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Healthy Eating…How to lose weight and eat the foods you love !

No more diets

Welcome back to Carol’s boot camp…Lol… The place where there are no excuses and moderation…

Eating is fun..isn’t it??..

Who tried the Protein shake last week I thought it was lovely… Today it is a lovely Mango and pineapple protein shake..when I get my butt moving and go get some fresh coconut water…my little man must have had a day off yesterday…

But did I come home empty handed…Of course not!

I bought some lovely spicy rice balls…I did only have one though but it was lovely with a little lime juice squeezed over the top a lovely little snack…

Come on then fess up what sort of week have you had???

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Have you been applying moderation… Hands up! Who has tried some of those diets I showcased last week ??? Come on..spill!

This week I am going to let you have an insight into what I eat and what works for me… Starting with my early morning drink, first, one of the day and I like having a mixture of early morning drinks… one-day apple cider vinegar and a shake another day…I like to mix it up and of course coconut water which I love fresh and chilled… What are you drinking??? Have you changed what you drink??? Do you have a new favourite drink?…

Lots of questions today so please speak to me in comments ..Tell me what changes you have made…

Coming soon… I have a treat. for you… Chennie from  AnotherBlog 

Has kindly agreed to do a  Q & A on TOFU… I myself have never tried it, have never had any intention of trying it and know little or nothing about it.

BUT I do know many people cook with it and so to be fair I should be including it on here…Don’t you think??? So stay tuned…All will be revealed next Tuesday…Right here!

Protein Drinks…

As you know anything that man has had a hand in the manufacture of my food always rings alarm bells for Moi… I just don’t believe all this hype and claims that are made about products… This latest news and I am sure there will be more… There always is…But it tells me we should be making our own until it is properly proven to really be a better choice than making Protein drinks from scratch…

http://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/2018/03/01/protein-powders-may-be-damaging-your-health.html

Tropical Sunshine in a glass...Pineapple and Mango Protein shake.

Mango and Pineapple Protein Drink 1

3/4 cup of coconut water (or one of my suggestions from last weeks post)

1/3 cup of greek yoghurt ( cutting down) use natural yoghurt

1/3 cup raw soaked cashews

1/4 cup frozen pineapple

1/3 cup frozen mango

1 pitted date for sweetness( optional) I prefer honey.

Top with a tsp of chia seeds before serving ( optional)

Measure all the ingredients into your blender and blitz away… The colour was amazing a beautiful lemon colour and it tasted very nice.  New to protein drinks like me?… I do not know what they taste like although I have listened to others who say well they don’t taste great I drink them anyway…Really!

I like to drink something which tastes pleasant. Don’t you???

Of the two shakes, last weeks was for me my favourite but I  love raspberries and beets just a tad more than mango. Which one is your favourite???

Just a tip... I freeze my fruit in portions which makes life so much easier ..I also do that will my meat, fish as often I just cook a portion for my self so easy to do and when I worked it saved so much time and it doesn’t take long to do…I keep my own little box of  ONE PERSON sized portions…

What is a typical days food for me??? Yesterday it was…

A glass of Apple cider vinegar with honey and ginger.

A mid-morning shake…I tested the pineapple and mango protein shake…

My lunch was Grapow Moo ( Pork) with cauliflower rice...

Evening meal was Lasagne and salad…small portion.

Drinks throughout the day were water and I had a G & T for my sundowner. and one spicy rice ball… I also walked into town and back about  5km.

I don’t count calories… I just eat small portions and 2 meals a day…

I eat more spicy food than I used to and only 2 meals a day I don’t know if it is my age or whether my stomach now expects less…So far I am healthy, fairly fit, eat what I fancy but ALTHOUGH I don’t diet or count calories I am aware of what I am eating so if I have for example pancakes on Shrove Tuesday I enjoy them and make an adjustment the next day or the following few days depending on what I have eaten or increase my exercise.

