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Tempeh: my creative, innovative recipe by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm What is tempeh? Tempeh is fermented soya bean invented by the Indonesian Javanese. The soya beans are fermented in such a way that the beans are bound into a cake. It reached Malaysia's shores through Javanese immigrants and is now a very standard Malaysian alternative to meat. Because of the fermentation process, the protein in the soya bean ... Read on »
Sotomayor Soup - High Fiber Food for Supreme Court Nominee, Sotomayor by Cliff S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 05 Jun 2009 3:18pm This high fiber food is in honor of Supreme Court nominee, Judge Sotomayor. It’s based on a traditional Puerto Rican soup that is typically made with pork. However, this vegan recipe calls for green plantains molded into shapes resembling meatballs and gandules, a favorite of Sotomayor as well as many other Puerto Ricans. In a recent speech, ... Read on »
10 Best Foods To Eat | Healthy Eating by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:12pm 1 Comment What Are the 10 Best Food to Eat? These 10 Nutritional Powerhouses Should Be Part of Every One’s Healthy Eats Cleaning up your diet and eating healthier is often just a matter of knowing where to start. Unfortunately, many people think that a healthy diet is only about removing foods, not adding them in. This list of the 10 Best Foo ... Read on »
The Poop Scoop – A Guide to Healthy Poops by Alison A. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 12:00am   High-Fiber Recipes Below! Not much older than eleven or twelve, my friend had us in stitches after her first day of her new babysitting gig: The mom came home and asked if the child had a BM while she was gone. Intuiting that the mom must have been referring to ‘poop’ but never having ... Read on »
High fiber diet for Diverticular disease by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm Diverticular disease (or diverticulosis) is a condition of the large intestine (colon) which means having diverticula, or small sacs or pouches that form in the wall of the large intestine, and includes diverticulitis which is when these pouches or sacs become infected. Diverticular was practically non-existent before this century because people ... Read on »
7 Healthy Foods that Really Aren’t by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm I’m a big label reader.  If I don’t know a product and what it contains, I immediately look at the nutrition facts and ingredients to get a better understanding of how healthy or unhealthy the food is.  It is completely an unconscious behavior at this point, as I’ve been doing it for years now.  This has made me a super-sleuth in weeding out tho ... Read on »
Chocolate Mini-Muffins (Low Fat and High Fiber) by Jamie W. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 May 2009 5:53pm Well, it seems I'm bailing on Tuesdays with Dorie. It's been weeks since I've managed to actually make one of the recipes and I just can't seem to find the time to do it with the way my schedule has been lately. I love to bake, and I'm sad to see it go, but it's time for a change around here. Since my mom's stroke, we've all been making a con ... Read on »
High-Fiber Muffins by Love Healthy Living Posted Fri 24 Jan 2014 7:24pm Well, it doesn’t get much sexier than a High-Fiber Muffin, eh? I ran into one of my senior-ish neighbors recently and she started talking my ear off about how good digestion is so important when one gets older. Um, hello, digestion is my middle name! So, of course, I agreed with her, but I would argue that good digestion is importan ... Read on »
Your Healthy Food Choices Are Part of Health Care Reform by Cliff S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 17 Jun 2009 10:02pm Instead of waiting for the government to fix health care, many people are taking control of their well-being by making healthy food choices. In addition to being one of the owner/operators of, I write about healthy nutrition in Massage Magazine’s Whole Food Blog, contribute to as a nutrition expert, post ... Read on »
Healthy Find: Bob’s Red Mill High Fiber Cereal by foodienutritionist Posted Wed 29 Sep 2010 9:01am A girl and her cereal I am no stranger to Bob’s products.  His cornmeal, oat bran, polenta and whole grain pancake mix have all been regulars in my pantry for the past few years. I had yet to try his Whole Grain High Fiber Hot Cereal, though — even though I had been intending to since Rachel at Coconut Crumbs blogged about it back in March. ... Read on »