Monthly Archives: February 2013

Why is Lunch My Toughest Meal of the Day?

I was hopeful that plain chicken kabobs and sides of hummus and pita bread at the Mideast place would fit my diet as well, but that hope was dashed. Continue reading

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For the diabetics who follow us, a good overview…

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What’s life like six months after angioplasty?

Now, acting gives me the escape from everyday trials and troubles that food once did. As I write this, I’m preparing to be in my first student-made film and a play I wrote myself. Continue reading

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Can You Ever Make a Quick, Healthy Meal?

One of the biggest frustrations for me now that I’m on a low-salt, low-sugar, low-fat diet is that I pretty much have to cook everything from scratch to avoid those three food demons I’m not supposed to eat. Continue reading

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How Many Ways Can You Prepare White Meat Chicken?

A skinless chicken breast is about 142 calories, according to Lose It! Plain tomato sauce is a negligible amount of calories. Continue reading

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What can I eat Super Bowl Sunday on a restricted diet?

So I’m ready for kickoff and you can be too, just search out the low-salt, low-fat treats out there. Continue reading

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