After 50, its time to de-junk the diet
So heres the thing: We all know we should eat the right foods. But we all grew up eating the wrong ones – like meat and potatoes, pasta and meatballs, bacon and eggs – and thats what we like best.
New Soul Food Recipes for the Holiday Season
Thanksgiving celebrations, holiday gatherings, Pastors Anniversaries, Womens and Mens Day Celebrations, Sorority and Fraternity meetings, National Community Conventions and family reunions are all well-known community gatherings that take place during the holidays that have food as its centerpiece.
Mission: Possible: Re-creating readers favorites
Sometimes you have to fake it. And fake it. And fake it again, until you get it right. Which is what FOODday did to come up with recipes for three favorite Portland cookies -- which readers frequently request but companies wont share.
Diet books add a taste of religion to weight loss
Theres not a diet book worth its salt substitute that attempts to reform the body without enlisting the mind, that powerful ally in the battle to lose weight. But these five books, and a great many more on the bookstore shelf, go a step further, calling on the soul as well.
Delicious Gluten-Free Recipes That Feature Everyday Ingredients
Nearly Normal Cooking™ For Gluten-Free Eating by Jules Shepard is a mouth-watering collection of recipes for those suffering with celiac disease (PRWeb Dec 2, 2006)
Medium-sized Polyps Yield Significant Number Of Advanced Adenomas And Cancer
According to a University of Pittsburgh-led study published in the December issue of Gastroenterology, medium-sized polyps found in the colon with flexible sigmoidoscopy and subsequently evaluated by full colonoscopy are associated with a significant number of advanced adenomas (high-risk polyps) and cancers.
Recipes That Can Change Your Mood
If youre struggling with depression but dont want to take medication you may find the answer on your plate. Click inside for recipes to improve your mood.
Living well, the French way
Last year Frenchwoman Mireille Guiliano made a worldwide splash with her book French Women Dont Get Fat, with a recipe for healthy living that was simple enough. Eat three meals a day. Move. Eat smaller portions. Eat lots of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Eat real yogurt. Drink lots of water. Enjoy the occasional treat. Move.
Making the holidays healthier
Whether youve been naughty or nice when it comes to your meal choices, the triumvirate of holidays doesnt mean you have to give up entirely this fall and winter.
This weeks focus is on Japanese food.