Low Glycemic Meal Planning: Life Without Rice, Potatoes And Bread? Seriously?

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?”

Going ‘Meatless’ Recipe: Rice and Bean Tacos

I recently stopped eating the ‘crumbled soy’ I made tacos with. And, I just had to find something new because of my love for hard shelled tacos. It’s always difficult to stop something when it becomes habit, especially when it tastes good. What did I do? Continue reading “Going ‘Meatless’ Recipe: Rice and Bean Tacos”

Is Processed Soy (Fake Meat or Textured Soy Protein) Good for You?

I have heard that traditional soy products which are naturally fermented like tofu, miso, soy sauce and tempeh are better for you than processed soy like the fake or phony meat. Continue reading “Is Processed Soy (Fake Meat or Textured Soy Protein) Good for You?”

Healthy Food: What if there still is something Bad in it?

If Healthy Food has something Bad in it should you keep eating it? You might be thinking if everything has something bad in it, what is there left to eat? Or, some might think if everything’s bad, why bother, just eat what you want and don’t worry about it. Yet, if you are concerned about your health and weight loss there are a few things to consider…
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