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6 Easy Ways To Turn Your Kitchen Into A Healthy Eating Haven beautify your kitchen, which will make it look nicer, which will make it feel nicer, which will make. To make sure that your next meal is safe and healthy, opt for lean meat and low-fat dairy products and take the time to skin your chicken or trim the fat from meat before cooking it. ( Check out the best and worst protein sources for your health and the planet here.). 5 Ways to Make Sure You Eat When You’re Sick of Cooking and Burned Out By Daily Life Never before has “I can’t even” felt so real. By Wendy Lopez, M.S., R.D., C.D.E. 7 Ways to Eat Healthy When You Don’t Have Access to a Full Kitchen If you’re someone who strives to make healthy choices whether you’re at home or on the road, but have very limited access to kitchen equipment, you might have some questions. To make it easier for you to cook and eat healthy, we’ve put together a collection of 10 Healthy Low-Cal Recipes that will give you the opportunity to put all of our healthy eating tips into action and satisfy your taste buds at the same time.

Each of these recipes is under. Each meal is a building block in your healthy eating style. Make sure to include all the food groups throughout the day. Make fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, and protein foods part of your daily meals and snacks. Also, limit added sugars, saturated fat, and sodium.

Unless we’re talking puppies, avocados, or Taylor Swift songs, I am of the belief that less is more—especially when it comes to healthy eating. N. Take advantage of the healthy side dishes offered at many fast-food restaurants.

For example, instead of french fries choose a side salad with low-fat dressing or a baked potato. Or add a fruit bowl or a fruit and yogurt option to your meal. Other healthy choices include apple or orange slices, corn on the cob, steamed rice, or baked potato chips. Find healthy, delicious recipes and menu ideas from our test kitchen cooks and nutrition experts at EatingWell magazine.

Learn how to make healthier food choices every day. Setting “SMART” healthy eating goals is a great way to help you feel and look your best. “SMART” stands for goals that are: specific, measurable, action-oriented, realistic and time-framed. Setting “SMART” goals can also help you achieve bigger goals you may want to set for yourself over time.

Use these 10 “SMART” goals below to get your inspired.

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by Coleman, Melissa
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This book is a Skinnygirl collection of ideas about how to stock your kitchen the same

“The Skinnygirl Dish: Easy Recipes for Your Naturally Thin Life” by Bethenny Frankel, Eve Adamson
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by Bethenny Frankel, Eve Adamson
Atria Books, 2010

Here are ten strategies to make your kitchen the spirited and

“Newlywed Cookbook: Fresh Ideas & Modern Recipes for Cooking with & for Each Other” by Sarah Copeland, Sara Remington
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by Sarah Copeland, Sara Remington
Chronicle Books LLC, 2011

Keeping recipes simple is key in increasing self-efficacy in the kitchen.

“Motivational Interviewing in Nutrition and Fitness” by Dawn Clifford, Laura Curtis
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by Dawn Clifford, Laura Curtis
Guilford Publications, 2016

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  • Hey Meghan! How’s it going��? Weher do you buy your kitchen towel from and what do you do to keep them so clean and unstained? Kisses from Romania��

  • Wash your produce. Store herbs and vegetables in water. Fruit bowl. Freeze ripe peeped bananas/food.
    Use reusable silicon bags. Use glass food storage containers for reheating. Parchment paper for baking.
    Store compost in the freezer. Baking soda in fridge to reduce smells.
    Use leftovers first, keep at front.
    Clean as you cook. Avoid countertop clutter. Make commonly used things easy to get.

  • I almost laughed out loud, when you said does anyone leave cupboard doors open. I turned around and I literally had one open. SO, yes, alllll the time. Loved your video as always.

  • I love the hack about peeling bananas and storing them in the freezer. I don’t know why I never thought of that before, but I never did.

  • I prep and freeze so many things. Avocados, peaches, bananas, berries, kales, spinach, peppers, onions….so many thing.s They are always ready for smoothies and stirfries. tfs ��������

  • Great video and tips! Also, yes I always leave cupboards open!!!…drives my husband nuts �� He always knows where I have been in the house

  • @GlaMouRJoNes89 so glad you found it useful. You should subscribe to our channel since we have so many more great tips to come!!:)

  • For most produce it’s okay to wash before you put in the fridge but if you will wait until you want to eat strawberries you wont believe how much longer that they will last.

