It has been estimated that the average American only takes in about half the daily recommended amount of potassium, or about 2 grams.Most of the foods the average American eats are high in sodium and low in potassium.
When they looked at the sodium-potassium ratio, they found those who had the worst ratio — the highest sodium and lowest potassium — had twice the risk of death from heart disease.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. It causes some people serious health problems. But those people don't seem to be the only ones buying,it is estimate that 15% to 25% of consumers want gluten-free foods.
Savings can be substantial when you make your own gluten-free foods.Another advantage in making homemade gluten-free foods is better flavor and healthier ingredients.
This is a collection of one-pot vegetarian and vegan recipes. There is something for everyone in this cookbook, and definitely not just for vegetarians.
This practical cookbook is designed for those with busy lives who want to eat tasty, wholesome vegetarian meals without the need for fussy or time-consuming cooking techniques.
A gluten-free casein-free diet (or GFCF diet) eliminates dietary intake of the naturally-occurring proteins gluten (found most often in wheat, barley, rye, and commercially available oats) and casein (found most often in milk).
An alarming new study published in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis reveals that Americans are getting nearly one-third of their calories from junk foods: soft drinks, sweets, desserts, alcoholic beverages, and salty snacks. It explains why obesity is rampant, diabetes is epidemic, and chronic disease is skyrocketing
The recipes provided in this book are wholesome and tasty.
Simple to prepare, yet totally delicious these recipes will be a surprise! like
Baked Peppers Stuffed with Favas and Bulgur
Basic Sweet Nuts
Toastd Oats with Fruit and Sunflower Seeds
Fruit Compote with Sugared Wonton Cookies
The majority of paleo-omnivores "cheat."
I also found several small groups of omni-paleos who were regularly eating legumes! So, perhaps true paleo isn't possible for anyone? Or perhaps this suggests you can be vegan-paleo and "cheat" with legumes and quinoa like everyone else if you want to...
Why gluten free low carb?
So if going gluten free pretty much guarantees that you are also wheat free, then why not just follow a gluten free diet? The answer is simple. You do want to eliminate the wheat in your diet and the easiest way is to look for gluten-free replacements. In fact, some of these replacements may even be higher in calories and carbs than what you were eating earlier!!
Dr. Dean Ornish, a physician who has directed clinical research for the past 25 years, created this diet as a lifestyle modification to reverse existing heart disease by emphasizing foods that are very low in fat yet filling, such as high-fiber grains and legumes (i.e. beans and peas).