It is impossible for us to totally avoid environmental toxins no matter how careful we are. Harmful substances surround us; they are in the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, and in almost all things we taste, touch and smell. Albeit unintentionally and in small doses, these environmental poisons accumulate in our body gradually until it causes us harm. The development of a number of degenerative ailments, such as Parkinson’s disease, ALS, and learning disabilities to name a few, has been linked to our exposure to environmental toxins. Now more than ever, we need to protect our bodies from our polluted world. One of the most effective ways to lessen the impact of these environmental toxins on our health is by detoxing our body regularly. Body detoxification is more than just a diet and fitness trend but has become a healthy way of living. In fact, more and more doctors and health practitioners recommend we practice safe and healthy body detoxification routinely on a regular basis. There are many detox plans that involve pills and chemical emulsions, but what safer way is there to detox the body than through natural detoxification. Natural detoxing is the process of removing harmful substances from our body by eating only special foods for a short period of time. Vegetables, fruits and whole grains give your body a break from processed foods and refined flour, sugar and caffeine. This book is a starter guide to natural detoxification. For those not familiar with natural detoxing, you will find there is extremely helpful info such as the following: • Natural tips for body detoxification • Choosing the product right for you • Homemade remedies to drink • How to stay detoxified By following a natural detox plan frequently over a period of time you will shed pounds, your energy levels will soar, you will improve eating habits, you will improve digestion and you will decrease your risk of diseases. Just knowing these facts, don’t you feel amazingly lighter and better already?
From bag to table, healthy salads have never been easier.
You’ve always known that eating green could be healthy, and now it’s easier than ever. With the abundance of supermarket selections of prepackaged greens, you can create a restaurant-style salad―along with a fabulous dressing―in your own kitchen.
Before bagged blends, a salad with four different types of lettuces was unheard of. Now there are more than fifty different combinations of lettuces, packaged in just the right size, from which to choose. Think beyond iceberg and romaine. The more than one hundred salads and dressings in Simply Salads are colorful, gourmet, and surprisingly simple to prepare. Whether you’re looking for the perfect complement to a main dish or you want a salad that can stand as an entrée, you’ll find the perfect salad, including such winners as:
Asian Salad with Ginger Dressing and Wasabi Peas (page 4)
Jalapeño Chicken Salad with Avocado Dressing (page 40)
Crawfish Salad with Spicy Cajun Remoulade (page 106)
Cheese Tortellini Salad with Sun-Dried Tomato Vinaigrette (page 172)
Professional Organizer and Life Coach Colette Robicheau shares the best ways to live frugally and simply. She shares tips on living a simple, buy nothing, lifestyle. Organize Anything, Robicheau’s professional organizing company, focuses on environmentally sound practices and reducing cost whenever possible. Her low buy no buy philosophy is appreciated by her many clients. If you have any questions, or would like to book Colette to come and help you, visit us online at www.organizeanything.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/organizeanything, on Twitter at twitter.com/organizenow or at our blog: www.organizeanything.wordpress.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
Effort Ways to Loose Weight in natural way without any side-effects. Just follow simple and easy steps mentioned in the book, target small goals and achieve long-term results.
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Contents: ********* The content aims at weight loss tips for women and men. Below are RAPID WEIGHT LOSS TIPS briefly described:: Natural Weight loss Tips: Drink Lots of Water Every Day! Limit your intake of fatty meats Learn Your BMI Losing 1 to 2 Pounds a Week is The MAX! Don’t “Diet” When Dining Out! Get Support Educate Yourself Learn REAL Serving Sizes Tips to help you eat better Go for Quality over Quantity Set Easy to Reach Goals Give BIG Rewards Use Your “Before” Picture as Motivation Take Up a Sport or Hobby Fun Calorie Burning Activities Fun Hand Occupying Activities Get Back in the Saddle! Don’t Give Up!!! Do Not Punish Yourself! Ease into A Healthy Lifestyle Keep A Food Journal Don’t Cheat On Your Journal Entries! You’re Not Hungry! You’re THIRSTY!!! Get Some Shut Eye! Weight Yourself Daily Find the Root of the Problem Pump Some Iron! How to “Survive” a Buffet or Potluck!
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When feeding babies, parents need to think outside the box—or the jar. Infants develop more rapidly in the first two years than they will in any other period of their lives. Over processed foods containing chemicals, preservatives, pesticide residue, and genetically engineered ingredients cannot nourish a growing baby. Infants need fresh, natural foods just like the rest of us.
Eating well can be easy, fun, and inexpensive. “Simply Natural Baby Food” gives you practical recipes to prepare whole foods that won’t tie you to the kitchen. Best of all, your children will learn good eating habits that will last a lifetime. There is a chapter for each stage of a baby’s eating development from first solid foods to fun recipes for toddlers. Tips are interspersed throughout the book to give the reader advice on cutting preparation time, helping baby to gain feeding independence, and getting maximum nutrition into baby’s meals.
The book contains detailed recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, desserts, and beverages, including infant cereals, whole-grain crackers, sugar-free sweets, and non-diary nut and seed milks. Parents will appreciate the imaginative ways vegetables are incorporated into meals. For the child with allergies, many wheat-free, diary-free, and egg-free recipes have been included. “Simply Natural Baby Food” promotes a plant-based diet. Fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, sea vegetables, nuts and seeds are emphasized. There are recipes containing dairy products, fish, and poultry because, eaten in moderation, these foods contain important nutrients, but vegetarian and vegan alternatives are provided for virtually every recipe.
Find out how easy it is to prepare your own baby food. You’ll save money and give your child the best possible start.
Question by FV: Can we solve the obesity epidemic by simply healthy foods in moderate portions?
I was reading an article in Newsweek about fad diets, and one woman, after trying several of these, decided to become a nutritionist. She found out that the best way to lose weight was to eat healthy foods in moderate portions. And I thought, how about that?!
Answer by The Phoresite How stunningly logical. The problem is human stupidity and gluttony. Have you ever tried to reason with an overweight, ignorant slob?
Chef Ming Tsai believes there are four basic needs in everyday cooking today: taste, healthfulness, simplicity, and affordability. So, in this groundbreaking cookbook, his first in five years, he tackles all four. Broken down into seven techniques of one-pot cooking–including braising, wokking, sautéing, high-temperature cooking, roasting, tossing, and soups–SIMPLY MING ONE-POT MEALS offers 80 recipes with Ming’s well-known East-West approach. Every recipe minds its fat intakes and allergens (keeping it healthful); every ingredient can be found online or at your local market, be it a supermarket or green market (keeping it tasty); every dish costs roughly for four servings (keeping it economical); and, for most of the recipes, you’ll only have to use one vessel in which to cook (keeping it simple). Toss a Miso-Shallot Grilled Chicken Frisée Salad, braise Pork Belly and Pineapple, wok up some Black Bean Scallops and Zucchini, flash-fry Turkey Scallopini with a Warm Mango-Cranberry Vinaigrette, roast a Moroccan Lamb Shoulder with Couscous, sauté some Gingered Beef and Leeks, and stew a Three-Bean Chili. Yes, you can make Sweet Potato Raviolis in Thai Basil Brown Butter, Potato-Crusted Halibut with a Shaved Fennel Salad, and Asian Sloppy Joes all in one pot! Every dish is accompanied with a beverage suggestion and a full-color photograph to make your preparation even easier. Whether you’re aiming to feed a family of four on a weeknight, entertaining a dinner party on a weekend, or cooking for one or two for the week ahead, you’ll find inspiration in these quick and simple–yet utterly delicious–one-pot meals.