focus on intuitive eating principles

focus on intuitive eating principles

These posts are NOT to encourage calorie counting but are to demonstrate the impact that ingredient manipulation can have on the overall calories in a meal (obviously important for those of you who are trying to lose weight)
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On the left:
🔸50g Feta
🔸200g Sweet Potato
🔸4 Cherry Tomatoes
🔸1/2 cup Baby Spinach
🔸1/4 small Capsicum
🔸1/6 medium Zucchini
🔸1 cup cooked Quinoa
🔸180g Poached chicken
🔸Dressing of Balsamic Vinegar + Olive Oil
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On the right:
🔹25g Feta
🔹100g Sweet Potato
🔹8 Cherry Tomatoes
🔹1 cup Baby Spinach
🔹1/2 small Capsicum
🔹1/3 medium Zucchini
🔹1/2 cup cooked Quinoa
🔹120g Poached chicken
🔹Dressing of Balsamic Vinegar
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#Spotthedifference

Well folks, let’s talk about a topic that’s been causing quite a stir lately – abbreviations! It seems like every time you turn around, there’s a new abbreviation popping up that makes you scratch your head and wonder what on earth it means.

Take “LOL” for example. I used to think it stood for “Lots of Love,” until I found out it actually means “Laughing Out Loud.” Imagine my surprise when I signed a sympathy card with “LOL” instead of “Lots of Love.” Whoops!

And let’s not forget about “BRB” – short for “Be Right Back.” It’s handy when you need to step away from a conversation for a moment, but I can’t help but wonder if people are actually rushing back to their screens as soon as they say it. I mean, how urgent could that cat video really be?

But perhaps my favorite abbreviation of all time has to be “TMI” – “Too Much Information.” We’ve all been there, scrolling through social media when suddenly we come across a post that shares just a little too much about someone’s personal life. TMI, my friends, TMI.

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So the next time you come across an abbreviation that leaves you scratching your head, just remember – you’re not alone. We’re all in this confusing world of shortened words together. Just don’t accidentally sign a sympathy card with “LOL.” Trust me, it’s a real conversation starter.

Bette

My name is Bette. I'm a 34 year old female from Turkey. My occupation is a website designer and I work from a home office. I have struggled with my weight since puberty. Still figuring out.

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