  • My husband leaves cupboard doors open all the time, along with drawers, his wardrobe, everything. It’s like poltergeist around here. LOL. Really great tips love your channel! ♥️

  • Check out Documentry forks over knives amazingly large study done on the prevention and reversal of heart disease and other illnesses seriously amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I followed his diet and in less than three and a half weeks this is what my numbers changed to.
    Keep in mind I live in Canada so my labs are written a little bit differently but you get the idea and if you want you can convert them to the standard numbers.
    Cholesterol 7.33
    Triglycerides 0.58
    HDL cholesterol 2.03
    LDL cholesterol 5.04
    NON-HDL CHOL 5.30

    3 weeks 3 days later
    2018 November 21st
    Cholesterol 4.37
    triglycerides 0.63
    HDL cholesterol 1.47
    LDL cholesterol 2.61
    Nono-HDL Chol 2.90

  • How about a tour of your apartment kitchen. I have a tiny one and “real estate” is just not available so it always feels cluttered.

  • I would write how obsessed I a with your channel in 10 different languages if I could. I LOVE the peace and simplicity of your tips/channel that I unsubscribed from the others. please never change your calm videos.

  • I really agree with you on the use of parchment paper it’s way more practical than aluminum foil and comes in both the traditional paper or a reusable silicon format. But, I’m not sure that we actually need to promote the use of any more plastic bags and containers, when glass options are so much healthier and far more eco-friendly. Some of the small veggie end-bits can be used for making soup instead of simply discarding it as compost. Keep spices way from the top of the stove to avoid drying-out nutrients and flavours. If you’re leaving cupboard doors open, it may mean that you don’t actually need them, so feel free to simply remove them for a more practical workflow and to avoid injuries. You’ve provided some really great tips, so please keep up the good work! **Side Note: Your audio signal on this one video is a little weak**

  • Essential oils were never intended for long term or internal use. Especially unsupervised by a herbalist or naturopath. You’re going to end up hurting someone.

  • I’d Like to Share a Tip with You:-)
    When washing fruit and veggies, Put a large Bowl in the sink to Reserve the water. You can use it to water plants f.e. this saves me a Lot of water.

  • Washing fruit before you put it away causes it to rot faster. It’s better to just wash stuff off when you’re going to eat it unless you’re not sticking it in the fridge.

    Enjoyed the rest of the tips though! You have some great suggestions.

  • A little confused with the parchment paper vs aluminum foil thing. Is aluminum foil not recyclable (aluminum being one of the most widely accepted and recycled materials out there)?

  • How about a tour of your apartment kitchen. I have a tiny one and “real estate” is just not available so it always feels cluttered.

  • Meghan, you have lovely hands. Can you do a video on hand and nail care? I’d love to know what products or habits you use to keep your hands so pretty.

  • I only tried this weight loss diet after my mate bragged concerning this. She was able to drop 18 pounds. Google “sowo hope site”!

  • GUESS what? Ziploc bags are reusable too! Just wash/rinse and re-use, reuse, reuse until you actually cant then think about buying those stash bags… or reuse your food containers!

  • My Mom thought me to clean right away while cooking. F.e. you cut veggies wash cutting board and knife right away after that. That helps to not having apocalypse of dirty dishes and other stuff after cooking ��

  • Essential oils were never intended for long term or internal use. Especially unsupervised by a herbalist or naturopath. You’re going to end up hurting someone.

  • Instead of parchment paper I bought a silicone mat for my oven, it works great and has unlimited use so I think it’s the best solution to reduce waste, plus you don’t need oil for cooking since food won’t stick to it (if you want to avoid oil)

  • Weight loss gren store tea Works if you follow the directions. It worked for me following the directions and I dropped 13 pounds in 3 weeks. Goal weight reached!

  • I used to leave all the kitchen doors open to the point where my husband would reference the sixth sense each time I left the room. He called me on it enough that I eventually changed my habits!

  • Thank you for this online class. I wanted to watch this because I know doTERRA’s oils are safe for internal usage. I was hoping you would specifically address what we could tell other people that say you can not use any essential oils internally. Besides our CPTG experience of sourcing for explanation cause we’ve got that down ;). What is driving the paranoia? Just like the lavender and animal paranoia, doTERRA doesn’t apply to those….how do you explain this to those that need more than the CPTG experience.

  • No everything is closed to avoid those incidence where I can get hurt. I’m clumsy. I love the tips. I don’t like clutter either. I love the silicone ziplock & putting vegetables in water. Great idea!

