If you are the 'problem', then you also get to be the solution.
You're either creating new habits or reinforcing old ones every single day!
NOT working out is actually a habit. Yelling at your kids… a habit. Snacking at night, avoiding new situations like the plague, complaining to anyone who will listen, stopping at the drive-thru, your 3 PM coffee….all habits.
I'm not one to judge what your habits are. No way! I'm busy working on optimizing mine - and teaching you what I learned from years of coaching myself and others.
Here's what you need to know if you are actively pursuing something greater for yourself...
Your brain does not know the difference between a "bad" habit and a "good" one. It just likes to create systems (a.k.a. habits) for efficiency out of anything you do - or DON'T do - often.
The first time you walked, you had to try hard. Same thing went for brushing your teeth, tying your shoes, and your first commute to work.
The best part is that our brains can be 'rewired' at any time! You get to upgrade your habits whenever the heck you want to.
1) Keep doing the thing you want to become a habit. Understand that it will feel hard for a while, but eventually it WILL become second nature. You are in control here. Stick with it.
2) Celebrate every baby step towards your progress. Yes, it'll make you smile in the moment. But here's what's even better than that - your brain will start to associate your new habit with the feel-good hormones you get from the feeling of pride and hope. This is the best way to fast-track your way towards turning that action into a habit because our brain is always seeking out the things that leave us feeling good.
What’s one habit you’re currently working on?! I’d love to hear about it!
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In good health,
WHAT IF YOU ARE MOTIVATED TO MAKE A CHANGE, BUT NEED SOME GUIDANCE?!?
In another recent video, I cover the 5 pillars that need to be a part of every healthy + sustainable weight loss program. You don't ever have to pay me a dollar (and I'm gonna keep showing up for you for free anyway!) But, I do want to make sure if you're ready to finally lose the weight once and for all (or otherwise heal your body), that you're going about it with all angles covered. If not by me, then on your own or with help from someone else.
Many nutrition experts just address nutrition.
Fitness experts will tell you it's all in the workout plans.
Occasionally you'll find someone that covers both nutrition and fitness.
But if that was truly all you needed, you'd have accomplished it already, right?!
This is GOOD news! It's actually great news because it means YOU are not broken, but rather the approach you've tried in the past didn't actually get to the root cause of what is going on.
A truly effective coach or weight loss program will cover all of the following - in depth:
Mindset (emotional eating, creating new habits, etc.)
Mindful eating (slowing down, internal hunger cues)
Nutrition (including portions, meal timing, actual real-life recipes)
Lifestyle (sleep and stress play a huge role in healthy weight loss)
A program that thorough is hard to come by. In fairness, I don't know other professionals that are trained in all those areas. So it makes sense. Scope of practice laws are in place to protect us!
If you are interested in hearing more about the 5 pillars…or if you've ever been curious about what it looks like to work 1-on-1 virtually (completely online) with me to make a health transformation, definitely check out the video!
If you are READY to make a change and would like to find out if we are a good fit for working together, you are welcome to schedule a (free) 15-minute call so we can chat about your goals and next steps.
In good health,
Have you been blaming WILL?
Good ol' Will…as in, WILLPOWER…tends to get a bad rap.
Everyone's looking for it. No one has enough. Everyone wants to 'find' more or create more. People are throwing their goals and dreams to the wayside all the while blaming their lack of willpower.
If you've ever found yourself saying, "If I only had more willpower…", then I'm glad this email found you today!
Willpower is actually a limited resource. Meaning, we run out of it fairly quickly due to all of the decisions we go through in a typical day. Those that are killin' it with their goals, getting healthy, fit, and strong all around you - they DO NOT have any more willpower than you do.
Let me say that again…successful people do not have more willpower than you.
So what's the secret? It's actually all about neural pathways. In the non-nerd world, it's also known as HABITS.
Check out my latest Workshop Wednesday video in which I tell you exactly how to make progress towards your goals without needing any willpower. Oh, and have you noticed what's different about my videos these days? They're shorter!! Hallelujah! I've been condensing my videos by shutting up sooner so it's more feasible for you to watch / listen on a weekly basis. ;-)
If you're liking the new, shorter videos, would you do me a favor and hit "reply" to this email and let me know? Of course if you'd rather I babble on forever about your favorite topics, let me know that too. I'm always looking for your feedback so I can best support you in your health & weight loss journey.
