Delicious Vegan Cinnamon Raisin Cookies Made Easy with Fiber d'Lish!
You can quickly make these vegan cinnamon raisin cookies in your food processor. Simply add two Fiber d’Lish Cinnamon Raisin bars, dates, nuts, nut butter, oats, and protein powder. If you choose to omit the protein powder, add extra oats. Then, garnish with raisins before freezing. Keep these no bake cookies in your freezer for all your cookie cravings. Serve them warm or enjoy the depth of flavor from eating them chilled. They are so delicious that your kids will never guess they are vegan cinnamon raisin cookies and are healthy!
With a series of small changes and a high-fiber diet, 26-year-old Jordan Ring shares how in three years, he was able to lose and keep off over 30 pounds he gained during college. With the advice of his doctor, he focused on dietary fiber throughout his weight loss journey. He started his website, Fiber Guardian, to help people of all ages learn more about the high-fiber diet, and to prove that weight loss does not have to be extremely complicated.
Jordan's Story (Focus on Dietary Fiber)
It all started when I went for a checkup at the doctor’s. I had not had a physical exam in quite a while, so I decided it might be a good idea to make sure that I was good to go. Boy, am I glad that I did!
Delicious Banana Bread Muffins Made Easy with Fiber d'Lish!
With one Fiber d’Lish Banana Walnut bar and only four other ingredients, you can make two moist and fluffy banana bread muffins! Simply grab oats, an egg, half of a banana, and baking powder. Combine the ingredients in your food processor and then bake. This quick, clean recipe takes less than 20 minutes from start to finish!
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Is it necessary to do a cleanse diet or does your body detox naturally on its own? Are juice cleanses safe or dangerous? What role do high-fiber foods play in cleansing? To answer these questions, we got expert advice from two well-known registered dietitians.
Juice vs. Real Food Cleanses?
Celebrity dietitian and author Keri Glassman, RD, recommends real food cleanses only and advises avoiding juice cleanses completely. With juice cleanses, you will not only feel hungry and lethargic during it, but likely gain back more weight when the cleanse is over!
Keri said, “It’s hard to feel empowered when you’re drinking your breakfast. And your lunch. And your snacks. And your dinner. . . I need to chew. You?”
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