  • I love the hack about peeling bananas and storing them in the freezer. I don’t know why I never thought of that before, but I never did.

  • Wash your produce. Store herbs and vegetables in water. Fruit bowl. Freeze ripe peeped bananas/food.
    Use reusable silicon bags. Use glass food storage containers for reheating. Parchment paper for baking.
    Store compost in the freezer. Baking soda in fridge to reduce smells.
    Use leftovers first, keep at front.
    Clean as you cook. Avoid countertop clutter. Make commonly used things easy to get.

  • For most produce it’s okay to wash before you put in the fridge but if you will wait until you want to eat strawberries you wont believe how much longer that they will last.

  • Hi there, have you considered Custokebon Secrets yet? Simply do a google search. On there you will discover that an awesome suggestions about how you can lost crazy amounts of weight. Why not give it a chance? maybe it will work for you too.

  • I was annoyed by my mom to clean as I go, but it stuck and I’m glad I got this habit:) I never leave the drawers and doors open but my bf does! Grr! I always love your vids Meghan, they’re useful and relaxing!

  • If you plan to use some of your frozen bananas for smoothies, Dr Alan Christianson (NMD) recommends the resistant starch in them, BUT ESPECIALLY in the peels. You can easily blend them into a smoothie with no discernible taste difference.

    I have lots of quirky habits, but I cannot stand cupboard doors or drawers being left open.

  • Dr Furhman God bless you. Thku for this great information. I’ve struggled loosing weight n my bp is high and can’t control it with mefication. I don’t like the medication because it makes me tired. Thku for all the free information and recipies. May this New Year bring you a great harvest of blessings. �� I’m going to follow the 5 principles with the help of God.

  • Oh hai! Have you heard about fast abs magic (do a search on google)? Ive heard some super things about it and my brother in law got beautiful 6 pack abs and lost tons of belly fat with it.

  • I have recently begun using the silicones bags for Smoothie Prep. I’ll put in my frozen fruit my spinach or whatever else I’m going to need for a smoothie (vegetable and fruit wise), then put it in the freezer and pull out a bag when I need one.

  • Has anyone ever told you that you look like the teen/young adult version of Mary McDonough (Erin, from The Walton’s)?

    Btw…really enjoying your channel! Have started working at getting healthy and also new to becoming a minimalist! Although I enjoy other channels regarding one or the other I like that you have both AND that your videos are SO relaxing too! Much easier to keep up and catch every thing being said!

  • Very helpful, especially as I have a very small kitchen with limited counter space. I do have a problem some of the cupboards are very high and difficult to reach and I don’t have space for a stepladder. Any suggestions?

  • Weight loss gren store tea Works if you follow the directions. It worked for me following the directions and I dropped 13 pounds in 3 weeks. Goal weight reached!

  • To everyone who read this ����
    Have a great time ahead ❤️��
    Stay safe stay blessed ❤️
    Stay connected ��
    Welcome to my channel too������❤️
    Sending love ��
    Good luck ��❤️����������

  • It’s so true that good tools make it easier and more fun to cook! Do you ever have issues with your cutting board sliding around on your countertop? (I do…)

  • I almost laughed out loud, when you said does anyone leave cupboard doors open. I turned around and I literally had one open. SO, yes, alllll the time. Loved your video as always.

  • My husband leaves cupboard doors open all the time, along with drawers, his wardrobe, everything. It’s like poltergeist around here. LOL. Really great tips love your channel! ♥️

  • I totally disagree with 1st point. Washing some kinds of produce, especially berries, would enable them to rot faster (unless it is full of chemicals and pesticides, then probably not) so do not wash all of it right after bringing it home unless you’ll eat all of them right away:) If you wash all of it and then forget about it for 2 days or so, you will have an unpleasant surprise in your fridge or wherever you keep them. Other than that, nice video:)

  • Oh hai! Have you heard about fast abs magic (do a search on google)? Ive heard some super things about it and my brother in law got beautiful 6 pack abs and lost tons of belly fat with it.

  • I followed his diet and in less than three and a half weeks this is what my numbers changed to.
    Keep in mind I live in Canada so my labs are written a little bit differently but you get the idea and if you want you can convert them to the standard numbers.
    Cholesterol 7.33
    Triglycerides 0.58
    HDL cholesterol 2.03
    LDL cholesterol 5.04
    NON-HDL CHOL 5.30

    3 weeks 3 days later
    2018 November 21st
    Cholesterol 4.37
    triglycerides 0.63
    HDL cholesterol 1.47
    LDL cholesterol 2.61
    Nono-HDL Chol 2.90

  • I used to leave all the kitchen doors open to the point where my husband would reference the sixth sense each time I left the room. He called me on it enough that I eventually changed my habits!

