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Hot Grain Free Breakfast-A Substitute For Oatmeal by Lisa C. Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 12:00am I have decided to try a grain free diet again.  Last time my percentage of fat was high compared to my carbohydrates and proteins.  I didn't function well.  I was super tired all the time, and though people said to keep going, I  was a wimp and gave up.  This time I am eating a lot more fruits and vegetables to increase my carbohydrate ... Read on »
Hot Miso with Cream and Sweetener: Coffee/Tea Substitute by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 20 Feb 2012 12:00am A few weeks ago, I wondered if I drink too much tea. Is 4 cups/day too much? What about 2 cups/day? To learn more, I needed to drink a lot less tea. What about miso? I wondered. I had some high-quality miso paste in my refrigerator. I got it in Tokyo at a miso store (thanks to Gary Rymar for taking me there). I made a cup (about 25 g ... Read on »
Hot, Hot, Hot: How to Make the Ultimate Salsa by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 3:40pm The term salsa might by synonymous with chips but, realistically, there are plenty of uses for good ol’ salsa. Salsa makes a great filling for omelets, can be used to spice up – and keep moist – oven-baked chicken, to add bulk (and flavor) to burger patties, and even as a substitute for salad dressing. In fact, one source we referenced sugges ... Read on »
It's Getting Hot, Hot, Hot! The ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:22pm It's Getting Hot, Hot, Hot! The earth is getting warmer with every passing year and we are already seeing significant changes in the lands around us. Global warming is already having an extreme damaging effect on Palau where the beauty and tranquility of the islands may be forever altered and disappear. Conservation and environ ... Read on »
Feeling hot hot hot by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:15pm Yesterday the mercury hit about as high as it ever does, the low 100's. Whew hot. Hot enough that Pam and I canceled our run for last night. No sense in trying to run while it's still 100 degrees and sunny outside, we'd have ended up distressed and walking. So I ran on my treadmill did no exercise because my house was too warm, even with the ... Read on »
Hot, hot, hot... by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:08pm I ran 15 today during the hot part of the day. The shade-temperature was 74 (F) when I left, but the direct-sun temperature was 114 (F). When I got back the shade-temperature was 88. I couldn't measure the direct-sun temperature when I returned because my thermometer was no longer in the direct sun (I actually have two thermometers that share a ... Read on »
It's Getting Hot, Hot, Hot! ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 7:38pm It's Getting Hot, Hot, Hot! The earth is getting warmer with every passing year and we are already seeing significant changes in the lands around us. Global warming is already having an extreme damaging effect on Palau where the beauty and tranquility of the islands may be forever altered and disappear. Conservation and environ ... Read on »
Hot, hot, hot by Angel .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:22am ::::Engaging anti-snowball forcefield:::: We're wearing shorts and running the A/C. Just another Christmas in Florida! We're getting ready to head to my mom's.....the kids had a blast with their gifts. Even though DQ is onto the whole Santa thing, she loved helping keeping the magic alive for her brother. And ... Read on »
Hot, hot, hot! by Dr. Mary Kearns, PhD Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 5:21pm A couple of years ago, a friend of mine who had moved to the East Coast from the LA area introduced me to Bikram Yoga. Bikram Yoga consists of a series of 26 traditional hatha postures, held for up to 60 seconds, performed in a very hot room, usually around 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The heat allows the deep stretching of muscles, ligaments and te ... Read on »
Hot, Hot, Hot! by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:44pm Three birds of a feather yet each carries a different tune and attitude. This chili is dubbed so because of the three types of peppers (’gentlemen’) used in the recipe. The bell peppers add a simple sweetness that most people are accustomed to, the chipotle pepper adds a little heat and a smoky aroma, and the cayenn ... Read on »