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Tip #42- A Piece of Fruit A Day

(Try Stovetop Malted Pears)
Have a piece of raw fruit, such as an orange, apple, blueberries or other treat, either as a snack or for breakfast. It’s portable, so very convenient as a snack or a breakfast on the go. Use fruits as a dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth, but don't eat too much fruit. Two to four servings is fine for most people. Fruit – easy access and easier preparation. read more...

Tip #41 - What is tempeh?

WOULD YOU BELIEVE: Tempeh is not a city in Arizona.
SOME FACTS: Tempeh, a soy-based product, is another good substitute for meat. It is made from soybeans which are packed into flat patties and then lightly fermented so that the beany flavor of soybeans is eliminated and its gassiness is reduced. Tempeh can be read more...

Tip #40 - The Lowest-Fat Soup

Less Oil, Better Nutrition
A valuable tip is to avoid cooking with oil to whatever extent possible, which is most of the time. For instance, a one-cup serving of vegetables sautéed in oil can have as much as 42% of the calories from fat – which greatly diminishes the overall nutritional value of the dish. This isn’t necessary since other ways of cooking work as well and can offer just as much flavor read more...

Tip #39 - The Easiest Gourmet Rice

WOULD YOU BELIEVE: There is a simple way to make rice taste like a "gourmet" rice. It takes no extra time at all. SOME FACTS: Basmati brown rice is a rich and aromatic grain from India. It is known as the "King of Rice" and is eaten by India's elite. I strongly urge you to try this grain. While there are hundreds of different types of rice in the world, this is my personal favorite.Even people who have never tried brown rice more..

Tip #38 - The Lowest-Fat Soup

WOULD YOU BELIEVE: While chicken broth is 1.35 grams of fat per cup, vegetarian broth is only 0.19 grams per cup. SOME FACTS: For most people, soup means using beef, chicken, or fish broth as a base. While this is much better than a cream base soup, you can do even better with a vegetarian broth. You can then add some "zing" by using onions or garlic or pepper, or your favorite herbs and spices. read more...

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