  • Okay possibly a stupid question but storing the greens and herbs in jars of water can you just keep them out on the counter then or do they need to go in the fridge? (I assume out on the counter due to the comment about making it look like a bouquet).

  • I cannot stand a cluttered countertop! I feel like my house is a total mess until the kitchen counter is clear.:) These were good tips. Thanks for sharing.

  • Save your carrot tops, onion skins, mushroom stems, greens stems, etc. that you would normally compost in a large sealable bag in your freezer until it is full then put all in a pot with water to make really yummy vegetable broth.

  • I really agree with you on the use of parchment paper it’s way more practical than aluminum foil and comes in both the traditional paper or a reusable silicon format. But, I’m not sure that we actually need to promote the use of any more plastic bags and containers, when glass options are so much healthier and far more eco-friendly. Some of the small veggie end-bits can be used for making soup instead of simply discarding it as compost. Keep spices way from the top of the stove to avoid drying-out nutrients and flavours. If you’re leaving cupboard doors open, it may mean that you don’t actually need them, so feel free to simply remove them for a more practical workflow and to avoid injuries. You’ve provided some really great tips, so please keep up the good work! **Side Note: Your audio signal on this one video is a little weak**

  • I totally disagree with 1st point. Washing some kinds of produce, especially berries, would enable them to rot faster (unless it is full of chemicals and pesticides, then probably not) so do not wash all of it right after bringing it home unless you’ll eat all of them right away:) If you wash all of it and then forget about it for 2 days or so, you will have an unpleasant surprise in your fridge or wherever you keep them. Other than that, nice video:)

  • Hi there, have you considered Custokebon Secrets yet? Simply do a google search. On there you will discover that an awesome suggestions about how you can lost crazy amounts of weight. Why not give it a chance? maybe it will work for you too.

  • Has anyone ever told you that you look like the teen/young adult version of Mary McDonough (Erin, from The Walton’s)?

    Btw…really enjoying your channel! Have started working at getting healthy and also new to becoming a minimalist! Although I enjoy other channels regarding one or the other I like that you have both AND that your videos are SO relaxing too! Much easier to keep up and catch every thing being said!

  • I swear I leave the cupboard doors open like it’s a disease or something! Also I’m new to your channel and I’m in love with it! Your outlook and relaxed demeanor is so refreshing.:)

  • I’d Like to Share a Tip with You:-)
    When washing fruit and veggies, Put a large Bowl in the sink to Reserve the water. You can use it to water plants f.e. this saves me a Lot of water.

  • Hi there. I think your video is very well done. Enough people have already talked about the strawberries, so I won’t say anything about that. But I do wish you had put the camera on the kitchen as a whole more rather than on yourself and close-ups of things. We can still listen to you talk while the video shows us other things. That way we could see how the kitchen is laid out. Other than that, great video.

  • Love your channel! I’ve always read that you shouldn’t wash your produce/fruit before storing it? It adds moisture and speeds up decay.. �� either way, I love your content. Thanks for sharing!

  • Great tips! And yes, I leave cupboards open and even drawers. Ouch! And then run into them haha. One thing I am going to do is to reduce the number of herbs and spices I use. I mean, is it necessary to have three different forms of dry mustard and mustard seeds? And then the herbal blends AND the individual herbs as well? I was looking at the ridiculous amount of space I have for herbs and spices in my little kitchen and decided at least a third of them must GO!

  • Washing fruit before you put it away causes it to rot faster. It’s better to just wash stuff off when you’re going to eat it unless you’re not sticking it in the fridge.

    Enjoyed the rest of the tips though! You have some great suggestions.

  • I cannot stand a cluttered countertop! I feel like my house is a total mess until the kitchen counter is clear.:) These were good tips. Thanks for sharing.

  • I used to often stuff a bowl or two of the items that I could not finish in the fridge to consume later. Somehow it would sit there for next 4-5 days and I would come back only to throw it away. Now a started to put that stuff into the freezer instead of the refrigerator in small glass jars for those days when I am absolutely lazy to cook and pull one out of the freezer jars to reheat and eat. Or on those days when I reach home very late and don’t have the time to cook up a meal even from prepped items (which I regularly do). Feels much better to not waste food. Yay!

