Melt butter and olive oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add the garlic and sauté for 1 minute (being careful not to burn). Add the shrimp, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper. Cook the shrimp until pink and cooked through. This should take about 4-5 minutes.
In a small sauté pan, sauté peppers and onions in 1 tablespoon of olive oil until translucent/soft. Add garlic the last minute of cooking. Let cool.
Mix together the vegetables, combination seasoning, sea salt, and eggs in a large bowl and then set aside.
Fill a dutch oven (or stock pot) with enough water to cover an inch of the potatoes. Boil for about 6-7 minutes until soft. They do not need to be cooked through yet. Drain the pot and set potatoes aside.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and line a large, rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper or a silk pad.
Season pounded out chicken with salt and pepper on both sides then dredge in the almond flour. Heat 1 tablespoon grasped oil and 1 tablespoon ghee in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Working in batches, add chicken and cook until golden brown, about 5 minutes per side. Transfer to plate.
As a wellness coach, one of the questions that I get asked the most is: How do you stay healthy during the holiday season? Studies suggest that individuals gain an average of one pound per week. Not only is this extremely unhealthy for your body and mental state, but you will be starting the New Year off at a disadvantage. Here are my top 10 tips that will keep you fitting in your favorite pair of jeans, while still being able to enjoy the season.
Many people become mentally overwhelmed striving to achieve their overarching macro-goals. For instance, the thought of losing 50 pounds can seem somewhat daunting, but when you break it down into micro-goals (5 or 10 pounds at a time) it seems attainable. Plus this type of goal setting allows you to celebrate the small victories. Maybe after the first 10 pounds, you treat yourself to a massage and after 20 pounds you cheer with a new dress. This builds momentum and keeps you motivated until you reach your ultimate goal.
Lavender is a common herb used for improving sleep and reducing stress in the body. Here are a few ways to include it in your nighttime routine. Lavender Tea: Ingest lavender in tea form before bedtime to help soothe you to sleep and prevent insomnia. You can make it yourself by boiling some water and letting both the leaf and flower seep. Lavender is easily accessible at your local Farmer’s Market. There are also many teas containing lavender available at your local grocery haunt.
Great for your health and cleansing your body, especially if you’ve been having lots of summer treats.