• Vickie Richards

    November 1, 2018 at 1:29 am

    Just rewatched the video and it worked well this time. I really enjoyed it and now am so anxious to try the oatmeal again and add all the other ingredients. Also will try the other three meals. The videos are extremely helpful to me and also encourage me to try more. I really appreciate them.

    1. Maddy Kuhn

      November 1, 2018 at 4:15 pm

      Hi Vickie, so happy you were able to view the video and soak up so much valuable information! We love how enthusiastic you are about trying our nourishing recipes that will help you heal form the inside out. Remind yourself that you can make small decisions towards a healthier lifestyle each day with simple tweaks to your routine. Good luck! Warmly, Maddy

  • Joanne

    January 12, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    Hi I just watched your video and the oatmeal looks great I have a problem I get up at five in the morning I go to work at six I get my break at 10 I’m home and done by two when I get home I’m starving in the morning I get my break at 10 and I have my breakfast but I need to figure out my schedule because when I come home I’m starving and I eat too much in the afternoon and then when dinner comes along it’s late and I have to be in bed by nine or 10 Also I have diverticulitis I get episodes once in a while maybe once or twice a year I want to know how I can incorporate the nuts and seeds into my oatmeal and smoothies thank you.

    1. Maddy Kuhn

      January 12, 2019 at 10:16 pm

      Hello Joanne! Thanks so much for checking out our breakfast video. These are some great questions. Let’s tackle the breakfast one first. If you are starving by the time you get home from work, you may not be eating enough on your 10am break or throughout the morning. My suggestions to you would be to add in a snack during your commute to work and/or on your way home from work. If you plan ahead and have that snack, it may curb your hunger and impulsivity to overeat when you return home. You could also add more to your 10am break meal to make it more nourishing and satisfying. Quality fiber and complex carbs can slow down digestion and keep you full longer. Maybe use whole grain bread on your sandwich, increase the amount of oatmeal you’re eating, or add some whole grains to your salad. Now for your second question. If you would like to incorporate nuts and seeds into your smoothies, you should start by grinding them into fine powder or butter first. This helps with the digestion of them. Start slowly and add a small amount to your smoothie and see how your body reacts. Also, make sure you are drinking plenty of water throughout the day to keep things running smoothly. I hope that helps. Warmly, Katy

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