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Healthy Cooking Techniques Introduction Healthy cooking doesn't mean that you have to become a gourmet chef or invest in expensive cookware. You can use basic cooking techniques to prepare food in healthy ways. The methods de ...
Mar 15 2007 11:13am
I am glad to see the topic called Healthy Cooking Techniques. I like the suggestions. ... more
Mar 16 2009 1:31am
Flatten Your Belly Meal Plan British food scientist Monica Grenfell has filled this 3-day meal plan with simple, unprocessed foods. The plan is designed to completely eliminate bloat over the next few days, so your belly will get ...
Mar 09 2007 12:18pm
Don't Get Hit By the Pots and Pans Reports are swirling on the potential dangers of using pots and pans. Not as weapons, although that might cause some serious harm (!), but as cooking utensils that purportedly seep metal into our fo ...
Nov 12 2007 2:30pm
You use non-stick pans so you use less oil, which is bad for yo ... more
Nov 29 2007 8:33pm
Be Wendy to Your Local Peter Pan! I book for a number of rock bands and let me tell ya, sister, there are some boys who never grew up out there! Many of them eat pure crap. They think tomato sauce on a pizza counts as their daily 5 ...
Jul 27 2007 5:55pm
Cooking in Cast Iron Pots and Pans This is a fairly simple way to get some iron in your diet: use iron pots and pans for cooking. This is something I have been doing for a while now. On doing some background research, I discovered ...
Nov 18 2007 11:58pm
Don't be afraid of your bed Only a fellow insomniac would understand why a person might be afraid of his or her own bed! Ok, for those of you who have never tossed and turned, here's the explanation: A person who suffers from in ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Stretching before bed I stretch for 10-15 minutes before bed, sometimes even to soothing music. It means I get in bed a little later, but I find I sleep much more soundly, and feel more rested in the morning.
Jun 30 2007 10:41am
Adults need bed-times too! I've learned from several reliable sources (including personal experience) that going to bed earlier to catch up on sleep doesn't work too well. Often it just takes us longer to fall asleep. Our bodie ...
Jun 30 2007 12:55pm
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Aug 07 2009 4:00am
Hang off the bed If anyoneis suffering from stiff shoulders and neck (aren't we all?!) here is a great way to stretch them out. Lie flat on the bed, facing the ceiling. Slowly slide your body to the edge of the b ...
Jul 30 2007 10:28pm
I didn't do it for 10 minutes. I did it for about 3 to 5 just to get a feel for it. Bu ... more
Sep 05 2007 8:42pm