Dig out the blender! (Don’t worry, nothing high-tech.) Throw in a few simple, nutritious ingredients, give it a whirl and you’ve got a super-quick breakfast, snack, or mini-meal. Who can resist these icy cold, frothy concoctions, fondly k... Read more
Yes, it's possible to eat certain foods and boost your longevity. Often labeled "super foods," these foods have the ability to not only strengthen the immune system, but to also fight disease, and lower body fat and cholesterol.
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There was a time in recent history when the closest Americans willingly came to soybeans was by driving through farm country. The only milk you could find at the grocery store came from cows, and the word “tofu” conjured images of bell-bo... Read more
While food historians cannot pinpoint exactly where or when humans discovered yogurt, one thing is certain: People all over the world have eaten yogurt for centuries. Yogurt is made when cow's milk (or dairy-free soy milk) is combined with the li... Read more
So, you’re going to start eating healthy. Congratulations are in order—and so is a trip to the grocery store. Stocking up on some new items is a must. If your pantry is full of healthy fare, you’ll stress less about meals, and you&r... Read more
at only 50-70 calores per two TABLESPOONS and a fabulous taste.......this is now my go to dressing. it is not cheap, bt the flavor would be incredible in a full fat full calorie dressing, much less a low cal fat one. This stuff ROCKS.... Read more
I use Greek yogurt in place of mayonnaise in chicken & tuna salad. Since I also add mustard to my recipe, I can't really tell a difference, but it does save you a bunch of calories and unhealthy fat.... Read more
I am currently sitting here eating plain yogurt with a bit of Splenda. I'm just curious what type of yogurt other people eat (if they eat it at all) and how they doctor it up (if they do).... Read more
Until now, the dailySpark has been reviewing foods one at a time. We're trying something different. We'll review several varieties of one food, then share the pros and cons with you. We won't pick a "winner," because taste is subjective. We will shar... Read more
It’s not exactly a news flash that milk can give you strong bones and carrots help sharpen your eyesight. But what you may not know is that you can get more disease-fighting bang by eating certain foods together. Think Simon and Garfunkel, Fred... Read more
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1 Scald every kitchen utensil that will touch your yogurt with boiling water to kill unwanted bacteria.
2 Whisk 1 cup cold soy milk with the tapioca starch a... Read more
Is the most disgusting thing EVER! It is not tasty at all, but whatever I ate it. Blah, can't wait to eat normal stuff again. I think I'm on week 6? Im not even sure anymore. I feel like it will be never ending and is never going to go away. Every w... Read more
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