Health experts agree that we need to eat more whole grains for optimal health. But most people don’t know what whole grains are. They have been shown to reduce the risks of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and obesity, but knowing the he... Read more
Have you walked through the bread aisle lately? What used to be a few shelves of loaves is now a full-length aisle of cellophane-wrapped confusion. It used to be simple to bring home a loaf. Now it requires concentration, patience and reading glasses... Read more
Using a new method, researchers have discovered that whole grains like corn, whole wheat, oats and brown rice can have as much–or more–antioxidant, anti-cancer activity as vegetables and fruits. Previously, the antioxidant potential o... Read more
Let's face it. Kids are hard to please, especially when it comes to food. It's not uncommon to constantly deal with picky eaters and wee ones who want the same thing over and over and over again, and snack ideas are sometimes challenging to d... Read more
When a virus enters your body, one of three things can happen:
The virus can die, OR
Your immune system can activate and kill the virus, OR
The virus can survive, multiply, and produce a cold or the flu.
How do you kee... Read more
1.corn storages fat
2.bread any kind you should only eat fresh bake bread like quiona whole foods . Have it or a bakery
3.bananas high in sugar only eat items in the berries family
hope this help you eat better will sent more tips later... Read more
So just wondering if anyone knows, if I replace all-purpose flour with white whole wheat flour for holiday baking, will it make my cookies really dense like whole wheat flour does or will they cook similar to as if I used regular all purpose flour???... Read more
I want to make this breakfast bread as a gift for a friend who is needing to make health and dietary changes. I do not have experience in baking. My question is about substituting the different types of flour.
www.spoonfulofsugarfree.com/2011/08... Read more
Baking mix is an easy pantry staple—because it includes leavening and shortening, you can quickly transform the mix into pancakes, biscuits or quick breads by adding liquid (usually milk and/or eggs). Did you know how simple it is to make... Read more
It’s National Burger Month and you’re probably wondering why SparkPeople is celebrating a food with such an unhealthy reputation. The reason is that SparkPeople sees beyond the calories, fat, and sodium to a tremendously fun and flexible... Read more
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