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... anola oil, piled high with sauteed peppers and onions. Then covered with nacho cheese, our homemade sopicy chili sauce, jalapeños, mustard, ketchup, slaw, 'mat ... more
Aug 11 2008 9:06pm
... ), I know that if I were to go into the local Carl’s Jr. and see that the chili-cheese fries had “1410 calories” as the article pointed out - I KNOW it would ma ... more
Jul 27 2008 11:07am
... saturated fat-rich foods that are commonly consumed with eggs (bacon, sausage, cheese and biscuits) that can raise blood cholesterol and increase the risk of h ... more
Jun 18 2008 6:09pm
... eating well. Things in her refrigerator were scary: ie: partly eaten fruits and cheeses with lots of mold. • CLEANLINESS: Her house was dirty (she had been ... more
Aug 14 2008 10:08am
... or fat free milk with whole grain cereal; yogurt with granola or fruit; cottage cheese with fruit; egg whites with piece of toast, tea or coffee), followed by a ... more
Jul 28 2008 8:14pm
... lunteers were restricted from consuming cereals, bread, sugar, milk, butter and cheese. Over the course of the three week study, the volunteers lost an aver ... more
Jun 05 2008 2:00pm
... it that you may be overindulging in, such as cheese.  The cheese and the fat free ranch dr ... more
Feb 09 2009 1:38pm
... self. My guidance is to keep grains to a minimum, if included at all. Cheddar cheese from raw milk? Probably okay. Velveeta? Not so much. Lard? For sure. ... more
Jun 04 2008 5:02am
... as chocolate, cookies, pasta, french fries, cheese, bagels... ANY food) can easily be par ... more
Jan 07 2011 5:19pm