My family loves Mexican food. Since we’ve been eating healthy the past two years I’ve tried to find Mexican recipes that are healthy and delicious. This recipe for Fiesta Chicken Soup is one of my family’s favorites. It’s so easy to make, simply throw ingredients in the slow cooker and go about your business. At dinner time you’ll have a delicious recipe that your family will love. [Read more...]
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My family loves all things pumpkin! I’m always looking for healthy breakfast recipes to try out, I thought pumpkin and oatmeal would make the perfect combination. You could even make pumpkin oatmeal in a slow cooker and wake up to yummy homemade goodness in the morning. I decided to make it this morning, so I’ll have to try using my slow cooker next time. [Read more...]
If you are looking for clean eating recipes or AdvoCare snack ideas check out this recipe. Since we don’t snack on regular chips anymore, baked zucchini chips are a healthy alternative. So easy to make, just 3 ingredients is all you need to bake the perfect zucchini chip. What are your favorite clean eating snack foods? [Read more...]
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Since changing the kinds of foods that we eat last year, homemade microwave popcorn has become a favorite snack at our house. I never realized how the amount of additives added to foods that I previously thought were healthy like microwave popcorn. After an afternoon of testing out different ways to make homemade popcorn I came up with a Kettle and Cinnamon Pop Corn recipe that my little ones absolutely loved. There are so many ways you can change up this recipe, but the recipes included below are our favorites. I’d love to hear your ideas! [Read more...]
Kasey here, I’d like to introduce you to my husband, Gary. He is sometimes referred to as “the coupon lady’s husband.” This is his very first blog series, so y’all go easy on him. He has a goal he wants to meet by March 14th, and thought sharing his journey with y’all might help keep him accountable. Here is Gary’s journey on the 24-Day Challenge, losing weight with AdvoCare. If you missed his previous post, you can read them here, here, and here.
I have had some thoughts and questions rolling around in my brain lately. Often times I have really odd things that make me stop and ponder them. Like this, how do feathers keep birds warm? I know there is a scientific explanation but I just don’t understand. Or this, wonder if other people like to suck helium out of balloons like I do? I don’t care how old you get…that is funny when your voices sounds cartoonish! Now, this thought isn’t nearly as weird as most of mine are. I have been wondering why some folks can lose weight easier than others. I am going to let you in on some of my thoughts and then a final report on my 24 day challenge.
The ability to lose weight may be explained partially by your family genes…and if that is the case, I did not get those genes! As I told you earlier, I battled being the “husky” kid until my middle teenage years. Check out these pictures to see for yourself.
Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe [Read more...]
Kasey here, I’d like to introduce you to my husband, Gary. He is sometimes referred to as “the coupon lady’s husband.” This is his very first blog series, so y’all go easy on him. He has a goal he wants to meet by March 14th, and thought sharing his journey with y’all might help keep him accountable. Here is Gary’s journey on the 24-Day Challenge, losing weight with AdvoCare. If you missed his previous post, you can read them here and here.
Over the past 10 years exercise had become a cuss word in my mind. When the word was mentioned I would break out in chills and want to look for some chocolate Zingers. My activity level had gotten to the point of…well…nothing. Prior to March of ’13 getting off the couch and walking to the fridge to pour a Diet Coke then back constituted one lap. I could handle these laps because there was a reward waiting for me in the fridge or in maybe in the candy bar cabinet. Even though I had made some major changes in my diet my physical activity had remained non-existent. [Read more...]