I Turned Your “FEAR FOODS” Into Healthy Meals (Why My Hunger Crushing Combo Works)


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Hey everyone I’m Abbey Sharp welcome to Abbey’s Kitchen. Today’s video is a vlog about how I eat meals focused on achieving the Hunger Crushing Combo and how we don’t have to be afraid of the foods we love!


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  1. I’m so happy to see the bagel love 💜 I was a manager in a bagel shop a few years ago and the more I learned about the bagel’s history it didn’t sit well with me knowing a big part of Jewish food tradition was being demonized by the diet industrial complex.

  2. Hi Abbey! This was an amazing video, and I appreciate you actually eating in front of the camera. I think it definitely helps us recognize that these meals are actually edible and appetizing! And I totally get the struggle with the messy sandwich – those tomatoes NEVER want to stay on.

    I have a question/idea for you to help me and hopefully others. I have had increased sensitivity and possible allergy (not confirmed by IgE testing) to avocados and bananas, and my doctors are recommending extreme caution. It comes from certain proteins in the fruits that are also linked to latex allergies, which my mother is severely allergic to. I was wondering if you can provide a video or resources for those who cannot eat avocados or bananas (since I see that there are a lot of recipes with those as protein and fiber sources)? Thanks!

  3. Abbey I discovered your channel a few years ago. For 10 years of my life I suffered from high cholesterol and then eventually prediabetes in my 20s. I can finally say in the last 2 years my cholesterol is normal, and the prediabetes is gone. Learning to cook, following the hunger crushing combo, and eating at restaurants minimally has been life-changing for me. Thank you for what you do!

  4. Hi Abbey I have a question: does the portion matter a lot in the hunger crushibg combo and does the distribution and balance between fat/protein/fibre really matter in the hcc. So for instance; will half a tsp of peanut butter differ to 1 full teaspoon of peanut butter? Or will more or less lettuce make a difference in the balance?

  5. Oil is still a huge one for me and I am "recovered" (meaning: I don't count calories, I eat when I am hungry, I go out with friends when invited, I am no longer scared of bananas (LOL) … I am getting there!) But using oil is still something I avoid "seeing" or measure religiously. (To be honest, I try to get my fats from other sources: yogurt, dairy, nuts, meat, etc) . A good way I try to use oil though is when making hummus (yum!) or chocolate cake (substitute butter for oil). Makes cakes so must more moist and, well, cake is normally a high calorie treat so nothing to worry there. ;)*

    * I know using oil to bake is not ideal. Might be an interesting video(?)