Tumeric or Turmeric?
eat more turmeric
Check your cereals for TSP :-(
TSP for your tummy??? I DON’T THINK SOOO :-(
Originally posted on The Nutritious Noodle: What is fiber? Fiber comes from plant foods, like fruits, vegetables, and grains. It is the part of the plant that the body cannot absorb. Unlike carbohydrates, protein, and fats; your body does not digest dietary fiber. It goes through the body whole. There are two types of dietary…
Going green? Don’t stop at recycling!!
Go green with your grilling too. Vegetables taste better and are healthier for you if you grill them because you are not losing any of the nutrients in the cooking medium (water, oil, steamer). And make sure you don’t “char” them because that char is loaded with carcinogens according to some recent studies. You can…
GRASSFED BEEF!! Philly got it going on :-)
Here’s an article I received in my email from my mother (#bestmomever): Philly’s grass fed beef boom. If you are not sure why you should be eating grassfed beef, you will know exactly why after reading this article!! If you would like to know more about the nutritional benefits of only eating 100% grasped beef,…
Date Walnut Bars
Originally posted on The Nutritious Noodle: Date Walnut Bars 10 pitted dates 1 cup walnuts 1 tsp vanilla Blend all the ingredients in a food processor until it begins to form into a ball. Form into a ball and cover with saran wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Take out and flatten into a square.…
Amazing Pasta alternative!!
Spiralize your zucchini :-)
Hi I’m Al, Al Cohol :-)
Moderate drinking may lower your risk of heart disease.
PROTEINS – It’s all in the balance!!
6 degrees of preparation 🙂 Good nutrition can help prevent disease and promote health. There are six categories of nutrients that the body needs to acquire from food: protein, carbohydrates, fat, fibers, vitamins and minerals, and water. Proteins: Protein supplies amino acids to build and maintain healthy body tissue. There are 20 amino acids considered essential because the body must have all of them in the right amounts to function properly. Twelve of these are manufactured in thebody but the other eight amino acids must be provided by the diet. Foods from animal sources such as milk or eggs oftencontain all these essential amino acids while a variety of plant products must be taken together to provide all these necessary protein components. There are 33 elements you should be aware of to keep your body functioning at the proper levels. If you would like to know if you are properly balanced, take this test: Micronutrient Testing This test is a comprehensive nutritional analysis of 33 vitamins, minerals,…
Eggs may just be the best food in the world!!!! I just came across this article and now I think I’m gonna eat more eggs than I already do!! Two a day to be precise because here’s what happens to your body when you eat two eggs a day: you lower your risk of cardiovascular…