  • My Mom thought me to clean right away while cooking. F.e. you cut veggies wash cutting board and knife right away after that. That helps to not having apocalypse of dirty dishes and other stuff after cooking ��

  • GUESS what? Ziploc bags are reusable too! Just wash/rinse and re-use, reuse, reuse until you actually cant then think about buying those stash bags… or reuse your food containers!

  • Open cupboard doors drive me nuts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My in-laws do it at their house and I’m just the right height to hit my head on the edge of them!

  • Thank you for this online class. I wanted to watch this because I know doTERRA’s oils are safe for internal usage. I was hoping you would specifically address what we could tell other people that say you can not use any essential oils internally. Besides our CPTG experience of sourcing for explanation cause we’ve got that down ;). What is driving the paranoia? Just like the lavender and animal paranoia, doTERRA doesn’t apply to those….how do you explain this to those that need more than the CPTG experience.

  • Great video and tips! Also, yes I always leave cupboards open!!!…drives my husband nuts �� He always knows where I have been in the house

  • I would write how obsessed I a with your channel in 10 different languages if I could. I LOVE the peace and simplicity of your tips/channel that I unsubscribed from the others. please never change your calm videos.

  • Check out Documentry forks over knives amazingly large study done on the prevention and reversal of heart disease and other illnesses seriously amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I was annoyed by my mom to clean as I go, but it stuck and I’m glad I got this habit:) I never leave the drawers and doors open but my bf does! Grr! I always love your vids Meghan, they’re useful and relaxing!

  • To everyone who read this ����
    Have a great time ahead ❤️��
    Stay safe stay blessed ❤️
    Stay connected ��
    Welcome to my channel too������❤️
    Sending love ��
    Good luck ��❤️����������

  • Instead of parchment paper I bought a silicone mat for my oven, it works great and has unlimited use so I think it’s the best solution to reduce waste, plus you don’t need oil for cooking since food won’t stick to it (if you want to avoid oil)

  • Very helpful, especially as I have a very small kitchen with limited counter space. I do have a problem some of the cupboards are very high and difficult to reach and I don’t have space for a stepladder. Any suggestions?

  • Great tips! And yes, I leave cupboards open and even drawers. Ouch! And then run into them haha. One thing I am going to do is to reduce the number of herbs and spices I use. I mean, is it necessary to have three different forms of dry mustard and mustard seeds? And then the herbal blends AND the individual herbs as well? I was looking at the ridiculous amount of space I have for herbs and spices in my little kitchen and decided at least a third of them must GO!

  • I swear I leave the cupboard doors open like it’s a disease or something! Also I’m new to your channel and I’m in love with it! Your outlook and relaxed demeanor is so refreshing.:)

  • Hey! Have you ever tried fast abs magic (just google it)? Ive heard some unbelivable things about it and my BF got beautiful 6 pack abs and lost tons of belly fat with it.

  • Save your carrot tops, onion skins, mushroom stems, greens stems, etc. that you would normally compost in a large sealable bag in your freezer until it is full then put all in a pot with water to make really yummy vegetable broth.

  • Hi there. I think your video is very well done. Enough people have already talked about the strawberries, so I won’t say anything about that. But I do wish you had put the camera on the kitchen as a whole more rather than on yourself and close-ups of things. We can still listen to you talk while the video shows us other things. That way we could see how the kitchen is laid out. Other than that, great video.

  • @GlaMouRJoNes89 so glad you found it useful. You should subscribe to our channel since we have so many more great tips to come!!:)

  • Great video Meghan! I’m with you on the washing veggies before storing. When it’s time to eat it won’t take me an hour to wash them then cook. Sometimes my laziness is winning and then I wash the veggies after a week being in the fridge. Bad bad! Love all your hacks ����

  • I have recently begun using the silicones bags for Smoothie Prep. I’ll put in my frozen fruit my spinach or whatever else I’m going to need for a smoothie (vegetable and fruit wise), then put it in the freezer and pull out a bag when I need one.

  • I used to often stuff a bowl or two of the items that I could not finish in the fridge to consume later. Somehow it would sit there for next 4-5 days and I would come back only to throw it away. Now a started to put that stuff into the freezer instead of the refrigerator in small glass jars for those days when I am absolutely lazy to cook and pull one out of the freezer jars to reheat and eat. Or on those days when I reach home very late and don’t have the time to cook up a meal even from prepped items (which I regularly do). Feels much better to not waste food. Yay!

