I've been trying a no sugar/complex carbohydrates diet by dumping vegetables and canned salmon together with beans in a bowl, or dumping vegetables and canned salmon together with shirataki noodles in a bowl and then pouring in hot water. This gets old, fast. What are some ways to simply upgrade the taste of my meals, without added sugar, simple carbohydrates, or too much added salt? [more inside]
I love food, but eating makes me feel terrible. What can I do about it? [more inside]
I've been skipping meals. Help me knock it off and be healthy. [more inside]
Please suggest me some snacks, light or portable dishes that are both healthy and involve baking or cooking. [more inside]
Please help me balance a busy schedule, heavy exercise, and dietary constraints by suggesting the perfect meal.
Please help me balance a busy schedule, heavy exercise, and dietary constraints by suggesting the perfect meal. [more inside]
Is there any connection between eating meals close to bedtime and elevated risk of developing diabetes? [more inside]
My watercooler at work has a hot water feature which I would like to take advantage of. What are the best healthy substantial "meals" that require me only to add hot water? (Relevant info: At a cafe I used to frequent, there were packets of Bear Naked blueberry oatmeal that were outstanding. Now, Bear Naked's site doesn't list this as one of their products. Does this product still exist? I don't like Quaker Oats.)