In good health,
P.S. If you need a weekly dose of weight loss and wellness tips, tools, and resources in your life, let’s do it! Join my email list and let me treat you like the VIP you are!
Get Motivated NOW
It's a top-5 question I hear, "Why can't I just get motivated to______?" (workout, meal prep, work on my emotional eating…)
Here's why…you are going about it in the wrong order! Motivation doesn't come first. Rather, motivation comes after we've:
1) Decide to change
2) Start asking better questions
3) Take small action ("5-minute action")
4) Gain momentum
5) MOTIVATION shows up!
If you'd like to learn more, watch the (20-min.) video below that I recorded live last week with more details and suggestions on how to work this process.
In good health,
**INTRODUCING** CUSTOM Meal Planning!
I had a colleague reach out to me recently asking for my best business advice. The first thing that came to mind is ABL….Always Be Listening.
Those of you who have been hanging with me for a while know that I believe real change takes a lifestyle upgrade, education, practice, and accountability. That being said, you've also been requesting meal plans from me for a while. ;-)
I get it! I do. I've seen first-hand how a curated meal plan helps me and my family. It also helps to kick-start results and motivation to continue kicking butt! In fact, someone recently emailed me to tell me she lost 4 pounds on my free, 3-day meal plan! Wow!
So, I have decided to listen to your requests. :-) This service is BRAND NEW and now available to YOU.
What does this entail? The cost is $89 for a 7-day, FULLY CUSTOM plan. After you sign up, I will email you a quick intake form to fill out online that gets me all the info. I need to create this plan for you. Once you've filled out that form, you will have your plan in your hands within 3 business days.
Along with the day-by-day, meal-by-meal plan, I will provide you with a complete grocery list and of course all the recipes!
Pretty exciting, right?
The one pictured above is for someone that wanted just 6 days of a vegan plan. But yours will be 7 days…and doesn't have to be vegan. ;-)
What types of things do I take into consideration when I make this for you?
Your goals. Are you looking to lose weight, reduce bloating, balance blood sugar, have some new inspiration in the kitchen…?
Your allergies / sensitivities. Dairy free. Gluten free. Nut free….
Any particular style you like to eat such as plant-based, paleo, keto, mediterranean.
Your likes and dislikes. Hate beets? I won't include any in your plan. Like guacamole? Bring on the Mexican dishes!
How many people? I can give you a plan for 1 or make sure the servings can feed a whole soccer team if that's what you need.
Leftovers. Yay or nay? You'll see this sample plan pictured above has lots of grayed-out meals. These are leftovers and help save TONS of time in the kitchen. You may want to include lots of leftovers to maximize time, or you may want something new for each meal. Or something in between. Your call.
Cooking time. Do you want fancy meals that may take an hour or more? Or would you like me to stick with things that can be thrown together in 20 minutes or less? You decide.
AND MORE… I can adjust your meals and snacks to a certain amount of protein, calories, sodium, etc. if you have very specific needs.
Are you ready to sign up for your first-ever, fully customized meal plan for yourself or your family? I can't wait to help you!
In good health,
If we are friends on facebook, then you may already know that I do a weekly, live show on my business page on Wednesday mornings. In this “show”, I talk about something related to overall wellness, nutrition, and/or fitness…often talking about many somethings each week because sometimes I can’t shut up. It’s both a skill AND a flaw. ;-)
Anyway, in my latest live video, I talked about how you can cut your workout time by 2/3 and still get BETTER results. We get into time management and common excuses. We talk about fear how to gain momentum, and how to start working out at all if you haven’t started yet. I shared a rather, um, disturbing thing someone said to me that day in the gym locker room.
So, if you are either not working out at all (and want to be) OR feeling as though you have trouble fitting in your workouts or spinning your wheels in the gym, this video was made for you. :-)
Please tell a friend that may have told you recently that she wants to exercise, but can’t seem to find the time. You could be helping her in more ways than you might know.
In good health,
What were you like as a child?
This question fascinates me because it tells me about your childhood, your memories, your priorities, but also much more than that. It gives me a little window into the way you view things. Chances are, if you speak negatively about yourself as a child now, you're probably often speaking negatively to yourself as an adult.
