If you’re carrying around a few (or more than a few) more pounds than are good for you, you may wonder if you should give a detox diet a try. After all, they look very attractive. Just drink some gorgeous juice and lose up to 21 pounds in 21 days, as one famous detox diet promises. Well, before…
You know you need to give your gluten free diet a fair chance and you know that buying gluten free can be expensive- so you ALSO know you need to jump into the Do-It-Yourself mode. Trim Down Club is here to help with a list of 22 gluten free flour alternatives that you can probably…
In Part I, we talked about the physical factors behind holiday weight gain, and discussed how to deal with physical issues. Now let’s talk about the emotional factors behind holiday weight gain, and how to deal with them.
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Ezekiel Bread vs. Whole-Wheat Breads: Which is Healthier? Ezekiel bread may stem from biblical times, but health-conscious trendsetters are taking it on in the 21st century. Its trove of diverse ingredients and sprouted whole grains make an excellent case for it being the healthiest bread around, right? But wait- what about the aisles full of healthy breads in the health food stores? Is Ezekiel bread really the best we have to offer, or is it just one more alternative to white bread? What is Ezekiel Bread? Ezekiel bread is the only recipe you’ll get out of your local bible study group. Originally referenced in the Hebrew Bible, verse Ezekiel 4:9, the bread was intended to nourish those starving in a city under siege: “Take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt; put them in a storage jar and use them to make bread for yourself.” Given the diverse number of natural ingredients, it seems to slip well into both that ancient fight for survival and today’s growing concern
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