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Jamie Oliver’s Ultimate Veggie Burgers

Jamie Oliver is all about the veg: Watch him make his roasted black bean burgers with a Zingy Salsa! (Visited 120 times, 1 visits today)

Vance’s INCREDIBLE 365-day Weight Loss Transformation will BLOW YOU AWAY!

Vance’s INCREDIBLE 365-day Weight Loss Transformation is a video we found on YouTube. If YOU want to see Vance’s TRANSFORMATION, watch this inspirational video! We’ll check in with him from time to time to see how he’s doing! (Visited 220 times, 1 visits today)

Secret Veggie Burger Recipe

The Secret Veggie Burger Recipe and ingredients that Chef David Lee uses to make his Planta plant-based burger. Chef David Lee talks to White Coat, Black Art’s Dr. Brian Goldman about what goes into one of his restaurant’s top seller and what spurred Lee on to plant-based eating. (Visited 206 times, 1 visits today)

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Don’t Give up on Exercise!

Why do so many of us give up on exercising? For all the abundant messaging seen on and off the Internet about the significant benefits of exercise, the 2009 report of the National Center for Health Statistics points out that only 35% percent of adults 18 years old and above take on some leisure-time physical […]

Are Pretzels Fattening?

Pretzels are one of the most popular snack foods in the world, running a close second behind chips. Pretzels, when eaten in excess, can pack on the calories and consequently, add excess fat to your diet. Pretzels are considered to be healthier for you than chips, but if eaten in large quantities can be fattening. […]

Can I be In Ketosis and NOT Lose Weight?

You can be in ketosis and not lose weight, but it is probably because you think you are in ketosis but are not.  When a person is truly in ketosis, they lose weight and fat is burned.  The process of ketosis occurs when the levels of ketones in the blood rises and become elevated.  Ketones […]

Are Rice Krispies Gluten Free?

New and Improved Rice Krispies are gluten free and consumed by many who cannot eat gluten. While they may not be the same since going gluten free, they do provide a tasty alternative to many other bland foods on the menu. While the old version of Rice Krispies was made with barley malt, the source […]
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