Posted by Physician's Preference on 1/9/2014
to Yeast Free
Congratulations! You are about to start your yeast-free journey!
As with any process that is drastically different from what you're used to, it's important to know what you can expect throughout your journey, especially when you're completely changing your eating habits.
Posted by Physician's Preference on 7/16/2013
to Gluten Free
So, you're on the Optimal Eating Program (yeast free), you want something sweet, but you only have 5 minutes to spare, and you don't want to turn on the oven (because it's 100 degrees outside!). Hold on to your sweet tooth, we have just the recipe for you!
Posted by Physician's Preference on 2/7/2013
to Yeast Free
You are so close to the finish line! If you began Yeast-Free with Me on January 14th, and plan on doing the diet, strictly following the guidelines, for a total of 30 days, you have five more days on the yeast-free eating program left.
Posted by Physician's Preference on 12/4/2012
to Gluten Free
As a child, one of my favorite side dishes at Christmas dinner, in my opinion, was my mother's mashed potatoes. Now that I'm a little older and have learned the consequences of eating simple carbohydrates, such as white potatoes, I sadly stay pretty far away from her mashed potatoes these days. (Sorry, mom!)&
Chickpeas, sometimes referred to as garbanzo beans, are an incredible source of many nutrients: folic acid, fiber, iron, zinc and magnesium, to name a few. As a good source of fiber and extremely low in fat, chickpeas can also help lower cholesterol and improve blood sugar levels.
You are so close to the finish line! If you began YFWM with us on January 16th, and plan on doing the diet, strictly following the guidelines, for a total of 30 days, you have five more days on the yeast-free eating program left.
Don’t stop now! Keep up the good work and finish strong.
The only place you can find these tasty recipes is in the homes of our Yeast-Free With Me bloggers! From homemade black bean soup, to Roman chicken, to egg drop soup; these ladies have gotten pretty creative!
Thankfully, they're here to share them with all of you!
If you began the yeast-free eating program with the YFWM team on January 16th, you are well aware that this week is very special. You get to add fruit and butter to your diet, of course, in moderation! For many, eliminating fruit for the first two weeks is one of the toughest stipulations while on the yeast-free eating program.
Posted by Physician's Preference on 1/26/2012
to Weight Loss
If you began Yeast-Free with Me on January 16th, you have almost made it through week 2! And you know what’s coming around the bend on Monday? You get to add fruit and butter back in to your diet (in moderation of course). This is a huge milestone and accomplishment!
Posted by Physician's Preference on 1/20/2012
to Yeast Free
Did you know there are over 1,000 people participating in Yeast-Free With Me this year?! You're definitely not alone here and were excited that so many people have decided to take control of their health in 2012!
We've snagged a few of our staff members who are participating, have deemed them as our "Yeast-Free Bloggers" and today, you have the privilege of meeting them!
By this point you’re a few days into the “Yeast-Free with Me” challenge!If you’ve joined the “Yeast-Free with Me” team you should feel very proud of yourself.Do you need more yeast-free food ideas?Good! We have some great recipe ideas for you today.
Posted by Physician's Preference on 1/15/2012
to Yeast Free
Congratulations! You are about to start the Yeast-Free Eating Program tomorrow!Or maybe you are an over-achiever and started already.If so, good for you!Have you cleaned out your pantry and stocked your fridge?It feels pretty good, doesn’t it?
Sometimes the most difficult part of maintaining a healthy diet is being prepared at the last minute. This simple, 7 ingredient salad is delicious, nutritious and chances are, you already have all the ingredients at home!
On those hot summer days the absolute last thing you want to grab for lunch is a bowl of hot soup. Before you make that trip to your local grocery store to pick up a packaged, processed, mayonnaise infested tub of chicken or tuna salad, consider making your own and avoid all the guilt! With most of the ingredients being staples in any household, this healthy homemade chicken salad is sure to satisfy your belly without shattering a healthy eating style.
Eating well on the go can be a challenge, but it doesn’t
have to be.Loaded with fiber,
and antioxidants like vitamin C, this yeast free smoothie recipe
is a quick, healthy breakfast or snack for your fast-paced lifestyle.
Whether you’re looking for an appetizing first
course to a meal, a light lunch, or a great afternoon snack, this yeast free
salad is the perfect choice, and it takes just a few moments to put together.For extra protein, top it off with boiled
shrimp.Try it today!
When it’s cold outside, piping hot cinnamon scones are the perfect
thing to warm you up – especially when they’re yeast free! This recipe
comes courtesy of one of our very own guests, Ms. Jenni Simmons. Enjoy!
Giving up sweets for the yeast-free diet can be a painful thing! Don't
worry, we've got you covered. This yeast free brownie recipe will give
you the sweet taste you crave to help you get through the day!
Lately, it is hard to turn on the TV without hearing about how good probiotics are for you. You might be wondering, though, what is a probiotic, anyway?
Probiotics consist of several strains of bacteria with highly technical sounding names like...
So it’s finally here: 2011. With today being the first Monday of the New Year, my guess is that it’s also the day that you start tackling all of those resolutions you wrote down. You did write them down, didn’t you??
The Christmas season is upon us, and as usual, temptation is all around.
If you want to enjoy traditional holiday treats without adding inches
to your waistline, then our sugar-free hot chocolate recipe is for you.
Made with erythritol
and unsweetened almond milk, it is as healthy as it is delicious!
This tasty beverage will leave you feeling guilt-free as you cozy up in
front of the fire or...
With the holiday season upon us, here is a healthy recipe for traditional sugar spiced nuts. Using Sweet-n-Natural instead of processed sugar follows an optimal eating plan that is yeast free, and regardless of the type of nuts you chose to use they are all very high in protein, rich inpotassium,magnesiumand calcium, and have a glycemic index...
With the everyday “he said, she said” it’s sometimes hard to decipher
which sweeteners are detrimental to our health and which sweeteners are
harmless. Of course, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but it’s
time we get a better understanding of exactly which sweeteners are...
Fall is a great time of year to combine your favorite ingredients into
the crock pot, and effortlessly slow cook a delicious meal.
Chili is always a hit and this recipe is full of more healthy alternates
such as skinless chicken breast and light sour cream, as well as
yeast-free diet suggestions for...
You might wonder if brownies are ever okay to consider as a delicious
treat when watching your diet. This is especially so if you are follwing
an optimal eating plan that is yeast-free. This yeast-free brownies recipe allows you to indulge without taking in processed sugar or bleached flour, and it is...
This recipe for easy peanut butter cookies is so simple you probably already have all the ingredients at home.
Also, when made with Sweet-n-Natural you are utilizing natural xylitol
instead of processed white sugars. It is safe for diabetics, those who
are hypoglycemic, and people...
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