Earn The Burger: How a change in mentality can change your life

Brown Rice Bowl

12 Smart Points
4 Servings
Spicy Sesame Salmon Bowl Recipe:2tsp Mirin
2tsp Sherry
2tsp Sesame oil
2tsp Sriracha
1Tbsp Garlic Powder
Salt to taste
2 c Broccoli
4 eggs
1/2 c Thawed Frozen Peas
1/4 c Shredded Carrots
2 c Cooked Brown Rice
1 8oz Salmon Fillet
1 Hass Avocado
2Tbsp Bragg’ liquid amino’s (or low sodium soy)

➡ Whisk the first 5 ingredients and marinate salmon fillet then sear to desired doneness flake and set aside.
➡ Heat Oven to 350 and roast broccoli with 2 tsp hot chili oil (or canola and red chili flakes) and 1T Bragg’s liquid amino’s
➡ Use remainder of marinade to season cooked brown rice and mix with cooked peas and shredded carrot stir and toss in non stick skillet with 1T Bragg’s liquid aminos.
➡ Assemble all in 4 bowls and top with a sunny side up egg and sriracha and half of avocado

I’ve always had what seemed to be an illicit love affair with burgers. It was a favorite food probably upon exiting the womb. I can guiltily unashamedly say that I have enjoyed the love hate relationship with mammoth burgers, I’m talking juicy squirt you in the eye burgers, for much of my life.Way back in the day, I would make my way to the greasiest fast foodiest place and treat myself to that said burger and then berate myself for not adhering to my vigilant diet NAY plan for healthful eating. I would then give up on anything healthy, period, and just throw in the towel, thinking:What’s the use? It’s over!I would then willfully resort to death by cookies!I have to tell you having the new understanding that I have, has really helped me greatly in times such as these.  This new understanding whispers sweetly and lovingly to me when I am hard on myself, she says:

Hey you! Know what? You’ve exercised most days this week


 “X” amount of calories is probably a lot to have in a single meal, snack, treat or indulgence but coupled with your consistent healthy eating resolve on most days and how you will probably have a healthy Spicy Sesame Salmon Bowl for dinner, I think you earnedtheburger this week.

So the moral of this story is: Eat Junkfood…I mean mostly healthfully and mindfully, live a life of wellness and be happy! A life of wellness sometimes includes indulgent treats and just so you know I’ve learned this from repeated failure.