WHAT'S IN IT:
HOW TO MAKE IT:
Preheat oven to 375. Take a fork and pork holes all the way around the spaghetti squash. Microwave on high for about 5 minutes. This makes it easier to slice.
Cut squash in half. Remove seeds with a spoon. Drizzle squash with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Please squash upside down on baking sheet and bake for 40 minutes.
In a skillet, drizzle some olive oil and cook the chicken breast on medium-high heat. Cook chicken until golden brown. Set aside when cooked.
In another skillet, drizzle some olive oil and cook onion until it becomes transparent, add garlic and cook for 2 minutes. Add cooking sherry and cook for another 2-3 minutes. Add lemon juice and chicken broth. Add black pepper and sea salt to taste. Reduce heat and cook for 20 minutes. Add chicken and spinach.
Take the spaghetti squash out of the oven after it’s cooked for 20 minutes and let cool. Using a fork, shred the inside of the squash.
Plate spaghetti squash and pour sauce over the squash, sprinkle with low-fat parmesan cheese and Enjoy!
I use Kale in veggie drinks, salads and other dishes. It is a super food and is one of the most nutrient dense foods that's packed with vitamin C and K. It is a good, plant-based source of calcium. It's also a weight-loss friendly food!
I wanted to create a Kale salad that included a softer lettuce, to balance it out. Kale tends to be a little more coarse. I chose Butter lettuce because I love how light weight it is and the leaves are big enough that they can be used as a substitute for bread for wraps, sandwiches or burgers..
This salad is light, fresh and includes some of my favorite foods I like to eat. It's so delicious you can have it for lunch or dinner. We roast cauliflower, asparagus and broccoli on a regular basis and use it inside salads for lunch the next day, or as a side dish for dinner.
What's in it...
2 c. organic butter lettuce
2 c. organic baby kale
1/4 c. organic swiss cheese shavings
6 organic button size mushrooms, diced
1/2 c. organic roasted cauliflower
4-5 oz organic grilled chicken breasts, diced
1 tbs. organic extra virgin olive oil
1-2 tsp aged white wine vinegar
1 tsp pesto
How to make it...
Add butter lettuce, kale, swiss cheese, mushrooms and cauliflower to a large salad bowl. Place your diced chicken in a small bowl and blend in the pesto. Mix the pesto chicken in with your salad. In a small bowl add your olive oil and vinegar. Mix the two ingredients with a fork and pour it over your salad. Toss your salad and serve.
This serves 2-3 people.
Try it, it's good for you!
I've incorporated having 1 green drink each day into my diet.. There are so many smoothies, juice & vegetable drink recipes on the internet these days. Most include milk, almond milk or greek yogurt. ,That's all fine but when you are trying to cut back the amount of hormones you consume in your diet, creating a delicious juice & vegetable drink that's tasty, can be challenging. It took many attempts to get this drink right, but we nailed it!!! For fun we poured it in a copper mug. It really brought out all the flavors and was much tastier than drinking it out of a glass cup, hence the the name! It's smooth and delicious and packed with vitamins that will boost your energy and give you vibrant skin. You can have it as a meal, or serve it on the side with some animal protein and rice or quinoa. . Try it, it's good for you!
What's in it..
1 1/2 c H20.
2 ice cubes
1 c. organic kale
1 c. organic spinach
1 c. organic broccoli
1 tsp organic hemp seed
1/4 tsp spirulina powder
1/4 tsp chlorella powder
1 small banana
4 medium organic strawberries
How to make it..
I used a Vitamix blender. Pour in your H20 and ice cubes, then add your green powders and hemp sees followed by your vegetables and fruit. Blend until everything has been turned into a liquid.
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I am the founder, fitness & weight-loss coach, creator, marketer, blogger, web designer, and chef of redtangerine! This all started back in 2009 when the job market took a huge hit, resulting in being laid off. I spent months trying to find a job. It was a time when the masses in all industries were getting laid off. We were all looking for work and there was no work to be found. I was at a loss as to how I was going to generate an income. It was a friend of mine who was a career coach, that suggested I turn my passion for fitness and wellness into a business.
I applied my professional work experience to building redtangerine. I had access to a gym, I had the knowledge and experience, I just needed clients. Craigslist was one of the resources I used to find people who were looking for a fitness trainer to lose weight.. And so it began, I found my first client and redtangerine became the platform for coaching individuals who wanted to lose weight. It was incredibly rewarding to help people lose weight and feel better about themselves. I loved training them, building their workout plans and creating an eating plan that was easy for them to follow. I trained with my clients. That in itself was very motivating for them. They were determined to reach my level of fitness, which allowed me to push them harder. They never gave up. I was rewarded every time I saw their smiling faces at their weekly weigh in. I created redtangerine because I loved helping people feel better, not for the money. The job market picked back up and like everyone else, I entered back into the workforce.
Much has transpired and changed since 2009, to include why redtangerine is still in existence. Since jumping back into a full-time job, I wasn't able to coach as many clients. I continued to tweet, blog and post on redtangerine's Facebook page, There were times when I wasn't able to post because my job kept me busy. People started reaching out to me via private messages and emails asking why I wasn't posting. I was somewhat taken back to hear that. At that time, I didn't have a ton of followers on any of my social media sites, but what I learned was, I have a very loyal base of followers. They told me my posts were motivated and inspired them and they wanted to know if I was going to start posting again.
I have to say, those loyal followers inspired me back. I started posting and blogging on a more regular basis. Not many of my followers make comments on my pages, but I know they are listening and that is hands down, enough to keep redtangerine alive and well. I continued to maintain my posts on redtangerine and work in the corporate world.
It was in 2013 that a life changing event happened, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I had a bi-lateral mastectomy followed by 6 months of reconstruction. In 2015 I had brain surgery to clip two brain aneurysm's that had been discovered. I felt like I was getting beat up by my own body. The body I had taken such good care of. It didn't and still doesn't make sense to me, but shit happens.
The loyal followers, the life threatening health issues, friends, family and people I didn't even know, have kept redtangerine alive. It has evolved into something much more meaningful than I had ever intended. This is the silver lining of all that I have endured, conquered, learned from, experienced and researched!
My hope is that I will continue to inspire all of you and even though I may not know you personally, I want to make a positive impact on your life in some way.
So join in, read along, enjoy the tasty treats, fitness tips and start enjoy the simple things in life! Until next time...
I love sharing fitness & wellness tips that will make a difference in the way you look and feel. My healthy recipes will make your mouth water. Eating well and exercising on a regular basis plays a huge part in feeling mentally and physically well.