Paleo recipe for weight loss meal || Low Calorie Healthy Eats

Last year I went through a lifestyle change for about 6 months. 3 months of that involved very strict clean eating. I lost about 6kgs which was pretty awesom…

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  1. TanyaBubzee says:

    When I was losing weight last year this was 1 recipe I would do to keep
    things interesting

  2. Jessi1324 says:

    Please do more videos like this with your sister! 

  3. xForeverJessicax says:

    It would be great if you did a video talking about how you lost weight &
    your journey :)

  4. lostpancake says:

    Looks yum! The flat mushroom looks like a burger bun -but without the carbs
    ^^ I agree with the other comment a weight loss journey video would be
    really helpful (:

  5. Alexis Meffert says:

    Why do you emphasize low-salt?

  6. Kristina Avery says:

    You make the best videos!! Thank you so much for this :D

  7. jeffrey scalzo says:

    Hi Whitney I love your FB and YouTube and was wondering if you could maybe
    help me out by answering a question. I have been eating vegan for 6 weeks
    now and all was fine but lately I’ve felt very dizzy, light headed and sick
    to my stomach and when i vomited none of the food was digested. I’ve been
    doing mostly fruit,veggies, plant based proteins. Is this maybe normal and
    my body is just reacting? Or maybe I’m doing something wrong. It’s been
    several days now and the dizzy, light headed and sick to my stomach comes
    and goes so I don’t think it’s me getting sick but I’m no dr. If you can
    maybe give me some advice I’d appreciate it. Thanks Jeff

  8. BeHealthyBeHappy says:

    love all these! I need to make some spaghetti squash that sounds amazing
    and so easy :)

  9. Rosannasfriend says:

    Aren’t these just staple vegan meals anyway?

  10. Patti Raithel says:

    One of my favorite vegan meals is making my own spaghetti sauce. I just add
    green pepper, corn cut off the cob and chopped mushrooms that I have
    sauteed in water to my sauce. And I love to kayak. 


    I don’t really do the low cal thing but here is a great lentil soup that is
    easy filling and cheap- 1 cup red lentils rinsed, 4 cups water or broth
    (broth paste), 1 t of garlic or garlic powder, 1 t of black powder, bring
    to boil, turn down to simmer for 20 mins, blend with immersion blender.
    DONE. I love zumba a little yoga (not hot versions)

  12. Jovanka Ciares says:

    Spaghetti squash are amazing!!! And I personally am a big proponent of
    liquid meals: Smoothies in the summer and soups in the Fall/Winter. There
    are so many ways you can add lots of herbs, spices and ingredients and make
    every dish very unique. 

  13. MyKeturah says:

    My favorite exercise is walking!! very helpful video. I’m really craving
    chickpeas in my salad now :-)

  14. Eco-Vegan Gal says:

    Looking for low calorie meals? Here are 9 plant-based ideas that are also
    low in cost!

  15. jeanette johnson says:

    i’ve been vegan for 2 years now and finally i am able to eat salads with no
    dressings at all. this time of year i really love soups and will be
    checking out some of your recipes. i walk and do muscle toning exercises on
    a regular basis all year round and in the spring/summertime i add jumping
    rope twice a week to the mix. it took me forever to get to the point of
    being an organic whole foods vegan, but the struggle has really been worth
    all the “one step forward, two steps back.” love you channel, just stumbled
    onto it and subscribed without hesitation.

  16. fruitikay says:

    Biggest tip regarding salad dressings: learn to gradually live without
    them. It takes time, but you learn. I went from balsamic vinaigrette, to
    using hummus, to mashing up avocado, to using red wine vinegar. Also you
    can put just a bit of water on your salad. As for soups, Amys and
    Mcdougalls minestrone is very low cal and has good protein. 🙂 

  17. Suzanne Dubé says:

    hi Whithey. I love your videos. I was eating vegan when I was pregnant with
    my third child cause I wanted to avoid a gallblader surgery. Ended up
    having it anyway cause my pancreas duct got block whit some kind of sand
    from my liver ( i don’t know the exact word in english). While I was eating
    that way, everything tasted great and I loved it. I was 252 pounds when I
    was pregnant and gave birth full term baby and weighed 215 pound and was
    healthy overall, so said my doctor. Fell out of that train cause of stress,
    bad habits and what not. You really inspire me to get back on track, I take
    notes and will start back and for good. Lentils sheperds pie was one of
    my favorite dish. Just to the exact same thing you do usually but change
    the meat for lentils and brown some veggies, season it real good and enjoy.
    By the way, it is easy to brown some veggies with water, just add a bit of
    water at a time, just when its gonna get sticky pour a table spoon and so
    on. But you probably new that. I also love making a pie “crust’ if you will
    with patato puree that i spread in a dish (lasagna dish for exemple), cook
    it at 375 until light brown touches on top. Prepare a bag or two of you
    favorite frozen veggie mix, thicken and season the sauce the way you like,
    add legumes or tofu cubes. Pour in the crust and enjoy.

  18. Lesley Victoria says:

    I love this series Whitney! I love tofu scrambles, crumbled firm tofu and
    garlic/onion/shallots and whatever other veg I have!

  19. Lucy InTheSky says:

    Thanks for the vid! I love to swim & dog walk :)

  20. darklivingroom says:

    I love rockclimbing and running!

  21. Seitanic Girl says:

    Vegan Heartland’s minestrone soup recipe and Happy Herbivore’s black bean
    and salsa soup recipe are my two favorite inexpensive and healthy soups.

  22. Kaylie S says:

    Another yummy thing to add to a salad is fruit! Some chopped up oranges or
    some berries really spice up a plain salad and add lots of nutrients!

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  24. Sheila the Petite says:

    Good old fashion rice and beans, mixed with pasta sauce and mix veggies.
    Can also wrap them in romaine lettuce, like a burrito. Yum yum.

  25. Molly Olivia says:

    I love all your ideas! I love soups. So many options. My favorite way to
    exerCise is by riding my bike instead of owning a car to get me around :)

  26. mslovesoldier says:

    I don’t think I want a lentil taco lol..nice video tho :)

  27. fruitikay says:

    When I was losing weight on a vegan diet (90 lbs total this last year) I
    would eat oatmeal for breakfast, a salad with tons of veggies for lunch,
    and a type of legume dish with a side of steamed veggies. I was severely
    overweight when I started , so this came out to about 1200 calories a day.
    I also took tons of vitamins and was sure to get some flaxmilk in my diet.
    I would sometimes substitute the salad for a green smoothie. 

  28. Peace Harmony says:

    Looking for low calorie meals? Here are 9 plant-based ideas that are also
    low in cost!

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