It works for me and should work for you…we all have a good idea of good and bad foods …Don’t we? …I don’t use low-fat products as they tend to be higher in sugars. I would just opt for a sensible portion… Moderation in other words…

There are also foods that I don’t eat any more or very, very seldom… I don’t eat takeaways, burgers, processed foods, cake ( very )rarely, I hardly eat bread or potatoes,

BUT I eat rice, white rice, sticky rice, black rice, brown rice I vary my rice and of course cauliflower rice…

Pasta I used to love and now not so much…maybe once a month sometimes not that…If I can get it I love spaghetti squash or courgette ribbons with pasta.

Cheeses… I mainly eat Feta, very occasionally a piece of blue cheese and sometimes a little parmesan/ mozzarella on my pasta.

Fish... I love all fish but make sure it is the best fish I can get and not farmed… Steamed Seabass one of my favourites simple and easy to make

Fish with Lime and fennel

Meat... Chicken and pork mainly…lamb and beef are not readily available here but I eat a very small serving and lots of vegetables which I genuinely like either lightly cooked or raw which is a very popular way to eat vegetables and herbs here.

Sauces I love but make my own from lemons, ginger, chillies and garlic.

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Thai Chilli Dip

 

Eggs I eat probably about 6 per week.

Pickles, garlic, jalapenos, cucumbers, eggs, cabbage and kimchi I tend to snack on…

I hope that gives you a little idea of my diet all fruits and veg/herbs are either grown by us or bought locally and we eat a lot of vegetables … meat or fish and rice would be my smaller portion on my plate the rest would be vegetables and herbs and a dip.

How is your eating plan going? Do these posts help? Are there any particular recipes you would like me to feature???

Next week...It will be Tofu with recipes from the lovely Chennie Huang…

That’s all for this week on No More Diets I hope you have a good week…

No more diets

Thank you for reading this…Let’s do it xxx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Retired no one told me! Weekly roundup…Recipes, ranting and back door trots…

What a week this has been... Have I got the mother of all roundups for you just in case you missed any of my posts…

I started with my recipe for Asian style ribs... And guess what the first time we made them they were awesome but I was the sous chef on that occasion and not paying too much attention…..I was chopping and julienning the ginger and writing down the recipe while taking photos…One’s son was cooking the said ribs… They were AWESOME THE BEST!

Take 2!

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Mum pulled up the recipe and we started preparing the ribs…

There then ensued a conversation as to which soy sauce was used… I had written the recipe down WRONG ….who would think one word would make a difference…Oh, it did! Trust me…. Black Soy…Black Soy Black Soy…I will not be forgetting that!

I have also amended the recipe and apologise to anyone who used just regular soy…

 

I think this was my rant of the week/century I was/ am appalled at the duplicity of manufacturers regarding the consumer’s health.

Plastics the truth…

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https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/plastic-are-you-confused/

Next another of my favourites Gumbo…

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https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/gumbo-a-favourite-soup/

It is also my monthly post over on TRH time and I have started a Culinary crawl through the alphabet..not sure if Esme realises that she has me every month for the next 2 plus years …hahaha

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https://cookandenjoyrecipes.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/the-culinary-alphabet-beginning-with-a/

 

Fruity Fridays!

 

The turn of the Fig…not particularly the prettiest of fruits but very good for you and lovely with bacon but so is everything…Too many and you get the back door trots…but just enough and they keep you regular…

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/16/fruity-friday-the-humble-fig/

 

We then saw the lovely Sally reblog a post very dear to my own heart written some time ago and I am saddened that the problem seems to have worsened rather than got better…

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https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2018/02/18/smorgasbord-blog-sitting-special-life-in-a-cardboard-box-the-chocolate-run-by-carol-taylor/

I then thought this post needed another airing …Turmeric

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https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/19/turmeric-golden-milk/

Phew…I didn’t realise I wrote so much in a week…

Healthy Eating… A cause dear to my heart… no diets, no counting calories, no feeling guilty…Just a good balanced diet and moderation coupled with your chosen exercises…AND

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https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/20/healthy-eatinghow-to-lose-weight-and-eat-the-foods-you-love-2/

 

My Wednesday cookery column over at Sally’s was HOT!

