In case you haven’t heard, cauliflower is the latest and greatest carb replacement. We love its mild flavor and neutral color, as well as its amazing versatility! That’s why we came up with this Grilled Chipotle Chicken & Cauliflower “Rice” recipe. It cuts out half the carbs and calories, since it uses cauliflower instead of rice. Plus, chipotle peppers, lime juice, and hot sauce give the chicken unbeatable flavor. Serve over a batch of the cilantro cauliflower “rice,” and your family will be begging for seconds.
Best of all, this recipe goes with almost anything. If you want to try something new at the next game day cookout, grill up the chipotle chicken. Also, feel free to pair the cilantro cauliflower “rice” with any of your favorite Southwest or Mexican dishes.
Basic Nutrition Facts:
Yields: 4 servings
Total Fat: 7g
Saturated Fat: 4g
Trans Fat: 0g
To see the full article on delicious Chicken an Cauliflower Rice, check out the link below from Skinny Ms.
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Kidney stones are common to adults who have sedentary life and unhealthy lifestyle habits. But, if you hear a child suffering from kidney stones, that would be an entirely different story.
Experts say that before, children are lesser prone to kidney stones because they are healthier and more physically active. But, over the years, there has been a constant increase in the number of children that are being affected by kidney stones. Maybe because more and more kids now are living sedentary lives by being in front of the computer or by eating foods that are high in protein, calcium, and sodium.
Kidney stones in kids
Studies show that majority of the children who are prone to developing kidney stones are those that suffer from underlying medical conditions which increases their risk of developing stones this early.
For parents to understand how to deal with kidney stones in case their kids suffer from it, they must first understand everything about the condition. Having a broad understanding of the condition can help parents trace possible causes, identify symptoms, and give immediate response to the child in pain. Click Here: Life Extension, to find out how treating kidney stones with antioxidants are safer to use now.
Just like in adults, there are different types of stones, which can be developed in a child’s system. This can either be “calcium oxalate” which is the most common and caused by too much presence of calcium in the urine, the “struvite stones,” “uric acid stones,” and “cystine stones.” These types vary depending on the levels of the minerals found and their characteristics.
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Parents would never know if their children are suffering from kidney stones if they are not familiar with its symptoms such as abdominal or back pain, blood in the urine or hematuria, vomiting or nausea, and the often need to urinate. In younger kids, these symptoms cannot easily be recognized that is why there is a need to undergo laboratory evaluation and tests.
How to Identify Kidney Stones
Since kidney stones is not common among children, especially to younger ones, it is a must to identify the risk factors present such as:
Possible history of the kidney stones which makes children more prone to the condition in the future. (Studies show that kids who have history of kidney stones are likely to suffer from the same problem in the next 10 to 20 years of his or her life.)
Low fluid—especially water—intake because it affects the ideal amount of urine that should be released daily. (If there is lesser water or fluid intake, the chances of developing kidney stones are much higher because there will be more concentration of substances that leads to faster kidney stone formation.)
Amount of diet, especially those high in animal protein such as beef, pork, lamb, or chicken are likely to develop kidney stones because they have higher concentration of protein which is one of the primary causes of kidney stones. (Experts say that children who consume too much protein are at risk in developing “calcium oxalate stones” along with problems in terms of intestinal absorption.)
Having a ketogenic diet which involves a minimal amount of carbohydrates that directly affects the levels of mineral intake
Experiencing cystic fibrosis
Suffering from urinary tract abnormalities like dysfunction of the bladder or the kidneys
Some inherited disorders from the parents
And undergoing medications such as “furosemide,” “allopurinol,” and “acetazolamide” which are known to promote formation of urine crystals that leads to the formation of kidney stones.
In a beautiful victory in the fight against food waste, Raley’s will now sell ugly vegetables.
Let’s just come right out and say it: Picky eaters are annoying. Too many people turn up their noses at perfectly good foodstuff over something barely unappetizing (looking at you, lady in front of me at Seattle Coffee Works yesterday — can a latte really be “too creamy”? IT WAS FINE). So, to avoid being that person and, more importantly, to cut back the U.S.’s massive food waste problem, it’s high time to stop demanding perfection from our food.
Luckily, more startups and grocery stores are fighting for the cause: NPR reports that a large grocery store chain in the West, Raley’s, will start selling misshapen fruits and veggies in an attempt to help consumers get over the ick-factor of carrots with legs — and also, to help the farmers that grow them. Here’s NPR:
Here in the U.S., entrepreneurs behind a venture called Imperfect Produce are betting they can turn Americans on to less-than-perfect produce …
In this promotional fundraising video, the startup’s co-founder Ben Simon explains how it works: “You get a box of seasonal ugly produce delivered to your door every week, and because this produce looks a little funky on the outside you get it for 30 to 50 percent less.” They plan to start delivery in the San Francisco area sometime this summer.
And it seems at least one major grocery chain may give it a go. Imperfect has just inked a deal with high-end chain Raley’s, which has more than 100 stores in California and Nevada. The chain says it will launch a pilot program, “Real Good” produce, in 10 Northern California stores in mid-July.