- Circumstances trigger thoughts.
- Thoughts create feelings.
- Feelings lead to actions (or inaction or reaction).
- And action (or inaction or reaction) lead to a result.
"Great, Tara, but I thought you were a health coach...not a therapist." (insert eye-roll here). ;-)
Yup...exactly! I'm a health coach. I deal with nutrition and fitness and lifestyle changes. But really, truly what I deal with is people. The WHOLE person. Because becoming healthier, losing weight, gaining confidence, lower your blood sugar...these are require a change in thought to be able to end up with a changed result. It's not a quick or easy fix, but it IS a permanent fix!
I want you to absorb this. This is big and it may require you to open your mind and allow yourself to see things differently. Circumstances are just facts. They are the things that happen with NO judgements placed on them. It is our thoughts that follow that label things "good", "bad", "mean", or a "problem". Those thoughts then trigger a feeling - sad, frustrated, happy, angry. The feeling makes us take action, NOT take action, or REact. And THAT action, brings us directly to our results.
What's empowering about this is that so much of what we think is out of our control is in fact, very much in our control.
I'm overweight. I overeat. I can't stop overeating. It just happens. Why does this have to happen to me? Why do I have to have this body? I don't want to be deprived or hungry. I don't overeat, my metabolism is broken.
Does ANY of that sound familiar? It's a snippet of the stream of thought I hear from so many women! When we take on the role of the victim and place the control outside of ourselves, it's easier to check out and not face our emotions. The only problem food can solve is hunger. Almost every person I know (including myself) has tried to solve problems other than hunger with food at least once or twice or way more than that.
The good news is that it IS in our control to stop the cycle. It will mean that we have to feel the things we were trying to avoid feeling by overeating, though. It won't be easy or totally comfortable. It WILL get easier as you get curious about yourself and allow yourself to feel the full spectrum of feelings.
Who says we're always supposed to feel happiness, anyway? We're humans and we have a mixed bag of emotions.
If you are overweight - whether you are currently gaining weight or simply maintaining a weight that is more than you believe to be healthy - it means you're overeating. Overeating simply means eating more than your body needs to maintain your desired level of health. Quite often we need FAR less food to maintain our optimal health than we think, so we assume something is wrong with us. We assume our metabolism is broken. It's not.
If you eat when you're hungry and stop when you no longer feel that hunger, you'll have eaten enough. If you still want food after you are no longer feeling hungry, then you are using food as a comfort for something else. We have ALL done it. No shame. No guilt. Just love and curiosity for yourself and what you might actually need besides the extra food.
Overeating doesn't mean you overeat at every meal, or everyday, or even every week. It can look like this: You eat like a bird all day or all week and then finish a whole bag of chips and a handful of cookies because your willpower ran out. Or, you end up ordering lots of food at a restaurant, but only on your "cheat" day (I really dislike that term, by the way!). It comes in many forms. But, if you are gaining unwanted weight or maintaining a weight that is more than you'd like for your health, then overeating according to what YOUR body needs is happening at some point.
This is good. This is great, actually! Why? Well, this means YOU are in control. You CAN and will be able to improve your health and lose weight once you allow yourself to cure the root cause rather than treat the symptoms (such as going on a "diet").
This might have struck a cord with you. And I owe it to you to share it with you anyway because I'm here to help, not to hide information from you that might ruffle your feathers a bit. I hope you can understand that. :-)
In good health,
P.S. If you're feeling really lost or confused, please, please, PLEASE send me an email at Tara@TaraAllenHealth.com so we can chat. You have the ultimate control over your health and life.
Eek! Ya know that feeling when you're so excited you wanna scream it from the rooftop?!?
I was featured TWICE in Insider and Business Insider this week. The article is about small dietary tweaks you can make to help you lose some excess weight. Check out my tips (the last two) about tea and bread. :-)
You can read the article here.
I'd love to hear from you. Have you tried implementing any of these tips already?
In good health,
Have you ever wondered what, if anything, your beloved glass of wine at the end of a long & hard day might have to do with your weight loss efforts?
I went live on my Facebook page yesterday to discuss how your (well-deserved!) glass of pinot or merlot is messing with your fat loss efforts. I know, I know....don't shoot the messenger!
