Gabriel Method Recipes

by admin on January 31, 2013

Gabriel Method recipes seem to be the talk of town not just because of its benefits in weight loss but also for the reason that all these recipes produce some delicious culinary delights. However, what many people do not understand is why the Gabriel Method succeeds when so many others fail.

The problem with diet plans and weight loss programs is that all these approaches focus too much on the peripheral symptoms of obesity. While these approaches may work temporarily, if the mind is predisposed to poor eating habits, the problem is bound to recur. With the Gabriel Method, the approach is a bit different. This method focuses on thinking right before eating right. In fact, the effects of one’s psychology over one’s eating habits are a known fact in the scientific community.

Apart from this, the Gabriel Method also focuses on eating right in a smart way. There is no need to starve your taste palettes if you know how to eat right. Most diet plans may drive you towards eating less. However, the Gabriel Method is more about eating right. Gabriel Method recipes are high on nutrition rather than fat making them much easier to assimilate. Once the body gets its share of nutrients, there is no necessity for fat storage.

The following are some of the simplest and also most delicious Gabriel Method recipes.

Choc Seed Treats

If you are a chocolate lover and have been missing all the indulgence since your diet plan came into implementation, this chocolate filled treat is going to blow you away. The ingredients required for this desert are:

  • One and a half teaspoon coconut palm sugar
  • 3 tablespoons almond butter
  • A teaspoon each of cinnamon, tahini and sesame seeds
  • A tablespoon each of sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and organic desiccated coconut
  • 1/3 cup of almonds
  • A teaspoon and a half of xylitol

Get all these ingredients together and put them in the grinder. Keep the grinding going till you find that all the ingredients are tending to stick together. Once this mixture is consistent, roll it into balls. You can eat it instantly or refrigerate it to the desired temperature. This is how simple most Gabriel Method recipes are.

Jonny Chow

Another great Gabriel Method recipe you can try is Jonny Chow. This is as uncomplicated as the last one. The following are the ingredients you need for the recipe.

  • Half a cup of almond milk or plain yogurt.
  • Around 30 grams of whey protein powder.
  • A cup of any fruit you like. You can also mix a few of them.
  • A tablespoon of ground flax seeds.
  • Additionally, you can also add ingredients such as unsweetened cinnamon, cocoa powder, stevia and xylitol.

Just like the Gabriel Method itself, both these recipes also work on rather simple but effective principles. These recipes are extremely rich in nutrients and are also capable of keeping hunger suppressed making them the perfect snacks when those hunger pangs strike.

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Christine May 23, 2013 at 1:30 pm

Just wondering if there is a ‘chocolate’ ingredient missing from the above recipe as the description states, ‘chocolate lover’, and, ‘chocolate filled treat’ but there is nothing chocolate in the recipe?
Thanks, Christine

admin June 16, 2013 at 8:44 pm

Hi Christine,
yes there are chocolate recipe.

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