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  • Cut these 4 foods to lose weight

     Cut these 4 foods to lose weight
    Q: I'm trying to lose weight, and a friend recently told me that cutting white bread and potatoes out of my diet completely will help. Is that true? A: Your friend is right. Taking white bread and white potatoes, as well as white rice and white pasta,...
  • The Find: Del Tomate, a tasty Argentina-Italy hybrid

    The Find: Del Tomate, a tasty Argentina-Italy hybrid
    There's a kind of heartland excess at many Argentine restaurants, palaces of meat that offer as good a lesson in bovine anatomy as any abattoir. But Del Tomate doesn't indulge in steakhouse gluttony. Instead, the 2-month-old Tustin restaurant busies...
  • Good carb, bad carb

    Good carb, bad carb
    Confused about which carbohydrates you should be eating? Welcome to the club. "It's the biggest lack-of-consensus issue in the U.S. diet today," said Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, associate professor of epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health. "We...
  • Country White Bread

    Country White Bread
    Country White Bread (makes 2 loaves) STARTER 1 cup warm water 2 teaspoons fresh yeast 1 cup all-purpose flour DOUGH ¾ cup warm water 3 tablespoons honey 4 teaspoons fresh yeast ¼ cup + 1 teaspoon vegetable shortening 4 ¾ cups all-purpose flour 1...
  • Naproxen side effects

    Naproxen side effects
    People's Pharmacy Q. I have taken naproxen regularly for the past several years, having had knee replacement and shoulder surgery. When I take naproxen, my blood pressure goes up from 115/70 to about 145/94. I was told my blood pressure problem was...
  • Cleaning up your carb act: Where to begin

    Cleaning up your carb act: Where to begin
    Most Americans eat between 250 and 300 grams of carbohydrates a day, the equivalent of 1,000 to 1,200 calories. The Institute of Medicine, which sets dietary nutrient requirements, recommends 130 grams a day. Some, such as Dr. Frank Hu, professor of...
  • Leslie's 1-2-3 white bread

    A loaf of bread for 74 cents - that tastes really good How much did you spend on a loaf of bread this week? $1, $2.50, $3.50...more? The costs associated with living and breathing keep rising - in fact grocery costs are expected to tack on at least a 2%...
  • Comfort Food From Tyler Florence

    Comfort Food From Tyler Florence
      The Perfect Omelet with Watercress & Roasted Mushrooms Pair with Alexia Roasted Red Potatoes & Baby Portabella Mushrooms Recipe courtesy Tyler Florence Yield: 6 servings Ingredients: 1 stick butter 18 eggs (3 per person) 1/2 cup heavy...
  • It's time to be serious

    Any time that you try to kid my 4-year-old granddaughter, Lucy, or when you tell her to do something that is absolutely outrageous (like ask her to get ready for bed or to turn off the television), she turns, looks you right in the eye and says, “...
  • Study: Cadmium, breast cancer tied

    Study: Cadmium, breast cancer tied
    In a finding that strengthens the link between environmental pollutants and rising rates of breast cancer, new research finds that women whose diets contain higher levels of cadmium are at greater risk of developing breast cancer than those who ingest...
  • Back to School Lunches with Shari

    Use the NuVal™ Nutrition Scoring System at Meijer to help you build a healthier lunch for your school children.  NuVal™ helps you to find the most nutritious foods in every section of the grocery store.  High scoring NuVal™ foods include...
  • Produce, food price hike tied to rising fuel costs

    Produce, food price hike tied to rising fuel costs
    MISHAWAKA – Check your grocery store bills lately? You are paying more for the basics and an Indiana Farm Bureau study found prices have steadily climbed all year. The reason: fuel costs. So WSBT decided to shop around to see what prices look like...