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Running Things Smoothly. Peaches.

peaches

SharePeaches for Smoothie. 1 fresh peach, peeled and pit removed, or 10 frozen peach slices (Unpeeled nectarine may be substituted.) 1⁄2 cup low-fat milk 1 tablespoon frozen orange juice concentrate Artificial sweetener (optional) 4 to 6 ice cubes. Combine peach, milk, orange juice concentrate and artificial sweetener (if desired) in blender or food processor. Cover and blend until smooth. Gradually …

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Fast, faster and fastest! Americans have a new recipe for home cooking.

almond milk smoothie

Share Today’s cooks are marching back into the kitchen, demanding more creativity in menus and convenience from food suppliers. Our menus and recipes are intended to fulfill this desire. We include exciting new recipes for main dish salads like South of the Border Chicken Salad, accompaniments like Avocado Potato Salad and breakfast items like Banana Split Muffin Sundae. Meal replacement …

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Happy New Year, Diabetics. Invest In A Hip Flask!

paleolithic lifestyle

ShareKeep a hip flask of cold black tea with you. Go with a Paleo food. If you are hosting a party then you will be hailed as a great trendsetter. It is actually easier to serve fresh unprocessed food.  It cuts down on your stress.  Cut cheese in cubes, have olives, nuts and other lovely fresh nibbles. Make yourself feel …

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Whole High-Carb Foods are Extreme Cruelty.

whole wheat bread

ShareAnother fat storing food, is WHOLE WHEAT BREAD, shockingly! Breads, pastas and “comfort foods” all add up to making it very hard to get lean and healthy. Comfort foods are usually those “high-carb” meals we all love, including Apple Pie, Cakes, Muffins, Pastas and Pizza. If you love these foods and don’t want to give them up, as it turns out, …

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Eggs. Not A Suitable Candidate For Worship.

Diabetes and Eggs

ShareType 2 Diabetes mellitus is increasing in prevalence globally and is becoming a world pandemic. As consumption of eggs is related to the development of some chronic non-infectious diseases, investigations have been undertaken to identify if an increase of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus could partly be related to habits of egg consumption. Researchers found a step-wise increase in risk the …

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