Many marinades are filled with sweeteners, infusing your healthy dinner with unwanted simple sugars. This recipe removes all worry by using a small amount of liquid stevia along with other fresh and wholesome flavors to liven up this tender, grilled chicken breast. Enjoy with a side of veggies! Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com Servings: 4
Here’s what you need
For the Asian Marinade:
¼ cup coconut aminos ¼ cup Balsamic Vinegar 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon Liquid Stevia 1 tablespoon Garlic, minced 2 tablespoons fresh ginger, minced 3 fresh scallions, thinly sliced
Perhaps you’ve been meeting with your Everlasting Changes nutrition coach, and you think this is enough to keep you on track to meet your fitness or weight loss goals. While nutrition is a huge part of a healthy lifestyle, it’s not the end all, and exercise is necessary if you wish to meet those true health goals. Exercise won’t just help you to lose weight more quickly, but it will help you to keep that weight off and really begin feeling like your best self again. 26275
I realized something important about exercise that’s worth sharing with you. Most of the time, when encouraging you to exercise, I focus on health and fat loss. These are two significant benefits, but there’s another side effect of exercise that’s hugely important… How you feel after doing it. Every workout has an immediate impact on your energy, mood, body chemistry, and even mental functioning. The endorphins released are specifically designed to make you feel good. All of these factors combined create your overall feeling of wellbeing.
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What’s better than a salt n’ pepper grilled steak? A Sake Marinated Grilled Steak! The complex flavors contributed by this Sake Marinade combine to create a steak experience that you’ll want to repeat. Sake flavored marinades often go hand-in-hand with soy and sugar, however in this lightened up version I’ve removed both of these offending ingredients. In place of the soy sauce we are using coconut aminos, and in place of the sugar we are using a touch of liquid stevia. While these might sound like trivial ingredients, removing simple sugar from things like marinades and dressings makes it