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  • karinanutrition - Karina Knight, MBA, MS, RD @karinanutrition 2 minutes ago
  • I must confess that it’s been over 20+ years since the last time I drank any veggie juice 😮 But I gladly did it for the folks at @fox40news
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The thing is, my beloved mom would give me a carrot+celery+parsley juice DAILY for many MANY years growing up because I used to wear glasses 🤓 and a holistic doc told her that would help. But I’d didn’t have it as bad as my sister! She had to drink straight up 4 oz of pure radish juice!!! But, maybe it was the juice or the fact they I just outgrew my vision issues or that whatever treatment my ophthalmologist gave me worked...I didn’t need my glasses a few years later 🤷‍♀️
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What’s the truth behind juicing and what are some yummy recipes? Checkout the segment and info, link on bio 👆
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P.S. Mom I know you are reading this, not complaining at all BTW...thank you for always doing the best for us! ❤️
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. I must confess that it’s been over 20+ years since the last time I drank any veggie juice 😮 But I gladly did it for the folks at @fox40news . The thing is, my beloved mom would give me a carrot+celery+parsley juice DAILY for many MANY years growing up because I used to wear glasses 🤓 and a holistic doc told her that would help. But I’d didn’t have it as bad as my sister! She had to drink straight up 4 oz of pure radish juice!!! But, maybe it was the juice or the fact they I just outgrew my vision issues or that whatever treatment my ophthalmologist gave me worked...I didn’t need my glasses a few years later 🤷‍♀️ . What’s the truth behind juicing and what are some yummy recipes? Checkout the segment and info, link on bio 👆 . P.S. Mom I know you are reading this, not complaining at all BTW...thank you for always doing the best for us! ❤️ . . .
  • I must confess that it’s been over 20+ years since the last time I drank any veggie juice 😮 But I gladly did it for the folks at @fox40news . The thing is, my beloved mom would give me a carrot+celery+parsley juice DAILY for many MANY years growing up because I used to wear glasses 🤓 and a holistic doc told her that would help. But I’d didn’t have it as bad as my sister! She had to drink straight up 4 oz of pure radish juice!!! But, maybe it was the juice or the fact they I just outgrew my vision issues or that whatever treatment my ophthalmologist gave me worked...I didn’t need my glasses a few years later 🤷‍♀️ . What’s the truth behind juicing and what are some yummy recipes? Checkout the segment and info, link on bio 👆 . P.S. Mom I know you are reading this, not complaining at all BTW...thank you for always doing the best for us! ❤️ . . .
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  • zelena_banana_ - Zelena (plantain) Banana @zelena_banana_ 11 minutes ago
  • #inspiration #youcandoit

Btw, da ne boš samo na cvetačni pizzi, preveri TOP ENOSTAVEN recept za zdravo PIZZO BREZ GLUTENA v našem bio! <3 #inspiration #youcandoit  Btw, da ne boš samo na cvetačni pizzi, preveri TOP ENOSTAVEN recept za zdravo PIZZO BREZ GLUTENA v našem bio! <3
  • #inspiration #youcandoit  Btw, da ne boš samo na cvetačni pizzi, preveri TOP ENOSTAVEN recept za zdravo PIZZO BREZ GLUTENA v našem bio! <3
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  • cheesegirlpa - Kaci Cheeseman, PA-C, MPH @cheesegirlpa 11 hours ago
  • #MacroFriendlyMonday2 — Smokey Chipotle Citrus Crockpot Carnitas! (Recipe below)
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In this week’s #MacroMicroBowl: Crockpot carnitas, roasted mushrooms, roasted spaghetti squash (roasted after cooking in the microwave), @greengiant Tuscan broccoli, and Fresh Express Salad butter lettuce.
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Instead of using a salad dressing, I made a glaze dressing for the salad from the juice that’s left after cooking the carnitas in the crockpot. After removing the meat, I add oat flour (*see note below), @truelemon lime packets, and sweetener to taste (you can use whatever you prefer; Splenda, Stevia, honey, etc.) to the liquid & heat in a pan on the stove over low-medium heat, stirring constantly with a whisk until it begins to bubble & thickens. The amount of oat flour you need will depend on how much liquid is left; start with 20g and add more if it’s not thickening enough when cooking. You can play around with flavor variations. I’ve use the same method with lemon packets instead of lime and added other herbs and spices for different flavors.
