Wraps versus Conventional Sandwiches
In a world of excess sugar and gluten issues, reducing or eliminating bread from one’s diet can have great benefits. Since bread turns to sugar and for many that equates to more pounds, so look outside of the conventional box, and try making yourself a wrap.
When it comes to making wraps, they not only can be quick and easy to make, but you can use a variety of wraps to make delicious meals.
Healthy Wrap Recipes
This isn’t rocket science. Wraps can be made with using various types of greens or lettuces … such as romaine or butter lettuce leaves, or chard.
Other healthier options include using coconut wraps or brown rice wraps.
The type of wrap you make is up to you … be creative!
Coconut wraps – Amazon Store
List of foods to use in wraps:
- organic chicken
- wild caught salmon
- steamed veggies, such as sweet potato, broccoli, or cauliflower
chopped up greens
- red, yellow or orange diced peppers
Dressings / Sauces
Once you’ve got your wrap filled, top it off with dressings, sauces or salsa. See Dressings, Sauces
Experiment with different combinations and dressings … you’ll be pleasantly surprised as to the different options and favorites that develop just by taking the time to have fun and try different foods.
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