https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/smorgasbord-blog-magazine-the-food-column-by-carol-taylor-for-all-you-hot-curry-lovers/

Next is the very tasty, healthy alternative to rice… Tada…Cauliflower rice…Now just in case you were wondering and thought I was teasing you by showing the Pork and Thai basil dish I ate mine with…so I have added the link for you…

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https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/healthy-eating-cauliflower-rice/

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Until next time stay safe, have fun and laugh a lot xxx

 

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy Eating…How to lose weight and eat the foods you love…

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Welcome to my Tuesday ( Boot camp) where we have sensible conversations on what we eat and enjoy… Yes, enjoy! Let’s do this!

Just to recap on last week what have you been snacking on tell me???

Oh, and did you enjoy your pancakes ??? I did I had two with lime and a bit of sugar and they were delicious…

What did you think of last weeks post??? Which is just below in case you missed it…

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2018/02/13/healthy-eatinghow-to-lose-weight-and-eat-the-foods-you-love/

Did you try any of the snacks or have you got your own go-to snacks??

This week as I know so many of my readers live in colder climes I will give you the recipes for some delicious soups..all healthy, made from scratch and good for you…

This is one of my favourite Thai soups and the first time I have made it. It also brings back memories of a certain lady…Keeleigh who when she visited us could not get enough of this fabulous soup.

You may also notice that it isn’t the bright orange colour of many Tom Yum soups you see or may have had it is because a mix is used and it has colouring in it …If it is this colour it is made from scratch from fresh ingredients no preservatives and colourings.

Tom Yum soup with Prawns

Tom Yum Goon

Ingredients:

  • 2 litres of water
  • 4 stalks of lemongrass
  • 1-inch chunk of galangal
  • 10 kaffir lime leaves
  • 10 Thai chillies
  • 5 cloves of garlic
  • 500 gm Prawns
  • 300 grams of oyster mushrooms
  • 2 medium tomatoes cut into quarters.
  • 2 white onions (medium-sized) cut into large chunks.
  • 1 and a half teaspoons of sugar
  • 7 – 10 tablespoons of fish sauce (depending on your taste)
  • Juice of 5 -8 limes.
  • A handful of cilantro.

N.B Next time I will use shallots instead of white onions and I recommend using the lowest amount of limes and fish sauce and Taste! Adjust if necessary as everyone’s taste varies.

Let’s Cook!

The first thing to do is put about 2 litres of water in a large pot to boil.

Then I like to start by squeezing my limes. This is not the first step of the recipe, but it’s best to have your limes squeezed so when you need them later, you don’t need to rush to squeeze them all.

Take your stalks of lemongrass, and first tear off the outermost leaf and throw it out. Then, I like to use a rolling-pin or the handle end of a knife to lightly pound the lemongrass to release the flavours. Then just slice it diagonally into 1-inch strips or so.

Take about 1 thumb-sized chunk of the root part of galangal, and chop it into slices.

Coarsely break about 10 kaffir lime leaves – no need to cut them, just tear them – which is going to help release their flavour.

Peel about 5 cloves of garlic.

I used about 10 Thai bird chillies for this recipe, but you can use however many you’d like. First, take off the stem, and then you can either just slice them in two pieces, or give them a little pound on your cutting board like I did (just be careful of flying seeds). You can also remove the seeds if you’d still like the chilli flavour but not as much heat.

Throw the lemon grass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, garlic and chillies into the water.

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You can put the lid on just so it starts to boil which releases the herb flavours quicker.

Now prepare your prawns I remove everything except for the tail…..others put in whole prawns…personal preference.

Boil your soup with all the herbs in it for about 10 minutes.

Then add your mushrooms, which you should pre-rinse beforehand.

Cook for 4-5 minutes.

Add tomatoes and onions.

 

Cook for further  6-8 minutes.

Now add prepared prawns and cook for 2-3 mins( if overcooked the prawns will sink to the bottom of the pan. If you get any scum on the surface of soup it’s from the prawns then just skim it off the surface.

