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Wild Blueberry & Oatmeal Muffin - Eggless by A2Z Healthy Vegetarian Cuisine Posted Sat 04 Jun 2011 1:44pm Know What you Eat: Wild Blueberries may be small but they pack a healthy punch! Sweet, tangy and intensely blue, Wild Blueberries are rich in phyto nutrients — antioxidants such as anthocyanin, as well as anti-inflammatories. These natural substances, found in fruits and vegetables, are believed to protect against disease and promote healthy ag ... Read on »
Oatmeal is good food by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:32pm San Francisco Vegan Chiropractor Comments: I was surprised to learn that oatmeal is one one the least eaten foods available in the world. This is pretty amazing when you consider how good oatmeal is for you, how good it tastes, how cheap it is...and how easy it is to make. As I wrote yesterday...I was at a buffet breakfast recently at Di ... Read on »
Oatmeal: As a Quick Nutritional Snack by woodspg Posted Sat 02 Apr 2011 8:07am I have been wanting to do a post on healthy snacks (like oatmeal) that contain less than 250 calories. One option is the Starbucks version. A recent NY Times article by Mark Bittman  trashes the McDonalds version but the key is what your adding to it in terms of toppings that can make it less healthy. I have tried the Starbucks version a f ... Read on »
Book Review: “Nutrition At Your Fingertips” by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Sun 30 May 2010 11:59pm By Elisa Zied Review by Scott Keith Phosphorus. Magnesium. Selenium. Manganese. Are these just vague terms to you? Do these remind you of that colorful Table of Periodic Elements poster from your high school science class? You’re probably guessing that these elements are important for good health. But how important are they? Regis ... Read on »
Summer Blueberry Muffin Oatmeal with Mila by Dawn H. Posted Sun 20 May 2012 10:27am Blueberry Pie Oatmeal Growing up, my parents and I would go camping regularly in Sandwich Massachusetts which is on Cape Cod.  Every visit to Shawme Crowell State Park we would visit a little restaurant called the Marshland to get a dozen blueberry muffins. They were big and soft and sweet and ... Read on »
Oatmeal Smoothies by HappyHealthyRunner Health MavenFacebook Posted Wed 14 Mar 2012 3:46pm After getting harassed on Twitter yesterday by these lovely ladies I figured I had to post something otherwise they might start a riot. Of course, if it means they’d come banging down my door I’m not sure that’d necessarily be a bad thing because at least then we could all hang out, but that’s beside the point… Anyway, Melissa told m ... Read on »
Review: Top shelf ingredients let you rest assured that your nutrition is covered by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jul 2013 7:08pm Triathletes are bombarded daily with suggestions, directives and advertisements for nutritional supplements to use in addition to their regular diet to account for the extra stress of training and racing and to enhance the effects of the caloric burn. Want to bike harder, run faster? Take this super duper supplement that increases your this ... Read on »
Practical Nutrition: An Interview with Dr. John Berardi, CSCS by PJ S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm In this great interview with Dr Berardi, we cover the basics of practical nutrition and some of the principles of his Precision Nutrition system. Prepare to learn a few practical nutrition and lifestyle tips from the master himself! PS: John, what are some of the latest practical tips you have come across that can help the everyday, pressed ... Read on »
SoLo Low-Glycemic Nutrition Bars | Energy and Protein Bar Reviews by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Nov 2008 10:50pm The endorsements for SoLo Nutrition Bars from athletes are impressive, but how does this low-glycemic nutrition bar hold up in the taste and nutrition department?  SoLo Bar Rating Scale: 1-5 (1 Being Worst and 5 Being Best) Flavor: 4 Texture: 3 Nutritional Profile: 4.5 Overall Rating: 3.8 Would You Eat It Again? Yes. Price: ... Read on »
Slow Harvest Protein Oatmeal Recipe by Cassandra F. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:00pm I'll be honest and admit that it's been awhile since I've eaten oatmeal in the morning. Usually, I have eggs, egg whites and Ezekiel bread because it takes less time to prepare. But, this week I had a few mornings where I had enough time to cook oatmeal and enjoyed it on a cool Fall day. I don't use a microwave, and also only use slow-cooking ... Read on »