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a pescetarian's guide to the LA food truck scene by Joni Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm about a year and a half ago, i stopped eating meat. i had my reasons -- partly to lose weight, partly in the spirit of ahimsa (non-violence to animals), partly to save the environment. but i knew that going from being a full-on carnivore to eating nothing but veggies would be a total shock to my foodie side. and i probably would be do ... Read on »
Restaurant Dining Guide: Healthy JAPANESE Food Choices by Alex L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:01pm Enjoy dining out? Learn even more healthy eating options with our complete Restaurant Dining Guide! Japanese cuisine is a feast for the eye as well as the palate. Although white rice is integral to the Japanese culture, the abundance of fresh seafood provides many suitable choices for people following a healthy eating plan. Japanese ... Read on »
Nice Try, Wendy: Fast Food Trying to Re-Brand Itself As Healthy by Stephanie C. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 1:21pm Image viaThe Fun Times Guide to Food. I elbowed my way in to write this post because I am the mother of an increasingly media-concious son who at three was prescient enough to point out the rivalry between McDonalds and Burger King even though he had never visited either establishment. We are fortunate enough to live in a little fast foo ... Read on »
Healthy Dog Food: A Guide to Natural Dog Food by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Dec 2010 2:17pm A well-balanced diet is the most important thing you can give your dog in terms of regular health care. But some people are confused about what a healthy balanced diet is for a dog, and whether natural dog food is a healthier way to go, rather than picking up a 40 lb bag of whatever is on sale at the supermarket. When choosing a ... Read on »
Habit Guide by Shawnee Posted Thu 10 Jun 2010 8:08pm Thank you to all who added on to my little Weekend Healthy Habit Guide!  There are some great answers and many fabulous habit building ideas, which I hope to start incorporating.  I’ve posted all of your great ideas below, followed by my originals.  If anyone thinks of anything else, please comment!  I’d love to hear your thoughts o ... Read on »
a pescetarian's guide to the LA food truck scene by Joni Yung Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Sep 2009 10:07pm about a year and a half ago, i stopped eating meat. i had my reasons -- partly to lose weight, partly in the spirit of ahimsa (non-violence to animals), partly to save the environment. but i knew that going from being a full-on carnivore to eating nothing but veggies would be a total shock to my foodie side. and i probably would be doomed to f ... Read on »
a pescetarian's guide to the LA food truck scene by Joni Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Sep 2009 10:43pm about a year and a half ago, i stopped eating meat. i had my reasons -- partly to lose weight, partly in the spirit of ahimsa (non-violence to animals), partly to save the environment. but i knew that going from being a full-on carnivore to eating nothing but veggies would be a total shock to my foodie side. and i probably would be doomed to f ... Read on »
Restaurant Dining Guide: Healthy MEXICAN Food Choices by Alex L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:01pm Enjoy dining out? Learn even more healthy eating options with our complete Restaurant Dining Guide! From tortillas to posole, mariscos to mole, Mexican food is big on taste. Forget the goopy stuff most American Mexican restaurants serve. Real Mexican food is complex, balanced and varied. While it is true that much of Mexican cuisine is ba ... Read on »
Restaurant Dining Guide: Healthy MIDDLE EASTERN Food Choices by Alex L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:01pm Enjoy dining out? Learn even more healthy eating options with our complete Restaurant Dining Guide! From Morocco to Israel, Lebanon to Egypt, there are many flavors of the Middle East... and their aromas are captivating. Middle Eastern dishes are seasoned with cardamom, coriander, cumin, thyme, marjoram and sumac. Sesame seeds are ground into ... Read on »
Restaurant Dining Guide: Healthy FRENCH Food Choices by Alex L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:01pm 2 Comments Enjoy dining out? Learn even more healthy eating options with our complete Restaurant Dining Guide! From haute to humble, French cuisine has it all -- the complex creations of Parisian chefs to Provence's simple, rustic fare redolent of herbs and olive oil. While French food doesn't always have to be multi-sauced and complicated, each ingredi ... Read on »