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Start the day off right.” That’s a great sentiment, but how can you create a morning routine that will keep you happy, fit and healthy? We found out. And it’s a lot easier than you might think. Here are 10 healthy habits that will set you up for success for the rest of the day.
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Back to school, back to work — no matter where you’re heading this fall, chances are you’re back on your grind. And, wild guess, that probably means you’re extra strapped for time. But even if you rule out schlepping to the gym, you can still fit in a quick sweat session to strengthen and... see more revitalize you right at home.
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Humans are creatures of habit. Nearly everything you think, say, and do is a result of habits deeply rooted into your body and mind through years of repetitive behavior. The habits you develop can either help you move forward or hinder you. In fact, the state and quality of your life is a direct reflection... see more of your daily habits.
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The #body benefits from #movement, and the #mind benefits from #stillness - Sakyong Mipham. #wellness #health #wisdom #triadweightlossclinic
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Work hard, stay consistent, be patient. Results don't happen overnight. #motivation 
#health #fitness #wellness #nutrition #triadweightlossclinic
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#eatclean #healthy #wellness #triadweightlossclinic #lisachilvers #cleaneating #freshfood
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Do you ever get bored of eating the same salad over and over again?
If your answer is “yes,” then it’s time to mix it up a bit! There are so many fantastic salad mixtures for you to try without having to be a master chef in the kitchen.
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Good advice! #healthyeating #health #wellness #nutrition #triadweightlossclinic
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Foods that are high in fat (like coconut oil) get a bad reputation, but a healthy amount of fat is good for us and we need it in our diet! Fats provide our body with a layer of protection, insulating our organs and keeping our core body temperature normal. They also help us digest fat-soluble vitamins... see more such as A, D, E, and K to keep our brains, cells, hormones, tissues, hair, skin, and nails healthy, and provide the structural component to many cell membranes which are essential for cellular development. 
Ok, enough technical talk for this post. What I’m really sharing today is how to add more healthy fats into your diet. There are so many ways to incorporate delicious, whole foods that are high in fat to achieve a balanced diet. Whenever I post about a macro-nutrient, inevitably I get the question, “How much do I need?”. The answer varies for each individual–if you need specific guidance, consider 1-on-1 coaching with me!
10 WAYS TO ADD HEALTHY FATS TO YOUR DIET
NO. 1: ADD SOME AVO TO YOUR SMOOTHIE…
The #avocadolove continues! You guys already know how much I love my favorite fruit: avocados are not only high in fat, but also în fiber, Vitamin C, and potassium. Plus, avocados make the creamiest, smoothest smoothies. If you need a place to start, try out this recipe! BONUS: try out this Honey Avocado Face Mask for a fun way to incorporate those healthy fats!
NO. 2: …OR SOME COCONUT OIL!
Ok guys, don’t be scared! Coconut oil is comprised of about 90% saturated fat, which itself is comprised of about 65% medium chain triglycerides. Unlike long chain fatty acids (the majority of fats in our diet), medium chain triglycerides are much easier for our bodies to break down before getting rapidly absorbed and used for energy. I love to use coconut (specifically MCT oil) in my smoothies–the tropical taste always reminds me of Thailand.  For inspiration, this recipe is one of my favorites. BONUS: Coconut oil is great for your hair too!
NO. 3: ADD ALMONDS TO YOUR SALAD…
Almonds are an amazing superfood: they contain high amounts of protein, fiber, magnesium, and healthy fats. If you have trouble with digestion, try sprouting to ease digestion and increase nutrient density. Try adding a handful of almonds to these superfood kale salads!
NO. 4: …AND DRESS WITH OLIVE OIL
I’m a big proponent of making your own salad dressings, as store-bought options often have lots of preservatives and processed ingredients. I typically dress my salads with a little bit of olive oil, lemon juice, and apple cider vinegar, adding just a bit of salt and pepper to taste. BONUS: Keep them on hand in these adorable bottles!
NO. 5: WALNUTS FOR THE WIN
This Wednesday, I shared in the 411 Weekly Edit a study that found walnuts add good bacteria to our guts, in addition to being high in healthy fats, omega 3s, and antioxidants. In my book, walnuts win superfood of the week this week! If you’ve been missing out on the weekly digests full of health and wellness news, subscribe at the bottom of this post. 
