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Diet Trends

August 25, 2016

Paleo Diet The Paleo Diet also known as the "caveman" diet, is based on eating whole nutrient dense foods such as meat, eggs, vegetables and fruits. It is seen to improve health by providing a balanced nutrition while avoiding processed and refined foods. The diet avoids grains, legumes, refined sugars and dairy. Practitioners of this plan look to get most there energy from animal products that are high in protein and low in carbs.  What's Allowed: All the Meat you want:Any beef (ground beef, steak), pork (chops, ham), lamb, duck, chicken, turkey, eggs, fish, seafood (clams, scallops, etc). Fresh or frozen. Plenty of Veggies:Any fresh or frozen veggies (except potato, corn, and beans) Supplement with Nuts/Seeds:Any nuts/seeds (except peanuts), raw/ lightly roasted...

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10 Easy Ways To Use Your Microwave

August 23, 2016

THE MICROWAVE! Yes, you can make oatmeal in it, you can heat up leftovers, you can heat your dorm with it…? But there is SO MUCH MORE that that magic machine can do. I am about to share with you some of the top hacks I’ve discovered using your microwave that basically make healthy living in college a breeze. 1. UNSTALE BREAD I know how hard it is to find time to go grocery shopping between classes, clubs, etc., so I’m sure there was at least one time when that old loaf of bread sitting on your desk has gone stale. Well, don’t throw it away! Instead, wrap it in some wet paper towels and microwave it in a few...

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