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.
- Blueberry Applesauce Cake BarsThe first time I described picking blueberries, I wrote, “There’s something peaceful about picking blueberries, even when you have to stand on a ladder to do it.” I went on to post the recipe for a Chocolate-Blueberry Cake that was pretty amazing, but some of the people who commented were more curious about the ladder... […]
- Vegan Versions: Gluten Free Flatbread Pizza PartyOne of my favorite things about whole foods vegan eating is the creativity. It suits the inclination of that question I asked myself more than two decades ago, upon first learning the results of an ELISA test: what can I eat? With that question I embarked on a long fascinating voyage through the ups and downs […]