Want Phthalates with Those Fries?
- A rotisserie chicken
- A salad made from store-bought greens, a preservative-free lunch meat (like Applegate turkey), and pre-peeled hard-boiled eggs from the deli counter
- Smoked salmon
- Lettuce wraps with preservative-free meats
- An omelet or frittata
- Lamb chops or a small steak—both cook in just minutes!
- Canned tuna
Also, check out my post here on batch cooking. It’s the fastest way to stock up on meals so you aren’t tempted to break your no-fast-food resolution. And, of course, keep a good supply of bone broth on hand so you can make a quick pot of soup or chili. I know it can be hard to break the fast-food habit. But that’s all it is—a habit—and it’s a really, really bad one! So raise your hand and repeat after me: “No fast food for the rest of April.” And even after the end of the month, see if you can start a new, healthier habit of cooking at home nearly every day. Trust me… once you get used to eating real, clean food, you’re not going to miss those phthalate burgers one bit!
Keep Thinking Big & Living Bold!
P.S. I want you succeed WAY beyond your weight loss and health goals. To help with my "no fast food" challenge, I've got the perfect "fast" food to replace those quick trips to the drive-through restaurant. Pack one of my chocolate fiber bars in your briefcase or purse for your afternoon snack, or you can blend up a scoop of my bone broth protein with some berries and greens for a filling, healthy lunch!