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Pack extra nutrition into every bite with these expert tips In 2005, the government's revised Dietary Guidelines for Americans introduced the term "nutrient density," which sounds complicated but simply refers to how much nutrition a food provides. For example ...
May 15 2007 12:18pm
Grilled cheese; without the cheese... Milk; does it really do a body good? It's yummy, alright. And as human beings, we need our calcium. But there are some doctors and nutritionists out there who think we're really not supposed to be ea ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Eating Healthy While Traveling So, I had posted a question regarding eating healthy while traveling. And this trip, I was determined to stick to my guns. I packed healthy snacks (like several of you suggested) and drank plenty of w ...
Jun 29 2007 10:06am
Healthy Kitchen Staples A well-stocked pantry is a good way to ensure you'll get healthy meals at home on days you don't feel like cooking. Here’s a few things to keep on hand: 1. Canned tomatoes. Research shows that ly ...
Sep 10 2007 12:59pm
With your canned tomatoes, make them Marzano tomatoes -- Italian. They are pic\ked at the ... more
Dec 09 2007 4:05pm
Low carbohydrate foods list Hey guys, Found this list of low carbohydrate foods that I thought was pretty helpful if you're trying to watch your carbs: Meat Bacon Beef Chicken Duck Goose Ham Fish ...
Jul 31 2008 10:04am
Thanks a million. I am just starting my low carb diet and was clueless about what foods  ... more
Jul 06 2009 5:44pm
It ain't Cheese, People! I used to love a grilled cheese sandwich. So much in fact, that when I would go out to eat and everything else on the menu looked like it might be bad for me, I opted for a grilled cheese. DID NOT K ...
Aug 23 2007 12:14pm
... home: 2 slices whole wheat bread Jarlsberg Cheese (Self magazine rated it the "Best in S ... more
Aug 27 2007 3:59pm
Don't Cut the Cheese Unless you follow a vegan diet (and I commend those who do), it's very okay to include a moderate amount cheese as part of your dairy intake. It's high in protein, calcium, phosphorus, and vitamins A ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Cheese is one of those tricky items. As long ... more
Jun 29 2007 10:24am
Amy Mac's Halloween Devil's Food Cupcakes with Hazelnut Cream Cheese Icing Ingredients: Devil's Food Cake Mix Eggs or egg substitute Applesauce 1 container whipped Cream Cheese Icing Food Coloring Hazelnut Splenda Flavoring Step 1: Buy a devi ...
Oct 23 2007 4:16pm
They look delicious! Thanks for the great recipe. I have a Halloween party coming up and ... more
Oct 23 2007 6:51pm
Benefits of Eating Cheese Hey - don't move that cheese - not just yet! Cheese is another of those foods that were high on the to-avoid list till some time back. Reason - because ten pounds of milk make one pound of whole milk ...
Jun 21 2007 5:04am
Pineapple, cheese, cherry on a cocktail stick. This is a great cocktail snack, or just something to have in-between meals. Take small cubes of cheese (if you are counting calories, make them really small.) On a cocktail stick (or you coul ...
Nov 12 2007 12:17am