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Wild Yam Oil Resources

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Over 100 Super Foods for a Super You

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

Dining Out: Thai Cuisine

Characteristics: Dishes are usually packed with lots of fresh ingredients, and have many hot, spicy, flavorful, along with some sweet and sour options. Common Ingredients: These foods feature chili peppers, rice, noodles, sugar, citr...  Read more

Why Potatoes Are Good for You

The poor potato. It really has gotten a bad rap.   A plentiful crop that's easy and inexpensive to produce, the potato has been a dietary staple across the globe for centuries. (Ireland, a country whose diet once relied almost entirely o...  Read more

Wild or Farmed Fish: What's Better?

These days, an increasing number of health-conscious consumers are choosing to eat fish for its heart-healthy benefits. The American Heart Association recommends that adults eat fish twice a week to meet their needs for omega-3 fatty acids, but how d...  Read more

5 Steps to Strengthen Your Immune System

Your immune system is important. Very much like your own personal army, it guards your body against attacks from invaders (like bacteria, fungi, and viruses), defending against infections and several kinds of cancer. And it’s smart, too, often...  Read more

Do I count olive oil rubbed on skin as calories?
Updated 1/28/2015 10:05:31 AM

I know I probably sound dumber than a box of rocks with this question... but it's something I don't know. Today I started rubbing an Olive Oil mixture on my stomach to help heal some of the stretch marks a little bit (AND because my skin is exc...  Read more

Want marinade recipe for mushroom caps with no oil
Updated 1/16/2015 5:11:54 PM

Anyone know of a marinade recipe for portobello mushroom caps that has no oil in it? Thanks!...  Read more

Do you eat wild game meat??
Updated 1/9/2015 1:17:01 AM

My husband and I are both hunters and we got quite a bit of venison and bear meat this year. It is really hard though to find nutritional information on this. Does anyone else know of where I could find this information because we are thinking of add...  Read more

using coconut oil in recipes - is this good or bad
Updated 1/4/2015 11:36:44 AM

I keep hearing different things on using coconut oil as an alternative in cooking. Anyone with information. Is this a good choice or a bad choice?...  Read more

Raw Coconut Oil
Updated 1/2/2015 7:11:48 PM

I am trying to eliminate artificial and processed foods from my diet. There are many respectable sources that report similar findings on the health benefits of unrefined raw coconut oil. It is 120 calories per tablespoon but due to its molecular st...  Read more

Don't waste food, make the best of leftovers and use produce before it spoils.

Leftover pasta? Scramble an egg, put pasta in pan, scambled together & serve, or take the spaghetti, mix with sauce & put inside of a taco w/ some lettuce and cheese.Stir fry left over veggies, pour over brown or wild rice.Chunk tuna in water with w...  Read more

Wild Rice Is great For weight Loss

Wild rice really isn't rice at all, but rather a long grain marsh grass seed. Wild Rice has often been called "The Caviar Of All Grains". A complex carbohydrate, & belongs to low glycemic index foods. Rice is high in fiber and protein, safe to eat i...  Read more

Wild Game Cooking

People who cook wild game such as deer, pheasant,rabbit,etc....  Read more

'No-Calorie Noodles': Will You Try Them?

Have you heard about the new noodles that have no calories? It's true. These noodles have no calories, fat, gluten or carbs. Made from a soluble fiber derived from a Japanese yam, the noodles have been available in Japan for years. Some health pro...  Read more

Trim Thanksgiving: Sweet Potatoes

This is the first in a series of blog posts about how to slim down your Thanksgiving side dishes and treats. For more information about healthier Thanksgiving cooking, read this article. The poor yam and sweet potato. These brightly colored and antio...  Read more