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Remove from heat and stir in fish sauce, lime juice, sugar and cilantro.

Taste and adjust if necessary.

This delicious soup is now ready to serve.

 

I hope you enjoy this soup as much as we do and remember to add the smallest amount of fish sauce and lime juice and taste and build on it, taste and build until you get the right level of salty and sour for you 🙂

Thai Rice Soup.

Thai Rice soup

 

This soup is eaten for breakfast, it is given to babies, anyone who is maybe a little unwell or just because they want a comfort food. If you use cooked rice then it will be more like a porridge and how it would be given to babies and also with less seasoning for babies.

If you want a bit more of a substantial soup then add a few prawns and if you are vegetarian just omit the meat and maybe add some pak choi or white cabbage shredded., some tomato…Play with the flavours.

Ingredients:

1/4 cup minced chicken or pork

3 cloves of minced garlic

1 and a half tbsp oil

1/2 tsp salt

2 tsp soy sauce

1 and 1/2 cup of fresh chicken broth

1 cup of steamed rice

1 egg

1 tbsp finely Julienned fresh ginger

1 spring onion finely sliced

1 tbsp coriander chopped

Pinch of white pepper.

Let’s cook!

Heat the oil and add the minced ginger and cook until ginger is golden remove half and set to one side for garnish.

Add the chicken or pork and season with salt and the soy sauce then pour in your chicken broth and the rice. Cook for 3-5 minutes depending on whether you want a soup or more of a porridge.

Turn up the heat and crack the egg in the middle of the rice either sir to combine through the rice or let the egg poach.

Pour into your bowl and top with the garlic, spring onions and ginger sprinkle with a dash of white pepper.

Enjoy!

Two lovely soups ..No calorie counting…I don’t do that… we all have a good idea of what our food contains and whether or not we could eat bowls of it or not…Don’t we???

I eat fairly small portions but if I am still hungry I would have a little more obviously with these soups you don’t eat bread…

I generally never ever feel bloated I eat enough..enough to satisfy my appetite…I don’t count calories..I am old enough to know what is calorie laden and I am not on a diet… It is a lifestyle for me and easy to maintain because …I had my pancakes ..did I not on Shrove Tuesday… I enjoyed them…

That was my treat and no guilt…BUT… I was extra careful the next day and also walked a few extra km.

What I am really saying is MODERATION AND COMMON SENSE…Cheat every day…Who is the loser…It isn’t me…

I do hope this is helping you along with your feeling healthier and eating healthier path… If you have any questions or foods you love and need recipes for ..Ask me…I don’t bite and enjoy my food and my sundowners… But also lose weight or maintain it as now I seem to lose in little bursts…If I feel it needs a kick-start then I up my walking or cut my snacks not that I eat many anyway or will have a soup day.

Until next time eat well but eat sensibly xxx

 

 

Smorgasbord Health 2017 – Winterising the Body – Immune system boosting eating and recovery plan.

Winter is coming and so will the colds and flu be doing the rounds so prepare yourself no one likes feeling ill and under the weather especially me…I very neatly sidestepped a cold just over a week ago..my grandson had a really sore throat then the cold and cough and it lasted for a good week.I had the really sore throat so immediately started taking honey and gargling with coconut oil…oth of which I personally swear by and I had a slightly runny nose for a day..no cough and no mucus so 2 days and all gone..Maybe I was lucky but I eat healthily most of the time..nobody is perfect and exercise regularly and my cold was a non- starter …Sally’s post has some good advice which may prove to be very useful if you succumb to the colds and viruses that can get us all…An excellent post.

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Smorgasbord Health 2017

As we head into October there is the likelihood that you will bump into someone who is desperate to pass on their cold or flu to you.  Whilst you may take every care and have a healthy diet, if you are stressed, overworked, or been on a plane recently!  You might be a perfect host for the odd virus or two.

In the last post I looked at Influenza in more detail as it can move through a family or community rapidly with some serious health concerns for both the very young and old.

The key to preventing upper respiratory infections such as colds and flu developing into the more serious bronchial conditions is to make sure that your immune system is fully functional.

