Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Bfc products

Good morning friends, sometimes I try to write a post and I have nothing to say. It's been a busy past couple of days, Sunday hubby and I had a super nice productive day: we returned something hubby bought to REI, bought him a day planner he has been wanting, grocery shopped, and went for a nice long walk. Our walk was so nice, it was hot and it felt awesome. We went to this new hip natural local food store, which actually is not that new just new to us which was very exciting because they have natures hollow jam, and several ezekiel products I haven't been able to find locally. We didn't buy anything right then because we still had a long walk home but it was very exciting to discover some bfc products locally. I also found some Joseph's cookies the other week: pecan shortbread and chocolate chip. The chocolate chip were too crunchy for me but the pecan shortbread cookies are soft and tasty. It is nice to be able to enjoy a bfc friendly cookies sometimes although what I really miss is a big soft sugar cookie with frosting.

The more I learn about the bfc and bfc products the more I think it is a great lifestyle. For me I feel like one of the main principles is to eat better and portion control. It's taken me awhile to adjust but the more I find new products I like the easier it gets. I bought some chia seeds yesterday I haven't tried them yet but I will be sure to share my opinion when I do. Have a great day everyone :)


  1. That is great! I just found a 'new' health food store around my house that I need to go check out as well. Those specialty products are more expensive, but I think it's worth it! It helps with portion control a bit, I think, because if you are spending $5 for a jar of jam, there's no way you're going to put more than your one serving on your sandwich! LOL

    I hope you like the chia seeds - I put them in oatmeal for a fiber boost.

  2. I agree with Dawn. I paid 5.49 for my Nature's hollow jam and I use it sparingly. It is so nice to finally have something different to eat for breakfast though. I spend so much on eating out and fast food that this way of life really does save me money.
    I can't wait to see what you think of chia seeds.

  3. That is great that you found a store with some of the BFC stuff. Have a great day :-)

  4. Great that you found a store with some BFC stuff. I only have whole foods near me, and they don't have everything I'm looking for. I have to do some investigating to see where there might be a health food store or something, so I can expand my product supply. I love the Chia seeds on my poached eggs. Different I know, but I love the crunch and texture. My husband puts them in his yogurt too!

  5. Hi Katie, I enjoy reading your blog and thought I'd finally let you know! I wish there was a specialty store around me that carried BFC products. Most sugar free stuff around here is sweetened with Splenda, which is of course a no-no. Would love to find the BFC jam, syrup and of course the ice cream, without having to order it. I have found the Jay Robb shake stuff and the Amazing Grass Chocolate Green Superfood, at the Vitamin Shoppe. It's pricey but good for an occasional snack.