Gut bacteria is very important for our health. That’s why it’s essential we get enough natural fiber in our foods. And, kale qualifies. But, it’s a good idea to cook your kale, not have a huge salad of it. Why? Continue reading “Can Eating Too Much ‘Kale’ Cause Kidney Stones?”
If you are a woman, you especially know about the so called ‘woman’s intuition’. This goes for females knowing which foods their ‘bodies’ need. My wife does this all the time, so we men are ‘advised’ to take a listen to them when they seem to ‘crave’ certain foods. She naturally somehow gravitates to what she needs to eat ‘nutritionally’. Often, just before it’s Continue reading “Official Weight Loss Blogging’s Green Smoothie”
I am always searching for, but usually creating my own new recipes I feel are healthy. The recipes on my site is how I eat all the time.
Have you ever seen the salt content in the so called ‘lean’ TV dinner meals? This is why I make all my food from scratch. It’s the only way you can ever know exactly how much of ‘whatever’ is in it! Continue reading “Fried Potatoes and Lemon Kale with Green Enchilada Sauce”
If you don’t already know, I love potatoes. I am always looking for easy to make recipes. Also, kale is amongst the most Continue reading “Potatoes, yellow squash, green beans, spinach & kale with lemon and tomatillo sauce”
Here’s one of the most nutritious leafy green you can eat. It reminds me sort of like spinach. I think kale goes well with potatoes. I have another recipe very similar to this one, but it uses broccoli instead of kale.
This recipe is naturally low in Continue reading “Micro potatoes, steamed kale with sautéed onions and mushrooms”