Catching it early

If you are suffering the early signs of an infection, you should understand that it is a secondary condition. The primary condition that…

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Healthy Eating and not so Healthy eating.

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There is so much written about what we should eat and what we shouldn’t eat, how much sugar or salt foods contain, how much of this, how much of that…I can’t blame anyone for feeling like ..What do we eat then?

This small list is not exhaustive but it covers a few of the main food groups things most of us eat or cook with on a regular basis and often there are so many choices for alternatives that we at loss as to what we can replace our regular food with. I hope this makes it a little easier for you.

I am also not going to bombard you with statistics and ingredients we can all look at a bottle or a can to see what is in it…If we don’t know ..google it… ask…question…we should all know what we are eating and feeding our families…It is then our choice as to whether we change or continue.

Sugary drinks: Unhealthy:

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When we enter a supermarket, restaurant or corner shop we are met with chilled cabinets and shelves full of enticing drinks all screaming at you to buy me or the kids are….and that is the difficult thing saying no to your kids or grandkids when the drink bottle shouts Miss Kitty or the latest fad or you have just watched your favorite TV personality endorsing a drink. We all know or should by now know just how much sugar is in them and that is without the other nasties like colouring even the ones that scream I am healthier than the bottle next door..buy me!  They are lying!

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What does this say…???? Is that blue tongue because of something healthy? I think not…

Healthy Drinks:

Expensive I hear you say ….no it is not… Most of what we eat is taught to us…we teach our children, our parents taught us…some folks when they grow older make their own choices…That’s fine…but make an informed choice and try an alternative you may like it.

Water is healthy. Coffee and tea are healthy it is maybe what you put in it which is NOT.

Soda water with ice and lime or lemon is a nice refreshing drink. Freeze some fruit orange slices or pomelo, and pop it in the glass with the soda water..very nice and refreshing.

Papaya,Banana,Lime smoothie

Smoothies using fruit and vegetables that are in season..let the kids help, choose their fruits, make up little bags and freeze the fruit and then they can just pop it in the blender and make their own, it’s fun and healthy, no added sugar just natural sugars. Use fruit in season and add a slice of carrot, tomato, beetroot it makes a lovely drink with no nasties. It also encourages them to eat their veggies…

Pizza: Unhealthy:

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Pizza is one of the most popular foods on this planet it comes in many guises savoury and sweet and the majority of the fat in most pizzas is saturated fat. If you eat too much-saturated fat, you increase your risk for heart disease. Many frozen pizzas also contain trans fat, which is the most unhealthy kind. It raises your cholesterol levels, which can lead to heart damage.

Pizza: Healthy:

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Does that mean you can never eat Pizza again…No!

Make homemade pizza instead ..Let the kids help… Make your own pizza sauce by pureeing cooked, peeled tomatoes with oregano and fresh garlic  Use low-fat mozzarella cheese so that your child gets plenty of calcium from his slice without all of the saturated fat. Skip the pepperoni and high-fat meats and add some chicken or prawns and add their favourite vegetables.  If they like olives even better add black olives for some heart-healthy unsaturated fat. One of my grandsons absolutely loved olives from the age of about one and a half, instead of sweets I used to buy olives…

Make your own base…I have made a cauliflower base and it is lovely, Portobello mushrooms, a sweet potato base..there are so many options for bases but that is another post…..It is all about experimenting and playing with flavours food should be fun and especially Pizza because it really is a fun food ..isn’t it???

You can never second guess a child and what they will like.  Encourage them to help prepare their food…They are more likely to eat what they help prepare.

White Bread and Rolls: Unhealthy:

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White bread is made from refined, bleached white wheat flour and most of the white bread sold in shops and supermarkets is tasteless, sticky and not nice.. it has no real nutrients and converts to sugar in your bloodstream very quickly. You can tell I don’t like shop bread, can’t you ?…. I love good bread.