NO. 6: DIG INTO CHIA PUDDING
Chia seeds are an incredible superfood: they contain a complete protein (containing all essential amino acids) as well as omega-3s and fiber. They also absorb water efficiently and create a “gel” when soaked. I love this chia puddingfor breakfast!
NO. 7: TRY OUT CASHEW BUTTER
For the last two weeks, I’ve been throwing it back to this vegan tzatziki recipe. It goes so well with carrot sticks or gluten-free chips. Another great way to use these versatile nuts is with cashew cheese–try it in three different ways!
NO. 8: REACH FOR CLASSIC TRAIL MIX…
If salads or smoothies aren’t your jam, trail mix is a great way to add those healthy fats into a dry, crunchy snack. Try my recipe, or make your own! BONUS: Go exploring, and bring the trail mix on a nature walk or hike!
NO. 9: …OR THE BEST CRUDITÉ
Guys…I could live on crudité platters. Almonds, veggies, olives, and hummus are the stuff of my dreams! They are great for gatherings, or just a casual picnic date with your love before the weather turns cold. BONUS: Unplug for those parties or dates by leaving your phone at home.
NO. 10: AND FOR DESSERT, COCONUT ICE CREAM!
If you have a sweet tooth, try out a delicious alternative to dairy with a recipe forCoconut Ice Cream. It’s simple, delicious, and easy! BONUS: Take a self-carenight to yourself to detox, relax, refocus, and enjoy a bowl of this healthy treat.
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Eating a gluten-free or Paleo diet means there are so many options out there to eat delicious, healthy meals. Breakfasts are no exception, and if you're the kind of person who likes to satisfy your sweet tooth in the morning, look no further. These superhealthy breakfasts will give you everything... see more you need in the morning — healthy fats, protein, and carbs — and, more importantly, they'll fake your body into thinking you've just eaten a decadent dessert.
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Start the day off right.” That’s a great sentiment, but how can you create a morning routine that will keep you happy, fit and healthy? We found out. And it’s a lot easier than you might think. Here are 10 healthy habits that will set you up for success for the rest of the day.
Read On
  • 3
Back to school, back to work — no matter where you’re heading this fall, chances are you’re back on your grind. And, wild guess, that probably means you’re extra strapped for time. But even if you rule out schlepping to the gym, you can still fit in a quick sweat session to strengthen and... see more revitalize you right at home.
Read full article:
  • 3
Humans are creatures of habit. Nearly everything you think, say, and do is a result of habits deeply rooted into your body and mind through years of repetitive behavior. The habits you develop can either help you move forward or hinder you. In fact, the state and quality of your life is a direct reflection... see more of your daily habits.
Read More:
  • 4
The #body benefits from #movement, and the #mind benefits from #stillness - Sakyong Mipham. #wellness #health #wisdom #triadweightlossclinic
  • 1
Work hard, stay consistent, be patient. Results don't happen overnight. #motivation 
#health #fitness #wellness #nutrition #triadweightlossclinic
  • 1
#eatclean #healthy #wellness #triadweightlossclinic #lisachilvers #cleaneating #freshfood
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Do you ever get bored of eating the same salad over and over again?
If your answer is “yes,” then it’s time to mix it up a bit! There are so many fantastic salad mixtures for you to try without having to be a master chef in the kitchen.
Read More
  • 3
Good advice! #healthyeating #health #wellness #nutrition #triadweightlossclinic
  • 3
Foods that are high in fat (like coconut oil) get a bad reputation, but a healthy amount of fat is good for us and we need it in our diet! Fats provide our body with a layer of protection, insulating our organs and keeping our core body temperature normal. They also help us digest fat-soluble vitamins... see more such as A, D, E, and K to keep our brains, cells, hormones, tissues, hair, skin, and nails healthy, and provide the structural component to many cell membranes which are essential for cellular development. 
