Seasonal Eating For Your Health In The Winter

Chicken & vegetable soup

Cooking food makes it easier to digest, so the energy that would have been used for digestion can now be available for other functions like warming the body. Longer cooking times, higher temperatures and greater pressure introduce more warming qualities to food than grilling or sauteing; and cooking for a long time on low heat provides more warming benefits than a short time on high heat. The easiest way to eat seasonally is to shop at your local farmers market, join a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) group or just make a list of seasonal produce to keep with you when you shop. Finding entire cookbooks dedicated to a single ingredient can make cooking winter produce even more fun, as youll discover preparations and combinations that may not have crossed your mind. Jacqueline Banks is a certified holistic health counselor and busy mother. Her focus is on helping other busy moms in all stages of motherhood keep themselves and their little ones healthy and happy.
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Healthy eating costs an extra $1.50 per day: study says

Oven chips can be comparatively low in fat but do not have the fibre and Vitamin C of a baked potato. Chip-shop chips have more calories as they absorb fat in the frying process. Healthier option: Baked potato with 1tbsp of low-fat cheese: 164 cals, 0.95g fat. Without butter a baked potato is a low-fat, high-fibre food. ________________________________________ MYTH: Fish is always a lower-calorie option. Fisherman’s pie, new potatoes, vegetables: 563 cals, 26.6g fat.
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Mediterranean diet: Heart-healthy eating plan

Nuts are another part of a healthy Mediterranean diet. Nuts are high in fat, but most of the fat is healthy. Because nuts are high in calories, they should not be eaten in large amounts generally no more than a handful a day. For the best http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html nutrition, avoid candied or honey-roasted and heavily salted nuts. Choose healthier fats The focus of the Mediterranean diet isn’t on limiting total fat consumption, but rather on choosing healthier types of fat. The Mediterranean diet discourages saturated fats and hydrogenated oils (trans fats), both of which contribute to heart disease.
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Healthy eating myths exposed

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Department of Agricultures suggested 2,000 calorie diet. According to the study, the biggest price difference came from the meat and protein choice; healthier cuts of meat cost an average of 29 cents more than less healthier options. Healthier snacks, sweets, grains and fats and oils were also more expensive per serving than less healthy options, but with smaller price differences, the reports authors wrote. The study also noted the price impact of processing food. Additional cost of processing and manufacturing could explain some of the identified variation in price differences; for example, lean beef and skinless chicken require more processing, perhaps accounting for their higher price, the study found.
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