Check out the video if you want to learn the 3 ways alcohol consumption can interfere with your weight management and body composition goals.
What's coming up???
FREE Webinar: The Truth About Calorie Counting: Why it doesn't work and what you can do instead.
Whatcha doing next Tuesday, August 22nd at 8 PM EST? Join me LIVE as I talk about the reasons calorie counting does not work for weight loss and tell you what you can do instead!
This free webinar will be hosted inside of my Facebook group, Lean In with Tara Allen Health. The replay will be made available there as well if you can't make it at that time. :-) Join now so you are all ready to watch on Tuesday!
In good health,
Some of you have been requesting more information about my new coaching program. Most importantly, you get me as your coach. ;-) I am your partner, guide, educator, cheerleader, and accountability buddy. I have partnered with another company to bring you the best of the tech world, while allowing me to focus completely on YOU and your health journey. Along with high-quality videos, we will be communicating through the very portal where you will also view your daily lessons and workout program.
What does this portal look like once you get started? Well, here is a sneak peak!
This is a 12-month program. 12 months will pass whether you make a change or not. I want you to be the person you've always imagined one year from today. And, I want you to start seeing and feeling this progress as soon as we start working together!
Hit me up with all of your questions! Tara@TaraAllenHealth.com
In good health,
Hey Superstar (felt like an appropriate greeting for this rainy, Monday afternoon),
Have you ever tried to bring your own food somewhere and been denied? Maybe you or your kiddos have food allergies or you're just trying to feed real food to your family?
This is something we are faced with all the time. Usually it's no big deal - we just bring our little cooler bag everywhere with us. However, there are some instances where outside food is not permitted.
What do YOU do? What has your experience been like?
Let's change the culture! If there is a facility that cannot accommodate allergies and those looking to eat mostly unprocessed food, then they should be allowing outside food. We're more than happy to buy silly souvenirs to make sure you make money on us. :-P
In good health,
I've been on a watermelon kick lately, because…Summer. Our latest creation involved the baby, the toddler, some fun cookie cutters, and MOST DEFINITELY a couple of baths afterwards. ;-)
Check it out:
Acid blockers are some of the most frequently prescribed medications for GERD / reflux / heart burn. Do you or anyone you know take these? Although they can be helpful in certain situations for certain people for a certain (typically limited) amount of time, this is not what is seen 'in the real world'. Watch the video for some more information about acid blockers. As always, be sure to discuss ANY changes to your medication with your prescribing practitioner beforehand.
What types of lifestyle changes may help with your symptoms? Feel free to reach out to me for some more tips or strategies.
In good health,
Check out my latest video in which I am asking you for help.
Weeds, and lawns, and organic landscaping…oh my!
Just another decision to make in the "real world". Another set of priorities to reconcile. This is life! We want our children to have a beautiful, lush lawn to run around on, get their fair share of grass stains on, play ball on, and take their obligatory prom pictures on. We want to have BBQs, cookouts, and fun with friends and family. We want to sit around the (baby) pool and under the shade while we take too many pictures on our kiddos.
AND, we want to do all of this without the use of industrial pesticides. No Monsanto. No Glyphosate. No thank you!
So, where does this leave us? What to do? This is a real question! Please weigh in and help us with our dilemma.
P.S. We live on Long Island (New York) and are open to both organic landscaping company recommendations and DIY options.
In good health amongst the weeds,
A letter to my kiddos on Mother's Day...
Dear Mags and Jags,
Tomorrow will be my fourth year as a mother on Mother's Day. I want you to know that I waited (im)patiently for you for a long time! I dreamed that you'd join us, Earthside, during so many long nights and even more days than I can recall.
My life no longer resembles the life I had prior to 3.5 years ago. I signed up for that. My career has drastically shifted, I have bags under my eyes, and my coffee is always cold by the time it reaches my lips. It's hard to feel like a bada$$ - in business, in life - with various bodily fluids gripping onto my shirt threads. There's 40,789 daily toddler questions and mysterious scratches on my face (didn't I just cut your nails?!) Date night now consists of squeezing in 10 minutes of Shark Tank on the DVR before the first nighttime feeding. That's right - hot dates over here in the Allen household. ;-)
Then….THEN….the sleepless nights!
Sleepless on Long Island.
Sleepless in Love.
