I really like asparagus, so I am passing this recipe on. It’s really simple and takes about fifteen minutes to make depending upon how narrow or thick the asparagus spears are. Continue reading “Roasted Asparagus Tasty Delight Recipe!”
I think it’s important for our health to eat lower glycemic meals. Also, I believe it healthier to adopt a diet low in fat. I think high fat diets are responsible for weight gain, cardiovascular and other disease. But, I have read that too many refined carbohydrates can be unhealthy. Yet, on the other hand, some sources swear by eating all the avocados, nuts and olive oil you desire. Hum… Continue reading “Low Glycemic Meal Planning: Life Without Rice, Potatoes And Bread? Seriously?”
I still have reservations about eating rice. But, if you eat white rice, the arsenic level will be universally lower than the brown, no matter where it comes from. We all have to eat something and for me, if it’s a choice between meat and rice, I will choose the rice every time. Of course, you may be different and that’s OK, too. Continue reading “Rice Bowl With Veggie Crumbles And Cooked Spinach Recipe”
My favorite soups are my own homemade pea soup and minestrone soup. When you buy soups from the store, they often have ingredients you don’t want. One ingredient they put too much of in soup is sodium. Most people in the USA consume way over the recommended daily dose. Continue reading “Easier Pressure Cooker Style 30 minute Split Pea Soup Recipe”
I wanted to pay homage to one of my first informational sources concerning health, weight loss and longevity. This was way before the internet, that when you wanted to do your research, you had to go to your local library or bookstore and buy a book. Now, information is at your keyboard. Continue reading “Dr. Norman Walker Health, Weight Loss and Longevity Pioneer”
I am still not sure if wheat bothers me, in that it causes leaky gut and then inflammation throughout my body. It is possible other ingredients within the bread are causing it, not simply the gluten. You might be buying 100% whole wheat, but it may have other ingredients causing you pain. Continue reading “Are You Sure Wheat Actually Bothers You? Or, Is The Culprit Other Ingredients In Your Bread?”
As I learn what is best for me to eat and not, I adjust my menu items. I love soup and always have, it’s just that certain soups have ingredients that aren’t too healthy to consume.
You’d be surprised how good eating simply tastes. When I hadn’t eaten my beans with rice for awhile, and when I tried this recipe, I remembered what I had been missing. I bought a different Continue reading “Pinto Beans, Basmati Brown Rice, Sautéed Onions, Corn And Mexican Salsa Recipe”
I made a big bowl full of potatoes, beans, onions and broccoli tonight and I’d like to share my recipe with you. I steam broccoli for my wife every night and I get any spillover.
Personally, I like everything mixed together in one bowl. I eat simply, but I make my food tasty and it’s naturally low calorie, high fiber and nutritious. Continue reading “Tasty Nutritious Big Bowl: Fried Potatoes, Beans, Sautéed Onions And Steamed Broccoli”
Beans are a good source of fiber, vitamins, minerals and long lasting carbs. It fills you up for hours. They also taste good when you make them right. Making good food doesn’t necessarily take long, and that’s what I like. Continue reading “Fire Roasted Tomato Chili and Beans Recipe”