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Thought you had to give up on the guilty ecstasy of spooning smooth, naked Nutella into your mouth with eye-rolling abandon and moans of pure pleasure?
Resist no longer.
This healthy, raw, vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, antioxidant-rich and nutrient-packed chocolate spread recipe is nut free and uses pumpkin seeds instead, which makes it equally suitable for intimate Nut(-free-)tella nights as well as kids’ schoolbag lunches.
1/2 cup of plain hemp milk (or any milk or milk alternative of choice)
In a powerful food processor, blend the pumpkin seeds for several minutes until they turn into a butter-like consistency (stop several times during the process to scrape down the sides and push the seed meal back into the center of the blender). Then add in all of the other ingredients and continue blending until the spread becomes smooth.
To kick-start fat loss, try reaching into your spice cabinet before you head for the medicine one. Incorporating cert...
Get Hot With Fat-Burning Spices
To kick-start fat loss, try reaching into your spice cabinet before you head for the medicine one. Incorporating certain spices into your diet regularly can help you naturally boost your metabolism and stoke your body's fat-burning fires.
Excess sugar in the blood can lead to fat storage, weight gain and type 2 diabetes. The USDA found that eating a quarter of a teaspoon to 1 teaspoon of cinnamon with your food causes the body to metabolize 20 times more sugar than it normally would, helping to keep blood sugar stable and aiding with weight loss.
Recent Canadian studies showed that capsaicin, a chemical found in cayenne pepper, paprika and other chili-based spices, improves the body's ability to burn fat while also helping to curb appetite.
Researchers recently discovered that turmeric helps to prevent the formation and growth of fat cells, while also improving the health of the liver, the center of fat metabolism.
Explore countless delicious ways to add these and other fat-blasting spices to the menu. Losing weight was never so tasty!