The Paleo diet is based on the theory that our bodies haven’t significantly changed since the Stone Age. As a result, advocates say that optimal health can be achieved by eating the foods enjoyed by the hunter-gatherer tribes who flourished during the Paleolithic era. One of the key benefits of this plan: You eliminate processed foods, so that you’re following a clean eating program, thereby avoiding potentially dangerous ingredients in processed foods such as high fructose corn syrup and white flour. In addition, you benefit from healthy fats in foods such as salmon, olive oil and nuts.
Have you resolved to lose weight in 2013 – but seem to be stumbling? Wishing for a way to support weight loss safely? The latest studies indicate that eating more protein just may be your path to weight loss success.
Give your old-fashioned tuna melt a gourmet makeover by mixing in pre-made pesto sauce and fiery roasted red peppers. Topped with mild Provolone cheese, these sandwiches are served open faced—making a tasty light lunch or the perfect companion to a bowl of soup or healthy salad.
Dress up ordinary baked salmon with a tangy lemon-balsamic glaze and a dash of fresh marjoram. Nestled on a bed of sweet zucchini and thinly sliced Vidalia onions, this salmon entrée is a complete, healthy meal you can make in less than 30 minutes.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, I’m obligated to inform you that Vitacost.com sells a very large number of healthy products – at the moment the number is just over 39,000 and growing!
Even though I’m familiar with many of the items on the site, I still regularly come across new, exciting products (well, they’re new to me!), so I thought I’d share a few with you.
If you’re single, and dinner usually consists of whatever you can find in the fridge (eaten while leaning against the sink), it’s time for a change.
In a world of immense poverty of both food and of spirit, a meal should be a celebration of the blessings of life. You should always treat yourself and your body well.
In The Pleasures of Cooking for One, a cookbook that celebrates the joys of cooking in small quantities, Judith Jones provides recipes for fabulous meals, with variations for “second and third rounds”—Jones’ clever term for leftovers.
This recipe for Baked Bass with Fingerling Potatoes includes a “second round” in the form of delicious Fish Cakes. Celebrate yourself!
Baked Bass with Fingerling Potatoes
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