WELCOME

I’m excited to share with you the information that has helped enrich my life in so many ways. It is through my own personal awareness, action and dedication to health and wellness for more than three decades that I present to you an honest and sincere account of the material that has helped me carve out a world of inspired living. Now it’s your turn. As a team we will work together to create lasting change and help carve out your own life of personal greatness.  Live a High Integrity Life,



 
Weekly Tip

It would make sense that taking the skin off of chicken when cooking yields a lower fat content, but that doesn't seem to be the case. While most all the saturated fat is found in the skin of the chicken, as you remove it after cooking, nutritional data shows that the difference in total fat is minimal. Avedon's take: If I'm faced with a prepared chicken breast that still has the skin on it, I remove the skin and pat it down with a paper towel to ensure the lowest fat content. If I'm cooking chicken myself, most of the time I prepare it without the skin. Be aware that it's going to be dry when cooked skinless, so you can use a healthy marinade or liquid like low sodium chicken stock while cooking.


Get Inspired

"Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand."

Proverb

JavaScript is disabled!
To display this content, you need a JavaScript capable browser.

Get Gregg's Newsletter! Get Gregg's Book! Social Networks
  Need to get inspired
via email? Get Gregg’s exclusive free monthly Newsletter here!

Click To Sign Up
Gregg Avedons Book - Muscle Chow Muscle Chow
Over 150 Meals to Feed Your Muscles and Fuel Your Workouts!

Click To Sign Up
Join Gregg on Facebook Follow Gregg on Twitter See Gregg on YouTube Read Greggs Blog Read Greggs Blog
Get Greggs Feed
Share |