I signed up for this.
Ugh. You know what? The sleepless nights are HARD, but they're also WONDERFUL. There, I said it. This does not mean I can't use this against you in the future, by the way. Certainly I should be able to squeeze an extra chore or 2 out of you both in the future, right? Here's the truth. I kinda, sorta cherish the sleepless nights. (Shh - don't tell Daddy!) There's something about the blanket of darkness and silence that calms my hyperactive monkey brain. As I nourish your body with mine, my soul is overflowing with joy. You see, I'm not counting the loads of laundry I didn't get to the day before or worrying about completing a client email in a few hours. I'm present. I breathe you in. There's this bond that's so overwhelmingly beautiful, it's bone-shattering (the other mamas will understand what I mean).
I signed up for this.
I literally signed up for all of this.
That first appointment I had with the fertility doc happened to fall on a hot summer day. This was helpful as my tears were camouflaged by the beads of sweat.
I signed the consent forms - all of them - for every procedure, test, poke & prod. I'd do it all again. Times a million.
I signed up to be your mama. I'm a lucky, lucky mama.
Now that we're all here, I promise to keep my feet on the ground and my eyes on the stars - thanking them for the dream-come-true. I'm not perfect (truly, I'm not!), but I promise to do my best - as humans do. I promise to love you AND YOUR MOTHER. You see, this business, the food I cook to nourish our family, the active lifestyle we lead…it's for you. It's for us. You deserve a mama that's here for you; a leading lady in your life ready to spring into action when needed or help support you through your childhood and adult challenges - changing careers, parenthood, filing for AARP. Did I mention that I plan on being here for a while? ;-)
M & J, tomorrow is Mother's Day. You are 1 & 3 years old. There may be a card for me, a brunch to celebrate me and the other special grand-mothers in your life, even a period of time in which you see me sit back for a few to take it all in. Let me tell you a secret… I won't be celebrating me. I'll be celebrating you. I'll be thanking my lucky stars and wondering what I did to deserve the best.
Magnolia and Jagger, though I prefer "mama", it ain't so bad being your "mother" on Mother's Day. Thanks for the title. Thanks for the moments. Thanks for the memories and laughter and hugs. I definitely signed up for this.
It's Spring break, Easter, and Passover all this week! You may need a good dessert that doubles as breakfast and snacks for the kids this week. It should hold up well in the freezer, be delicious, taste like a treat, and be nourishing to you, your kids, and your guests. Am-I-right?!?!
This Banana Bread was born out of the need to use up my mushy bananas. I already have a freezer stash to use for smoothies and to make 'nice cream', so I wanted to make bread. For us, it needed to be gluten-free, dairy-free, no refined sugars, full of healthy fat, protein, and fiber. I'm fueling my busy & active body along with my family's. And, with the things my toddler says on the regular, let me tell you, her brain is very happy with the kinds of fuel it's been getting! ;-)
Example from today:
Magnolia to Jagger: "Jagger, please stop jumping in your crib. We worked very hard for that bed and I wouldn't want to have to buy a new one and put it together again."
So, I'm sure your kiddos are just as hilarious - especially when they're getting in that good nutrition! Leave me a comment and tell me what funny things they've said recently.
And, make this bread immediately (if there are no egg or nut allergies in the house). It's a good one to have on hand for a busy & special week like this one.
4 large eggs
4 bananas (ripe or overripe)
½ cup almond butter (sub: peanut butter)
4 T coconut oil, melted (plus extra to grease pan)
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
3/5 cup hazelnut flour (sub: almond flour)
1 T cinnamon
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
½ tsp sea salt
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
2. Combine all wet ingredients in a blender.
3. Add dry ingredients to blender and mix well.
4. Grease an 8X8 cake pan (ok to use loaf pan, but cooking times will vary).
5. Pour batter into pan and bake for 35-45 minutes. (or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean). Top of bread should be golden-brown and center should be set.
6. Allow to cool before slicing and serving.
There may still be some patches on snow hunkering down here in New York, but the calendar has moved on. Spring has SPRUNG! Along with all of the extra cleaning, organizing, outside walks, and Summer vacation planning that people seem to always squeeze into the first week of Spring, we're usually ready to change up our food. WIth lots of green and sprouts starting to come up this time of the year, Spring makes for the perfect time to introduce new greens into your diet. When we are more conscious of eating in-season, we derive health-benefits from fresher and less pesticide-ridden foods, can enjoy locally grown plants, and save money (!) in the process (Remember that whole supply and demand thing from High School Economics class?).
