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Belldon Colme
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[recipe below] It’s all the rage and I’m sure you’ve seen it, read about it or heard someone raving about quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah), but it may surprise you to learn it’s not new at all. This perfect little food is considered an ancient grain. Quinoa is a “perfect protein”, meaning...
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Good eats!
When we think of the time required for food preparation for daily meals, we often overlook how much our oven can help us out. This technique is used for everything from today’s oven roasted loin to Latin chicken and pork dished, rich English chopped beef, Irish stews and many more.
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I built Fat Free With Me for you. Simple, no-gimmicks, real-food eating plans paired with the most caring and highly qualified weight management coaches anywhere yield a staggering 86% client success rate.
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+Vicki Fitch the recipe technically makes two servings as is, however this is a hearty meal and I doubt many people will be able to eat that much. Rule of thumb? Stop when full. 😊
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+Belldon Colme  Thank you! It's helpful to have that info for all our RFL folks.
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Sweet and heat makes it fun to eat! Spicy Stir Fry recipe is so fast and easy to make, you won;t believe how mouthwateringly delicious it is!
Wok cooking is pretty much my favorite of all cooking methods for its speed, ease, simplicity and amazing flavor, and Spicy Pork is no exception.
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MMM mmm mmm!
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This is a surprising piece of video, insightful into why mainstream weight programs do not work.
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Wow! We are getting cool reviews! I love it when a plan comes together ;-) Thank you!
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Are carbs friend or foe? Find something here you may not have thought about.
 
TIP of the Week: The Essentiality of Carbs

Yes, I made up "essentiality". I like it, though, so we are stuck with it.

I was challenged recently on Quora.com for my stance that all food types (with the obvious exception of the highly processed stuff) are essential to balanced healthy eating. A gentleman named Matt challenged, "When is sugar ever a good thing in anyone's diet?"

That is a really good question, especially in the face of several fad diets out there proclaiming sugar as enemy number one, and carbs of all sorts close behind. There are several misconceptions held close by the anti-carb crowd, and it will help in understanding the essentiality of carbs if we clear them up.

Chief among these is the notion that consuming carbs effects certain hormone levels in the body, and that the hormone leptin messes with a person's metabolism, slowing it down or causing it to catabolize the wrong things. Let's clarify this. There is certain evidence suggesting that leptin production is affected by carbs. However leptin does not affect metabolism; it affects appetite. As such, leptin levels are influenced by several things.

To understand the role of carbs better one must realize there are two kinds: simple carbs and complex carbs. Simple carbs generally include highly processed foods and sugar, are broken down very quickly in the body, hence providing quick energy. If that energy is not used up, it will quickly be stored as body fat. Complex carbs include fruits, some vegetables and the like, are broken down more slowly and provide more even energy levels for a period of time.

Leptin levels appear in some studies to elevate when one consumes simple carbs. In other words, a person may actually feel more hungry after eating simple carbs, rather than sated. It is no secret that sugar is addictive, right? Now you know why. Metabolism is not affected by this, however. Instead, it is a person's giving in to their appetite and consuming even more calories that is the problem.

So, what positive role can carbs possibly play in a balanced diet?

The most obvious role is providing energy during heavy, intense work or exercise. There is a reason marathon bike riders and runners consume orange juice, climbers eat chocolate and power lifters eat large doses of grain products. Protein alone does not provide enough energy in the moment to sustain these activities. However in these circumstances complex carbs are the better choice over simple carbs.

Another role is providing healing energy when a person is ill. During such times a person's appetite may be reduced, but carbs such as bread or even a little ice cream are calorie dense, nourishing the person through what little food they may be able to eat and providing 'hotter' energy levels as the body fights its war against the illness. In the case of sickness, simple carbs may be the better choice. There is also a reason why hospitals use an IV drip of what amounts to sugar water to keep those with little appetite nourished.

Lastly, there is a valid role for carbs in normal eating. I don't know about you, but I enjoy having a steady energy level through the hours between meals. A small amount of simple carbs like bread or sugar provide quick energy. A small amount of complex carbs like fruit or whole grain kick in a little bit later, as the simple carbs burn off. Protein is more like a time release capsule, providing longer term sustained energy. Obviously, in correct quantities, there is a place for all of them, together with copious amounts of vegetables which counter the leptin kick of simple carbs.

And you know what? I believe in quality of life, and a little wine, candy or pie definitely contributes to mine. For this purpose, just make sure you keep treats in the role of treats, and don't let them become staples.

One last word on the positive role of carbs. Carbs are more calorie dense than vegetables or lean protein. The simpler the carbs, the higher the calorie count. Carb portions must be kept small, therefore, else the positive role becomes negative awfully fast.

Happy Eating, Everyone!

You can do it. I can help. Let's get fat free.
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Belldon Colme owns Fat Free With Me (http://fatfreewithme.com), Human Nature Management, The Power Tools of Personal Success. His focus is Goal Fulfillment, assisting individuals and corporations in identifying and clarifying goals, and successfully reaching and incorporating those goals into their life and work.
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    1983
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