In My Fridge: Hannah Bronfman on Eating What Your Body Wants
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Hannah Bronfman’s formula for wellness is simple: do what feels good. As the title of her brand new book , the DJ and founder of HBFIT wants to remind us all of an important lesson about modern wellness. Trends are fun and routines can be powerful, but only if you’re really listening to what your body wants and needs.
Do What Feels Good: Recipes, Remedies, and Routines to Treat Your Body Right is inspired by Hannah’s personal journey towards self-acceptance and learning how to feel at home in her own body. The fitness pro and wellness lover grew up witnessing loved ones struggle with eating disorders and spent years finding a firm place to build her own ideas about balanced well being and holistic health.
When it comes to food, the Hannah Bronfman diet doesn’t look one specific way. She loves loading up on buzzy superfoods and healthy homemade meals, but will gladly go all out at a new foodie haunt and make travel memories by eating her way across new cultures. We love her approach — flexible but always focused on her main goal to feel good — and needed to know more. Take a peek into her edible habits with our favorite foodie series, In My Fridge … Food philosophy:
I don’t like to eat in one specific way — I truly believe that listening to my body serves me best. Always in my fridge:
Some type of nut milk, Hu Kitchen chocolate , Teatonic herbal teas and lots of fresh veggies to dip in my Bitchin’ Sauce ! Recipe staples always on hand:
Sesame oil, avocado oil, crushed red pepper, cilantro, avocado, fresh lettuces and matcha . Must-have munchies:
Hippeas , Bitchin’ Sauce, Skinny Pop and crushed red pepper, Hu Kitchen sauce, the Ground Up cauliflower pretzels and almond butter. Favorite condiments:
Mustard! Dijon and spicy brown , specifically. Ingredients that make everything taste better:
Salt and crushed red pepper. Go-to proteins:
Chicken, fish, turkey and plant-based protein powder. Best bargin:
Trader Joe’s everything. Best label-reading tip:
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