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Astounding Facts About Saturated Fat

Astounding Facts About Saturated Fat | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it
A new book makes that case that the low-fat obsession has made us less healthy

 

It's nutrition dogma: saturated fat is bad for you. However, in 2013, a prominent cardiologist argued in BMJ that the long-held advice to reduce saturated fats has actually increased the risk of obesity and heart disease.

 

Nonetheless, it will take more than a few studies to sway the court of public-health opinion, but for now. Here are 6 astounding facts about saturated fat:

 

1. The war against fat was started by one man
2. Reducing fat has caused us to eat more carbs, which is not good
3. That’s true even of supposedly “healthy” unrefined carbs
4. Women have been particularly hurt by the demonization of fat
5. We shouldn’t be so quick to ban trans fats
6. We’ve been eating saturated fat for thousands of years

Read more about the 6 facts here:
http://time.com/96626/6-facts-about-saturated-fat-that-will-astound-you/


Read the BMJ article here:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/behindtheheadlines/news/2013-10-23-saturated-fat-link-with-heart-disease-questioned/


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Great resource with lots of nutritional facts!

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Yoga Shown to Boost Brain Power in Older Adults

Yoga Shown to Boost Brain Power in Older Adults | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it
“ Sedentary older adults who began practicing hatha yoga three times a week for eight weeks experienced a boost in working memory, according to a new study by the University of Illinois.”
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Hungry Girl: The Only Grilled Chicken Recipe You'll Need For Labor Day - PEOPLE Great Ideas

Hungry Girl: The Only Grilled Chicken Recipe You'll Need For Labor Day - PEOPLE Great Ideas | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

I love the simplicity of this impressive recipe. Plus, it has a pretty Italian name — sure, it just translates to “grilled,” but your neighbors don’t need to know that. And best of all, it’s so easy: You just marinate it for two hours, and then pop that poultry on the grill.

In Casino, De Niro’s character Ace Rothstein quipped, “There are three ways of doing things around here: the right way, the wrong way, and the way that I do it.” I’d like to add one more… the Hungry Girl way! I stick with straight-up skinless chicken breast, rather than the quartered birds. (Sorry, fatty dark meat.) And all that oil in the marinade? Hardly necessary, with all the flavorful ingredients. My slimmed-down recipe is serious business.

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State could do more to help low-income women access cancer screenings ... - vtdigger.org

State could do more to help low-income women access cancer screenings ... - vtdigger.org | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

Vermont is one of four states that appropriated no money for breast and cervical cancer screening programs in 2013 or 2014, according to recent report.

The state, however, is still performing the screenings through the Ladies First program for underinsured or underinsured women, according to Nicole Lukas of the Vermont Department of Health.

The program is funded by a federal grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which requires a state match. Vermont meets that requirement by paying providers the Medicare Part B rate for participants’ cancer screenings.

As a result, the state doesn’t need a separate appropriation to pay for the program. The CDC makes similar grants to programs in every state through the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program.

The report was authored by the American Cancer Society’s advocacy arm, the Cancer Action Network, which released state-by-state report cards this week that show Vermont earning good overall marks, but lagging in state support for women’s cancer screenings and physical education requirements.

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Try a homemade alternative to harmful pesticides around your home - The Express-Times - lehighvalleylive.com

Try a homemade alternative to harmful pesticides around your home - The Express-Times - lehighvalleylive.com | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

Nobody likes pesky critters running around their garden. That's exactly why there are currently more than 17,000 pesticide products for agricultural and nonagricultural use on the market, according to Rodale Institute.

In recent years pesticides have been linked to causing damage to human eyes, skin, nervous systems and more. The dangers of pesticides are exactly what caused the Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation to create the Toxic Free Kids initiative.

According to Greg Anderson, founder and CEO of the Cancer Recovery Group of Charities, Toxic Free Kids was created in 2009.

"It was a response to a challenge given to us by the parents of a boy who died from a neuroblastoma, a type of brain cancer," explains Anderson. "They felt fertilizers in their orchard business was the cause of their son's death."

Learning more about the dangers of pesticides became priority for Toxic Free Kids. The initiative suggests using biodegradable liquid soap, water and lemon or orange juice as a homemade alternative to a commercial pesticide.

Pesticides are designed to kill unwanted garden visitors such as bugs and weeds. Though effectively killing off pests with harsh chemicals, pesticides also pose risks to humans, Smallwood says.

