Healthy Eater Review & Giveaway
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I received the mentioned information from Healthy Eater in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts contained within this post are mine and may vary from the thoughts of others.
About Healthy Eater
Ever wanted to sort your life out? To eat better and feel better?
Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?
You are not alone.
Changing the way you eat is hard.
- Some of us have addictive and emotional connections with food.
- Some of us have genetic and hormonal dispositions that handicap us.
- Some of us are really confused.
Combine that with a food industry whose motive is quick profit not health. Then throw in a culture that’s obsessed with appearance, setting us up for a guilt-shame-failure cycle.
Is it any surprise most of us struggle with our weight?
What We Thought
We all want to lose a few extra pounds.. either we indulged a little too much at the last holiday gathering, recently had a baby like myself (7 1/2 months postpartum) or we just feel like the world is against us and we are packing on the extra pounds for no reason at all. Losing weight is something that so many people I know struggle with often to the point of depression which often makes them eat more and then in turn gain more.
Healthy Eater has a series of books and online resources that I was recently introduced to and I want to share some information with my readers about it and offer a giveaway which will be at the bottom of this review.
Healthy Eater offers so many online services and the prices are really reasonable. They have some e-books, meal planning, macro calculating, a guide to exercising and even recipe ideas. They are laying out everything you need to be successful and even offer some bonus products including one that I am highly interested in; a fast food guide that tells us how to eat healthy when eating out.
There are 3 packages available ranging in price from $19-$199 depending on which services that you choose. Obviously the more expensive one contains the most information and even has accountability by email for those of us who are super busy and have a hard time checking in to a gym to work with an accountability partner like is often required from some programs.
I want to share a sample recipe that I was given to show you that these recipes contain ingredients that are easily accessible in any grocery store and really easy to cook.
Grilled Fish Tacos
8 oz Swai or Tilapia
1 tsp taco seasoning (I make my own but you can buy a packet as well)
3 tablespoons non fat Greek yogurt
1/2 medium Avocado
Hot Sauce of your Choice (we LOVE Tabasco)
1 cup shredded red cabbage (I do cheat and buy this already shredded)
3 soft corn tortillas
Directions: Cook fish in a non-stick skillet with seasoning until no longer translucent in the center.
Heat corn tortillas.
Divide fish and other ingredients evenly between the 3 corn tortillas and serve.
Fat: 20 grams
Carbs: 46 grams
Fiber: 10 grams
Protein: 55 grams
Net Carbs- 36 grams
Super easy, right? The book that I saw is full of recipes that are just as easy as this one!!
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