ISO: Vegan Friendly Registered Dietitian for Recipe Creation

I am looking for a Vegan Friendly Registered Dietitian for Recipe Creation.

Check out the project below

Purpose

The purpose of this project is to deliver one (1) set of five (5) different vegan recipes for readers to explore a specific ingredient. One (1) recipe for each standard meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner) plus two (2) more recipes appropriate for a snack.

The total project has a total of 24 specified ingredients. The specified ingredient is to be used as the “star” ingredient. The current request is to complete one (1) set of five (5) recipes. Based upon your delivered product you may be asked to create the remaining sets.

  • Breakfast recipe should be the largest meal
  • Lunch recipe should be the second largest meal.
  • Dinner should be the lightest meal.
  • Snacks should have one suitable for evening/bedtime and one for morning or afternoon.

Recipe Guidelines

  • Recipes should be built using whole foods.
    • No commercial meat, dairy, or poultry substitutes may be used as ingredients.
  • Recipes should be written in American English using grams, milliliters and liters.
  • Nutrition values for complete recipe as well as per serving should be included.
  • Macronutrient percentages are required for each recipe.
  • Bean curd and tempeh are okay to use.
    • No TVP or TSP.

If you have any questions, schedule a zoom meeting using this link for us to discuss your questions. You will be able to share your preliminary questions when scheduling to help us maximize our time together.

Rebecca McGrane

Rebecca@AHD247.com

513-760-6018

Why I Eat My Vegetables First

Eating vegetables is a good thing. I believe this 100%. In fact, it is one of the very first things discussed and tracked with my Health Coaching clients. Every program covers this core Nutrition Habit. Eat your veggies!

But, the timing of my vegetables is something of a conversation starter while seated around the table at conferences and networking events. While most start with their proteins or fast-carbs I begin with my vegetables. I eat at least half (more often ALL) of them before bringing in the proteins & fast-carbs. This always results in at least one person at the table asking my WHY I eat my veggies first.

My first reply is typically a simple one: “Just something I prefer.” I could of course blind everyone with the science behind why I prefer this, but my approach has always been to add positive, sustainable habits that meet others right where they are with their lifestyle demands. For many this is a perfectly suitable reply with no further discussion sought. It keeps everyone in a good frame of mind and I am not dominating the conversation, something my great-grandmother warned against during social settings.

But then there are those instances when several around the table want to know more about “Veggies First” preference. This blog series shares these conversations from over the years.

Have a question about Why I eat my vegetables first?



I'd love to hear it!



 

 

 

FibroClimb is LIVE on FB

My FibroTrainer clients were super excited about this and I think you will be too. FibroClimb is now available every Monday LIVE right through the FibroTrainer FB page.

Group Class Details

Monday 11:00 am – 11:15 am EST – replays and extra follow along videos are available between class.

Must have PAR-Q on file – you can do that here

$10 per month or included in your FibroTrainer subscription.

No refunds. You can cancel anytime.

 

Social Media Images

This post is to share my #1 total favorite online image tool with you. You can get started with a free account and upgrade when you are ready.

You 100% need this if you do 1+ of these:

  • Enjoy sharing pics on FB or Instagram.
  • Have  more than one social media platform.
  • Want to have GREAT looking images but don’t want to spend a ton of time making it happen.
  • Manage or help out with FB groups or pages for friends or clients.
  • Want to up your game as an online trainer or expert.

Full disclosure, I am a GetStencil affiliate which means when you use my affiliate link to set up your account two things happen.

  1. I get a kickback from the company.
  2. you get invited to join the Rebecca’s Get Stencil Friends & Family FB group where I share my tips & tricks for using Get Stencil and answer your questions about using Get Stencil. 

Check out this video showing how powerful and easy it is to use GetStencil.

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Good. Better. Best. Because We CAN!

 
Taking this approach to our health and wellness allows us to grow into optimal wellness. It makes it easy to manage choices when we are out and about as well as to love ourselves through difficult situations where we might feel as if we are missing the mark.
 
What does “Good. Better. Best.” look like? Well that depends. Take eating vegetables as an example. Everybody knows that eating vegetables is something we SHOULD do DAILY. For someone who rarely never eats vegetables Good could be eating literally 1 fresh green bean or spinach leaf. But for that person who eats 5+ veggies a day Good could be eating 2 extra green veggies on top of their 5.
 
Think about fresh & in season produce. Yes that is considered the BEST option. But if you do not have a way to store the fresh produce then frozen is your BEST option, provided you have freezer space. But if you don’t have freezer space then canned becomes your BEST option. 
See how the Good. Better. Best. approach considers where you are today and what you have currently have available? All free from guilt and shame.
 
Don’t let fear of making mistake stop you from making the best #healthyeating choices you can right this moment.
 
#ShowMeYourVeggies

Nature’s Truth Recalls Iron Supplement Bottles Due to Failure to Meet Child-Resistant Closure Requirement

The United States Consumer Protection Safety Commission is tasked with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death associated with consumer products. The commission was established in 1972 as part of the Consumer Product Safety Act.

Published: Thu, 11 May 2017 17:54:02 +0000

Get complete details from CPSC here.

If you or someone you know is affected by this recall please be sure to review the information using the Get complete details link and take the appropriate action. You can learn more about the CPSC by visiting their website

Be well,
Rebecca
P.S. If my posting this recall was helpful please let me know in the comments.

Carrier and Bryant Recall Heat Pumps Due to Fire Hazard

The United States Consumer Protection Safety Commission is tasked with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death associated with consumer products. The commission was established in 1972 as part of the Consumer Product Safety Act.

Published: Thu, 11 May 2017 14:28:57 +0000

Get complete details from CPSC here.

If you or someone you know is affected by this recall please be sure to review the information using the Get complete details link and take the appropriate action. You can learn more about the CPSC by visiting their website

Be well,
Rebecca
P.S. If my posting this recall was helpful please let me know in the comments.

Carrier and Bryant Recall Heat Pumps Due to Fire Hazard

The United States Consumer Protection Safety Commission is tasked with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death associated with consumer products. The commission was established in 1972 as part of the Consumer Product Safety Act.

The capacitors in the fuse boards in the heat pumps can stop working causing the unit to overheat, posing a fire hazard.

Published: May 11, 2017

Get complete details from CPSC here.

If you or someone you know is affected by this recall please be sure to review the information using the Get complete details link and take the appropriate action. You can learn more about the CPSC by visiting their website

Be well,
Rebecca
P.S. If my posting this recall was helpful please let me know in the comments.

Nature’s Truth Recalls Iron Supplement Bottles Due to Failure to Meet Child-Resistant Closure Requirement

The United States Consumer Protection Safety Commission is tasked with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death associated with consumer products. The commission was established in 1972 as part of the Consumer Product Safety Act.

The packaging is not child-resistant as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act. The tablets inside the bottle contain iron, which can cause serious injury or death to young children if multiple tablets are ingested at once.

Published: May 11, 2017

Get complete details from CPSC here.

If you or someone you know is affected by this recall please be sure to review the information using the Get complete details link and take the appropriate action. You can learn more about the CPSC by visiting their website

Be well,
Rebecca
P.S. If my posting this recall was helpful please let me know in the comments.