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    Restraint-Bias

    Restraint-Bias
    Restraint-bias. Per Wikipedia: “The tendency for people to over-estimate their ability to control impulsive behavior.” Impulse can be summed up with a simple explanation, essentially it’s when you say you’re committed to doing one thing but your impulses causes you to do something else. A bias is a shortcut our brain makes without our permission. While there’s nothing inherently WRONG with impulsive behavior, if it conflicts with rational decision making, you might find yourself often feeling defeated and that you can’t stick to your goals. 

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    How To Make High Protein Oatmeal

    In this video, Chef Danny walks you through his simple high protein oatmeal recipe using our ICON Cinnamon Honey Butter Seasoning. 

    Ingredients: 

    • 2 Cups Water

    • 1 Cup Oatmeal

    • 1 Cup Egg whites

    • 2 Tbsp ICON Cinnamon Honey Butter Seasoning

    Instructions:

    • Bring Water to a boil

    • Stir in oatmeal, let cook for 1-2 minutes

    ª Whisk in egg whites and seasoning

    • Add more seasoning on top and enjoy!

     


    Order ICON Seasoning: https://iconmeals.com/collections/seasonings

    A Complete Guide To Gluten By Team ICON Shawn Wells

    A Complete Guide To Gluten By Team ICON Shawn Wells
    Unfortunately, gluten is responsible for causing several intolerances in humans, most severe being celiac disease which is an autoimmune disease of the intestine. Slightly less severe is non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS); a related gluten disorder which triggers an immune response but is not an autoimmune condition. When gluten interacts with the cells lining the intestine, it triggers the immune system to respond, causing inflammation and damage to the gut. When this trigger remains, and the immune system is continuously activated, the inflammatory response can become chronic or long-lasting.

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