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What do you think is this video oddly satiafying or not?

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HONEY LIME SHRIMP & GRILLED CORN SALSA 🍯🍤🥫
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REPOST: @cleanfoodcrush
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Serves: 6
INGREDIENTS:
2 cups fresh, organic corn kernels, cut from the cob
1.5 lb. medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 
2 Tbsps avocado oil, or olive oil 
1 Tbsp smoked paprika 
1/4 tsp each sea salt and pepper 
1.5 cups roma tomatoes, diced 
1 large avocado, diced 
1/3 cup fresh cilantro leaves, chopped 
1 fresh jalapeno pepper, thinly sliced, seeds removed
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For the honey-lime dressing: 
2 Tbsps fresh lime juice 
2 tsps raw honey
2 small fresh garlic cloves, minced 
2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
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Honey lime shrimp & grilled corn salsa 🍯🍤🥫
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repost: @cleanfoodcrush
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serves: 6
ingredients:
2 cups fresh, organic corn kernels, cut from the cob
1.5 lb. medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 
2 tbsps avocado oil, or olive oil 
1 tbsp smoked paprika 
1/4 tsp each sea salt and pepper 
1.5 cups roma tomatoes, diced 
1 large avocado, diced 
1/3 cup fresh cilantro leaves, chopped 
1 fresh jalapeno pepper, thinly sliced, seeds removed
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for the honey-lime dressing: 
2 tbsps fresh lime juice 
2 tsps raw honey
2 small fresh garlic cloves, minced 
2 tbsp extra v****n olive oil
😍Citrus Shrimp and Avocado Salad 😍
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REPOST: @foodiecrush
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Ingredients 🍱:
1 pound mediumPan-Seared Citrus Shrimp 31/40
8 cups greens such as arugula spinach, or spring mix
Fruity or lemon-flavored extra virgin olive oil
Juice of 1/2 lemon or 1/2 orange
1 avocado sliced or diced
1 shallot minced
4 ounces toasted sliced almonds
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper. Enjoy ❤️
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😍citrus shrimp and avocado salad 😍
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repost: @foodiecrush
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ingredients 🍱:
1 pound mediumpan-seared citrus shrimp 31/40
8 cups greens such as arugula spinach, or spring mix
fruity or lemon-flavored extra v****n olive oil
juice of 1/2 lemon or 1/2 orange
1 avocado sliced or diced
1 shallot minced
4 ounces toasted sliced almonds
kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper. enjoy ❤️
💥INCREDIBLY FILLING FOODS💥
Read below for details!👇👇
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🥔1. Boiled potatoes
Boiled potatoes scored the highest of all the foods on the satiety index. They can fill you up and help you eat fewer calories in total
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🥣2. Greek yogurt
In one study, women consumed a 160 calories yogurt snack felt full the longest, where less hungry and ate dinner later
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🍧3. Oatmeal
 They are full of fibers and slow digesting carbohydrates
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🍜4. Soup.
Soups are very filling meals, despite being in liquid form. They may also stay in the stomach longer, thus prolonging the feeling of fullness
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🍳5. Eggs.
They are a nutritious, high protein food with a powerful impact on fullness. They may help you eat less for up to 36 hours after a meal, according to a study from NCBI
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Meat. Beef scored the second highest of the protein-rich foods on the satiety index
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🍚7. Cottage cheese.
Cottage cheese is high in protein, yet low in calories and fat. Its effect on fullness may be comparable to that of eggs. -
🥒8. Vegetables.
They’re rich in fiber and water, which may keep you full longer. Eating a salad before a meal may help you eat fewer calories overall
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🍣9. Fish.
They are rich in protein and Omega-3 fatty acids, which may increase the feeling of fullness
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💥incredibly filling foods💥
read below for details!👇👇