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Mental health care 'in dark ages'

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Mental health services for young people in England are "stuck in the dark ages" and "not fit for purpose", according to a government minister.


Norman Lamb told BBC News he was determined to modernise the provision of psychiatric help for children.


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Lose Weight Fast: 15 Ways to Lose Weight Without Trying

Lose Weight Fast: 15 Ways to Lose Weight Without Trying | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it
Want to lose weight fast? Do these expert-approved no-effort tweaks and watch the pounds melt away

 

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7 Health Benefits of Blueberries - DrAxe.com

7 Health Benefits of Blueberries - DrAxe.com | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

Blueberries are absolutely one of my favorite foods to eat. I try to eat them every day and just love them in my morning Blueberry Superfood shake!

Native to North America, blueberries are rich in proanthocyanin, the natural antioxidant that has been proven to fight cancer, lose weight and give you glowing young skin.

Natural medicine has long held that these round purple berries give long-life and health benefits that far exceed their tiny size.

Blueberry Nutrition Facts

Blueberries are one of the most nutrient dense foods in the world and contains large levels and a broad range of antioxidants. The ORAC score of blueberries is an incredible 9,621 which makes it one of the highest antioxidant foods in the world. Consuming just one cup of blueberries will provide you with the following nutrients:

  • Resveratrol
  • Gallic acid
  • Lutein
  • Zeaxanthin
  • Vitamin K (36%)
  • Vitamin C (25%)
  • Manganese (25%)
  • Fiber (5g 17%)

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Organic skincare products are one of the fastest growing markets in the health movement…..

You no longer want to keep using mainstream commercial products, when they contain chemicals that actually can cause skin problems for some sensitive individuals.

Practicing natural skin care is one of the best ways you can improve your skin and stay healthy. Maintaining your skin through daily natural treatments is imperative for healthy, young beautiful skin.

 

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Your new migraine remedy: A simple and inexpensive herbal tincture

Your new migraine remedy: A simple and inexpensive herbal tincture | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it
The feverfew began blooming this year and my son announced, “We need to pick some of that for my headaches.” My head jerked around in his direction. “Really? How did you know feverfew is good for headaches?” He couldn’t remember. In my quest to get this emerging teenager outside with me and engaged in projects, […]
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Simply Scratch » Homemade Stromboli

Simply Scratch » Homemade Stromboli | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

Stromboli basically is a pizza rolled up into a loaf and baked. Really, it’s as simple as that.

I like to fill mine with smear of pizza sauce {although adding the sauce is not considered authentic, but who gives a care?} then I add layers of three kinds of meat and lots of mozzarella cheese. Truthfully you could stuff this with just about anything and call it good… errr stromboli. I mean, sausage, peppers and onions… you name it. The sky is the limit my friends.

In fact, that may be a post in the near future.

Besides being super versatile, what’s cool about stromboli is that it can be lunch, dinner or a yummy appetizer at your next party. Just be sure to serve it up with a bowl of the warm homemade pizza sauce for dunking, you know… to make the whole experience complete.

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Why Taking A Vacation Can Make You Better At Your Job

Why Taking A Vacation Can Make You Better At Your Job | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

A 2014 Oxford Economics Assessment of Paid Time Off in the U.S. showed 42% of employees with paid time off finished the year with unused days, leaving an average of 8.1 days unused.

Small business owners are especially bad at taking time away. According to the 2013 Sage Reinvention of Small Business Study, 43% of small business owners are taking less vacation time than five years ago.


The fact that we don't use all of our vacation time isn’t all that surprising. After all, getting away for a few days or weeks can be overwhelming when it feels like stepping away from the office will create a painful backlog of work when you return.


But what if stepping away from the daily grind made you better at your job?


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Today's virtual world that works makes it possible for anyone who wants to travel abroad making it a lifestyle...

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This is a good one! Nothing like a vacation, a week away from work, with your family or your co-workers. What matters is the change, change of atmosphere, the adventure activities, the star-studded sky above you, and the fresh air you breathe, enough to recharge your batteries, and yes inspire you with new ideas and thoughts!

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Make Homemade Almondmilk

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Making your own almondmilk is very easy—just plan ahead to allow time for soaking the nuts. The best dairy-free smoothies on the block are around the corner. Sweeten with a little honey, if you like. (It's easy!


