Yes, this recipe includes several fruits and vegetables and is therefore very rich in nutrients, antioxidants, and fiber. Also, the skim milk contributes a fat-free food source that is rich in calcium. Read More
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There’s a difference between an ounce and a fluid ounce. It’s often believed that 1 cup of any ingredient will always weigh 8 ounces. The fact is that only 1 cup of water, or liquids with the same density as Read More
Fruits and vegetables are the best way to include important vitamins and minerals in your diet. Fruits and veggies also have many other health benefits. Check out our Top Ten Reasons to Eat More Fruits Read More
Cherry trees arrived in the U.S. in 1912 as a gift from Japan.
Eat non-starchy vegetables, such as spinach, broccoli, carrots, green beans and tomatoes. Strawberries and grapefruit would be good options for fruits that contain lower amounts of carbohydrates. For more Read More
Does the nutrient content of *milk* made from nuts change from that of the original, raw nut? And, upon straining that milk, is all fiber gone if the pulp is discarded?Tuesday, September 29th, 2009
Almond milk is an example of a milk made from nuts. This milk is made from ground almonds, therefore the nutrient content of the milk would be very similar to that of the actual nut. Pulp is a significant Read More
Eating more fruits and veggies matters when it comes to maintaining a healthy weight—and it may even reduce your family’s risk of many diseases. Every step towards getting more physical activity also matters Read More
I grew up in the South, and my mother didn’t expose us to many vegetables and the ones we had were usually seasoned with pork. If I were to lists my likes and dislikes, could you maybe suggest some vegetables for me to try?Likes: potatoes, corn, lima beans (most beans) blackeyed and purple hulled peas, french style green beans, iceberg and romaine lettuce, onions, green peppers and tomatoes(cooked).Dislikes: english peas (hate), carrots, mushrooms, greens, cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli (unless dipped in fattening dressing), olives,cucumbers, tomatoes (uncooked). I really want to start eating more vegetables but I don’t know which ones to even try or how to cook them.Monday, September 28th, 2009
Check out how to select, prepare and store your favorite vegetables. Also, our Fruit and Vegetable Recipe Search will give you ideas on how to prepare these certain vegetables so you can enjoy them to their fullest.
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