The juicing went really well, thanks so much for asking! To maintain a healthy balanced diet I am trying my very best to eat foods that don't cause the much dreaded bloat and keep me full for a while.
The great thing about juicing is that it teaches you a lot about how much of a portion you actually require to fill your stomach without overeating. It also helps you gage how often you need to be eating a meal or snack throughout the day. This is something I am trying to incorporate as I go forth into the whole eating healthy solids thing. To keep things simple and ensure nothing gets in the way of my healthy eating plan I am meal planning for everything from breakfast to lunch, snack and dinner. To do so I am incorporating lots of yummy things I personally love and portioning it exactly to suit my needs. One of my favorite breakfasts that keeps me full for a couple of hours and tastes very good too is this berry chia oatmeal I often whip up in the mornings. I talked about it in one of my What I Eat In A Day videos not too long ago and showed exactly how it's done, if you want to see that, watch it here.
I know instant oatmeal should not be that difficult to whip up so why exactly am I dedicating an entire recipe post to it right? Because it is all of the add ins I include that make it tasty, healthy and filling. If you too are looking for a healthy breakfast meal option, you will love this!
Berry Chia Oatmeal
1 Packet Maple & Brown Sugar Instant Oatmeal
2/3 Cup Vanilla Almond Milk
1 Tsp. Flax Chia Blend
A Handful of Fresh Berries- Blueberries and Raspberries
1. Combine packet of oatmeal and vanilla almond milk and give the mixture a stir. Then heat in the microwave for a minute or two or until it still does have a slightly watery consistency while having thickened up a bit, the oats now puffed.
2. Add some flax chia blend to the top of the oatmeal and then top it all of with the fresh berries.
3. Serve warm.
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