Method: 

Put almonds in a bowl and cover by several inches with cold water. Cover and set aside at room temperature to soak overnight or 10 to 12 hours. Drain and rinse almonds. 

In a high-speed blender, blend almonds with 3 cups water until thoroughly combined. The mixture will be very frothy. Strain through a cheesecloth, a fine-mesh strainer or a nut-milk bag. Store almondmilk in the refrigerator and use within 3 days. Stir each time before using. 

The leftover almond pulp can be used for baking or added to oatmeal or smoothies.

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Bacon squash quiche

Bacon squash quiche | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

First off, let me talk to you about a little friend of mine called Spiralizer. It’s da bomb– and I don’t use that term lightly.

Spiralizing is my new hobby. It’s a healthy hobby which means that I eat way more vegetables. If you’re not familiar with how it works, you put a vegetable on a a machine like this one, turn the crank and the blades will cut your veggies into noodle shapes.

It’s perfect for hiding veggies in foods and for making salads.. in fact, I’ll be sharing a few more tutorials over the next several weeks with my favorite ways to use it!


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11 plastic-free skin care products worth buying

11 plastic-free skin care products worth buying | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

What’s the point of buying non-toxic skin and body care products if you’re left with a pile of non-recyclable plastic containers that will sit for centuries and leach toxins into a landfill? A growing number of people may be rejecting conventional products in favour of safer ones, but more attention needs to be given to packaging.

The problem is that packaging is not nearly as glamorous as the product itself, and a customer’s desire for the product will often outweigh concerns about packaging. Organic Monitor, a marketing research firm, made this observation a few years ago: “Although packaging has the highest environmental footprint within the realm of cosmetics products, it appears to be largely ignored when beauty companies look at sustainability.”

Despite this, I do believe the tide is turning ever so slightly. Some companies, particularly small and homegrown operations, are starting to think about the entire lifespan of their products. It is possible to find biodegradable, recyclable, and reusable packaging, if you look hard enough. This list is hardly comprehensive, but at least it’s a start and can hopefully point you in a fresh direction when shopping.


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8 Truths To Accept Before You Can Be Happy

8 Truths To Accept Before You Can Be Happy | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it
Many of my coaching clients first come to me looking for the epiphany: that instant moment when you have it figured out, and all of the emotional pain is wiped away with clarity. Sometimes it happens
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The Decisive Marriage

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Do you have a decisive marriage?

New research shows that how thoughtfully couples make decisions can have a lasting effect on the quality of their romantic relationships. Couples who are decisive before marriage — intentionally defining their relationships, living together and planning a wedding — appear to have better marriages than couples who simply let inertia carry them through major transitions.

“Making decisions and talking things through with partners is important,” said Galena K. Rhoades, a relationship researcher at the University of Denver and co-author of the report. “When you make an intentional decision, you are more likely to follow through on that.”

While the finding may seem obvious, the reality is that many couples avoid real decision-making. Many couples living together, for instance, did not sit down and talk about cohabitation. Often one partner had begun spending more time at the other’s home, or a lease expired, forcing the couple to formalize a living arrangement.

“Couples who slide through their relationship transitions have poorer marital quality than those who make intentional decisions about major milestones,” Dr. Rhoades and her colleagues wrote.


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Pregnant Women Should Just Skip This Fish Entirely, Says Consumer Reports

Pregnant Women Should Just Skip This Fish Entirely, Says Consumer Reports | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

New research from Consumer Reports shows that pregnant women should avoid all tuna, contrary to the Food and Drug Administration's description of light canned tuna as a fish "lower in mercury."

"Tuna happens to be one of the fish that can be very high in mercury, and some types of tuna have higher levels than others," Jean Halloran, Director of Food Policy Initiative at Consumer Reports told The Huffington Post. "The type that tends to get used in sushi is often very high, but even canned light tuna, which tends to average pretty low levels and is generally one of the safer fish to eat, occasionally has these spikes of high levels of mercury."

Because pregnant woman can't tell which individual cans may have higher levels of tuna, Consumer Reports recommends that pregnant women simply skip all tuna throughout their entire pregnancy.


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4 Sure-Fire Ways to Include Raw Foods Into Your Diet Everyday - One Green Planet

4 Sure-Fire Ways to Include Raw Foods Into Your Diet Everyday - One Green Planet | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

Including lots of fresh, ripe fruits and vegetables into your diet comes with a variety of benefits such as easy weight management, lower cholesterol, and less risk for health problems like heart disease or diabetes. The more fresh foods you include in your diet, the less room there is for the bad stuff, too. And because most fruits and vegetables taste great, it doesn’t have to feel like a chore when you ensure that your diet is filled with them.