  • Okay possibly a stupid question but storing the greens and herbs in jars of water can you just keep them out on the counter then or do they need to go in the fridge? (I assume out on the counter due to the comment about making it look like a bouquet).

  • Simple and effective, love this. Especially cleaning as you gomy mum taught me that so I’ve done this all my lifeit’s game changing!

  • Hey! Have you ever tried fast abs magic (just google it)? Ive heard some unbelivable things about it and my BF got beautiful 6 pack abs and lost tons of belly fat with it.

  • Hey Meghan! How’s it going��? Weher do you buy your kitchen towel from and what do you do to keep them so clean and unstained? Kisses from Romania��

  • Dr Furhman God bless you. Thku for this great information. I’ve struggled loosing weight n my bp is high and can’t control it with mefication. I don’t like the medication because it makes me tired. Thku for all the free information and recipies. May this New Year bring you a great harvest of blessings. �� I’m going to follow the 5 principles with the help of God.

  • Simple and effective, love this. Especially cleaning as you gomy mum taught me that so I’ve done this all my lifeit’s game changing!

  • Meghan, you have lovely hands. Can you do a video on hand and nail care? I’d love to know what products or habits you use to keep your hands so pretty.

  • Great video Meghan! I’m with you on the washing veggies before storing. When it’s time to eat it won’t take me an hour to wash them then cook. Sometimes my laziness is winning and then I wash the veggies after a week being in the fridge. Bad bad! Love all your hacks ����

  • Open cupboard doors drive me nuts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My in-laws do it at their house and I’m just the right height to hit my head on the edge of them!

  • No everything is closed to avoid those incidence where I can get hurt. I’m clumsy. I love the tips. I don’t like clutter either. I love the silicone ziplock & putting vegetables in water. Great idea!

  • Age 65, very active competitive tennisplayer. Had a CAC heart scan out of curiosity. Yikes..725 score! Doc sent me for nuclear stress test….negative. Put me on statin, beta blocker, baby aspirin. Went on Mediterranean diet early March. I’ve lost 19lbs. Taking aged garlic, vitamin K2/mk7, magnesium. Can this diet reverse the calcified plaque?

  • A little confused with the parchment paper vs aluminum foil thing. Is aluminum foil not recyclable (aluminum being one of the most widely accepted and recycled materials out there)?

  • Age 65, very active competitive tennisplayer. Had a CAC heart scan out of curiosity. Yikes..725 score! Doc sent me for nuclear stress test….negative. Put me on statin, beta blocker, baby aspirin. Went on Mediterranean diet early March. I’ve lost 19lbs. Taking aged garlic, vitamin K2/mk7, magnesium. Can this diet reverse the calcified plaque?

  • How is parchment paper better then foil? That one sounds more like a personal preference.

    What do you do with the compost bin after it’s full? Do you throw it away all at once?

  • I only tried this weight loss diet after my mate bragged concerning this. She was able to drop 18 pounds. Google “sowo hope site”!

  • My cholesterol went up eating more nuts and seeds (mainly peanut butter). I cannot speak for walnuts or pecans. I have high production of cholesterol. Beans have been able to really lower my cholesterol from 180 total to 144 total. So also been eating 100 percent whole grains pasta. My crp is 0.3 now. I do a greens smoothie daily as well.

  • Love your channel! I’ve always read that you shouldn’t wash your produce/fruit before storing it? It adds moisture and speeds up decay.. �� either way, I love your content. Thanks for sharing!

  • How is parchment paper better then foil? That one sounds more like a personal preference.

    What do you do with the compost bin after it’s full? Do you throw it away all at once?

  • I prep and freeze so many things. Avocados, peaches, bananas, berries, kales, spinach, peppers, onions….so many thing.s They are always ready for smoothies and stirfries. tfs ��������

  • If you plan to use some of your frozen bananas for smoothies, Dr Alan Christianson (NMD) recommends the resistant starch in them, BUT ESPECIALLY in the peels. You can easily blend them into a smoothie with no discernible taste difference.

    I have lots of quirky habits, but I cannot stand cupboard doors or drawers being left open.

  • My cholesterol went up eating more nuts and seeds (mainly peanut butter). I cannot speak for walnuts or pecans. I have high production of cholesterol. Beans have been able to really lower my cholesterol from 180 total to 144 total. So also been eating 100 percent whole grains pasta. My crp is 0.3 now. I do a greens smoothie daily as well.