100 Days of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes

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100 days no processed foods crock pot recipes

My husband and I have been seriously considering ways we can eat healthier as a family. For some reason these food challenge ideas are really appealing to us and we know we would feel so much better.

Doing anything healthy for 30, 90 or even 100 days can jump start your health and create new habits for years to come. We found this really great post over at Stacy Makes Cents where she outlines 100 days of crock pot recipes you can use to cut out processed foods at dinner time.

Now, you don’t HAVE to do 100 days. I think it would be better to choose something you are confident you can achieve with a little bit of pushing. Try 1 week or 2 to start and see how it goes. Love site and all the great recipe ideas!

Take a look here…

StacyMakesCents: 100 Days of No Processed Foods

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44 COMMENTS

  1. I would really like to print these or be able to save them I a file to my desktop. Is there a way I can get them emailed to me??

  2. I love using my crock pot. I use it all the time when I have to work in the summer as a lifeguard and swim instructor. Dinner is ready when I’m home at 6:30! SO much healthier and tastes better too!

  3. I have been trying to open this website for days but can’t seem to get it to open. Is there another link?

  4. […] 100 Days of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes | DIY … – 100 Days of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes. Food; Crockpot; Healthy; Feb 25, 2013. … We found this really great post over at Stacy Makes Cents where she outlines 100 days of crock pot recipes you can use to cut out processed foods at dinner time. […]

  5. would love the recipes, however when I click the link, it will not open. HELP PLEASE.

    Thank you!

  6. I had to do a web search for the page, I typed in; StacyMakesCents: 100 Days of No Processed Foods & I clicked on the first link & there it was. They also say it is on pintrest? Just wanted to let the ladies know how to find the recipes, Have a great day!

  7. I would suggest before starting to get a solid definition of the word “processed”. Virtually 100% of foods obtained at a grocery store are “processed’ – including the fresh fruits & vegetables.

  8. They should call it “100 Days of Minimally Processed Recipes” since the phrase “No Processed” means just that. “No Processed” foods is a short list: Fruits, Vegetables, Beans, Nuts, Oats, and Seeds. Processed food is any food that is not in its natural state. Chicken and Beef come from Chickens and Cows. Chickens and Cows is the natural state. By the time we get it as consumers; IT’S BEEN PROCESSED!!!

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