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What is the low cholesterol diet? by rita359 Posted Fri 12 Apr 2013 3:06pm If you have problems with your bad cholesterol levels, the best solution is to switch to a low cholesterol diet to lower the cholesterol in your blood, and thus prevent heart disease and other health and life risks.   A proper low cholesterol diet and some exercise will lead to a grand improvement of your LDL cholesterol levels, and decrease th ... Read on »
A Weekend FULL Of Lobster by Sarah Ohm Posted Sun 24 Mar 2013 6:49pm Hey Loveys! Happy Sunday! I hope you all had an awesome weekend like I did!! I'm absolutely exhausted now, but it was SUCH a fun weekend!!! On Friday night after work we ended up making plans with some people that work for C. I didn't really know any of them so it was fun for me to meet them! It was two guys that work for C and their girlfrien ... Read on »
Say What?: Top Chef Misses the Mark by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm As a self-confessed reality show and food fanatic, I am sure it would not surprise you to know I am an avid Top Chef watcher. In brief, it is a competitive reality show on Bravo in which 15 contestants — ranging from professional to self-taught chefs — compete in a series of tasks. This week’s main challenge consisted of giving classic c ... Read on »
Lobster Reuben by Total Health Breakthroughs Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 May 2010 8:06pm By Kelley Herring, B.S., MBA 12/12/2008 Who said a reuben can’t be healthy? This low-glycemic and ultra-luxe version includes lobster a decadent ingredient that delivers a delicious dose of cell-protecting nutrients. In fact, just one serving provides 56% of the RDA f ... Read on »
Lobster is my Healthy Skinny Best Friend by Easy Skinny Life Posted Fri 02 Sep 2011 3:37pm Skinny Travels:  Ogunquit, Maine.  Skinny Superfood Spotlight:  Lobster. Forget diamonds.  Lobster is a healthy girl’s best friend.  It may be an expensive indulgence back where I live, but when visiting New England, it is a regional cuisine that shouldn’t be missed.   Lobster is my Skinny vacation dream come true for three reasons.  Firs ... Read on »
Who Said It?: Reveal by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 31 Aug 2010 5:25pm Interviewer: Is all seafood good for you? Our subject’s answer: “Nope. Some of the crustaceans have cholesterol shrimp, crab, lobster.” This is what Dr. Oz told Esquire magazine last year .  Granted, the rest of his nutrition-related answers (except for one other, which I discuss below) are accurate.  However, I am ext ... Read on »
Gobs Of Taubes: 'Good Calories, Bad Calories' Getting Great Press by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:27pm The word is certainly getting out about Gary Taubes' instant classic Oftentimes when the anticipation and expectations for something that is truly fantastic finally arrives, there is usually a huge letdown shortly thereafter. But that is most certainly not the case with the release of the much-awaited Gary Taubes book Good Calories, ... Read on »
Say What?: Top Chef Misses the Mark by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:50am As a self-confessed reality show and food fanatic, I am sure it would not surprise you to know I am an avid Top Chef watcher. In brief, it is a competitive reality show on Bravo in which 15 contestants -- ranging from professional to self-taught chefs -- compete in a series of tasks. This week's main challenge consisted of giving classi ... Read on »
The Caloric Risks of Being a Houseguest by Dr. Judith Wurtman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 27 Aug 2012 10:07am Our houseguests arrived looking a little green and seeking antacids. They had left the house of relatives that morning where they had a two-day obligatory visit with distant family members. “You won’t believe how they eat,” my friend Fran (not her name) complained. “ I haven’t eaten so much high-cholesterol food in decades.” “ An ... Read on »
On Behalf of Shrimp by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 6:44pm Last Summer I blogged about my disappointment at an episode of Bravo's Top Chef competition reality show in which contestants' only guideline for creating a heart-healthy dish was making it "low in cholesterol." This led to the usage of meats low in cholesterol but high in saturated fat. Ironically, saturated fat is mor ... Read on »