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Americans are obsessed with protein.  We worry if we are "getting enough.”  And if we start to reduce our meat intake in favor of more vegetables and grains, we really worry we’re not getting enough.  Because “fat” and “carbs” are perceived as bad, food companies proudly tout the grams of protein on their highly-processed breakfast cereals

Americans are obsessed with protein. We worry if we are "getting enough.” And if we start to reduce our meat intake in favor of more vegetables and grains, we really worry we’re not getting enough. Because “fat” and “carbs” are perceived as bad, food companies proudly tout the grams of protein on their highly-processed breakfast cereals

If beans were superheroes, their name would be MIGHTY BEANS because they provide so many health and nutritional benefits! Beans are a low glycemic (low GI foods are slowly digested and absorbed, resulting in more stable blood sugar levels), energy sustaining complex carbohydrate and an excellent source of protein, essential vitamins, minerals, and soluble dietary fiber. They are low in calories, fat and sodium and can help with weight loss or weight management.

If beans were superheroes, their name would be MIGHTY BEANS because they provide so many health and nutritional benefits! Beans are a low glycemic (low GI foods are slowly digested and absorbed, resulting in more stable blood sugar levels), energy sustaining complex carbohydrate and an excellent source of protein, essential vitamins, minerals, and soluble dietary fiber. They are low in calories, fat and sodium and can help with weight loss or weight management.

Health Concerns About Dairy - "Clinical research shows that dairy products have little or no benefit for bones...It is possible to decrease the risk of osteoporosis by reducing sodium intake in the diet, increasing intake of fruits and vegetables, and ensuring adequate calcium intake from plant foods such as kale, broccoli, and other leafy green vegetables and beans."

Health Concerns About Dairy - "Clinical research shows that dairy products have little or no benefit for bones...It is possible to decrease the risk of osteoporosis by reducing sodium intake in the diet, increasing intake of fruits and vegetables, and ensuring adequate calcium intake from plant foods such as kale, broccoli, and other leafy green vegetables and beans."

Well For Culture: Why Natives Shouldn't Go Paleo

Well For Culture: Why Natives Shouldn't Go Paleo

The food guide does not ensure that you will get enough vitamin B12, iodine, and vitamin D. So…       •Make sure that your food choices include:  ◦2-3 servings per day or foods fortified with vitamin B12 OR  ◦A daily chewable B12 supplement providing at least 25

The food guide does not ensure that you will get enough vitamin B12, iodine, and vitamin D. So… •Make sure that your food choices include: ◦2-3 servings per day or foods fortified with vitamin B12 OR ◦A daily chewable B12 supplement providing at least 25

Skip ropes. Not breakfast.

Skip ropes. Not breakfast.

Low Carb Recipes

Cutting Back on Carbs? Try These Recipes

Low Carb Recipes

Bešamel recepty česky

Bešamel recepty česky

Vegetarians and vegans get sufficient protein from plant-based sources, including whole grains.

We don’t need as much protein as we think we do

Vegetarians and vegans get sufficient protein from plant-based sources, including whole grains.

This page is for information only to tell you how I follow the low fat, whole foods, plant-based diet. It does not constitute advice for you or anyone else. The things I do are: I eat a raw vegetable...

This page is for information only to tell you how I follow the low fat, whole foods, plant-based diet. It does not constitute advice for you or anyone else. The things I do are: I eat a raw vegetable...

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