It’s wonderful to create your own food from scratch because you have more control over the flavors and ingredients. This is a perfect option if you have allergies, are picky, or are just tired of unnecessary additives. Check out my simple recipes for you! YOGURT Pour milk in a saucepan and bring it to a […]

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Randall, aka the Honey Badger, highlights the top 5 favorite “sweet” recipes from my “Recipes for Recovery” series on Addiction.com

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Whether you’re trying to eat healthier, slim down, or bulk up, protein shakes can be a great nutritional option. Protein improves your metabolism, strengthens your organs and lean muscle, controls your cortisol levels, and even detoxifies your system. However, there’s so many different types of protein sources, how do you know which ones are right […]

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Excellent source of plant-based protein from tofu and soy milk. Soy-based foods, such as tofu and soy milk, support the maintenance of bone and immune health and healthy brain function. They’re also a great source of protein, which decreases cravings. Makes 1 serving(s) Ingredients 1 cup vanilla soy milk ½ medium banana ¾ cup strawberries […]

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Excellent source of potassium from banana. Potassium may reduce the risk of high blood pressure and stroke. Sip on this over an hour or more if you’d like. The blend of carbohydrate, fat and protein is tasty, filling and is a healthy alternative to processed foods. Makes 1 serving(s) Ingredients 1 cup low fat or […]

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Excellent source of vitamin E from walnuts. Walnuts are a rich source of monounsaturated fat, protein, fiber, calcium, phosphorous and vitamin E. Consuming walnuts increases satiety while also aiding in improved weight control. This is important for those trying to decrease cross addictions with sugar/fat/salty foods during the recovery process. An added plus for those […]

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