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Eating healty is becoming fun!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Last week I introduced my hubby to veggie wraps and he and I are loving them. What a great way to go for summer eating and a healthier lifestyle! We’ve had them for lunch, however, he’s dug into his lunch mid-morning because he is loving them so much.

Veggie wraps are so quick to make so long as you cut up and dice your veggies in advance and store in the fridge. This week we have added tuna to the wraps filled with veggies. We have both been doing good and going to the gym so our appetites are pretty good these days. The only difference is that we are not filling up on sugar and carbs. Not feeling sluggish and digestive tract is happier. Wasn’t so bad spending good money on lots of veggies last week. Nothing has even gone bad. I’m in it to win it!

Also, I’ve been trying new recipes, from the internet and spark people. They have all been great. The Garlic brown sugar chicken is one you have to try, so simple and good! Then too, I’m getting so good at cooking that last night, I looked in the fridge and cabinets and threw in whatever I felt like. A tasty teriyaki chicken meal with egg noodles filled with vegetables. Hubby loved it and so did I.

Eating Healthier is becoming FUN!

BTW, My Airbaby is home for a visit!

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  • no profile photo CD107475
    Sounds Like you've found your FoodSpark lol

    Glad to hear your babys home, love the pic
    3284 days ago
  • NIKKICOLE83
    That Garlic Brown sugar chicken sounds amazing! I wish I could just eat veggie anything but I am a Nebraska girl and we need meat! Good job on the nutrition and on convincing your husband to adopt the same habits.
    3292 days ago
  • no profile photo CD10081037
    Awesome, enjoy airbabie's visit!!
    3292 days ago
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