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GO FISH!

Fish is a wonderful source of protein and Omega-3s. It's lean and it's a healthy alternative to fattier meats.
Fish is generally inexpensive and may be bought fresh locally for added benefit.

- Submitted by LIFENPROGRESS 7/12/2011 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments
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George Foreman veggies

I love my George Foreman grill. First I spray a coating of olive oil. Then I put on the fresh veggies. LOVE sliced zucchini and asparagus on the grill. I sprinkle on some Greek Seasoning. Then George does the work. Healthier and quicker veggies.

- Submitted by TEXASGAL53 1/5/2011 in Cooking | 2 Comments
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eat less bread

bread turns straight to glucose, plus it has a lot of sugar in it. Ditto for anything made with white flour (w. wheat flour does too, but not quite as quickly). white flour comes from wheat too.

Make your sandwiches open face (leave off the top piece).
grill or stir fry will mean you eat less bread
skip the burgers when you're out at a sit down, or remove the bun and eat with a knife and fork.
at chinese places, go for steamed vegetables or the soups instead of the noodles or fried rice.

- Submitted by JOSIEB27 1/4/2011 in Weight Loss | 4 Comments
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Fire Up the Barbecue!

It's that time of year! Grill up some bell peppers and stuff them with brown rice, roast eggplant slices and top with a mix of Greek yogurt and fresh herbs, or grill up zucchini slices and toss with homemade vinaigrette!

- Submitted by HOLISTICDETOXER 5/27/2010 in Cooking | 1 Comment
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Clean up that George Foreman Grill!

A quick way to clean up your grill is to get a clean dishrag or washcloth, wet and put it on the grill right after the food is done. The steam from the wet rag will help soften the hardened "bits" making it easier to clean up after your meal.

- Submitted by WIGIME 3/30/2010 in Cooking | 1 Comment
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