Rice offers us B vitamins and roughage. Use a commercial herbed, brown or wild rice product. Continue reading Herbed Wild Rice
By this time of the year, most New Year’s resolutions have long faded. Why does this happen? Here are a few ideas and suggestions that may help you stick to your healthy eating resolutions.
Most often, people try to make too many changes at once, instead of focusing on one or two attainable goals. Take healthy eating for instance. How many times have you sworn off sugar, fat and bread all at once? That doesn’t leave too many foods to choose from! No food should be considered “off limits.” It is best to practice portion control and moderation in eating, but this is easier said than done. To get off to the right start, pick one of the items below and concentrate on making it a habit. When you have successfully made the change in your diet, pick another, until you are personally satisfied with your diet. Continue reading Healthy Eating Post 1
Question: Could you explain the phrase you used in your last answer to ‘Question of the Week?’ “If you take in more calories than you work off, the excess is stored as fat.” Do you mean if you eat 2,000 calories and burn 1,500, the extra 500 calories is stored? Or what? Continue reading More Calories, the Excess is Stored as Fat