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recipe : what i eat for lunch almost every day

let’s be real: very few people have time to think long and hard about every meal they cook. oh, and then, of course, cook it. i try to cook most of my meals in-house so that i eat the hoards of vegetables that i keep in the fridge, which sometimes leaves my options pretty limited. i find myself saying the same thing to myself nearing every breakfast and lunch:

*opens fridge* “hm…gots me some vegetables…and 6 dozen eggs…and some butter.”

awesome. I could make a huge omelet? instead, I usually opt for something a little less overwhelming for my belly.

-my lunch-

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sweet-tooth : a breakdown

sugar babies

I’ve got a wicked sweet-tooth. Many of my friends [especially my lady-friends] claim they suffer from the same post-meal craving. Lately I’ve been eating fruit to satiate the sweet urge, but healthy as that may seem I’m pretty sure I’m overdoing that, too. Limiting my intake of sugars [natural, refined, or completely human-generated] has not necessarily changed the way I feel about sweet foods – I just know the importance of maintaining my a] teeth, b] bod c] blood-sugar levels.

My interest in this phenomena spurred me to do a little research about sugar. After all, sugar is derived from a natural source, so how has it [like every other food] turned into the artificial [it’s in the name] junk in our drinks and low-cal foods? The research I did brought me to a very simple conclusion: sugar, like every other element of a natural-based diet, is important and productive when consumed with its natural counterparts. The sugar [or whatever you call it] we consume [all 170 lbs per person, per year] doesn’t do anything it’s supposed to because it lacks nutrients and assistance due to the way it is served.

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cholesterol / eggs

Sept 10, 2010

an egg is a whole food. a few years ago, cholesterol was demonized by doctors and a whole slew of expert medical professionals. eggs contain cholesterol. therefore, many believe that eating high quantities of eggs will lead to heart disease caused by high cholesterol.

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