Through The Lens – Made to Crave Action Plan week 4

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This week we’re learning to maximize our nutrition and learning about the benefits of polyphenols. Here’s a photo of a few of the fruits & veggies I usually eat that are high in polyphenols. The list in the book on page 107, so I went looking online and found a huge list of foods including fruits, veggies, nuts and legumes. I also eat a lot of nuts and beans, so I’m doing better than I originally thought. And I do not regularly eat white flour in bread, but in some other things like pasta. Spaghetti squash or zucchini noodles just don’t cut it for me and hubby won’t go for whole grain or ancient grain pastas (like quinoa). I have found a compromise in white fiber pasta by Barilla. It’s one of those things that when you’re only cooking for two you have to do. Here’s the link:
http://www.genesmart.com/pages/high_polyphenols_foods/161.php

5 responses to “Through The Lens – Made to Crave Action Plan week 4”

  1. I love the white fiber pasta idea!!! I’m not a whole grain girl =) Those are great choices in your photo, keep up the great work!!
    Blessings,
    Stephanie (Rev It Up Team)

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  2. Im not into quinoa either…thx for the Barilla option! Nice post today thx!~Mary from Group 31

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  3. Thanks for the link. You have my favorites pictured. Sonya from group 31

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  4. You’re doing great! I love seeing how everyone is making this work for their own lifestyle! i will have to check out the white fiber pasta…never heard of it! Thanks for linking up today! 🙂 ~Shelly (OBS Team)

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    Melissa from Group 31

    Lots of great info! Thanks for sharing!

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