Use Egg Wrappers Instead of Tortillas for Protein-Packed Sandwiches

I have a thing for pinwheel sandwiches; they’re just so pretty and such perfect finger foods. What if you could skip the tortilla or traditional wrap and use protein-loaded eggs instead? These wraps take the trifecta of breakfast foods, ham, eggs, and cheese, and turn them into portable bites that can work as breakfast or lunch.

Source: Recipe: Egg Wraps with Ham and Greens

Better yet – don’t use flour or cornstarch, but add a little bit of cream cheese and a bit of almond flour to do the same thing without cranking the carbohydrates back up.

  • two eggs
  • tablespoon of cream cheese
  • 1/2 tablespoon of the almond flour

Put it all in a small bullet blender, and blend the snot out of it.  Then pour into a large pan so it’s nice and thin. Adjust the ingredients to make it thinner or thicker, as needed.

Another good use, do the same recipe – add a 1/8th tsp of cinnamon and vanilla but pour in a smaller pan to make basically crepes that area fantastic replacement for pancakes that have almost no carbs in them or for use with sweet instead of savory.

6 Veggies That Would Save Your Life if You Weren’t on Blood Thinners

The usual suspects: kale, shard, watercress…

If there’s one food that no one — not your doctor, your nutritionist, or even your mother — will tell you to eat less of, it’s leafy greens. Calorie for calorie, chard, collards, kale, and other leafy greens may just be the most nutritious food you can eat. They’re packed with vitamins — A, B, K, and others — but also rich in essential minerals like calcium, iron, potassium, and magnesium, as well as antioxidants, which protect cells against damage. Leafy greens contain phytochemicals, natural compounds that can help prevent hardening of the arteries and lower inflammation linked to heart disease. The greens’ synergistic combination of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals helps detox cells and expunge free radicals that damage DNA, both of which may inhibit cancer cells from forming and multiplying.

Source: The 6 Vegetables That Will Save Your Life

Granted, we need some Vitamin K but not that much.