The humble bean is quite the super food: packed with calcium, iron, potassium, B vitamins, plus about a quarter of the protein and half the fiber recommended daily for adults—all in a single serving. According to the U.S. Department of Agricult... Read more
Faster than a speeding bullet…
More powerful than a locomotive…
Nutrient-packed with health enhancing properties…
Here come the SUPER FOODS!
These foods benefit your body in so many ways. They power your brain, and... Read more
Good eating habits are directly related to the prevention of osteoporosis in both men and women. It is often thought that only women suffer from this disease, but this is not true. While women are more prone to develop osteoporosis, men also suffer f... Read more
Fiber is one of the easiest nutrients to incorporate into your diet, and one of the most important. However, many Americans don’t get the much needed 25 to 35 grams recommended daily for a healthy diet. Insufficient fiber intake can increase yo... Read more
If I close my eyes and concentrate, I can still remember how it tasted: The snack that my best friend introduced me to in the 10th grade. So delicious, it soon became part of an everyday after-school ritual. We’d each cut a plain white bagel do... Read more
It seems one of my daughters who is a nurse thinks white potatoes are evil and the only spud you should ever eat is a sweet potato.
I eat white potatoes occasionally because I believe they have some healthy benefits.
367 4... Read more
I just started tracking my caloric intake so I was wondering if someone could help me out with this confusion. I don't want to ruin my body to lose weight and I know that women are supposed to consume a minimum of 1200 calories to avoid starvation mo... Read more
I plan to incorporate more beans in my diet. Aside from my husbands amazing Frijoles de Olla, I don't know what else or how else to make them.
Soooo.... how's about giving up those healthy beans recipes? 4... Read more
My understanding is that it is recommended to eat brown rice rather than white rice for example at dinner if I make rice n beans I should try and use brown rice.
But when I compared the Nutritional content of both I found this per cup:
Cal w... Read more
This might be a silly question, but I'm going to ask.
I did some exercise today where I did as much of [insert exercise] as I could in one minute. I'm not sure how to track it.
My brain confuses reps vs sets.
I did 30 wall push-ups i... Read more
Replace the butter and whole eggs in cookies with equal amount of white canned beans and 2 egg whites; in brownies with equal amount of black canned beans and 2 egg whites. Rinse beans well and then put in a processor or a blender with the egg white... Read more
Broccoli, Cabbage, Celery, Carrots, Black Tea,Coffee, Green Tea ,Cabbage, Water, Jalapenos, Navy beans, White beans, Kidney beans, Lima beans, Grapefruit, Watermelon , Blueberries, Onion, Hot Chili, hot peppers,Cucumber, Apples & Berries, Cayenne Pep... Read more
Each Friday during Lent, the dailySpark is featuring a different meat-free main dish. Whether you observe Lent or not, we can all benefit from learning about alternate, affordable proteins. My boyfriend could live on black beans and rice. He actually... Read more
Most nights I look forward to cooking dinner. I listen to music on my iPod, perhaps enjoy a small glass of wine, and relax as I chop, sauté and braise. Other nights, when I come home starving, teach a late yoga class, or go for a long run... Read more
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