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August 11, 2011

Zucchini No-Pasta low-carb Lasagne

For gardeners -- and gardener's neighbors -- coping with the mid summer zucchini run, you may think you've got too much zucchini until you've tried this delicious no-noodle, low-carb optionally vegetarian lasagne. (Just skip the pepperoni if you'd prefer the vegetarian version.) We ate this low-carb lasagne as a side with baked chicken, actually we ate this first because it was done first. But honestly, I would almost rather have skipped the chicken and polished off the entire tray of lasagne. MMMmmm, cheeseyness... Ingredients: Tomato: 12 oz cans x2, chopped/diced unseasoned or 2 large garden fresh Zucchini: 1 giant (2.5…

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August 8, 2011

Nashua Telegraph Reviews Food Rules

Taking the most rudimentary tenets of eating and flipping them over like organic flapjacks, Dr. Catherine Shanahan, of Bedford, illustrates the correlations between “eating mindfully” and establishing an uncomplicated diet – especially as we lumber through the dog days of summer.
What's For Dinner?
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August 8, 2011

What’s for Dinner?

TRIM Program participants have voted these recipes as their favorites! Clicking on recipes will link you to an outside website called Sparkpeople.com--a huge website with many recipes only a few of which are suitable for TRIM program participants. Those are all included here at DrCate.com as either breakfast, lunch, or dinner selections. Dinner Menu Selections Seared Pork Chops Great with just a little salt and freshly ground black pepper and we also like a little ground sage sprinkled on them. Carbs: 0.1g | Fat: 17.3g | Fiber: 0g | Protein: 39g | Calories: 322 GARLIC-ROSEMARY ROAST CHICKEN When we cook this we do not…

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August 8, 2011

What’s for Lunch?

TRIM Program participants have voted these recipes as their favorites! Clicking on recipes will link you to an outside website called Sparkpeople.com--a huge website with many recipes only a few of which are suitable for TRIM program participants. Those are all included here at DrCate.com as either breakfast, lunch, or dinner selections. Lunch Menu Selections Salmon Salad Use bone-in salmon instead of tuna or chicken to make an ultra mineral-rich, low-carb, delicious salad Carbs: 0.3g | Fat: 14.4g | Fiber: 0.1g | Protein: 23.6g | Calories: 229.8 Pressed for time hard-boiled egg 2 eggs is about enough for me at once, but another egg…

What's For Breakfast?
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August 8, 2011

What’s for Breakfast?

TRIM Program participants have voted these recipes as their favorites! Clicking on recipes will link you to an outside website called Sparkpeople.com--a huge website with many recipes only a few of which are suitable for TRIM program participants. . Those are all included here at DrCate.com as either breakfast, lunch, or dinner selections. Breakfast Menu Selections Buttermilk Scrambled Egg Cheese Melt Creamy rich cheesy mixture that I recommend you also experiment with new variety by substituting your favorite cheeses and adding your favorite fresh or dried herbs and condiments (chopped olive with cream cheese instead of cheddar, or saute onion and mushroom in the…

Can Arterial Disease Be Reversed?
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August 6, 2011

Can Arterial Disease be Reversed?

The old model describes arteries as so many mechanical tubes that have no way to protect themselves from the inevitable clogging that comes from the consumption of cholesterol and saturated fat. The other, new model sees arteries as living dynamic tissue that, in the context of a healthy diet, is capable of growth, repair, and rising to the challenge of rigorous exercise.
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August 3, 2011

Discover Urban Homesteading and Win Free Copy of Deep Nutrition

In much of the world, urban homesteading is an intrinsic aspect of daily life. The fact that people living below the poverty line in Africa, Asia, and South America still produce healthier babies than their counterparts in America should tell us something about the value of home-grown food and the farming skills involved in producing it.
Weight Loss Basics
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February 11, 2011

Weight Loss Basics

Healthy lasting weight loss depends on cutting carbs, switching out good fats for bad, and adding back missing elements. These ten steps provide a framework for you to adapt almost any other diet you already enjoy, from Paleo to Primal to Atkins to Vegetarian.
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