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🥔1. boiled potatoes
boiled potatoes scored the highest of all the foods on the satiety index. they can fill you up and help you eat fewer calories in total
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🥣2. greek yogurt
in one study, women consumed a 160 calories yogurt snack felt full the longest, where less hungry and ate dinner later
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🍧3. oatmeal
they are full of fibers and slow digesting carbohydrates
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🍜4. soup.
soups are very filling meals, despite being in liquid form. they may also stay in the stomach longer, thus prolonging the feeling of fullness
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🍳5. eggs.
they are a nutritious, high protein food with a powerful impact on fullness. they may help you eat less for up to 36 hours after a meal, according to a study from ncbi
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🍖6.
meat. beef scored the second highest of the protein-rich foods on the satiety index
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🍚7. cottage cheese.
cottage cheese is high in protein, yet low in calories and fat. its effect on fullness may be comparable to that of eggs. -
🥒8. vegetables.
they’re rich in fiber and water, which may keep you full longer. eating a salad before a meal may help you eat fewer calories overall
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🍣9. fish.
they are rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which may increase the feeling of fullness
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REPOST: @cartergood
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Oh my good lordy gee...
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Give this post a few hours to marinate in your Instagram feed, and I guarantee a slew of low-carb party poopers will come by to comment on why sugar, in fact, does lead to fat gain.
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Well, the simple, scientific proven time-and-time again fact is that it doesn’t.
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Look at any well-designed study controlling calories, and you’ll find that sugar does NOT cause fat gain WITHOUT a calorie surplus.
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That’s it.
End of story.
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Okay, okay. 
Maybe it’s not THAT simple.
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Truth is, not all sugar-filled foods are created equal...
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For example, eating an apple with 20g is going to have a much different impact on your body & health than a candy bar with 20g of sugar.
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What’s more, if you have a health condition that makes it difficult to control blood sugar levels (Diabetes, PCOS, etc.), then you may want to limit the number of refined carbs and simple sugars you’re eating.
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But for most people who are controlling their total calories, eating lots of whole foods, and staying active?
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Sugar isn’t to fear.
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Eating it will NOT negatively affect weight loss or health.
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That’s not good enough for the sugar haters, though. Most of them are all-or-nothing with their views...
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But while they wave their keto pee sticks in the air and try to assert this nutritional dominance over us “sugar-eating peons,” remember this:
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✅ The TRUTH rarely, if ever, lies in the extremes.
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If you love going low-carb. You do you. Just don’t think your way is the only way...
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A successful diet (for health & weight loss) comes down to controlling calories, eating a balanced macronutrient diet, eating a wide variety of nutritious foods, and enjoying “fun foods” in moderation ❤️🍕
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‼️sugar does not make you fat‼️
read below for more info on the topic!👇
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repost: @cartergood
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oh my good lordy gee...

