I must be lucky…I have just received my second giveaway prize in the mail, and another on the way (Krema PB!)! Today I received the Pure Organics prize from this sweetie of a blogger (her blog is HILARIOUS if you’re looking for some new blog material!). For my morning snack I had the Apple Cinnamon mini Pure Organics bar and let me just say….yummmm!
Ingredients: organic dates, organic apples, organic agave nectar, organic walnuts, organic cashews, organic almonds, organic rice protein concentrate, organic minerals, organic cinnamon.
To Allison and Andrea:
I JUST went to the post office…your Newman’s Own Oraganic products are on their way!
Sally from NOO and I have been in communication and I pleased to hear that both Akins and Whole Foods stores near me carry NOO products. I just hope they carry the hermits…!! NOO is such a wonderful company, I feel so blessed to have come across such wonderful people and products!
Last night, husband and I split dinner duty as I had boot camp. As to not be eating dinner at 10pm, husband was in charge of making wild rice. He did pretty good…maybe a bit more stirring action was needed, but hey…I’m not complaining!
Look at that wild rice…goooooigeous!! It was so nutty and rich in flavor.
And on my wild rice…nutritional yeast! It was really good!
And a fresh field greens salad : )
Some of my “regulars” brought me a little gift yesterday (I know, not supposed to accept gifts from patients…but it was FOOD!) — POPS CHIPS! Besides Terra veggies chips, I’m very “take’em or leave’em” when it comes to crunchy, salty snacks. Pops Chips, however, are pretty much amazing! They’re a cross-over between a rice cake and a potato chip — 100 calories per serving! And supposedly my local Target carries them, so keep your eye out! Sorry I don’t have a picture, husband was on a rampage last night cleaning away.
Same goes for my LARABAR wrapper (doesn’t husband know by now that I’m not throwing out my trash because I’m lazy but rather, because I’m a blogger! Doh, hubby!). I tried the Peanut Butter Cookie Larabar and it was pretty incredible. The apple pie was good, but the peanut butter cookie was phenom.
And as a marathon runner, I have to address Biggest Loser last night. Lame.
60 days to train for a marathon? Who in their right mind finds that feasible? Safe? Fun? Not me. Not a doctor. Not a personal trainer. These people are still obese and NO body is made to run 26.2 miles. Each of my marathons have required 4 1/2 MONTHS of training and I barely survived the second race. I dunno, just really not “smart” on The Biggest Loser’s part.
And to quote one of my patient’s on Danny’s 59-pound weight loss in 60 days: “That aint safe.” I have such a love/hate relationship with that show, but no doubt will I be tuned in to the finale next week.
Does anyone have any favorite healthy holiday cookie recipes?
My taste testing at work next week is holiday cookies and I actually don’t have any tried and true cookie recipes! Anyone???
My neighborhood was decked out to the extreme in lights yesterday (Dec. 1st…makes sense). So I ask…
What are you ask for from Santa this Christmas?
Husband and I purchased a treadmill as our gift to one another (I mean from Santa…). So excited!
Happy Hump Day!
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