Raley’s Megan Burritt says she’s working on in-store education. When customers are picking up a funky-looking double cherry or an apple that may look like a reject, she wants them to see it in a new way. Perhaps she’ll market them as the underdogs of the produce aisle. “Who doesn’t love an underdog story!” Burritt says.
Truth. And though I don’t want to get too emotionally attached to my squash and potatoes, you gotta feel a little bit of kinship with these little ugly guys. We can’t all be Michelle Pfeiffer! And neither should our vegetables! Erm, you know what I mean.
Low carb popper chicken is where it’s at for this week of eating healthy for Friday. Low carb popper chicken is a great way to get your body back on track for the weekend. Especially if you like chicken. I came across this recipe and wanted to share it.
How to Make Low Carb Popper Chicken
How to make low carb popper chicken is simple and easy all you have to do is eat out.. Just joking just follow the ingredients i listed below to get started its really easy to make.
Ingredients for low carb popper chicken is simple to follow, i hope you and everyone else enjoys it.
Baked Fish Gluten Free, your asking what is this? Wanted to share a low carb recipe for Friday. Fish is a great way to get your body back on track because it digests quickly and it’s low fat. This low carb recipe is simple, cheap, quick, and easy. Backed fish with gluten free Parmesan crust should hit the spot for those that wanted to try gluten free and still have some taste to their fish.
Baked Fish Gluten Free Parmesan Crust Ingredients
Baked fish gluten free Parmesan crust ingredients are simple to follow. I listed out the ingredients below to make this as easy as possible. I hope you and everyone else enjoys it.
* 6 ounces of Cod or any other white fish (defrosted)
* Gluten Free bread crumbs – the lighter the better!
* Parmesan (optional), you can also use the Diaya parmesan if you are vegan
Preparation of Baked Fish Gluten Free Parmesan Crust
Preparation of baked fish gluten free Parmesan crust is really easy as pie. Start with turning on your oven to preheat it and go from there. But just in case if your not sure i listed out the steps below.
1. Preheat oven to 425°. Spray a baking dish for the fillets with olive oil.
2. In medium bowl, mix together the cheese, breadcrumbs, butter, mayonnaise, green onions, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco and lemon juice; season to taste with salt and pepper. Set aside until needed.
3. Make sure the fish is free of moisture. Pat dry with paper towels, this keep the fish from making the bread coating mushy; season generously with salt and pepper. Place fish on the oiled pan.
4. Coat the fish with roughly 3 tablespoons of the cheese mixture over each fillet.
5. Place in the oven and bake until bubbly and almost cooked through, about 8 to 10 minutes. Temperature should be approximately 125-130° when tested at thickest part of fillet with meat thermometer.
6. Once the fish is cooked through, use the broiler to crisp the coating for 2 to 3 minutes to brown and crisp the tops. When done, the fish should flake easily with a fork.
7. Remove from oven, garnish with fresh parsley and serve immediately
This is a great recipe to have on hand when you are trying to make healthy meals on the go. It’s also a great dish for entertaining and it goes well on salads.
The Paleo diet for Athletes is the perfect menu for the them. If you are an athlete then you are seeking the fuel that will take your athletic performance to the next level. In our modern society, we stuff ourselves with non-foods-fake foods, even-and anti-nutrients that experts have told us are “healthy” and then we wonder why our performance is not what we hope for. The decline in functioning, performance, and endurance that we all continually experience is written off to getting older. However, it is really a response to the junk we put into our mouths each time we sit down to eat.
The Paleo Diet
The Paleo diet for athletes can turn all of that around. When we begin to eat clean and eat the foods your body was built to process, you will be shocked by how well you function. Our bodies were designed to eat foods that were readily available to us. The Paelo man was the ultimate athlete. He had to lift heavy items and run very quickly, just to survive. His ‘sport’ was survival and efficient living. And he was very successful in his sport. A large part of this was diet. His diet did not include dairy, grains, or many of the “vegetables” we eat today, which are little more than starches. He ate fruits and vegetables, which grew in abundance. He ate seeds and nuts. And he ate lean meats.
The Paleo diet is the smartest way an athlete can eat today. It is far preferable to stuffing your mouth with the processed “foods” you find on grocery store shelves today. Athletes who want to further their performance will be tremendously pleased with the increase in endurance, performance, and stamina experienced by the shift in eating habits.
Athletes who eat like our bodies were designed to report a better overall health and sense of well being. They can run faster and longer. They can reach the limits of what our bodies are designed to do. The Paleo diet for athletes is the most sensible way to eat. Athletes depend on their bodies’ performance to demonstrate dominance and mastery of their sport. That cannot happen when their bodies are improperly fueled. The modern diet does little for bodies beyond making us susceptible to illness and disease. The Paleo man died from things that required medicine, which he didn’t have. He did not have ailments such as diabetes, heart disease, etc. These are modern ailments induced by our poor diets.