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unhealthy foods made healthy

Do you find it extremely difficult to stay away from food that you know is unhealthy. Are you torn every time a bowl of fries makes its way to the table or you drive across your favorite hamburger joint and are tempted to go in. Well, what you should know is that there are ways to make foods that you crave healthy as well, so that you do not feel deprived, every time you have a craving for something really greasy. Below are a few things that you could do, to truly indulge!

Pizza
Whenever you feel the urge to have a pizza, all you have to do is make a call and it will be delivered at your doorstep. But, these versions are highly processes and contain a host of additives and preservatives, which only lead to unhealthier health. Why not choose to make yourself a pizza at home, and try using a cauliflower base instead of one that is made with flour.

Burger
The classic burger offers a satisfying experience, however it’s a far cry from offering good health. Alternatively, you could replace burger buns with unnecessary sugar additives and replace them for Portobello mushrooms and fill them with your favorite, but healthy stuffings.

Tacos
Tacos are really fun, and they are super tasty too, while at the same time make for super quick snack as well. You could replace the taco shell with a healthier variety of the same and also choose to stuff it with ingredients that are healthy to find yourself a delicious and healthy meal.

Take your favorite foods and with a twist of a few ingredients you can make them in to scrumptious healthy delights. Speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist or get in touch with a Homeopath to learn how you can simply change a few things around and find something super healthy in the process.

You could also choose to speak with a Homeopath to learn how you can change life naturally and stay healthy.

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