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AboutCPT & Certified Nutrition Specialist, is the author of the international best-seller, The Truth about Six Pack Abs (TruthAboutAbs.com), with over 263,000 readers in 154 countries. Mike is also the co-author of the popular nutrition program, The Fat Burning Kitchen. In addition, Mike publishes the popular Lean-Body Secrets ezine with over 710,000 subscribers worldwide.
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I've been known to come up with ways to make typical junk foods extremely healthy. Unique recipes for healthier pizza versions, healthy burgers, healthy chocolate peanut butter fudge, and so on have all been featured in my newsletters in the past.
Today, I wanted to tell you about my "world's healthiest cheesesteak".
Growing up in the Philly area, I'm sure you're aware we're known for our famous cheese-steaks. However, health and fitness have NEVER been associated with our cheesesteaks... until Geary stepped in.
So here's how I made the world's healthiest cheesesteak:
First, I used Ezekial sprouted grain rolls, which are a mix of about 10 different sprouted grains with no refined flour. I'm still not a huge fan of eating too much grains in your diet, but if you're going to do it, sprouted grain bread (or rolls) is the best option.
Next, I used a good quality grass-fed beef and sliced it thin. Grass fed beef contains larger quantities of CLA - conjugated linoleic acid, which (in it's natural form) is shown in some studies to promote fat loss and muscle building. Also, grass fed beef contains a much better ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids compared with typical grain-fed beef sold at most stores.
Then, I used a raw longhorn cheese from grass-fed cows as well. Grass-fed dairy is also a great source of beneficial CLA.
Finally, I topped it all off with some sauteed vidalia onions and baby portobella mushrooms...
...and voila! The healthiest cheesesteak on the freakin' planet! And it was sooo delicious too!
Feel free to share this recipe with your friends and family... put a link to this page on your facebook, twitter, myspace, or blog pages... your friends will love this idea!
To your good health and lean body,
Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist
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