Archive for the ‘Low carb’ Category
www.healthyfitmom.com I created a low carb grain free recipe that my kids and I enjoy. Here is the recipe 1 cup of ground dessicated coconut 1/4 ground golden flax meal 5 pastured organic eggs 1/4 cup of coconut oil 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda 1/4 teaspoon of salt 2 drops of non bitter stevia Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix together coconut, flax, salt and baking soda. Mix well enough so most of the lumps are gone. Add wet ingredients (eggs, stevia, coconut oil). Mix well again. Place batter in a buttered pan. Bake for 30-35 minutes until knife comes out clean.
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Tuna Salad – Calories 116 Full Recipe On: www.DietHobby.com TheYouTube Grandma cooks Learn how to make simple and tasty food that can be good low-calorie, low-carb, high-protein options to add to your diet. Get this and other easy, fast and yummy recipes on my website www.DietHobby.com; DietHobby is a lifestyle guide to weight-loss and maintenance from Dr. Phyllis Collins JD My Channel: www.YouTube.com ……………..My Playlists: Ask Grandma: bit.ly Recipes: bit.ly Words of Wisdom: bit.ly Tips and Tricks: bit.ly On My Mind: bit.ly Ingredients: 1 can of water-packed tuna 1/4 cup raw chopped celery 2 Tablespoons raw chopped onion 2 Tablespoons dill pickle relish Dressing: 1/4 cup light Mayonnaise 1 teaspoon mustard 2 Tablespoons rice vinegar 1 or 2 packages Splenda Salt and pepper to taste Directions: Mix tuna, celery, onion and relish together. In a separate bowl mix together Mayo, mustard, rice vinegar, splenda and salt and pepper Pour dressing over tuna mixture and stir together. Makes 3 servings. 1/3 = 1 serving 1 serving has: Calories: 116 Carbs: 3 grams Protein: 14.3 grams Background music: Porch Swing Days by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blogger Jimmy Moore and his wife Christine wanted to share just a few of the REAL FOODS you should be eating and enjoying as part of your low-carb lifestyle in the latest installment of their popular “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb on YouTube” series. In Episode 75, Jimmy and Christine show you how to enhance the quality of your low-carb menus by including fresh locally-grown produce as well as locally-raised Vitamin D-rich eggs from a farmer’s market www.localharvest.org , some local omega-3 fatty acid-filled grass-fed beef http , and local raw milk that has not been homogenized or pasteurized www.realmilk.org . Most of what you get from your local grocery store or supermarket is mass produced, highly manufactured, from cooped up animals, and grain-fed. EWWWW! Yes, these higher quality foods may be a little more costly now, but the dividends to your health make them so worth it! And YOUR HEALTH is worth the added expense, right? Keep watching “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” and send us your comments and questions at email@example.com anytime. Visit Jimmy Moore at his http blog, www.TheLivinLowCarbShow.com podcast, and his discussion forum at http for even more education, encouragement, and inspiration about the amazingly healthy low-carb lifestyle!
Popular LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blogger Jimmy Moore and his lovely wife Christine begin their brand new YouTube video series by talking about their own personal low-carb weight loss success stories. These two are a real hoot together! Keep watching “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” and send us your comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org anytime. Visit Jimmy Moore at his www.LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blog, http podcast and www.LivinLowCarbDiscussion.com forum for even more education, encouragement, and inspiration about the amazingly healthy low-carb lifestyle!
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If you missed the challenge from LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blogger Jimmy Moore recently where he urged his viewers to try giving up the taste of “sweet” for one month, then go back and watch Episode 56 to learn more about it: www.youtube.com In the latest installment of the wildlypopular “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” series, Jimmy shares an update on how the “Sweet”-Free Challenge is going after the first 10 days. Did he lose weight? How’s he doing with the cravings? Did he cheat on it at all? Watch today to find out how this great experiment is going! And be sure to check out his daily menus blog from December 1-31, 2008 to see exactly what he ate during this challenge: lowcarbmenus.blogspot.com Keep watching “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” and send us your comments and questions at email@example.com anytime. Visit Jimmy Moore at his http blog, www.TheLivinLowCarbShow.com podcast, and his discussion forum at http for even more education, encouragement, and inspiration about the amazingly healthy low-carb lifestyle!