White Bread: Healthy:

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If you love white bread, opt for a brand that is made with UNbleached white flour. Or try the bread with 100% whole grain unbleached wheat flour–

Or treat yourself to some of the lovely artisan loaves of bread available or make your own..with rapid, instant yeast it is now much easier and there are also so many recipes for sourdough starters…

Also, there is nothing more satisfying than making bread…It is great when your mood is less than happy a bit of kneading that dough works wonders…lol

Fruit Juices: Unhealthy:

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How many of you have bought a bottle of fruit juice and when you read the ingredients it is little more than sugared, flavoured water…Hands up!

Even my favourite coconut juice has been ….. I can’t think of a printable word but…It’s just wrong… Leave my juice alone…

Fruit Juices: Healthy:

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Photo by Kaizen Nguyễn on Unsplash

Coconut juice nothing else just juice and yes I know I am lucky… Or just fresh fruit in soda with ice ..don’t they look pretty?

A lot of the pomegranate and blueberry juices are as yet untouched…give them time…

And water…H2o….Nice and cold there is nothing better.

My advice before you buy read the ingredients or better still take your drink out with you…

Cooking Oil: Unhealthy:

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  • Canola Oil.
  • Corn Oil.
  • Soybean Oil.
  • “Vegetable” oil.
  • Peanut Oil.
  • Sunflower Oil.
  • Safflower Oil.
  • Cottonseed Oil

Are all highly sensitive to oxidation and cause oxidative stress in the human body.

Cooking Oil: Healthy:

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  • Extra-virgin olive oil. …
  • Pure olive oil. …
  • Coconut oil. …
  • Avocado oil. …
  • Butter

One thing I will say is to check your oil if you are cooking at high temperatures because there are varying pieces of advice about some of the oils you can then decide for yourself.

 Margarine: Unhealthy Fat:

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Margarine an imitation man-made fat used for cooking and spreading which is loaded with trans fats. Even the margarines that claim to be “made from natural ingredients” aren’t really natural at all once they have been so heavily processed and heated at high temperatures that the oils have oxidized (which will actually contribute to inflammation in the body, rather than being “heart healthy.”) The debate lingers on still… But tests have been carried out and even rats and ants don’t touch margarine…Doesn’t that tell you something?

Butter: Healthy Fat:

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Butter, on the other hand, is a traditional food that our ancestors have been eating for generations. Butter is a simple, natural food that doesn’t require any heavy processing at all. You could even make it in your own kitchen if you wanted. And, unlike margarine which has only oxidized oils and other ingredients that you probably can’t even pronounce, real butter from grass-fed cows has enough nutrients that it could be called a superfood. (And some ancient cultures actually revered butter as a sacred, life-giving food.)

Butter from healthy, grass-fed cows raised on pasture is an excellent source of nutrients.

Gluten-free junk food: Unhealthy:

Is high in sugar, unhealthy oils, and refined grains. I think that it is abhorrent that manufacturers make foods which they know that many people with a gluten intolerance buy and that is actually very unhealthy. Some people choose to take the label “gluten-free” to mean the same things as “healthy,” which is not accurate.

Gluten-free foods: Healthy:

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Cauliflower rice...

Naturally, gluten-free foods include beans, pulses, milk, yoghurt, cheese, fish, shellfish, fruit, meat, poultry, nuts, seeds, butter, and oil.

I hope this has been of help when you are deciding which is healthier to eat and it doesn’t mean expensive foods it generally means fresh either home-grown or bought from local markets, food in season or food you have made in your own kitchen.

If you liked reading this then please share or reblog and spread the word about good, healthy eating and the benefits.

Some other Healthy Eating posts in case you missed them.

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2017/08/09/healthy-eating-peanuts/

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2017/08/11/healthy-eating-potassium/

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2017/07/31/healthy-eating-but-what-cant-you-eat/

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2017/07/30/healthy-eating-turmeric-drinks/

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2017/07/26/healthy-eating-just-pickled/

https://blondieaka.wordpress.com/2017/07/25/healthy-eating-fresh-herbs/

Until next time stay safe, have fun and laugh a lot as you have heard me say it is free, no nasties but watch out it is catching…lol