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For the Carnitas, I used 2.5 lb lean pork roast, @latortillafactory Al pastor smokey chipotle citrus + hint of pineapple skillet starter sauce, a 7oz can of salsa verde, & a 12oz can of grapefruit @lacroixwater. Cooked this in the crockpot on low for about 7 hours, then shredded the meat with 2 forks. I let it cook about another hour then turned the heat off & allowed the meat to cool to room temperature in the crockpot before removing. I made the glaze dressing / sauce as above. Recipe makes 10 servings, 3 oz each. Macros in the slide if you swipe. You could use the meat for taco bowls, burritos, a @lillielovesmacros Crunch Wrap, etc. It is so flavorful, you could even just serve it with some guacamole & pico de gallo alongside some veggies!
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Just a reminder, if you need help with custom macros, I offer a 3 month Custom Macro Plan! Just head to the link tree in my bio! #macrofriendlymonday2 — Smokey Chipotle Citrus Crockpot Carnitas! (Recipe below) • In this week’s #macromicrobowl: Crockpot carnitas, roasted mushrooms, roasted spaghetti squash (roasted after cooking in the microwave), @greengiant Tuscan broccoli, and Fresh Express Salad butter lettuce. • Instead of using a salad dressing, I made a glaze dressing for the salad from the juice that’s left after cooking the carnitas in the crockpot. After removing the meat, I add oat flour (*see note below), @truelemon lime packets, and sweetener to taste (you can use whatever you prefer; Splenda, Stevia, honey, etc.) to the liquid & heat in a pan on the stove over low-medium heat, stirring constantly with a whisk until it begins to bubble & thickens. The amount of oat flour you need will depend on how much liquid is left; start with 20g and add more if it’s not thickening enough when cooking. You can play around with flavor variations. I’ve use the same method with lemon packets instead of lime and added other herbs and spices for different flavors. • For the Carnitas, I used 2.5 lb lean pork roast, @latortillafactory Al pastor smokey chipotle citrus + hint of pineapple skillet starter sauce, a 7oz can of salsa verde, & a 12oz can of grapefruit @lacroixwater. Cooked this in the crockpot on low for about 7 hours, then shredded the meat with 2 forks. I let it cook about another hour then turned the heat off & allowed the meat to cool to room temperature in the crockpot before removing. I made the glaze dressing / sauce as above. Recipe makes 10 servings, 3 oz each. Macros in the slide if you swipe. You could use the meat for taco bowls, burritos, a @lillielovesmacros Crunch Wrap, etc. It is so flavorful, you could even just serve it with some guacamole & pico de gallo alongside some veggies! • Just a reminder, if you need help with custom macros, I offer a 3 month Custom Macro Plan! Just head to the link tree in my bio!
  • #macrofriendlymonday2 — Smokey Chipotle Citrus Crockpot Carnitas! (Recipe below) • In this week’s #macromicrobowl: Crockpot carnitas, roasted mushrooms, roasted spaghetti squash (roasted after cooking in the microwave), @greengiant Tuscan broccoli, and Fresh Express Salad butter lettuce. • Instead of using a salad dressing, I made a glaze dressing for the salad from the juice that’s left after cooking the carnitas in the crockpot. After removing the meat, I add oat flour (*see note below), @truelemon lime packets, and sweetener to taste (you can use whatever you prefer; Splenda, Stevia, honey, etc.) to the liquid & heat in a pan on the stove over low-medium heat, stirring constantly with a whisk until it begins to bubble & thickens. The amount of oat flour you need will depend on how much liquid is left; start with 20g and add more if it’s not thickening enough when cooking. You can play around with flavor variations. I’ve use the same method with lemon packets instead of lime and added other herbs and spices for different flavors. • For the Carnitas, I used 2.5 lb lean pork roast, @latortillafactory Al pastor smokey chipotle citrus + hint of pineapple skillet starter sauce, a 7oz can of salsa verde, & a 12oz can of grapefruit @lacroixwater. Cooked this in the crockpot on low for about 7 hours, then shredded the meat with 2 forks. I let it cook about another hour then turned the heat off & allowed the meat to cool to room temperature in the crockpot before removing. I made the glaze dressing / sauce as above. Recipe makes 10 servings, 3 oz each. Macros in the slide if you swipe. You could use the meat for taco bowls, burritos, a @lillielovesmacros Crunch Wrap, etc. It is so flavorful, you could even just serve it with some guacamole & pico de gallo alongside some veggies! • Just a reminder, if you need help with custom macros, I offer a 3 month Custom Macro Plan! Just head to the link tree in my bio!
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