| Ring in the New Year the Right Way!
Usually, ringing in the New Year includes one last hurrah with the
holiday snacks before starting the dreaded diet on January 1. This
year, you can have your cake and eat it, too, literally
. Get a jump start on your resolutions with some of our favorite healthy recipes of the year!
Finger foods are the perfect complement to...
Health, Wealth and Happiness in 2010?
As 2010 draws to a close and we prepare for another new year, it’s a
great time to reflect on the events of the past year. Did we achieve
everything we hoped for, or did 2010 leave something to be desired?
Personally, I started the year with high hopes and audacious goals.
While some turned out really well, there are others that just fell flat.
But that’s ok. It just gives me more to aspire to in 2011
Need a last minute Christmas recipe that’s nutritious and still
satisfies your sweet tooth? Give this Pumpkin Cheesecake a try. With 8
grams of protein and only 7 grams of carbohydrates per serving, you can
even go back for a second helping!
Makes 12 servings
What Vitamins Should I take?
As a vitamin consultant, I am asked daily
“How many and which vitamins do you take?” Resiliently spouting off
almost everything on our shelves, I go through and name everything I
take. When I get done, nine times out of ten I’m asked, “Well what do
you take this
for?” and “what does this
do for you?” and of course, “What vitamins should I take”. So I’m here to tell you all what
is in my pillbox...
Gluten Free Fish Tacos
Having a gluten allergy is often mistaken as restrictive, leaving few
options for tasty and exciting dishes. However, this gluten free recipe
of halibut fish tacos with homemade pico de gallo will quickly become a
family favorite whether or not you are cooking for yourself or someone
else with a gluten sensitivity.\
Diabetes and Vitamins
People with diabetes struggle everyday to balance what and when they eat
and drink with what is best for their blood sugar levels—this is
critical both in the short- and long-term for overall health and
vitality. For some, watching his or her diet alone is not enough so they
are reliant on...
Yeast Free Hot Chocolate
Posted by Physician's Preference on 12/10/2010
to Yeast Free
The Christmas season is upon us, and as usual, temptation is all around.
If you want to enjoy traditional holiday treats without adding inches
to your waistline, then our sugar-free hot chocolate recipe is for you.
Made with erythritol
and unsweetened almond milk, it is as healthy as it is delicious!
This tasty beverage will leave you feeling guilt-free as you cozy up in
front of the fire or...
Baked Sweet Potato Fries
A favorite guilty pleasure banned from any healthy diet is french fries. Delicious, golden, salty and fried
fries are made from potatoes that have lots of carbohydrates (nearly 92%), and are low in fat till they hit the fryer.
There is a healthy alternative! Baked sweet potato fries hit the
mark for a french-fry-craving, and offer more than you might expect in
flavor and nutrition. Sweet potatoes are an amazing source of...
Health Concerns 5: Weight Loss Supplements
Physician’s Preference brings you an
article in a series discussing common health concerns. This week we
focus on weight loss supplements.
Posted by Physician's Preference on 12/7/2010
to Weight Loss
We’re all guilty of hoping for that magic pill to make all the excess fat melt away. I’m here to tell you it’s...
Sugar Spiced Nuts for the Holidays
Posted by Physician's Preference on 12/2/2010
to Yeast Free
With the holiday season upon us, here is a healthy recipe for traditional sugar spiced nuts. U
sing Sweet-n-Natural instead of processed sugar follows an optimal eating plan
that is yeast free, and regardless of the type of nuts you chose to use they are all very high in protein, rich in
and calcium, and have a glycemic index...