Whether you’re interested in eating a high raw diet overall or you just want to take advantage of some extra energy by including a few raw foods into your meals, it’s easy to maintain a diet including raw foods once you get the hang of it.

Choosing fruit for snacks and including a smoothie into your day are great starts, but you can include raw fruits and vegetables into each of your meals with the help of these tips and tricks: 

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Mental Exercises, Not Meds, Keep Brain Fit

Mental Exercises, Not Meds, Keep Brain Fit | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it
A new review says that supplements such as ginko will not help cognitive decline, and physical exercise is not great. Mental exercises, however, may enhance cognitive function.

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Battling Crohn's Disease

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Last week, a woman’s holiday photo went viral as she revealed her colostomy bag as she posed in her bikini.

And fellow Crohn's sufferer Jessica Grossman is adopting the same body confidence tacti through her popular blopg.

Jessica, from Ontario in Canada, was diagnosed with Crohn's disease when she was eight years old.

Now 24, she has been a trailblazing campaigner for women with ostomies, inspiring them to embrace their ‘second chance at life’ through her initiative Uncover Ostomy.

 

Jessica’s childhood was spent in and out of hospital, with overpowering medications and extreme diets as she battled the illness.

“Eventually, I turned 13 and found myself still extremely sick, in an immense amount of pain, and not getting any better. I was weak, I was tired, and I was isolated in a hospital bed," she told Independent.ie.

A surgeon told her that if she did not undergo an operation to have her colon removed, she would die.

This was the first time Jessica heard the word 'ostomy', as the doctor explained that she would have an artificial opening in her organs after the procedure.

“After surgery and recovery, I went back to school.I told everyone what happened. I stood in front of the class and explained my surgery, and even showed them ostomy appliances. No one said anything bad (to my face, at least).”

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Walking improves mood, eases fatigue in those with Parkinson's disease

Walking improves mood, eases fatigue in those with Parkinson's disease | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

ednesday that people with mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease may improve their motor function, mood, fatigue levels and more by taking regular aerobic walks.


“The results of our study suggest that walking may provide a safe and easily accessible way of improving the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and improve quality of life,” the lead author of the study said. Dr. Ergun Uc of the University of Iowa and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Iowa City and colleagues published their findings in the journal Neurology.

The researchers tracked 49 people ages 50 to 80 who had mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease. They wore electronic heart and walking speed monitors, and were asked to keep a diary of their exercise. Some walked in groups, others on their own. Their average walking speed was 2.9 mph.


Over six months, improvement came in aerobic fitness, as it would for most people. But the researchers also reported improvements -- outside of those from any medication -- in motor function, fatigue levels, mood, aspects of executive function and quality of life.


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If only people stopped thinking about exercise and just 'do it'.  It's only a matter of walking at a moderate pace for 30 mins a day, and your day pans out that much better. It isn't rocket science, the benefits far outweigh the detriments of snoozing that time away in the morning. So next time you roll over and check the clock in the morning, ask yourself this question, how well do I want to live my life?  Then get up and go for that walk.

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How to Make Natural Homemade Sunscreen - Wellness Mama

How to Make Natural Homemade Sunscreen - Wellness Mama | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

In the event that I’m going to be out in the sun for much longer than my skin is used to, it is often easy enough to just put on a hat or shirt to shield my skin.

If none of these options are available, for instance, on a day at the beach in early summer before I’ve been in the sun much, I will very occasionally use natural sunscreen. I’m yet to use it this year, and hope not to at all, but I wanted to share my recipe so that if you are in the sun for extended periods of time this summer, you have a natural option.

This would also be a more natural alternative for really young children, those taking medication that increases sun burn risk, or those who burn very easily.

Just to clarify, even though this natural sunscreen smells great and is naturally moisturizing, I don’t recommend using it daily since the Vitamin D you get from the sun will be more beneficial in the long run!

