As I write this post I am enjoying a bowl of stone ground grits. Not the instant grits found so often, but real stone ground grits with the little black flecks in it. Killer good cooked with just milk and butter and slowly boiled to a creamy consistency with the grits left just a little firm or […]
Quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) If you aren’t familiar with Quinoa you are in for a treat. Quinoa is a grain from South America that can be prepared like rice. Unlike rice, Quinoa is a whole balanced protein and is high in fiber and is gluten-free. In its raw state it can be spouted in […]
Poop, Crap – have I gotten your attention, I hope so! This article is from Menshealth.com This is very important to read. Our daily allotment of fiber is hard to get unless we concentrate on it. – jug 30 Tricks to Make Fiber Taste Better If a rabbit doesn’t eat enough high-fiber foods, its teeth […]
Another article taken from Men’s Health Mag. The Fat Farm says – This is just the tip of the iceburg! Read your labels. If an item has more than 5 ingredents, think twice about buying it let alone eating it!!!! What is in Your Food? Once upon a time, back when Ray Kroc was […]
Thanks to Steve for his input on caffeine yesterday. All comments, corrections and additions are always welcome. – jug The following information is from an article in Men’s Health Mag: 8:00 a.m.: A Box of Cap’n Crunch A big appetite in the morning is your body’s way of coming out of starvation mode after hours […]
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Here are a few tips to help you decrease your caloric intake without “dieting” or feeling deprived. These are from Sparkpeople.com Don’t eyeball it Studies show that people tend to underestimate how much they really eat every day. In doing so, we consume too many calories without realizing it. Research shows that keeping a log […]