a crust for a pizza. 🍕 By no means, should you avoid grains but if you are looking for a lower carb alternative, this is perfect! 😋
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🔸 CAULIFLOWER RICE:
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(Calories: 40, protein: 4g, carbs: 8g, fat: 0.4g, fiber: 4g) The texture is super light and fluffy, kind of like couscous. It's also chewy but not like too chewy, much like rice. You make this copycat rice/couscous by pulsing cauliflower florets in a food processor (or grating them on a cheese grater) until they've broken down into tiny little pieces. I often use this to make fried rice and tastes amazing! -
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🔸 WHITE RICE:
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(Calories: 242, protein: 4g, carbs: 53g, fat: 0.4g, fiber: 0.6g) When compared side by side, rice may be harder to beat in taste. However if you’re in the mood for something calorie friendly and lighter with a grainy texture-cauliflower rice will be a perfect fit.
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🔺Whether you're trying to sneak more vegetables into your day or are avoiding grains — or even if you want to make something creative for the dinner table, you should
definitely give cauliflower "rice" a try! 🙆🏻‍♀️
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WHICH FAST FOOD COMPANY NUTRITION SHOULD I COVER NEXT? 🤔🤭 -
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Hey yalllll! I know I’ve covered some of these companies before but I want to know which is the MOST popular one! I will choose the one with the most votes and cover their items from best to worst in terms of calories. Because counting calories and looking at nutrition labels brings me the most happiness 😂🙆🏻‍♀️💕🕵🏻‍♀️-

KOREAN NEW YEAR TRADITIONAL FOODS 🇰🇷 WHICH WOULD YOU TRY? 😍
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Do you like South Korean Cuisine? 😃 In light of Korean New Year I decided to list some of our traditional dishes. You will be surprised to find out that there is a variety of options catering to all types of eaters; vegan, vegetarian, pasquetarian, and meat eaters 😆🙋🏻‍♀️. Check it out ⤵️⤵️:-
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🔸 KBBQ (KALBI):
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Marinated in soy sauce, and an abundance of seasonings, this is easily one of the most treasured dishes in South Korea. 🥣 You can pretty much see this dish on any special occasions; birthday, anniversary, family dinner, and weddings. 🎉 Koreans are big on flavours so when it comes to marinating, we do not shy away. I personally love the fact that this dish can be made both steamed/ grilled, which drains the excess grease in the process. The same marinade can be used alternatively for Bulgogi. 😋
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🔸GLASS NOODLES (JAPCHAE):
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Glass noodles aka. Japchae is made mostly from
sweet potato making this dish not only vegetarian but vegan friendly. 🍃Traditionally, we will mix beef with it. This may just look like a simple stir fry but the process is actually vigorous. We cook every single ingredients separately first then mix them together with the boiled and drained noodles. Worth every minute of prep time though! 😍💪🏻
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🔸KIMCHI:
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Absolutely cannot forget kimch when talking about Korean cuisine. Kimchi is a an all natural probiotic that is made from fermented cabbage. The amount of ingredients that goes into the marinade & seasonings amazes me every single time. My lost fond memories stem from making fresh Kimchi with my grandma and her letting me do a taste test between every batch. 😝 We often use this as a wrap to eat beef or tofu with
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Another thing I love about Korean food is the variety in vegan and vegetarian friendly options. As much as we frequently eat meat, we also consume a lot of tofu. It’s not necessarily our main appetizer but part of the million side dishes we eat rice with! 😆-
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👧🏻 To all my fellow Koreans, Happy #설날! #새해복 많이 받으세용~~ 💕

Tag your #Extra friend! 😂💁🏻‍♀️ People who accept you for who you are and make you feel comfortable even tho you may be a little extra 🥑 >>>>>>>>>>
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Happy Friday! Are you a fan of Nike or Adidas? Personally I love both 🙆🏻‍♀️ which is why you will see me sporting them at the same time 🤭

WHAT’S INSIDE YOUR PROTEIN PANCAKES? 🤓
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Here’s a super simple & easy way to jazz up your pancakes! Packed with protein and healthy fats, here is how you can easily substitute this as an alternative to your favourite “bad” foods. 😋🥞🍯
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INGREDIENTS:
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🔸1/4 cup oats
🔸1 scoop @1upnutrition protein powder-
🔸2 tbsp @ieatprotein peanut powder-
🔸4 tbsp eggwhites
🔸Splash of water-
🔸Stevia -
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TOPPING:
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🔸1/4 cup geeek yogurt
🔸1/4 cup blueberries/raspberries -
🔸Walden farms 0 Calorie syrup -
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Try it and let me know how you like! 🙆🏻‍♀️
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There are two types of people in this world. Soft shell and Hard shell, which one are you? 🤔
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Last minute Taco Night on my new kitchen table was a success! 😍🌮 Good company with good food. 🤗 S/o to @sarahhteaa for co-chefing 👩🏻‍🍳👩🏼‍🍳 and the homie @roydianchan for risking his life taking this picture. 😂💪🏻🤳🏻
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HOMEMADE PROTEIN COLLAGEN GUMMY BEARS 🍬🍭 WHO WANNA TRY? 😛
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My friends @vitalproteins sent me this awesome Beef Gelatine powder the other day 🥣 Two scoops contain 67cal 17g Protein, 0g carbs, 0g fat. I say magical because just look at the macros are amazing 🤩🤩🤩. -
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BENEFITS OF COLLAGEN:
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🔸Improves Health of Skin & Hair.
🔸Reduces Joint Pains and Degeneration.
🔸Gut Health.
🔸Boosts Metabolism, Muscle Mass and Energy Output.
🔸Strengthens Nails, Hair & Teeth.
🔸Improves Liver Health.
🔸Protects Cardiovascular Health.
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Instead of mixing it into my shake or drink I thought why not make gelatiney-things? 🧐 I’ve ALWAYS exceeded limits on those sugary Vitamin-C jellies and wondered if they had a healthier protein version. Soooooo I made my own. 🙃
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After some trial and error, I found a way to make it without any added sugar, so each of these gummy bear contains roughly 3g protein 0g everything else. 🤭 Texture is off the hook!!! I also can’t believe the amount of protein and collagen I’m getting. These were test batches and turned out pretty well. I can’t wait to finetune my next one! Move over sugar hair bears 😂💪🏻
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Canadian Winter ☃️

CAN YOU SPOT THE DIFFERENCE? 🍜🍥🍤🍜
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Both are delicious Ramen noodles BUT one has 610 calories and the other 154 calories. 🧐 What’s the INGREDIENT making all the difference? 🤷🏻‍♀️-
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1 Pack Shin Instant noodle (540 calories) + Egg (70 calories)
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🔸RIGHT:
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3cups Homemade chicken broth (60 cal) + Egg (70 Cal) + Shirataki Low Carb Noodle or Nu Pasta (20 Cal) + 2 tbsp seaweed sprinkles (4 Cal) + Hot Sauce+ Salt & Pepper + Cayenne (optional) -
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🔺Just by switching the noodles inside you can reduce the calories by triple! Eating “healthier” doesn’t have to come at compromising quality or taste for the most part. 😋 I love to save room for other toppings like dumplings and fish cakes. Post inspired by @meowmeix 😍
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