Hi there He and She readers! I’m so happy to be here guest posting today. When I first started cleaning up my diet, He and She was a huge resource for me. I loved reading about their clean eating journey and seeing all the different recipes. Since then, I’ve started my own clean eating blog and am also in the middle of writing my first cookbook! So exciting! Since then I tend to eat more of a Paleo based diet, due to a gluten intolerance I never knew I had, and also for digestion and inflammation issues. It’s what works best for me. My biggest piece of advice for someone looking to eat better is to find what works FOR YOU! There is no one stop shop, quick fix, or right or wrong. Try doing a 30-day elimination diet, eating nutrient dense foods, and then slowly add things back to see if you react negatively to any foods. From there life gets so much better! Trust me. It’s only 30 days. You’ll survive I promise. If you are interested in doing a 30-day elimination diet to see what foods you may not tolerate, a great place to start is the book It Starts With Food by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig. I had been living with issues that immediately went away once I changed what I stuffed my face with. You would be amazed. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
The King Sundae
5. Once the frozen bananas have been pureed add the almond butter and cocoa powder and puree again until smooth. Once the consistency is reached, scoop out into serving dishes. Top with magic shell coating and candied bacon crumbles.