Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Hi, guys! Happy Hump Day! I hope you’re having a nice week! 🙂
This is a special edition of What I’m Loving Lately because it includes a giveaway as well as a flash sale on a product that I have been loving lately. Loco Coffee blends coconut water into cold brew coffee to create a seriously delicious cold brew combo. The coconut water adds a touch of natural sweetness and electrolytes without any added sugar or preservatives. One 12-ounce can of Loco Coffee has as much potassium as a banana! I love mixing it with collagen and a little bit of creamer as a post-workout shake!
Loco Coffee is made locally in Boston, and it’s available on Amazon. FLASH SALE ALERT: Right now, you can save 25% with code CNCFLASH! This code expires on November 2nd, so be sure to hop on it!
AND… enter to win a 4-pack of Loco Coffee by leaving a comment below with your favorite coffee combo. I’ll randomly pick a winner next week!
Shop One, Share One: Glow & Go Mini Oils – I love this Beautycounter promo so much! Treat yourself (and someone in need) to a little boost of radiance! Beautycounter is continuing their partnership with UCLA Jonsson Comprensive Cancer Center and donating one set of limited edition mini oils to a patient undergoing cancer treatment for every set purchased. If you’ve wanted to try Beautycounter, now is a great time to do so!
Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy and Lazy – We noticed the moodiness with Quinn
Chris Kresser and Joel Khan on the Joe Rogan Experience – This episode was SO GOOD! Chris Kresser (Paleo/ancestral health practitioner) and vegan doctor Joel Kahn debate the health impacts of eating meat. It was so interesting to hear both of their perscpectives. The best part of the episode, in my opinion, happened in the first 5 minutes. Dr. Kahn said if he and Chris sat down together for a meal, 90% of what was on their plates would be similar. It’s interesting that we “debate” that remaining 10% so much!
Ghost Mini Pizzas – These are so adorable and such a cute idea for Halloween!
The MakeUp Eraser Original Pink – My sister bought me this Makeup Eraser awhile back, and I just started using it again. It removes 100% of your makeup with water only – just wet the cloth and remove your makeup, includes waterproof eyeliner, mascara, and more! It’s much more friendly to the environment and your wallet!
Is Peanut Butter Good For You? This Is What the Science Says – Loved this article! 🙂
Chicco MyFit Harness+Booster Car Seat – Our friends from Chicco hooked us up with a new car seat for Quinn. He was getting a little too big for his old one, so it was time to upgrade to a big kid car seat. The 5-point harness is a lot more comfortable for him, and I love that the MyFit converts to a belt-positioning booster for older kids, which means we probably won’t have to buy another car seat after this one! Quinn REALLY likes the kid’s storage console and stores all sort of toys and goodies inside. It was definitely a selling point for him! 🙂
Low-Dose Naltrexone for Autoimmunity? – I’ve asked my GI doctors about Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) for years now, and they always blow it off. It’s nice to know that some traditional doctors are started to recognize it as a viable treatment option for autoimmune diseases. Maybe I’ll bring it up again to my doctor!
Chatting with the Patriots team dietitian – I recently had the opportunity to visit Gillette Stadium and participate in a Q&A with the Patriots dietitian, Ted Harper. I even had lunch in the team dining room! As someone who loves food and fitness, it was an especially awesome experience! Check out the highlights over on @carrotsncake Instagram!
Question of the Day
What are you loving lately? How’s the week going for you? What are you looking forward to this weekend?
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Want to know why I love fall?
I find myself wanting to cook ALL THE TIME. Especially soups. It’s soup season in the Food Babe house.
And, I’ve got great news. Over at Truvani, we’ve been working on something special…
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Just picture it on your kitchen counter…
And of course, we included desserts, main meals, and SOUPS (like our creamy carrot turmeric soup).
These are some of my favorite recipes I make at home for my family… everything from “Healing Everyday Hummus” (Page 8) to our simple “5 Ingredient Protein Pancakes” (Page 36). And more.
We include clear instructions for each recipe: 6 steps max (that’s for the Peanut Butter Protein Cookies). But most of these recipes have only 2 or 3 steps.
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I’m so grateful so many of you support our mission and love the turmeric as much as I do. We have over 1,600 reviews. And I still can’t believe it. Many of them are 5 stars.
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Inside the book, you’ll find 17 recipes – including 3 recipes that you can make with Truvani Turmeric, too!
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I had a last-minute project come in that I finished yesterday, but otherwise my to-do list is clear. I don’t want to schedule anything – even a walking date with a friend or appointment – just because I don’t want to have to cancel anything if labor happens! Of course I’m not simply sitting around twiddling my thumbs; I’m just not making plans and doing what feels right in the moment.
I’ve had a few rounds of what I guess is false/early labor. Contractions that are intense and different feeling than my usual Braxton Hicks, but they don’t really hurt or form a regular pattern. They say every contraction you have is productive, even if you’re not in active labor, so I’m happy every time one happens. “I’ll know when I know” it’s the real thing!
I walked downtown on Monday and went to a prenatal class at Bend. I wish I had gone to more classes there throughout this pregnancy, but the scheduling just didn’t quite match up, and I was in the mood for higher intensity exercise until lately. I hope I’m able to take Baby B to some of their mommy + me classes like I did with Mazey. They have some great offerings.
Afterwards I went to The Juice Place and got a Vacation juice and this delicious caprese pesto panini!
Thomas smoked a pork butt on Sunday, and we had that for dinner along with homemade fries and slaw. I love that he loves to smoke things for Sunday dinners! Makes meal planning that day easy : )
On Monday night we went out for what we hope was our final date night to Lampo, one of my very favorite Cville restaurants. We shared the small-but-mighty kale salad and the marinated olives.
Plus two pizzas, half of which came home with us for lunches. The Prosciutto pizza in the back with lemon and arugula is my favorite!!
Who knows – we might have several more dates nights left. I’m OK with that because it’s something we won’t be able to do for a while! I really want to see “A Star Is Born” too…
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