Trim Healthy Mama on a Whole Foods Diet

Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.
Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.

Trim Healthy Mama on a Whole Foods Diet

There is some criticism in the whole foods world about Trim Healthy Mama. I’d like to take the time to debunk the myth that Trim Healthy Mama can’t be included in a whole food’s lifestyle.

What is Trim Healthy Mama?

The Trim Healthy Mama (THM) diet is a lifestyle approach to eating developed by sisters Pearl Barrett and Serene Allison. It is based on the premise of separating fuels, where meals are designed to focus on either carbohydrates or fats, but not both together, to optimize metabolism and promote weight loss. read more

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Going to the grocery store just got easier with this Grocery Shopping Printable. Just add what extra items you need in the blanks and mark off what you don’t need for the week. You can simplify your shopping by having everything organized by area of the store.

Hope this helps your grocery shopping experience!




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low carb potato salad, radish salad, low carb gumbo


No Roux Chicken and Sausage Gumbo with Radish {Faux-Tato} Salad

crockpot, bell pepper, onion, Italian

Slow Cooker Meatballs and Spinach in a Creamy sauce

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Trim and Healthy Biscuits and Sausage Gravy 

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Busy Mom’s Guide to Whole Foods

It’s time to make healthy eating a breeze with our Busy Mom’s Guide to Whole Foods!

Being a busy mom can make it challenging to prioritize healthy eating for yourself and your family. But with a little planning and some helpful tips, you can make whole foods a staple in your household without sacrificing taste or time. Whether you’re new to the Grassfed Mama lifestyle or just looking for some fresh ideas, this blog is here to provide you with easy, delicious, and nutritious recipes that the whole family will love. From keto-friendly options to low-carb favorites, we’ve got you covered. So buckle up, busy moms, because healthier eating is about to get a whole lot easier with this Busy Mom’s Guide to Whole Foods!

The importance of Whole Foods for your family’s health

When it comes to feeding your family, whole foods should be at the top of your grocery list. These natural, unprocessed foods are packed with nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that are essential for your family’s health and well-being. Unlike processed foods, which are often high in sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats, whole foods provide the fuel your body needs to thrive.

By incorporating whole foods into your family’s diet, you can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Plus, whole foods are often more filling and satisfying, which can help you and your kids avoid mindless snacking and overeating.

Not only are whole foods great for your family’s physical health, but they also have a positive impact on mental health. Research has shown that a diet rich in whole foods can improve mood, reduce stress, and boost cognitive function.

In the next section, we’ll discuss some simple ways to incorporate more whole foods into your family’s meals and snacks.

Quick and easy Whole Foods recipes for even the busiest of moms

As a busy mom, finding the time to prepare healthy meals for your family can be a challenge. But with a little planning and some simple recipes, incorporating whole foods into your meals can be easier than you think. Here are a few quick and easy recipes that even the busiest of moms can whip up in no time:

1. Green Smoothie: Blend together a handful of spinach or kale, a banana, a cup of almond milk, and a spoonful of nut butter for a nutritious and delicious breakfast on the go.

2. Veggie Stir Fry: Chop up a variety of colorful veggies like bell peppers, broccoli, and carrots, and stir fry them with a splash of soy sauce and a sprinkle of sesame seeds for a quick and nutritious weeknight dinner.

3. Loaded Sweet Potatoes: Bake some sweet potatoes in the oven, then top them with black beans, avocado, salsa, and a dollop of Greek yogurt for a filling and healthy meal that the whole family will love.

Incorporating whole foods into your family’s meals doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming. With a little creativity and some simple recipes, you can ensure that your family is eating healthier and feeling their best. Stay tuned for more tips and ideas on how to make whole foods a regular part of your family’s diet.

Easy Tips for Eating Healthy on a Budget!

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Planning ahead: Tips for meal prepping and grocery shopping

Planning ahead is key to making whole foods a regular part of your family’s diet. Meal prepping and strategic grocery shopping can save you time and ensure that healthy options are always readily available. Here are a few tips to help you get started:

– Plan your meals for the week: Take some time at the beginning of each week to plan out your meals. This will help you ensure that you have a variety of healthy options and that you’re using ingredients efficiently.

– Make a grocery list: Before heading to the store, make a list of the ingredients you’ll need for your planned meals. This will help you stay focused and avoid buying unhealthy impulse items. Grab My Keto Grocery List

– Shop the perimeter: When you’re at the grocery store, focus on the outer aisles where you’ll find fresh produce, meats, and dairy. These whole foods should make up the majority of your cart.

– Prep in advance: Take some time on the weekends to meal prep for the upcoming week. Chop vegetables, cook grains, and portion out meals so that they’re ready to go when you need them.

By planning ahead and being prepared, you can make whole foods an easy and convenient choice for your family’s meals. Stay tuned for more tips and ideas on how to make healthy eating a seamless part of your busy mom lifestyle.

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Sneaky ways to incorporate more fruits and veggies into your meals

One of the biggest challenges for busy moms is getting their families to eat enough fruits and veggies. But fear not, there are sneaky ways to incorporate these nutritious ingredients into your meals without sacrificing taste or convenience.

1. Smoothies: Whip up a delicious smoothie packed with fruits and veggies. Sneak in some spinach or kale for added nutrients and blend it with sweet fruits like berries or bananas. Your family won’t even taste the greens!

2. Sneaky sauces: Puree cooked vegetables like cauliflower or butternut squash and add them to your sauces. They’ll add a creamy texture and boost the nutritional value without your family even noticing.

3. Veggie-packed casseroles: Make casseroles more nutritious by adding a variety of veggies. Chopped bell peppers, carrots, or zucchini can be easily hidden within cheesy or meaty dishes.

4. Add veggies to pasta: Instead of just serving spaghetti with sauce, grate or finely chop veggies like zucchini or mushrooms and mix them in with the sauce. It’s a sneaky way to boost the nutritional content while maintaining the flavor.

By incorporating more fruits and veggies in these clever ways, you’ll be giving your family the nutrients they need without any complaints.

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Making healthy eating fun and enjoyable for your little ones

Let’s face it, getting kids to eat their fruits and veggies can sometimes be a battle. But with a little creativity and some fun strategies, you can make healthy eating a joyful experience for your little ones.

One idea is to involve your kids in the meal planning and preparation process. Take them grocery shopping and let them pick out their favorite fruits and vegetables. They will be more likely to eat them if they feel like they have some control and choice in the matter.

Another fun way to get your kids excited about healthy eating is by making it visually appealing. Use cookie cutters to create fun shapes out of fruits and veggies. Arrange them on a plate to make a smiley face or create a colorful rainbow. Kids love bright colors and playful presentations.

Additionally, try making healthy snacks more interactive. Create a build-your-own smoothie bar with a variety of fruits, yogurt, and toppings like granola or shredded coconut. Let your kids assemble their own creations and watch as they devour them with delight.

Lastly, don’t forget to lead by example. When your little ones see you enjoying healthy foods, they are more likely to follow suit. Show enthusiasm for fruits and veggies, and make it a family affair. Eating together and making positive associations with healthy food can go a long way in shaping your children’s eating habits.