Starchy vegetable are limited on the Eat to Live diet, but sometimes it can be hard to tell what’s starchy and what’s not. Here’s a list compiled by members of the Eat-2-Live Yahoogroup. Starchy/Limited: beets carrots (cooked) corn parsnips plantains potatoes pumpkin rutabaga salsify sweet potatoes turnips winter squash (butternut, acorn, and other winter varieties) […]
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A description of recipes suitable for the Eat to Live program.
This chart explains the nutrient density of foods and indicates the frequency with which various foods should be eaten.
An outline of the Eat to Live Six-Week plan and more resources.
- Hawaiian Baked Beans in the Instant PotWith the 4th of July coming up, I felt it was my duty to take one of my old favorite ridiculously easy recipes and make it much more complicated. Well, that wasn’t exactly my thinking. I was pondering an update of this Hawaiian Baked Beans recipe to go with the Red Bean-Chipotle Burgers I made... […]
- The Song Is LoveI have a confession to make: I talk to myself. A lot. All the time. Every day. Even in public places, like the aisles of the grocery store (sometimes especially in the aisles of the grocery store). But according to this article about self talk, this may actually be a good thing. It seems […]