Many of the ingredients in this recipe have a natural SPF but since this is a natural recipe and has not been tested by a regulatory organization, I can’t make any claims or even guesses as to the combined SPF. The individual ingredients that are naturally SPF are:

  • Almond Oil- SPF around 5
  • Coconut Oil- SPF 4-6
  • Zinc Oxide SPF 2-20 depending on how much used
  • Red Raspberry Seed Oil SPF 25-50
  • Carrot Seed Oil –  SPF 35-40
  • Shea Butter – SPF 4-6
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Homemade Sorbet Recipes

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Light, sweet, and easy to make, find 15 homemade sorbet recipes including strawberry sorbets, chocolate sorbet, lemon sorbets, and more.


The beauty of sorbet lies in its simplicity: It’s basically just frozen water or juice sweetened with fruit, chocolate, liqueur, wine, or even fresh herbs. Unlike sherbet and ice cream, sorbet typically contains no dairy, making many of these recipes a good choice for anyone who is lactose intolerant or vegan. From fruity strawberry sorbet to decadent chocolate sorbet, find the perfect recipe to satisfy your cravings for a frozen treat.

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Homemade Herbal Vapor Rub to Relieve Coughs and Congestion

Homemade Herbal Vapor Rub to Relieve Coughs and Congestion | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

Seeing our children suffer from a cough is no fun at all. However, coughs have their place in healing and should usually not be suppressed. If we prevent a cough from doing its part in recovery, we can set our child up for a much more serious illness. What starts out as a simple cold could quickly turn into bronchitis or pnemonia if mucous is allowed to settle in the chest.

At times, a cough can interfere with recovery when it causes severe irritation and prevents our child from getting adequate rest. We can ease our child’s discomfort while still allowing a cough to do its job.

Soothing herbs and honey protect the throat from dryness and irritation, but don’t “turn off” the brain’s response to cough like some cough remedies do. Propping a child slightly helps to prevent the infection from settling in the lungs. Steam, poultices, and chest rub salves help to break up the chest congestion and make our child feel better fast.


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DIY Oatmeal Face Mask and #giveaway!

DIY Oatmeal Face Mask and #giveaway! | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

finally made a visit out to the garden yesterday to get some serious weeding done. Sorry I don’t have any before and after photos, but just picture weeds up to your knees covered in thorns and thistles attacking all of my delicate carrot and lettuce seedlings.

They’re bullies, I tell you.

They got me too.

My hands are covered in scratches and blisters. My shoulders are sunburnt. My back is killing me.

Just to be clear, I’m not complaining. My life is pretty fantastic and if these are the hardest parts of my day I’ll gladly take it! It’s just that as a busy mom I don’t get a lot of time to take care of me.

I mean, honestly, the most indulgent part of my day is when I do the dishes, and that’s because the Dawn dish soap that I use actually moisturizes my skin unlike the other detergents that just dry it out. (To be frank, I had my doubts that it would work on my ultra worked hands, but it really did!)

Since I spend about 50% of my day doing dishes, I guess that means I spend a lot of time pampering myself, ha!


Anyway, if you’re short on time but ready for a tiny bit of pampering try this recipe. I’m including a video tutorial (a Vlog! our first! did you see me up there?!) plus a printable recipe annnnd we’re also doing a giveaway! So many good things packed into one tiny blog post!

Read more: http://homegrownandhealthy.com/diy-oatmeal-face-mask-and-giveaway/#ixzz35cN3G5DB


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Grain free hotdogs with homemade remoulade - A Tasty Love Story

Grain free hotdogs with homemade remoulade - A Tasty Love Story | Health & Fitness | Scoop.it

Because life is too short to miss out on hotdogs…

It is as simple as that. It is the sole reason for this weeks recipe. No matter what food philosophy and which food preferences you have – some meals as hotdog, pizza, burgers, pasta etc. are to die for and making great alternatives to the original is of major importance (at least to me)!
So here we are looking at one tasty hotdog. This meal screams summer, world cup celebration, BBQ night, hungover happy meal, friday night fun etc. I am a sucker for all these originally bread based classics and hotdog is no exception. The star in the hotdog is no discussion the sausage, so here it is up to you to choose a really great one. I go for the organic ones with cool added ingredients as wild garlic, leeks, dried tomatoes or herbs. And I always choose the one with the highest content of meat.
If the meat is the star the co-star must be the bread and here we are relying on the flatbreads, a recipe I shared a couple of weeks ago. But I have enjoyed hotdogs wrapped in salad or cabbage leaves as well, which are great and lighter alternative and great if you do not have time for baking the breads. But if you want something that truly fills you up and get veeery close to a classic hotdog I would go for the flatbreads.

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