Category Archive: food

Nov 30

Dear Food Diary – 30/11/11

Today, Wednesday, I ate: Breakfast: 8AM 2 poached eggs, free range 2 mushrooms, large, button, raw 1 spoonful of mashed avocado Water Probiotics Fish oil Chromium Lunch: 1:45PM 1/2 kangaroo burger Spinach, raw Sauteed onions Water Snack: 4PM Coconut cream, organic 15 blueberries, fresh 1 spoonful of sunbutter Exercise: 5 mile walk Dinner: 7:15PM Salmon, …

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Nov 29

Dear Food Diary

Today, 29/11/11, I ate… Breakfast: 9AM 1/2 medium banana Sunbutter I woke up around 6:30AM but I was not at all hungry. Those that are reading this and keep up with nutrition advice may be shocked I did not eat something within a 30 minute window of waking up. Contrary to popular belief there is …

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Nov 17

Dear Food Diary

Today, 17/11/11, I ate…. Breakfast: 2 poached eggs Sauteed mushrooms, olive oil Salt and pepper Water Multivitamin Allergy medicine Lunch: Homade grassfed cilantro and chili pepper Leftover spring salad, lemon Mini avocado 3 black olives Exercise: 4 mile walk Snack: 20 fresh blueberries over peach jello Dinner: Grilled Hoki white fish Sauteed cabbage, seasonings, sesame …

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Aug 09

Australian Research: Inflammation

Eating to beat inflammation The worry of wagyu … compared to kangaroo, it may trigger inflammation, say researchers. Before you bite into a wagyu burger here’s some food for thought. Last year when Australian researchers looked at how the body reacts after either a meal of kangaroo or wagyu beef there was an intriguing difference: …

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Apr 29

Herbs!

This article was one of those articles that is too good not to post. Enjoy! 6 Common Herbs and Why You Should Eat Them (Hint: They Don’t Just Taste Good) We typically think of culinary herbs as useful flavorants. They round out flavor profiles, add complexity to otherwise basic dishes, meld with other herbs to …

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Jun 24

Hormone Raises Desire for Fattening Foods

You’re dieting, and you know you should stay away from high-calorie snacks. Yet, your eyes keep straying toward that box of chocolates, and you wish there was a pill to restrain your impulse to inhale them. Such a pill might one day be a real possibility, according to findings presented Tuesday at the Endocrine Society’s …

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Aug 19

Chef’s take on diabetes is personal

Tom Valenti is on the warpath. The New York chef and cookbook author is determined to convince parents — anyone who will listen, actually — that if they want to be healthier they should spend more time in the kitchen. “People need to make time to cook,” said Valenti, who was in Houston recently to …

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Aug 19

Chef’s take on diabetes is personal

Tom Valenti is on the warpath. The New York chef and cookbook author is determined to convince parents — anyone who will listen, actually — that if they want to be healthier they should spend more time in the kitchen. “People need to make time to cook,” said Valenti, who was in Houston recently to …

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May 04

What is in Your Pantry?

I LOVE the grocery store! If I could, I would be a professional grocery shopper. I’d shop often to buy produce in its best shape and compile recipes using nutrient-rich fresh ingredients. While my half marathon aspiration now lives as a memory, my newest goal focuses directly on food choices. I think I have a …

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