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I'm Jules. I live in the Midwest with one toe in the sand in Florida. I am a mom, wife, friend, sister, daughter, crusader for health, dog lover, and business person. I have learned to slow down, enjoy life, practice wellness, and strive to have clean counters in my kitchen. I have lived with and overcome multiple health challenges and want to help you feel better too by developing a lifestyle with increased awareness of taking care of you!

The information on this website has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease.

This website and its contents are based upon the opinions, education, and experience of Julie Lang, unless otherwise noted. The information presented on this website is not intended as medical advice and is only intended for your general information and is not a substitute for medical advice.  

 

Julie Lang is not acting in the capacity of a doctor, licensed dietician, nutritionist, or other licensed or registered professional. Julie Lang is not providing health care, nutrition therapy, or medical services and will not diagnose or treat any medical condition, disease or ailment.

 

Julie Lang encourages you/her clients to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with your doctor or other qualified health care professional.  Please consult your physician prior to starting any diet or fitness routine.

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Meal Plan

It feels good to eat well (and healthy)
Food is fuel.  Food is information.  What you give your body to run on makes a difference in the health of your cells, organs, and everything that makes you whole and healthy.  Thinking about food differently is the cornerstone of lifestyle change and beginning to transform how you feel and look. 
Breakfast
 
chia pudding
berries
celery juice
coffee
 
Chia is high in protein, fiber and antioxidants. I love preparing chia pudding with unsweetened almond milk, such as Elmhurst or New Barn brand.  It can be prepared a day or two before and be ready for a quick and easy morning grab.  Adding a few nuts or berries is a perfect way to boost antioxidants and nutrients.  For additional flavor, consider adding vanilla or almond extract or cinnamon. 
Lunch
 
roasted beans
beets
feta cheese or goat cheese
pine nuts
 
Increasing our veggie intake is one of the keys to achieving vitality and optimal health.  But it doesn't have to be the same old boring salad.  Roast some fresh green beans and toss with a little olive oil, beets, feta or goat cheese and pine nuts.   This lunch will be loaded with fiber, goodness from greens, protein, and healthy fats.   
Dinner
 
organic pasture raised chicken
arugula, avocado, quinoa & blueberry salad
roasted brussel sprouts & tomatoes
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One of the keys to getting good protein is how you source it.  This is one of the places, it is worth a little investment.  Buy the best you can afford...consider organic, pasture raised if you can.   Adding a spin on salad with healthy fats from avocado is a plus.  Make your own dressing to get the best quality, such as olive oil,  100% pure maple syrup, lime juice and chia seeds.   Round out your plate with roasted Brussel sprouts and tomatoes to complete your veggie servings for the day.
Snack
 
organic nut mix
or
avocado toast
or
70% dark chocolate
 
Nuts are a powerhouse snack.   You only need a small serving to satisfy a hunger spell or craving... a few tablespoons.  The best choices are organic, raw nuts.  But if you are grabbing pre-packed buts, opt for organic and no salt if possible.   Another great snack is avocado and tomato on a sprouted seed bread.  If you have a sweet tooth, lean into dark chocolate.  One little square from a big bar should do the trick with a cup of tea.