Slow-Carb Breakfast – Microwave Spring Veggie Frittata

Spring Veggie Microwave Frittata on findingmyfitness.com #4hb #slowcarb

Finally, for the first time in four years, I have a garden that actually did something. At least from my perspective, I’m really getting a bumper crop. We’ve got so much zucchini that I can’t even give it all away. So I’m using these freshly harvested veggies, and because of a pregnant wife’s weird food (in)tolerances, I’ve had to make my breakfast at work in the microwave. Here’s what I’ve come up with.

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Doing the Slow-Carb Diet

As someone who experimented with the Slow Carb Diet for a while, I’m a pretty big fan. It’s innovative, creative, and dead simple.

But even though the diet is simple, let’s face it – humans make mistakes especially when we don’t know what we shouldn’t be doing.

So I decided to write about the 5 mistakes that most people make with the slow carb diet so you can ensure you don’t fall victim to the same pitfalls.

10 Slow Carb Breakfasts That Don’t Use Eggs

10 Slow-Carb Breakfasts That Don't Use Eggs

Eggs are definitely the easiest protein source for breakfast, and at least in the U.S., we’re very accustomed to it. If you’re trying to do slow-carb as a vegetarian, eggs are probably the best source of protein as well.

But I get that some people will get tired of the same breakfast every morning. So here’s what I’ve come up with:

Meditation Tips for Weight Loss

How To Improve Weight Loss Success With Meditation on http://www.findingmyfitness.com

Did you realise that stress could actually be making you fat?

Are you one of the many people who think they are doing all the right things?

You are exercising; you are eating your leafy greens however the weight just won’t budge? It could be stress that’s causing your body to cling onto the stored fat as if your life depended on it.

5 Tips For How To Quit A Sugar Addiction

5 Tips to Quit Your Sugar Addiction

Sugar cravings can be extremely hard to resist. So here are some tips to get your through those first tough couple of weeks. Remember however that it’s just those first couple of weeks where the cravings are strongest. As you start to feel better and better it will become easier to avoid sugar and make healthier food choices.