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Living Low Sodium Recipe - Hot Wing Fix by Susannyny Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 5:39pm While being on a very low sodium diet these past few weeks has proved challenging, truth be told, it's not nearly as difficult as I initially thought. It's taken a bit of research, but I've found a host of no/low sodium products to replace my old staples. I'll be sharing my favorites with you once I've had a chance to give each a thorough tas ... Read on »
Low Salt Diet Saves Lives by CK Wilde Health Maven Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 11:23am Working for a small company that does most of its business online means that we don’t have the seasonal celebrations that most bigger companies hold. No company picnics…  no three legged races…  no sunburned co-workers. So when the building owner for our office invited the entire building to a barbecue on Wednesday, I thought it would be ... Read on »
Real Fast Food: Vegetarian Quick Curry & Mediterranean Pasta Salad by Camilla S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:36pm Most critics of fast food object to the food component of the phrase—it’s fatty, processed, high in calories, low in nutrients, and the list goes on and on. I agree that a diet built on a foundation of assorted McMorsels will inevitably collapse in ruins, but my principle objection lies with the descriptive portion of the expression: “fa ... Read on »
Low-Fat Wild Blueberry Salad Dressing by Love Healthy Living Posted Tue 07 Jan 2014 6:00am Is it too early to start thinking about spring salads? If not, then I have a new dressing to share: This is a lower-fat version of one of my other old favorites, my Wild Blueberry Zinger Dressing , that used walnuts and soy milk for creaminess. This one uses almond milk and hemp seeds and has at least 1/3 the fat – perfect for tho ... Read on »
Raw Food Recipes: 3 Easy Salad Dressings Your Family Will Love by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Jan 2013 7:00am Raw Food Recipes Raw Food Health Green Smoothies Tera Tidbits Success Stories Natural Beauty Care Uncategorized Raw Food for Families WISH Summit Wild Foods and Herbal Medicine 3 Weight Loss Secrets Jenny Craig & Weight Watchers Don't ... Read on »
Low Fat Asian Chicken Salad by Billy @ BeerBellyBlog Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:43pm I’ve found another low fat recipe, I think I should just start collecting and sharing these with everyone. I did joke with my buddy that this beer belly blog might turn into some recipe site if I’m not careful because I love food so much! Anyways, I usually don’t like salads because they all taste the same to me. But here’s a recipe that’ll re ... Read on »
10 Delicious DIY Salad Dressings by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 22 Jul 2008 8:03pm Who Needs No-Fat, Store Bought Salad Dressing? Last week we gave you Mark’s2 Minute Saladrecipe and while we learned that many of you are already heartily digging into a big bowl of the good stuff each day (or Kitchen Sink/Really Righteous/Primal salad as variousreaders have dubbed it) there was still a question as to how to dress your sal ... Read on »
Nutritional Yeast Nooch Info & 10 Recipes: Kale Chips, PB Cups, Dips, Dressings, Toppings, Mac-n-Cheeze, Cheezy Nut Pates by LoveVeggiesYoga Posted Wed 10 Mar 2010 3:22pm This Post is about Nooch.   I am frequently asked about it, what it tastes like, and for recipes using Nooch.  This post will give you some info and Nooch Recipes.  Enjoy! Nutritional Yeast = Nooch What is It? From a Foods Alive email I received: - Vegans and vegetarians have used Nutritional Yeast for years as a source of vitamin ... Read on »
3 Steps to a Satisfying Salad by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Jul 2009 4:51pm Ever since I was a child, I loved vegetables.  My mother used to call me a rabbit, and I would call her lucky.  Granted, I was a bit picky in that I only liked my veggies raw, but still, what mother isn’t lucky to have her kid love vegetables? As I’ve gotten older, salad continues to be a huge part of my diet.  Is a matter of fact, most lunch ... Read on »
3 Steps to a Satisfying Salad by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:01pm Ever since I was a child, I loved vegetables.  My mother used to call me a rabbit, and I would call her lucky.  Granted, I was a bit picky in that I only liked my veggies raw, but still, what mother isn’t lucky to have her kid love vegetables? As I’ve gotten older, salad continues to be a huge part of my diet.  Is a matter of fact, most lun ... Read on »