Monthly Archives: May 2015

Walmart joins the movement to cut antibiotic use in food

Business is about profit, the food business is no different in that regard, so showing food retailers and processors that doing something that’s unhealthy for their consumers will mean lower sales is the best way to elicit such changes. Continue reading

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How much fat and salt is in McDonald’s new sirloin burger?

McDonald’s has a major advertising blitz going on for its new third-pound sirloin burger. Emphasizing the use of sirloin positions the burger as better somehow, at least that’s what McDonald’s must be hoping. But a quick check of its nutrition … Continue reading

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The No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Journal hits 25,000 views in five months!

This blog, the No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Journal, has reached another important milestone — we’ve had 25,000 views through the first five months of this year, nearly as many as it took us all of 2014 to achieve. … Continue reading

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A slow-cooked salmon recipe with chickpeas, mustard greens

The presence of chickpeas and the variety of flavors in this intrigued me, I’ll have to try it and report back to you. Continue reading

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Memorial Day salmon, 5 ways

Happy Memorial Day everyone, and thank you to all who have served our country! Continue reading

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Edamame pasta? I sampled and liked it

I plan to make it for an upcoming party at our house that has at least one vegetarian coming. Continue reading

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Walmart’s fat-free devils-food cookie passed my taste test

Nutritionally they seem identical to Kroger’s version and with SnackWell’s, 50 calories each, 25 mgs of sodium, 12 grams of carbs, 7 grams of sugar. Continue reading

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‘Fresh’ Mexican food doesn’t mean low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar

Always check menus before going to any restaurant for the first time, don’t let buzzwords lull you into a false sense of salt, fat and sugar security. Continue reading

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Maddie’s for breakfast — a modern-day Denver gold strike

Maddie’s is the type of local place there just aren’t enough of these days. Continue reading

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Here’s how to save money while shopping for low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar foods

Eating healthier definitely costs more than eating highly processed, high-salt, high-fat, high-sugar offering these days. But that doesn’t mean you have to always pay more. Here’s where smart shopping comes into play, and it’s the reason I launched a smart … Continue reading

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