I love experimenting with traditional recipes and finding wholesome substitutes for the regular pasta or bread. I really like making lasagna, because you can make a large amount at once so we will have food for several nights, and I substitute the lasagna noodles for slices of potatoes.
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Realizing I needed to kick my game back into high gear, I suggested the January Rules plan: Go back to the three rules, follow them strictly, and truly enjoy my weekly “cheat meal.” By inviting others to participate, it helped keep me on target — if I’m leading the charge, I’ve got to be doing it, too!
It’s been a busy day, so I’m going to make this post quick. Dance with me…
Mary Barbour contacted me about January Rules, wanting to get involved (“Even registered dietitians get off track”). She happily agreed to give us a quick primer on trans fats… and why they’re so bad for us.
We’re halfway through the month, and it’s time for an update from our January Rulers!
Today I’m pleased to share a guest post by Renae Porter, one of our official January Rulers! She offers some thoughts on her own eating rules, my January Rules, and how to put it all together.
I have yet to eat at an Italian restaurant that offers 100% whole grain breads or pastas, so when it’s not a cheat meal, that means that all of those are off-limits. Since I’m saving my cheat meal for this weekend, I had to get a little more creative.
A few days ago I threw down A Challenge for January: Follow my three eating rules for the month. Several friends agreed to share some of their experiences publicly throughout the month, and I asked them each a simple question: What are you hoping to accomplish from this January challenge?