Diet friendly foods full of fiber

Why is fiber considered your diet’s best friend? Well, because, fiber-rich foods take longer to digest. As a result, you feel full for a longer period of time. Also, it helps you eliminate toxins and keep your intestines running smoothly. There are two different types of fiber: soluble, which can be easily mixed with water and insoluble which can’t. Yes, they […]

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Vegan mac n’ cheese for your Thanksgiving table

The traditional Thanksgiving menu is delicious, but quite challenging for vegetarians and especially vegans. Since such a small percentage of the population are practicing vegans, most hosts don’t consider their diet needs when planning a menu. What to do? You don’t have to skip the great feast, nor celebrate on an empty stomach because you can easily whip up something quick and delicious inspired […]

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Skinny corned beef & cabbage, anyone?

Today is a very unique St. Patrick’s Day because is in a leap year and that means extra good luck (according to Irish traditions). You can still enjoy the succulent classic corned beef and cabbage dish even if you’re on a diet. The perk is that since you’re making it, you can control how much fat goes into it. Hint: […]

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The Business of Hunger

Sadly, only those without money are the hungry ones. The world grows and produces enough food to feed its entire population, but only for those willing to buy it and pay the high cost of distribution.  To really solve the world’s hunger problem we must dig deeper into the waste business. Food and waste go hand in hand. Sometimes it’s […]

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