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Tip# 34 Smart Snacking

All your life you've probably had people telling you that you shouldn't snack between meals, that it's bad for you, that it will cause you to gain weight. They're wrong. It's not snacking that's bad for you, but rather the foods that are usually eaten as snacks that are the problem. Most of them are high in fat and low on the EMI scale.  read more..

Tip# 33 Zip It! 5-minute Meal!

• A burrito can be as high as 22 grams of fat and 540 calories (Taco Bell® Burrito Supreme).
• You can make a delicious low-fat burrito in as little as 5 minutes.
SOME FACTS: Burritos can be an excellent low- fat way to eat beans. Unlike tacos, they have the advantage read more...

Tip# 32 Osteoporosis Is NOT a One-Nutrient Disease

First of all, the main reason dairy is recommended by USDA is because of its calcium content, and the main reason calcium is recommended is to prevent osteoporosis. The fallacy in this approach is that osteoporosis is not a single nutrient disease. There are many factors that affect osteoporosis, read more

Tip# 31 A Lazy Way to Bake Bread

WOULD YOU BELIEVE: There is a way to make bread without having to knead it. (We all need bread, but we don't have to knead it.) SOME FACTS: Making your own bread can be very easy, if you purchase a new invention, the bread machine. These machines cost between $125 and $300, but they're well worth the price. They make delicious whole-grain breads with little effort on your more..

Tip# 30 What Are Hijiki and Arame?

Hijiki is a delicious string-like or thread-like sea vegetable that is very high in calcium and iron (as are all sea vegetables). It is virtually interchangeable with arame (described next) although it takes longer to cook hijiki.It has a strong ocean aroma that disappears after it is cooked off, so don't let the initial fragrance prevent you from using it. It is delicious with other vegetables. read more..

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