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Health consultant Kelly LeVeque, of Be Well By Kelly, is stopping by TODAY to share her healthy recipes to start the new year right, including shrimp tacos in butter lettuce wrappers, a "cookies and cream" smoothie, a four-ingredient frittata and a coconut cauliflower rice and chicken bowl.
Smoothies don't need to taste like a salad to be healthy. Just keep the sugar low by limiting fruit and fill up on protein, fat and fiber.
Starting your day with healthy fat and protein will help stabilize blood sugar, lower the amount of calories you eat throughout the day and feed your brain for whatever lies ahead. And this easy frittata is a delicious way to do just that!
The crunch and savory goodness of this dish will make it a weeknight go-to meal. Butter lettuce replaces taco shells to keep things light.
If you are a fan or teriyaki chicken rice bowls, this is a low-sodium, low-sugar alternative that can be quickly made from a rotisserie chicken on a night you are just too beat to cook. My "on the go" clients love these quick semi-homemade ten-minute meals and I do too!
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