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The popular author on the subject of healthy diet, Michael Pollan, in his book "In Defense of Food" proposes that if our grandmother cannot “interpret” the ingredients on the labels of food products, we should not use those products.
Oh my gosh, this is a must read for sure. Some labels are easier to read than others, but you almost need to be a dietitian to understand everything on a label.
What I have noticed is that after reading labels with knowledge for a couple shopping trips, it becomes much easier to scan the label and the "bad stuff" jumps out at you more quickly.
You need to drink this amazing anti-cellulite smoothie every morning instead of breakfast a few days and you will get the desired results quickly.
Sounds wonderful! I think all women are ready to get rid of cellulite! Be Gone!
There's no better way to connect with your kids than cooking! The bond with your children will grow even more when you work together in the kitchen. Here are seven quick and easy meals kids can help cook for the family!
I may not be a kid but I do love "easy prepare and cook" meals!
Are eyeglass prescriptions cheaper online, are the glasses? I found out about both when my insurance no longer covered eyeglasses locally!
Unique Kitchen tools! I tell ya, there are so many new small tools and kitchen gadgets that I have to read the label to figure out what they do. A couple I've purchased due to their cuteness and still don't know what their job. ...
7 High Protein, Low Carb Breakfast Recipes--good for gestational diabetes. Im getting tired of just eggs! #breakfast #recipe #brunch #recipes #easy | See more about Breakfast recipes, Protein and Breakfast.
These sound delish! I will definitely try them.
If you ever have too many ripe bananas on hand, freeze them for delicious one ingredient ice cream! This ice cream is so healthy you can eat it for breakfast as an alternative to a smoothie! :)
Yum, now that sounds delicious. I'm kidding of course, but I am not offended by ripe bananas. I usually can't wait for that stage to make my banana bread! www.shrewd-foods.com
Do you love reading the antics of Pioneer Woman like I do. Plus, her recipes are the sweet dessert. Find 4 of her books here plus a couple "have to have" appliances.
Today’s 5 star restaurant secret recipe comes from the Bouchon in Beverly Hills. Bouchon is a high end French bistro and bakery run by chef Thomas Keller. Chef Keller serves up a seasonal F…
OOh la la! This look delish!
Ice works for injuries because it narrows your blood vessels, while heat helps to soothe ongoing muscle aches and pains.
Applying ice or heat can provide relief from injuries, aches, and pains, but they shouldn't be used interchangeably. Generally speaking, ice works well after a sudden injury while heat helps to soothe ongoing muscle aches and pains.
Ice works for injuries because it narrows your blood vessels, which helps prevent blood from accumulating at the site of injury, which will add to inflammation and swelling while delaying healing. This is also why elevation is helpful, since it limits blood flow to the area to minimize swelling.1
A good rule of thumb to remember following an injury is RICE: rest, ice, compression, and elevation. You should generally ice the area for 48 to 72 hours to reduce secondary tissue damage and ease pain.
This is good to know. I'm always unsure and most often just ask Google. http://www.shrewd-foods.com