Healthy Recipe & Tips- "Health professionals refer to eating healthier as a "Lifestyle Change". I understand now why they are so careful with the wording they chose for this. It's a change that lasts forever and needs to be thought of that way." Cooking With Brenda
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Low Cholesterol Cooking- According to the American Heart Association, healthy cooking is not only what you prepare, but how you prepare it. Follow these simple tips, and you can make dishes that are not only flavorful, but good for you and your heart!
(Added: 7-Feb-2000 Hits: 3090 Rating: 8.62 Votes: 16)
More Healthy Recipes and Tips- "I am sure like I did, most of you had a rough time eating healthy over the holidays. We managed to do fairly well at home, but visiting was when it was hard to resist the desserts and fatty food. The great thing about the New Year is it really can be a fresh start. So, let's go over our new tips and recipes so we can start over on our "lifestyle" changes!"
Cooking With Brenda
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The Skinny on Salt- Salt is an essential nutrient - your body requires both sodium and chloride, and cannot manufacture these elements on its own. This is why there is a human gustatory receptor (taste bud) specifically for salt, forming one of the basic components of “taste”.
(Added: 24-Aug-2005 Hits: 734 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
Tomatoes: A Delicious and Healthy Alternative- Old habits die hard when it comes to dinners at our house. A typical meal before we started eating healthy included
cheeseburgers, French fries, and ice cream for dessert. Oh sure, sometimes I would substitute skillet fried potatoes or potato
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Let's Get Cooking!
While there are many reasons for teaching kids to cook -- less expensive than eating out, preserves family heritage, etc, the most important
reason is that by teaching your child to cook, you're giving him a better chance to be a healthy grown-up. Enabling your child with the ability
to appreciate freshness and to transform ingredients into tasty foods opens their eyes to making wiser choices about what to eat...