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fluffy pancakes & fluffy tummies

i let someone else take the reins on my late PWO breakfast today 😯 .

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FITzee Food’s Banana Flax Pancakes with Agave were quite the highlight of my morning!  sure they are sweetened with agave, but my pancakes need syrup.  it’s a packaged deal.

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dumped drizzled some zero calorie Walden Farms pancake syrup as well as some pumpkin flax granola  (from the bulk bins of Sprouts Farmer’s Market) on top, making these, well, over-the-top!  full muscles = happy muscles.

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exhibit A 😯

it’s no longer weird feeling this way once you know the culprit!  this was prolly one of the most puzzling and straight annoying bumps along my ever-evolving fitness journey. identifying trigger foods (foods that trigger reactions in a person e.g. gluten sensitivity = celiac disease) can be helpful in relieving certain ailments, eliminating excess weight, or preventing IBS (tummy issues e.g., uncomfortable, painful, gas, bloating, fluffiness, etc).  how do you pinpoint them? conduct a little experiment on yourself.  remember, health and fitness is all about trial and error.  find out what your body benefits best from and stick with it☝. first,

  • keep a food dairy
  •  track what you eat
  • track when you eat 
  • take note of how you feel afterwards

after a few weeks (yep, this takes time but the process is always worth it) you should be able to see a pattern. once you have identified a possible trigger food, eliminate it from your diet for two weeks straight.  was there a change? mentally? physically? add that particular food back in and pay close attention to your reaction, if any. once these foods are identified, they can either be avoided easily, completely, or at the very least, finally give you some dang answers!!!  my trigger foods are dairy,  broccoli, and Kashi.  i haven’t cut them out completely, but i know when not to eat them, that’s for darn sure.  no two piece swimsuits or form-fitting clothing for me for a few days!  hope this helps someone else as much as it has helped me.  learning your body is a process, fit friends. and fyi, i had some chicken pizza from Ruggles Green with a bunch of crème fraiche, mozzarella and fontina cheeses on it a few hours before the right pic. it was so worth it lol.

so, why does FITzee Foods offer all these specialty diet options?

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although we all have different dietary needs,  we still have one thing in common.  we all want to eat GOOD! right!? right.  FITzee Foods has something for everybody!

smile, tomorrow’s friday yall 🙂

le

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  1. I am glad you posted about trigger foods. I think I have this issue. Something in my diet causes me to feel bloated at the same time everyday during the week. I starting to think the culprit is my Strawberry protein shake. 😦 I guess I will switch back to Banana Creme.

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