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Homemade Low-fat Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches by The Healthy Hostess Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:00am This weekend I wanted to make something fun for dessert for our cookout on Sunday. I debated between many things but decided on ice cream sandwiches because we were heading to a baseball game after dinner. Homemade Low -fat Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches 1 pouch of cookie mix – any kind 1/2 c. unsweetened applesauce 2 egg whites ... Read on »
March Madness: 53 Fat Loss Tips For Women! by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 15 Mar 2009 4:27pm     Philip McCluskey from www.LovingRaw.com Tip 1 -Keep it simple. The more food we combine together in one meal, generally, the more calories we pack on.  Also, the body operates the best on breaking down a small handful of ingredients, rather than processed foods, which may contain 30+. Tip 2 - Find Your Exercise. So many people sk ... Read on »
The Life Changing Power Of The Low-Carb Lifestyle by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:30pm There is nothing more empowering than the results of a changed life One of the most common themes I often write about is how livin’ la vida low-carb is such a life changing experience for people who try it. My own experience has shown this to be true after losing a large amount of weight while simultaneously getting my health back from th ... Read on »
6January 17, 2011Steak, Wine, and Popcorn Sundays by thegrassskirt Health Maven Posted Mon 17 Jan 2011 12:00am Hello! I hope that you had a great weekend.  Nearly every Sunday since Michael and I have been a couple, we’ve had “Steak, Wine, and Popcorn Sundays” together. We grill up steaks seasoned with just garlic salt and pepper and serve ‘em up with some salads and wine.  After dinner, we pop a bucket of popcorn and w ... Read on »
Hunger doesn"t make you fat; appetite does by Dr. Judith Wurtman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Fri 24 Dec 2010 7:04pm Early in January, we will be bombarded with descriptions of diet plans that promise to banish holiday generated fat stores and produce quick weight loss without hunger. The dieter is usually told that plan X will make it possible for the dieter to stay on a calorie restricted food regimen and never feel hungry. The hunger squashing plan ma ... Read on »
Real Food Challenge Week 6: No Low-Fat, Lite or Nonfat Food Products by The Sweet Life Posted Tue 11 Oct 2011 9:55pm It’s time for another week in the Real Food Challenge. I took last week off because well…I have no idea why. I just forgot but we will just pretend like it didn’t happen and more forward okay? Okay. Sunday, October 9th- Saturday, October 15th This week’s challenge is to to avoid all low-fat, lite/light, and nonfat food products Goal: T ... Read on »
A Quick Curried Fish and Herb Soup for Souper (Soup, Salad & Sammie) Sundays by DebinHawaii Posted Sun 23 Aug 2009 12:00am For some reason the week really got away from me and the weekend has been a bit crazy so I didn't have time to make the cold soup I had tabbed for this week. Instead, I have a quick and easy soup I threw together last week when I was craving something a little spicy and different. This recipe for Curried Fish and Herb Soup comes from " . I lik ... Read on »
Low carb or low fat: Do calories count? by Dr. Marion Nestle Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 05 Aug 2012 9:36am Here’s my once a month on the first Sunday Food Matters column for the San Francisco Chronicle, out today: Nutrition and public policy expert Marion Nestle answers readers’ questions in this column written exclusively for The Chronicle . E-mail your questions to food@sfchronicle.com , with “Marion Nestle” in the subject line. Q: I’m c ... Read on »
Healthy Caramel Corn (Vegan/Low Carb/Low Fat/Vegan) by Kelly @ Foodie Fiasco Posted Thu 10 Jan 2013 1:22am There are just some things you need in your life. Healthy caramel corn is one of them. Ehem, that means you. I know how you feel. Really, I do. It’s Wednesday in the second week of January. You just want the holidays to come back so you can hug your family and sing about chestnuts and eat fudge. You just want the summer to come pr ... Read on »
Dinners & Lunches Ready in a Flash, First Installment: Beef & Pasta Goulash by Debbie B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 12:00am Yesterday one of my Facebook friends sent me a message asking for help. She wanted to (primarily) save money by cooking at home instead of eating out and (secondarily) she also is worried about what all those restaurant meals might be doing to her health. There is a really easy solution; it just takes a bit of planning and she wil ... Read on »