Can you boil water? Then you can make whole grains a part of your diet. Whole grains are delicious and nutritious, supplying vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. And there are many varieties to choose from besides the all-too-common wheat, oats and... Read more
Eight to twelve cups of water daily, that’s what the SparkPeople plan suggests. Whether you are having a hard time drinking that much water, or just want to drink a variety of beverages (coffee, tea, diet soda, juice), many dieters challenge an... Read more
Your mother always told you to eat your vegetables. We’ve all seen what Popeye can do given a little spinach. Well it’s all true! Vegetables are an imperative part of a healthy diet. Specifically, spinach has some amazing benefits.
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If you’re seeking to reduce your caloric intake, then sugar substitutes are worth a look. Sweeteners like sucralose and stevia are 200 to 600 times sweeter than granulated cane sugar, and they contain 0 to 5 calories per 1 g serving. When used... Read more
Do you feel like you are surrounded by sweets? Cookies, ice-cream, candy, soda and other sugary treats are everywhere, along with the extra calories and simple carbohydrates they contain. For people with diabetes and those trying to cut calories and... Read more
I was hoping anyone who regularly cooks meat-free food could share their dinner recipes.
I have found recipes posted on threads to be better suited to my needs than what I find on Google, pinterest and a range of cooking sites (though I have fo... Read more
I have been trying to eat at the lower but I am so hungry all the time, even though I have been eating a lot of fruits and veggies. I am only on day 3 so I still don't know if I have lost anything or not. But I think I am going to have to go up to th... Read more
I can't seem to reach the suggested 4500 to 6000 mg of potassium, no matter what I schedule to eat. It usually ends up around the 2000 mark, so even if I ate 2 whole bananas I wouldn't be anywhere near the amount suggested. (And I don't much care for... Read more
Water Chestnuts are low in calories and are fat free. They add good crunch to salads & are good in a stir fry. Low in sidoium but high in potassium. The high water content of this food will help reduce bloat. I mix slices in with tuna. Look for G... Read more
Radishes reduce cholesterol and triglycerides. Radishes are high in potassium and helps reduce blood pressure,they are low glycemic, Low in caloires and support healthy digestion. Radishes are a great snack, they are low in digestible carbohydrates... Read more
Perhaps you have heard eating a banana or drinking a glass of orange juice or milk can help relieve the pain of leg cramps. Maybe you have read that a diet high in potassium can help reduce blood pressure or the risk of a kidney stone incident.
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Men's Health Magazine and the authors of Eat This Not That recently released The Saltiest Foods in America 2009 list. They looked at many different categories of fast foods, comfort foods and snacks. What was the saltiest food in America for 2009?P.... Read more
SO..... WHY IS POTATO A BAD THING? I need potassium every day to prevent leg cramps; but all over spark people it warns about white potatoes. ??
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