"Good Food, Good Day" Dr. Reginia, 2011
Different strokes for different folks when it comes to dieting. There are some lucky ducks in the world who are able to consume, whatever, whenever yet maintain good health and wellness. Then, there's the rest of us. Many people have to follow a specific diet coupled with exercise
to have it going on health and an sexy body attractive appearance.
As we age, our metabolism changes and we must adapt our lifestyles accordingly. For some with specific health conditions, lifestyles are acutely adapted to maintain health and an attractive appearance (there's a recurring theme).
Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) often have insulin resistance which makes them (us) very sensitive to carbs. We have to maintain a low carb diet in order to stabilize blood sugar, weight, and the awful side of effects of the disease. With that, selecting foods that mimic some of our favorites is essential for
One of the biggest NO NO's with PCOS is a large consumption of bread. The whites (bread, pasta, potatoes) greatly and negatively impact blood sugar which in turn impacts weight, appearance, and overall health.
Because I love hamburgers so much, I couldn't dare cut this item from my diet, therefore, I found an alternative; low carb buns made with Wal-Mart brand premade sliders. (I don't think I used the Wal-Mart one in this picture).
Eat up and enjoy.
With light and love,