Control in the kitchen

When we get into the kitchen we become the chef. The chef is always in control of their food. Knowing what exactly goes in to making it. They know the quality of the ingredients. When we become the chef we become in control. Control of what is added, control of the freshness of our ingredients, control of the quality of our ingredients, control of the amount of these ingredients.

When I started this nutritional journey several years ago I found this extremely beneficial. It helped me realize appropriate serving sizes, use ingredients that were nutritionally dense and good for my body. I knew exactly what my end product would be and that it would be calorically

sufficient for my needs.

I am always putting the new habits I learned to good yes in the kitchen. Earlier this week to fuel my body for the workout I had I whipped up an amazingly delicious oatmeal dish just from simple, pure.


1/2 c oats

1/2 c cashew milk

2 Tbsp almond butter

1 Tbsp raw honey

1 tsp chia seed

Cook then top with

1/4 blueberries (I used frozen)

1 Tbsp hemp seed (for some extra protein)

1 Tbsp organic unsweetened coconut flakes

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