Guest Blogger, Bill Tabler : Healthy Recipes from TIPPING THE SCALES IN MY FAVOR

Hi Gang! I'd like to introduce you to a blogging buddy of mine. His name is Bill Tabler and you can follow him over at his blog TIPPING THE SCALES IN MY FAVOR.  From time to time you'll also be able to catch him hear on Megomania. Looks like he's got some great recipes up his sleeve and I am glad about that. I just love how simple they are which is important especially when your watching weight. Oh yes, Bill is bringing the flavor too! I hope you'll follow along on his journey and please let us both know what you think.  We want to know if you'd make this, or how about what you'd add to it to make it your own?

Healthy Recipes


Since I have changed my lifestyle and eating habits everyone asks so what can you eat? Everyone thinks just because I am eating healthy that there is very little I can have, and that it is all bland. Well I am here to tell you there are tons of things I can have, and they taste amazing!

So I am going to use this blog to not only share my weight loss story, but to also share some of my favorite recipes. Some I have made up myself, some I have found and modified and some will just be amazing recipes I have found and want to share.


My Pico Omelet

Makes: 1 omelet

Prep Time: 10 min.

Cook Time: 10-15 min
1 tsp virgin coconut oil

2 free range grain feed eggs

1 medium red tomato diced

3 tbsp yellow onion diced

1/3 cup green pepper diced

1 tbsp cilantro chopped (4-6 sprigs)

½ jalapeno seeded and diced

1 tbsp ground flax seed

½ avocado smashed

1/8 tsp fresh ground black pepper

Pinch of pink salt

Heat oil in a small pan on medium heat; while oil is heating crack the eggs and beat them like they owe you money. Pour eggs in the pan; add ground flax seed, diced tomato, diced onion, diced green pepper, chopped cilantro, diced jalapeno, pink salt and pepper. Cook for 5-8 minutes and then fold in half and cook on each side for 2-3 min. Remove from pan and place on a plate. Now spread the smashed avocado on the top of your omelet. I usually enjoy mine with a piece of Ezekiel’s 7 sprouted grain bread toast dry and 8oz of chocolate almond milk

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