On this week’s podcast we had a great talk with Amber Romaniuk. Amber is the owner of Nourish This Life & Amber Approved and author of “Amber Approved: Gluten, Sugar & Dairy-free”. This episode is especially important if you or your loved one suffers from obesity or an eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia, bulimarexia, or binge eating disorder.
What We Covered:
2:30 – About Amber Romaniuk.
3:30 – What inspired to write her cookbook ‘Amber Approved‘?
6:50 – How to get support from family and friends when starting to eat clean.
11:05 – What is the definition of clean eating?
12:55 – How to change to a clean diet successfully.
14:35 – The importance of reading food labels.
15:48 – Do I need to purchase gluten-free products even if I’m not gluten intolerant?
18:54 – All-natural sweeteners: Yacon syrup and lucuma powder
23:23 – The importance of glycemic load. Glycemic load vs. glycemic index.
31:00 – Does all sugar need to be eliminated when eating clean?
32:08 – The sugar content of processed food.
33:40 – How to learn to create ‘clean’ versions of your favorite foods.
37:55 – Clean Desserts: Avocado Chocolate Pudding
46:25 – Tips on creating clean recipes
50:43 – Gluten free grains: Teff
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