If You Like Potatoes But Not The Carbs Try Radishes
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If you like those little red new potatoes but don't want to eat the starch try boiling some radishes. They taste so similar and fill you up. Haven't mashed um yet, but I like them with a little salt...Yum...
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Radishes are a diuretic, which helps in increasing urine production keeping the kidneys functioning. A good source of fiber, low in fat and cholesterol and great for natural weight loss. Sliced in salads, as a radish dip, or even as radish juice. The amount of sugar in a radish is somewhat high so don't over due and eat daily....just once in awhile. Unsure about radishes..ask your dietician.
Radishes are natural kidney cleansers & Improves elimination & boosts metabolism Radish juice helps break down kidney stones & stimulates liver function. Radishes act as a diuretic. A radish is low in digestible carbohydrates & high in roughage and water so its great for losing weight. Add these to your snacks as they are low in calories and help digestion
Radishes reduce cholesterol and triglycerides. Radishes are high in potassium and helps reduce blood pressure,they are low glycemic, Low in caloires and support healthy digestion. Radishes are a great snack, they are low in digestible carbohydrates, cleans out the kidneys as they are high in water content and can help regulate metabolism. Radishes can help many disorders, like cancer, Bronchitis and Asthma, and weight lose.
In a small bowl, beat cream cheese and butter until smooth; stir in the radishes, onion, parsley and seasoned salt. Chill for at least 1 hour.
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