Celiac Disease Diet: 5 Things to Avoid
By JAN ASHBY
Hi, I’m Jan, and I’d like to ask you a question – hope you don’t think I’m nosey.. but here it is: “Did you know about the following five foods – that they’re potentially bad for your health..?”
It makes sense to me that store-bought juices aren’t the best way to go – simply because you can control things, if you use a juicer at home – or a Bullet, or a blender.
Yes, it’s appalling but true — you don’t know what is in those damn fruit juices at the store – additives are waiting for the unsuspecting. Do some research about a product before you blindly buy it !
Hope you’re well. Today I’d like to share my special “HEALTHY SNACKS‘ Board at Pinterest.
Why do I recommend it? It has some truly inspired ideas (like Overstuffed Veggie Sandwich with Sprouts), a Chunky Guacamole recipe, “16 Healthy Nighttime Snacks” for you to explore..
PLUS it features a Mediterranean Tuna Salad that’s fantastic (espec. if you use HIGH Quality tuna). And additionally, Copykat P.F. Chang’s green beans recipe & a neat dessert that’s healthier called “Healthy OREO Cake“.
Food Steamers: How Healthy are They?
First of all, a food steamer will retain the cellular structure of food tissues – so that you can retain those vitamins and minerals. It is a gentle method of cooking, to be sure.
It is practically as healthy as the Raw Food diet (or as close as one can get). Did you know that steamed veggies keep most of their flavonoids, so you can be HAPPY about that. Flavonoids are useful to us, as they are able to reduce free radical damage to our cells.
Actually, they provide us antioxidant benefits. This passage, taken from Whole Foods, explains it: