Skip to comments.Keeping-It-Off Superfoods - 9 foods that can help keep the extra weight away
Posted on 09/06/2008 2:30:17 PM PDT by neverdem
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No 2 - Soup. I always end up being hungrier AFTER I eat a bowl of soup than before.
They lost me there. I gotta have my blue cheese dressing.
No problem. Blue cheese dressing is good for you.
You missed one!
Not sure how this plays on the diabetes front, but for arthritis and gout and bp it’s supposed to be dam near miraculous.
(I luv the stuff. Lucky, I guess, I like alot of things like celery and spinach and blueberries and eggs that are good for me)
Actually, I thought this article would give information about different foods like celery. Disappointed it didn’t.
Your info about celery for arthritis and all is interesting. I’ll have to start eating it more and see what happens.
Me too. As far as I’m concerned the only salad dressing in existence is Hidden Valley’s Ranch Dressing.
Fried chicken fingers in a bowl of salad with Hidden Valley Ranch - YUM!!!!!!!!!!!
I would dispute the yogurt claim. Yogurt is still dairy and milk is a type of carbohydrate. More scientific research shows that calcium itself seems to boost the metabolism of fat in and of itself. Skip the carbs of yogurt and just take calcium supplements in my opinion. It’s more measured.
Google “celery arthritis”
Lots and lots of hits.
Read some of the testimonials (yeah, yeah, I know they are all ANECDOTAL!!)
Thanks for posting this. My stepson was told by his doctor yesterday to lose weight or diabetes and heart disease are right around the corner. He’s 42. I just printed it out and will deliver it to him, stat.
Marie’s makes a very, very tasty Chunky Bleu Cheese dressing, also great as a dip.
Perfect, so long the steak is barbecued over charcoal and you put a bunch of butter in the summer squash!!
I dunno, I go back and forth between eating a healthy diet of the kind described in this article (fruits, vegetables, whole grains, some lean chicken and fish, with a few berries and yogurt for dessert, plus green tea to drink) and eating the South Beach or modified Atkins diet (lots of protein and almost no carbs initially, then gradually adding back in a few low-sugar carbs gotten from vegetables). I’ll tell you, I really want to eat the recommended diet, but it’s the carb-free meat-and-cheese diet that drains the water right out of me and drops the blood glucose levels within about five days. So I don’t really know.
These articles amaze me. Is there really anything new here that anyone over 15 does not already know all too well. We may not follow this good advice but it is not because we have not heard it a million times.
I would tend to think that fruit is high in natural sugars and is ingested and digested rather quickly dumping sugar into your blood sugar.
That grapefruit nonsense has been debunked so many times. I’m amazed that someone who wants to be taken seriously would include it in an article such as this.
Water is not food - it shouldn’t be on the list at all.
Eggs should be on the list. Eat 1 or 2 eggs for breakfast and you will not be hungry the rest of the day.
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