For bariatric patients (gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or gastric band) having a high protein breakfast is often essential to fitting in your total daily protein needs. But for those trying hard to stick to their post bariatric surgery diet and keep up with their busy lifestyle, cooking breakfast every morning just isn’t in the cards.
Juicing has gained attraction as a health craze for a few years now. One of the most popular vegetables to juice is the carrot. Naturally sweet and visually stunning, carrot juice also contains less than 100 calories, 2 g protein, 2 g fiber, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin K (in one cup of juice).
Men have a tendency to try to show off in front of women, and according to Cornell University, this behavior extends into their eating habits. Compared to eating with a group of only men, men in a group with at least one woman will eat up to 93% more. That means when a woman is
Cabbage may be a vegetable you walk right passed as you pick up a head of lettuce at your local grocery store. The round heads of different colored unpacked cabbages may even more closely resemble bowling bowls than vegetables. But, if you cut open a cabbage, you’ll find multiple layers of superimposed leaves forming what
Social media is full of pictures and recipes that use vegetables in creative ways to reduce and replace carbohydrates. It’s a great idea for two reasons: you can lower your carbohydrate intake and increase your vegetable intake in one move. This means overall less calories and more fiber all you still get to eat foods
Microgreens are one of the latest trends in food and nutrition these days. The health conscious are piling these plants on their sandwiches, mixing them with their salad, and sneaking them into smoothies. What are microgreens? As the name implies, these are small green plants. More specifically, they are the seedlings of edible vegetables and