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POP STARS: Chill with homemade wholesome ice pops - photography: Blaine Moats - styling: Jennifer Peterson - text: Caitlyn Diimig, RD - recipes: Kelsey Bulat - recipes via Diabetic Living Magazine Summer 2017

  • Creamy Chocolate Pie: chocolate instant pudding, almond milk, whipped topping, dark chocolate, graham crackers
  • Peach and Cream: vanilla pudding, milk, fresh peaches, honey, whipped topping
  • Berry Lemon: lemon, fresh strawberries, fresh blueberries, water, honey
  • Iced Coconut Latte: can unsweetened coconut milk, sugar, brewed coffee chilled
  • Watermelon, Raspberry, and Lime: lime, chopped seedless watermelon, fresh raspberries, lime juice , lime yogurt
  • Pineapple, Kiwi, and Honeydew: water, sugar, cubed fresh pineapple, sliced kiwi, cubed honeydew
How I reached 99Ibs

1. Drink at least 3L water everyday
2. Drink green tea in the morning
3. Eat at least 1500kcal otherwise your
metabolism will slow down
4. Avoid sugar - eat healthy
5. Eat regularly
6. Never skip breakfast
7. Don’t binge
8. Still listen to your body!

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Healthy Banana, Oaty Chocolate Chip cookies 🍪

(Makes 6)
Only 70 calories per cookie, all natural sugar, suitable for vegetarians and vegans

½ cup of oats (50g)
¼ cup of chocolate chips (25g)
½ of a banana
1tbsp honey (optional)

1) Mash banana into oats (+add honey, if you wish)
2) Add chocolate chips
3) Scoop mixture into 6 even servings and flatten onto baking tray using spoon
4) Bake at gas mark 6 for 20 minutes
5) Allow cookies to cool slightly before serving :)

Quick and Easy! (I’ll be using this one at Uni)

Quick fact. Ready?

Lower Glycemic Index foods, such as oatmeal, brown rice, and yams, break down into glucose molecules at a much slower rate than simple sugars. This helps one to feel fuller for longer, while reducing sharp changes to one’s blood sugar levels.

For lunch I had this beautiful salad, that was honestly just a bunch of veggies I had lying around. A bed of chopped kale, roasted corn, black beans, red onion, tomato, artichoke hearts, half an avocado, and some of the no sugar/whole 30 ranch dressing I got this week.

Super tasty, and I haven’t really been craving sugar. But the lack of Diet Coke and sweet sweet aspartame running through my veins has been rough and I’ve had bad caffeine headaches. I’m hoping that those stop soon, and I can keep up drinking mostly water even after these 30 days.

The Healthiest Chocolate Chip Cookie Ever

The perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe for anyone who is diabetic, gluten intolerant — or both.

Ava’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Yields: 20 cookies


½ cup unsalted organic almond butter (homemade or Living Tree Community Foods Organic Roasted Almond Butter)
2 tablespoons unsweetened applesauce
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoons honey
1/3 cup almond flour
½ cup cooked quinoa
1 tablespoons hemp seeds
1/3 cup bittersweet mini chocolate chips

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Place all of the ingredients in a large bowl, mix and scoop out with a spoon onto a prepared baking sheet. Bake for 20 – 25 minutes. Let cool.
Enjoy with a big glass of unsweetened almond milk!
Nutritional information (Per Serving: 1 cookie): Calories: 80, Total Sugars: 3 g, Total Fat: 5 g, Saturated Fat: 1 g, Cholesterol: 0 mg, Protein: 2 g, Carbohydrate: 8 g, Dietary Fiber: 1 g, Sodium: 0 mg


The week went very well.

I did weight lifting almost every day. I really have to go to bed early.

I’m with the flu again, and yesterday I decided it would be rest day.

Today I went back to the park, which was buzzing with people walking, running, cycling or just enjoying the sun. Looks like spring is approaching! I did 5km, but I ran a just a little because I can’t breathe very well. My nose was running way more than me! 😷

Today also marks the 50th no sugar day!
It’s been getting much easier. I’m at the point where it’s just not worth to cut the streak for some crap, and I don’t even have to fight the cravings anymore.