Phase 1, Day 14 of The Maker’s Diet

by Kimberly Edwards on January 23, 2009

The Maker''s Diet: The 40-Day Health Experience That Will Change Your Life ForeverIt’s Day 14, Phase 1 of The Maker’s Diet.

Today is the last day of Phase 1 of The Maker’s Diet.

For breakfast, Kenney made “Edwards McMuffins” and instead of using the ham they use, we used turkey bacon. Add a medium fried egg and a whole wheat English muffin and voilà! A tastier, low-cal, Maker’s Diet approved McMuffin.

For lunch, we had that amazing coconut chicken soup that is always sure to please. Kenney made extra today, as we were especially hungry for some reason. We definitely filled the gap!

For dinner, we weren’t quite as hungry, as we had our fill with lunch and ate it a little bit later than usual.

So, we’ll probably just have a healthy snack of fruit or vegetables with almond butter or something like that.

We did “waiver” a bit today – Kenney made me a chai latté…the only thing we wavered on was the cow’s milk, instead of goat’s milk. We’ve been doing so good adhering to the “rules” and treated ourselves. Oops!

What Have I Loved So Far About The Maker’s Diet?
The fabulous flavors, especially the coconut! We get to cook with a lot of coconut oil, coconut milk and creamed coconut, which we always did, but it’s especially lovely with the recipes we’re trying to follow. I mean, YUM!

For those of you who aren’t sure, coconut oil is solid at room temperature, but is often sold in the refrigerated section of health food stores. Be sure to buy extra virgin coconut oil.


I hope you enjoy this Weight Loss Product Review on Natural Weight Loss Tip! Until next time…

Day 14 down, 26 to go…Happy and Healthy!

Kimberly Edwards :)

P.S. Can’t find coconut oil? GEt the Garden of Life brand here:

Coconut Oil Extra Virgin, 16 fl oz. From Garden of Life Coconut Oil Extra Virgin, 16 fl oz. From Garden of Life

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CoconutOilGuy January 24, 2009 at 10:51 am

Hello! Yes, coconut oil is THE ideal cooking oil. That’s because coconut oil is 92% saturated, which makes it highly resistant to oxidation and free radical formation.

Coconut oil is The Healthiest Oil on Earth. Did you know that coconut oil can kill the HIV virus (AIDS)? There’s so much more coconut oil can do for our optimal health.

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Kimberly January 25, 2009 at 9:25 pm

Hello Coconut Oil Guy!

We use coconut oil as much as possible – whenever we get a chance to…

Wow…we didn’t know coconut oil had so many health benefits that you were speaking of…Will have to look into this more!

Kimberly :)

Kimberly @ Healthy Cooking Blog September 22, 2009 at 11:32 pm

I absolutely love to use coconut oil for cooking.

Not only does it impart an awesome flavor, but it holds under high temperatures so you can pan fry on high heat or even deep fry food…


Kimberly :)

Kenney September 30, 2009 at 11:55 pm

@Kimberly: Hey there Kim. Girl, it’s good to see ya. How have you been? Yeah, I love coconut oil and always cook on high as you know, I do have the nickname: “highburner”. lol :)

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