The following is a list of vegetables that are in-season for this time of year here in the U.S. Some of these grow year-round or are harvested during multiple seasons, so if you thought of any as Winter or Summer crops, you may not be wrong. However, these are all great choices for *at least* March, April, and May.
Pick up your favorites and maybe challenge yourself to try a new veggie every week or 2. Let the Spring meal planning and cooking begin!
In good health,
You know what I love almost as much as helping people for a living? I love, love, LOVE, the diversity in my days and weeks. I enjoy working one-on-one with my clients, and then heading to a corporate wellness event. With a parent expo, speaking engagement, and LIVE (what!?!?) show all coming up in the next week, taking the time to visit my friends at National Business Capital here on Long Island last week to STRETCH and RELAX came at a good time. Besides, it was about 12 hours after the Blizzard and everyone's tired backs needed the break!
We started with a silly little game to warm up our bodies, minds, and hearts. Followed that up with some deep breathing and full-body stretching. Topped it off with healthy muffins for everyone…"You get a muffin, you get a muffin, YOU get a muffin too!" (in my best Oprah voice).
Thanks for having me back, National Business Capital. You guys rock!
Tip for you all: Take a few minutes extra in your warm shower. As you're washing your body, take an inventory of how things are feeling. What's tight, what's achy? Then after you've shampooed (or do you shampoo first? Hmmm), do a little self-massage on tight areas and practice some range-of-motion right there under the warm stream of water. Your muscles will be looser and more forgiving when they are warm. Plus, it's a nice quiet place to get an uninterrupted minute or two. Well, unless you have young children. :-/ They follow us everywhere.
Let me know how it goes. Disclaimer: NO slipping allowed! We're not talking about big, sweeping movements that should leave you off-balance, but if you're a bit unsteady on your feet, do the stretching after the shower instead.
Happy Thursday, everyone.
In good health,
February is in full swing as we are approaching the middle of the month already. How?!? With the famous groundhog forecasting 6 more weeks of Winter, I suppose we should've been expecting the blizzard we were met with today on Long Island.
Snow and all, February is a time for love, heart-shaped everything, shades of pink and red, heart health, and lots and lots of…chocolate!!
So, what if you're on a roll with upgrading your health so far in 2017, but still looking for something that looks and tastes like an indulgence? What if you or a family member have some food allergies / sensitivities that prevent you from being able to eat most of the store-bought or homemade recipes out there? I hope this Red Velvet Love Brownie recipe fills that void for you!
These bad boys are gluten-free, dairy-free, high in protein and fiber, and contain healthy fats plus a full serving of veggies. They're chocolate-y, yet low glycemic…how's that for showing your heart some love this month?!
Red Velvet Love Brownies
- 1 (15-oz) can of black beans, rinsed (BPA-free can)
- 2 large eggs
- 1/2 cup beets (sliced and cooked - either roast in oven or buy a jar)
- 1/3 cup honey
- 3 T coconut oil, melted
- 1 T water
- 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 3/4 cup cacao powder
- 1/4 cup unsweetened / dairy-free / gluten-free chocolate chips
- 1.5 tsp baking powder
- 1/4 tsp sea salt
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl.
- Mix wet ingredients in food processor, high-speed blender (keep scraping sides down), or with a mixer.
- Combine wet ingredients into bowl with dry ingredients and mix well.
- Pour into well-greased muffin tin or line with paper liners. This makes adorable, round brownies with slightly crispy edges that are like getting the highly sought-after corner piece each time. ;-)
- For the look pictured up top (with the heart in the middle), cut a beet slice into the heart shape and press onto top. Other ideas for toppings include: chocolate chips, hemp seeds, walnuts, or anything else your creative mind comes up with.
- Bake 20-25 minutes - until edges start to pull away from muffin tin and become slightly crispy.
- Share with your favorite people!
Alright guys…will you dare to try these? It is definitely "different" to bake with black beans, but they taste so chocolate-y and are healthy…come on now! Brownies for lunch, anyone?
In good health,