What are your favorite simple, healthy, flavorful and totally delicious recipes? Fresher the ingredients, the better (ie, few or no preservatives). Meals, snacks, treats, beverages, lay it on me! [more inside]
posted by miss lynnster
on Jan 11, 2009 -
How does one get clear, bright white healthy "eyeballs"? You know the white area around the pupil, or whatever you call it! [more inside]
posted by gttommy
on Sep 18, 2008 -
My lifestyle is pretty healthy overall, but I always feel extra-good after drinking V8. I'm trying to figure out why this particular beverage agrees with me so much when included in a diet that's already pretty good to begin with. [more inside]
posted by yorick
on May 5, 2008 -
Eatingfilter: I'm an admitted chronic meal-skipper, trying to mend my wicked ways. Help me enjoy a healthy filling breakfast and stick to it! [more inside]
posted by actionpact
on Apr 19, 2008 -
Where can I find healthy, great-tasting food at a restaurant in northwest Houston? [more inside]
posted by swhitt
on Feb 22, 2008 -
Seeking ideas for healthy, balanced, kid-friendly meals that use local (ideally Ontarioan) ingredients, don't require the expenditure of electricity, and could be made by an 8-year old with minimal supervision? [more inside]
posted by pseudostrabismus
on Feb 10, 2008 -
I love Cauliflower! It's healthy and delicious! Help me find good ways to eat it! Right now, I've got one white and one golden head just waiting for adventure! Recipe suggestions?
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur
on Feb 7, 2008 -
I just started working with a company that gives me an option to pick different plans (value or choice) from three different providers. My options are United Health Care / Definity Health (which was preselected by our HR's computer system), Blue Cross Blue Shields, or CIGNA Health. Are their any Seattle Mefites who have had experience with one, two or all of them? [more inside]
posted by mrzarquon
on Oct 14, 2007 -
Foodies of AskMe, help me with a food-substitution puzzle-- specifically, Tater Tots.
(Any other healthy substitution suggestions also welcome). [more inside]
posted by oflinkey
on Jun 17, 2007 -
What healthy -- or at healthier
-- alternatives do you eat to fulfill cravings for emphatically unhealthy food? Clarification and examples inside. [more inside]
posted by WCityMike
on Jan 23, 2007 -
Do you have a healthy and yummy holiday recipe for a bunch of fun-loving elderly folks with type 2 diabetes and hypertension? [more inside]
posted by dog food sugar
on Nov 8, 2006 -
Toronto MeFites: 1.
Which company has the best home delivery for organic veggies and fruits? In case it's relevant, I live alone so variety is preferred to multiples of the same item. 2.
Tips and suggestions for dealing with one of these places? 3.
I'm vegetarian so flesh delivery isn't required.
posted by dobbs
on Sep 18, 2006 -
What healthier alternatives have people swapped into their lives that, to them, adequately (or mostly) fulfilled the deeper-level relaxation/decompression/whatever that food, drink, cigarettes, or drugs had formerly fulfilled? [more inside]
posted by WCityMike
on Aug 14, 2006 -
I have had a pretty unhealthy lifestyle for several years - too much alcohol and coffee, not enough sleep and exercise and its all catching up with me - I feel old and knackered. I know long term changes are needed but I'm also looking for some quick fixes to get me motivated. Any tips for quick and easy changes that will have a big impact?
posted by janecr
on May 10, 2006 -
BreakfastFilter: How do I go about preparing and consuming a big, satisfying, yet also healthy breakfast? [more inside]
posted by josh
on Oct 30, 2004 -
What's the healthiest type of cooking oil? I do a lot of faux-Indian / Thai / whatever cooking (think a big wok with lots of turmeric and pepper) and, being on a low cal diet, usually just use water or a drop of olive oil to stir things in. I would like to be able to use more oil, but don't know which, if any, could be considered healthy. Googled, but haven't found a comprehensive non-biased source yet.
posted by signal
on Aug 23, 2004 -
Cooking for the lazy and overworked. I eat a lot of overpriced crap lately - think boxed/frozen/microwaveable, or even just takeout - and for a number of obvious reasons I'd like to stop doing that. I think most of America is in the same boat with me, but can those of you who aren't give me some tips on learning to cook for myself? [more inside]
posted by tirade
on Aug 22, 2004 -