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Soybean Uses Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Soybean Uses.

Find the Joy in Soy

What exactly does that little soybean do? Turns out that it is a nutritional powerhouse, and although no governmental guidelines have been issued as to how much you should consume a day as part of your healthy diet, most researchers and health pr...  Read more

So Many Ways to Enjoy Soy!

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

Tofu 101

So you’ve heard of tofu, maybe you’ve read about it, and perhaps you’ve even seen it at the supermarket or hanging around the appetizer table at a party. But even though you know it won't hurt you—and you might even li...  Read more

Dining Out: Japanese Cuisine

Characteristics: This cuisine features smaller portions that are lower calories and lower fat (IF you avoid fried options) and emphasizes rice and soybean products. Sometimes features tabletop stir-fry cooking, some foods are fried, but most ar...  Read more

Reduce Asthma Symptoms with Omega 3s

Omega-3 fatty acids seem to be good for everything, and a new study of their effect on exercise-induced asthma is yet another example of the benefits of this healthy type of fat. A study at Indiana University found that adults with mild-to-moderate p...  Read more

Hellooooo! (Yes, I used my Mrs. Doubtfire voice)
Updated 7/10/2014 1:32:55 PM

Hi there! I heard about SparkPeople through a fitness blog I adore (ericadhouse.com -- she's such a plethora of fitness knowledge and inspiration!). I've had issues with my weight since I was a pre-teen. I've done Weight Watchers a few times, whic...  Read more

Girls names using last letter as first
Updated 7/6/2014 1:29:59 AM

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Using Fitbit and HRM separately?
Updated 6/18/2014 9:10:23 PM

Hey everyone! I'm looking to buy a Fitbit. {after all the research, it seems fitbit is the best overall it is just missing a heartrate monitor} Has anyone bought a separate HRM to use with the Fitbit or do you track everything separately? ...  Read more

Ankle pops when using elliptical. No pain though.
Updated 6/16/2014 10:31:05 PM

Why does my right ankle pop when I use the elliptical? It doesn't hurt. Should I be concerned or just keep going? Sometimes it will pop with every step....  Read more

What you USED to eat.
Updated 6/1/2014 8:49:10 AM

A co-worker offered me an extra sausage, egg & cheese crossiant from BK. Usually, I'd have no hesitation in accepting it and downing it without a second thought. However, I did my research, went online and looked. Glad I did. Calories 500 Prot...  Read more

Good Oil

Cooking with Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil. Coconut Oil has no trans fatty acids. It helps with cholesterol control, help support the adult immune system and may help to contribute to a healthy gastrointestinal tract....  Read more

Pierogi's with Spinach and Feta Cheese

Pierogi's with Spinach and Feta cheese are now available by Mrs. T in the frozen aisle. 4 Pierogi are 180 calories, 1 sugar, and 31 carbs. I add a side of Green Beans and some sour cream for a great dinner. I fry them to make them crisp, but they...  Read more

GoodLife Go-ers!

For those of you using GoodLife Fitness Centres as your tool to get fit! It's a good day!!...  Read more

Meat-Free Fridays: What in the World is TVP?

Each Friday during Lent, the dailySpark will feature a different meat-free main dish. Whether you observe Lent or not, we can all benefit from learning about alternate, affordable proteins. It looks a bit like cereal, but it smells saltier and tastes...  Read more

Meat-Free Fridays: Time to Try Tempeh

Each Friday during Lent, the dailySpark will feature a different meat-free main dish. Whether you observe Lent or not, we can all benefit from learning about alternate, affordable proteins. Read the rest of the series here.So I converted some of you...  Read more