Healthy Butter

The Skinny on Healthy Cooking Oils

…three months. * For light frying, use butter. You may be checking to see if you read that right, and you can be assured you did. If you insist on frying foods (regardless of how bad it is for you), then it’s best to cook with a small amount of butter. Because butter is a saturated fat, it is less affected…

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A Full Day Meal Plan

…-US X-NONE X-NONE Whether, you have just begun to eat conscientiously, thinking of fueling your body, not just feeding it, or have been a long time healthy eater, I’ve devised this full day meal plan for help, advice, and guidance on what a well-rounded and nutritious day’s worth of food should look…

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What's the Deal With Oatmeal?

…readers know, I am a huge fan of eggs. But every so often, I like to mix it up and have some oatmeal. Oatmeal is interesting because, while it is a healthy food choice, it actually has a pretty high glycemic index, meaning it could cause a spike in blood sugar. However, how you eat oatmeal could determine…

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Chunky Chocolate Shard Cookies

…Ingredients * 1 large free-range egg (or equivalent of egg substitute) * 2 tsp. vanilla extract * ½ cup xylitol * ½ cup softened virgin coconut butter (or dairy butter) * ¼ cup 1% milk * 1 cup roughly ground rolled oats * 1 cup rye flour (or whole wheat flour) * 1 tsp. baking powder * ¼ tsp. sea salt * 1…

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Q&A: How To Take Coconut Oil Daily

butter. Mix it smooth. It is almost a confection. * You can also mix it into scrambled eggs or use it to sautee vegetables. * You can also mix it with spices for a rub to put on meat. Now It's Your Turn: How do you include coconut oil in your diet? You May Also Be Interested In: * The Skinny on Healthy

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