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My Fav Snack: No Sugar Chocolate Chips

What Sugar-free chocolate chips are really a thing, and they're pretty darn tasty too! They come in versions with and without dairy, some tastier than others. They will typically be sweetened with stevia and erythritol, both of which do not spike blood sugar at all...

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Low Sugar Blue-Nana Smoothie

This smoothie is super tasty, takes all of 5 minutes to make and fairly low in sugar. I call this low sugar in the sense that it is much lower than your average protein smoothie, which often contains 40-100 grams of sugar. This weighs in at 14 grams of sugar and in...

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Curried Sausage and Veggie Skillet

This recipe is super quick and easy, very budget friendly coming in at approximately $2.47-$3.30 per serving and is ideal for meal prepping in advance for the week. There is also an excellent veggie to meat ratio, meaning you're eating a lot more volume of vegetables...

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My Diffability

What’s a diffability you ask? If you search Wikipedia here’s what you’ll get: “Blend of different +‎ ability, as a play on disability intended to remove the term's negative connotations.” I love, love, love this term. I work with a lot of people who have been...

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Tex Mex Stuffed Peppers

* Note from the editor (me): Please don't hold my poor food photography skills against this delightful recipe. I promise it tastes better than this photo makes it look! * This recipe is extremely easy, tasty and has a very low carbohydrate content, BUT if you want you...

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Inclusive Nutrition + Fitness

Good nutrition and fitness are for everybody, period. If you have a body, it needs fuel and it needs to move regularly in order to function optimally. No human body is exempt from these needs and thus everyone deserves to have solutions and strategies that work for...

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