That always innovativeLivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blogger Jimmy Moore and his amazing wife Christine take the “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” series out of the studio and into their kitchen to make some mouthwatering low-carb fried chicken, baby! You’re not gonna believe how gorgeous this turns out and Jimmy captures all the action using his new Flip camera available on Amazon: www.amazon.com Here are the basic ingredients you’ll need for the recipe you see in Episode 25. This is a good one that your entire family is gonna want, so get your ingredients and make this chicken! JIMMY’S LOW-CARB FRIED CHICKEN RECIPE 4 Perdue’s Perfect Portions Chicken www.perdue.com 4 Eggland’s Best Eggs www.egglandsbest.com Long’s Fry It Right http Nutiva Coconut Oil store.yahoo.com Make some low-carb magic in your kitchen creating this awesome recipe that Jimmy and Christine just absolutely adore. ENJOY! Keep watching “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube” and send us your comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org anytime. Visit Jimmy Moore at his www.LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com blog, http podcast and www.LivinLowCarbDiscussion.com forum for even more education, encouragement, and inspiration about the amazingly healthy low-carb lifestyle!
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tinyurl.com — Enter Dr. Atkins and the low-carb diet craze currently sweeping the nation. Whereas low-fat diets like Pritikin and Ornish warned followers against eating high-fat foods like steak and eggs, Atkins followers avoided the carbohydrates that are the mainstay of a low-fat lifestyle. Not surprisingly, low-carb diets have come under attack by everyone from low-fat diet proponents to scientists and the media. In “Diet Wars,” Talbot speaks with science journalist Gary Taubes, who wrote a controversial article for The New York Times Magazine that questioned whether the food pyramid was wrong and limiting carbohydrates was the way to go. “I got crucified in a variety of publications,” Taubes tells FRONTLINE. “A Washington Post reporter went after me, the Center for Science in the Public Interest went after me because suddenly I turned around and said, ‘Maybe low-fat diets don’t work and maybe low-carbohydrate diets are the answer.’” Taubes admits to being surprised by the ferocity with which his article was attacked. “People are more polarized on this than they are in politics,” he says. “I’m stunned.” What most nutritionists and industry experts do agree on is the fact that America is facing an obesity problem of epidemic proportions. “This is the public health issue of our generation,” says Dr. James Hill, director of the University of Colorado’s Center for Human Nutrition. “[When] you see 65 percent of Americans are overweight or obese, what amazes me is that …
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Jimmy Moore from www.livinlavidalowcarb.com interviews Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, a medical doctor from Sweden who is treating patients with obesity, heart disease, and diabetes with a low-carb, high-fat diet (LCHF). He runs the #1 low-carb blog in the world at www.kostdoktorn.se and joined a group of American low-carbers on The 3rd Annual Low-Carb Cruise to the Bahamas in March 2010. Dr. Eenfeldt talks about how he stumbled upon low-carb diets after reading the work of New York Times science writer Gary Taubes and then finding a physician in his home country of Sweden named Dr. Annika Dahlqvist who uses low-carb nutrition to help her patients. Today he is an avid supporter of the science behind carbohydrate-restriction and believes the “low-fat fad” is coming to an end. He shares encouraging words about the “paradigm shift” happening regarding fat and especially saturated fat and that people will soon realize it is the carbs they need to be most concerned about. Don’t miss Dr. Eenfeldt’s new book on LCHF coming in the Fall 2010 and join us on the 2011 Low-Carb Cruise to meet him in person. Sign up now at http and you’ll hear from this amazing man. Also, be looking for Jimmy Moore’s upcoming podcast interview with him coming later in 2010 at www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com For more information about healthy low-carb living, visit www.livinlavidalowcarb.com
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