4 ways to Make bland food Better

Here are some simple ways to make your bland food taste a little better at no caloric cost:

  1. Consuming tons of rice?  instead of using water, use chicken stock.  Whether it’s white or brown, doesn’t matter.  Still tastes great.
    1. if you don’t care about calories, cook it with half water & half coconut milk & add salt.  Holy shit it’s delicious!!!
  2. Vegetables – add salt and stevia and it tastes significantly better.
    1. if you don’t care about calories, add olive oil!
  3. Tired of eating rice?  Try brown rice or quinoa pasta & add salt & pepper.
    1. if you don’t care about calories, add olive oil.
  4. Tired of regular fruits & berries?  Freeze it, throw it in a blender, add some stevia & cacao.  It’s really good.

This may sound real basic, but if you’re like me and you eat the same bland stuff all the time, this will be a very delightful change.

SIdenote: I always use Himalayan Sea Salt.  I’ve heard some awesome claims with it and how it’s way better than regular salt.  I’m not sure how much of it is true – I haven’t read any studies regarding it’s usage.  But here’s some stuff that I found on the Google for you:

The claims of himalayan salt sole include:

  • Detoxifies the body by balancing systemic pH
  • Improves mineral status of the body
  • Helps balance blood sugar
  • Helps balance blood pressure because it provides unrefined, mineral-rich salt in an ionic solution
  • Acts as a powerful antihistamine

Click Here for a link where you can find an easy recipe for vegetables.  Enjoy

 

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Mike Guadango

About Mike Guadango

Mike is a currently a Coach, Writer & Owner for Freak Strength. He was a part of DeFranco’s Gym for over 10 years, studied under Buddy Morris and James Smith while at the University of Pittsburgh and has also studied at various physical therapy practices. He has coached levels of athletes from Pro-Bowl, MLB, to pre-pubescent athletes and has also consulted for high caliber athletes worldwide.

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