give this post a few hours to marinate in your instagram feed, and i guarantee a slew of low-carb party poopers will come by to comment on why sugar, in fact, does lead to f*t gain.

well, the simple, scientific proven time-and-time again fact is that it doesn’t.

look at any well-designed study controlling calories, and you’ll find that sugar does not cause f*t gain without a calorie surplus.

that’s it.
end of story.

...

okay, okay.
maybe it’s not that simple.

truth is, not all sugar-filled foods are created equal...

for example, eating an apple with 20g is going to have a much different impact on your body & health than a candy bar with 20g of sugar.

what’s more, if you have a health condition that makes it difficult to control blood sugar levels (diabetes, pcos, etc.), then you may want to limit the number of refined carbs and simple sugars you’re eating.

but for most people who are controlling their total calories, eating lots of whole foods, and staying active?

sugar isn’t to fear.

eating it will not negatively affect weight loss or health.

that’s not good enough for the sugar haters, though. most of them are all-or-nothing with their views...

but while they wave their keto p*e sticks in the air and try to assert this nutritional dominance over us “sugar-eating peons,” remember this:

✅ the truth rarely, if ever, lies in the extremes.

if you love going low-carb. you do you. just don’t think your way is the only way...

a successful diet (for health & weight loss) comes down to controlling calories, eating a balanced macronutrient diet, eating a wide variety of nutritious foods, and enjoying “fun foods” in moderation ❤️🍕
😍LEMON-GARLIC-PARSLEY PASTA WOTH SHRIMP😍
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REPOST: @starinfinitefood
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SEAFOOD SUNDAY! Enjoyed some LEMON-GARLIC-PARSLEY chickpea pasta with roasted tomatoes and some spiced shrimp that took 15 minutes! Sometimes you just need a big bowl of pasta 🍝 and some juicy shrimp 🍤 Happy Sunday loves! Hope you are all enjoying your weekend. Mine has been filled with a good mix of work, relaxation, working out and eating 🙃 After a pretty intense leg workout with a friend this morning I was craving a big bowl of pastaaaa. Made this baby and it took 15 minutes!
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Deets: @eatbanza pasta (I cook it for about half the time it says on the box), arugula, roasted tomatoes (roasted for about 10 minutes on 450 brushed with olive oil), sautéed asparagus, and 4 jumbo shrimp seasoned with @primalpalate New Bae seasoning and seared on medium high for about 3 minutes per side. I tossed everything with a quick dressing made with olive oil, garlic, lemon, salt, pepper and parsley blended up.
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😍lemon-garlic-parsley pasta woth shrimp😍
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repost: @starinfinitefood
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seafood sunday! enjoyed some lemon-garlic-parsley chickpea pasta with roasted tomatoes and some spiced shrimp that took 15 minutes! sometimes you just need a big bowl of pasta 🍝 and some juicy shrimp 🍤 happy sunday loves! hope you are all enjoying your weekend. mine has been filled with a good mix of work, relaxation, working out and eating 🙃 after a pretty intense leg workout with a friend this morning i was craving a big bowl of pastaaaa. made this baby and it took 15 minutes!



deets: @eatbanza pasta (i cook it for about half the time it says on the box), arugula, roasted tomatoes (roasted for about 10 minutes on 450 brushed with olive oil), sautéed asparagus, and 4 jumbo shrimp seasoned with @primalpalate new bae seasoning and seared on medium high for about 3 minutes per side. i tossed everything with a quick dressing made with olive oil, garlic, lemon, salt, pepper and parsley blended up.
‼️Why You’re Not Losing Fat‼️
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REPOST: @kyle.fitness_
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Not Making Progress? Consider these 👇🏼
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It’s easy to become impatient and to get worried why you might not be losing fat.
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Below are a list of the most common reasons why you might be hindering your progress 👇🏼
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1️⃣ Get more Sleep! Getting 6-9hrs is crucial for health and optimal functioning.
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2️⃣Eat more fiber, it helps you 💩 and is imperative for digestion and nutrient absorption.
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3️⃣ Stay Hydrated! When you’re dehydrated your body retains water and it under performs.
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4️⃣Fat has 9 calories per gram! Making it the most calorie dense macronutrient. Olive oil has 120 calories per tablespoon!
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5️⃣ Protein is the most satiating macronutrient and it also boosts your metabolism because of its high thermos effect!
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6️⃣ Yes doing too much cardio is detrimental for your progress. Do more resistance training and limit cardio to 2-4x per week.
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7️⃣ Nuts, coconut oil, dried fruit are nutritious but are high in calories! So watch your portions.
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8️⃣ Are you tracking properly? Be accurate with your calculations.
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9️⃣ Eating highly processed carbs spikes insulin and thus blood sugar. Eat more complex carbs like potatoes, beans, veggies and legumes. It will keep your blood sugar consistent and prevent spikes of hunger.
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‼️why you’re not losing fat‼️
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repost: @kyle.fitness_
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not making progress? consider these 👇🏼

it’s easy to become impatient and to get worried why you might not be losing fat.

below are a list of the most common reasons why you might be hindering your progress 👇🏼

1️⃣ get more sleep! getting 6-9hrs is crucial for health and optimal functioning.

2️⃣eat more fiber, it helps you 💩 and is imperative for digestion and nutrient absorption.

3️⃣ stay hydrated! when you’re dehydrated your body retains water and it under performs.

4️⃣fat has 9 calories per gram! making it the most calorie dense macronutrient. olive oil has 120 calories per tablespoon!

5️⃣ protein is the most satiating macronutrient and it also boosts your metabolism because of its high thermos effect!

6️⃣ yes doing too much cardio is detrimental for your progress. do more resistance training and limit cardio to 2-4x per week.

7️⃣ nuts, coconut oil, dried fruit are nutritious but are high in calories! so watch your portions.

8️⃣ are you tracking properly? be accurate with your calculations.

9️⃣ eating highly processed carbs spikes insulin and thus blood sugar. eat more complex carbs like potatoes, beans, veggies and legumes. it will keep your blood sugar consistent and prevent spikes of hunger.