Ok, enough technical talk for this post. What I’m really sharing today is how to add more healthy fats into your diet. There are so many ways to incorporate delicious, whole foods that are high in fat to achieve a balanced diet. Whenever I post about a macro-nutrient, inevitably I get the question, “How much do I need?”. The answer varies for each individual–if you need specific guidance, consider 1-on-1 coaching with me!
10 WAYS TO ADD HEALTHY FATS TO YOUR DIET
NO. 1: ADD SOME AVO TO YOUR SMOOTHIE…
The #avocadolove continues! You guys already know how much I love my favorite fruit: avocados are not only high in fat, but also în fiber, Vitamin C, and potassium. Plus, avocados make the creamiest, smoothest smoothies. If you need a place to start, try out this recipe! BONUS: try out this Honey Avocado Face Mask for a fun way to incorporate those healthy fats!
NO. 2: …OR SOME COCONUT OIL!
Ok guys, don’t be scared! Coconut oil is comprised of about 90% saturated fat, which itself is comprised of about 65% medium chain triglycerides. Unlike long chain fatty acids (the majority of fats in our diet), medium chain triglycerides are much easier for our bodies to break down before getting rapidly absorbed and used for energy. I love to use coconut (specifically MCT oil) in my smoothies–the tropical taste always reminds me of Thailand.  For inspiration, this recipe is one of my favorites. BONUS: Coconut oil is great for your hair too!
NO. 3: ADD ALMONDS TO YOUR SALAD…
Almonds are an amazing superfood: they contain high amounts of protein, fiber, magnesium, and healthy fats. If you have trouble with digestion, try sprouting to ease digestion and increase nutrient density. Try adding a handful of almonds to these superfood kale salads!
NO. 4: …AND DRESS WITH OLIVE OIL
I’m a big proponent of making your own salad dressings, as store-bought options often have lots of preservatives and processed ingredients. I typically dress my salads with a little bit of olive oil, lemon juice, and apple cider vinegar, adding just a bit of salt and pepper to taste. BONUS: Keep them on hand in these adorable bottles!
NO. 5: WALNUTS FOR THE WIN
This Wednesday, I shared in the 411 Weekly Edit a study that found walnuts add good bacteria to our guts, in addition to being high in healthy fats, omega 3s, and antioxidants. In my book, walnuts win superfood of the week this week! If you’ve been missing out on the weekly digests full of health and wellness news, subscribe at the bottom of this post. 
NO. 6: DIG INTO CHIA PUDDING
Chia seeds are an incredible superfood: they contain a complete protein (containing all essential amino acids) as well as omega-3s and fiber. They also absorb water efficiently and create a “gel” when soaked. I love this chia puddingfor breakfast!
NO. 7: TRY OUT CASHEW BUTTER
For the last two weeks, I’ve been throwing it back to this vegan tzatziki recipe. It goes so well with carrot sticks or gluten-free chips. Another great way to use these versatile nuts is with cashew cheese–try it in three different ways!
NO. 8: REACH FOR CLASSIC TRAIL MIX…
If salads or smoothies aren’t your jam, trail mix is a great way to add those healthy fats into a dry, crunchy snack. Try my recipe, or make your own! BONUS: Go exploring, and bring the trail mix on a nature walk or hike!
NO. 9: …OR THE BEST CRUDITÉ
Guys…I could live on crudité platters. Almonds, veggies, olives, and hummus are the stuff of my dreams! They are great for gatherings, or just a casual picnic date with your love before the weather turns cold. BONUS: Unplug for those parties or dates by leaving your phone at home.
NO. 10: AND FOR DESSERT, COCONUT ICE CREAM!
If you have a sweet tooth, try out a delicious alternative to dairy with a recipe forCoconut Ice Cream. It’s simple, delicious, and easy! BONUS: Take a self-carenight to yourself to detox, relax, refocus, and enjoy a bowl of this healthy treat.
Article Source:
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Eating a gluten-free or Paleo diet means there are so many options out there to eat delicious, healthy meals. Breakfasts are no exception, and if you're the kind of person who likes to satisfy your sweet tooth in the morning, look no further. These superhealthy breakfasts will give you everything... see more you need in the morning — healthy fats, protein, and carbs — and, more importantly, they'll fake your body into thinking you've just eaten a decadent dessert.
Click here for recipes
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