I love to cook and after looking at the recipes available I felt there was a lot more to add especially for those who want to incorporate meals for the entire family. What I really want to know is if there is any way for me to submit a recipe for review to be possibly added to the recipes provided?
There is a recipe on the Ignite list that calls for semi-sweet chocolate. Even the vegan chocolates that are dairy, gluten, and soy free have added sugar. I have a vegan bar by Coconut Secret that has coconut nectar and I'm just now finding out that it's not approved. As far as the semi-sweet chocolate for the recipe, I had to buy 100% cocoa bittersweet chocolate. I'm going to have to add some type of berry fruit puree so I can sweeten up the chocolate. Is there even a brand I can use?
Oh and the Daily Fuel seemed too expensive for me so I didn't buy it.
I have seen many posts here where people are feeling like they have low energy during the first week. Even though it's only day 2 for me, I don't anticipate those problems. I was wondering if it's a matter of not knowing what to do with the permissible ingredients or if it's more due to the fact that I may not be doing as much high intensity workouts as others.
Erewhon cereal. My local store only carries the corn flakes.
Sure. If you click on the discover tab you can choose from any workout if you want to do something different. You also have the option of watching the videos as much as you'd like.
Honestly I was hoping you would say "they have one without the evaporated cane sugar." Drats. Haha.
Doesn't it have evaporated cane juice? http://dailyburn.com/articles...
1. Gluten free soy sauce costs one point instead of two.
2. Sugar free ketchup and syrup for those "needing" condiments for their foods.
3. Gluten free, dairy free, soy free, chocolate cake mix costs only one point for sugar.
4. So Delicious frozen desserts have products that contain no sugar, artificial sugar, soy, dairy, or gluten.
5. Make you own candy (I'm using cocoa with 100% cocoa mass - melted, unsweetened coconut flakes, and almond slices. If I need more sweetness, I'll add my homemade coconut whipped cream)
Spaghetti! I make my own spaghetti sauce and I use gluten free pasta. I don't eat it often, but I love it.
I bought a protein powder alternative that ended up tasting like crap. Yuck! So I found a cereal that is made with only two ingredients. It's free of the evil 6 and I used the unsweetened almond milk.
I started with True Beginner and lost 7 lbs in the first week. I added ignite the second week and lost 5 lbs. I had no weight loss on the next week, but I definitely lost inches. Last week I lost 3 lbs. I can say that it left me feeling so healthy and energized. I still have 47 lbs to go. We can and will do this together!
DB15: Day one is MMA
I did the ignite plan all the way through without any of the 6. I feel you on the dairy. For me, sugar and soy were the hardest. Soy is in A LOT of stuff. My mom would probably go your route and I think it's great. Do what works best for you and I'm glad it worked out so well for you. CONGRATS!