All Diet & Nutrition Topics

Aug 28, 2017

How to Bake and Grill Ribs: 5 Tasty Recipes

How to oven back and then grill ribs? Cooking ribs in the oven for a period of time and then moving them to the grill is a timesaver. Try the five recipes. more »

Aug 28, 2017

Vegetables High in Protein to Include in Your Diet

Protein is essential for the daily body needs. If you are a vegetarian or want to lose weight, this list of vegetables high in proteins may be best. more »

Aug 28, 2017

Starchy Vegetables vs. Non-Starchy Vegetables

There're two types of vegetables according to their carbohydrate content: the starchy and the non-starchy vegetables. Here provides you the list of them both. more »

Aug 28, 2017

7 Types of Substitutes for Vegetable Oil

The lack of vegetable oil when baking, frying or making salads should not be a cause for panic. There are many substitutes of vegetable oil out there. more »

Aug 25, 2017

Time to Recover from Spinal Fusion and Tips to Shorten It

Spinal fusion surgery involves fusing your vertebrae together. The time to recover varies from person to person. Luckily there’re ways to speed up the process. more »

Aug 25, 2017

Foods High in Uric Acid

High uric acid levels can result in a painful condition known as gout. Avoiding foods high in uric acid can help prevent the occurrence of this painful condition. more »

Aug 25, 2017

What to Eat or Avoid with a Soft Food Diet

You have to stick to a soft food diet after dental or stomach surgery with foods like broths, dips, fruits and vegetables, etc. Also avoid unhealthy foods. more »

Aug 24, 2017

Raw Oatmeal: Health Benefits and Recipes

Benefits of oatmeal include weight loss, heart function, nervous health, etc. Eating raw oatmeal gives you better access to these benefits. Try the five recipes. more »

Aug 23, 2017

5 Great Recipes of Protein Powder

Protein powder is a common supplement used by athletes or vegetarians. Mixing protein powder into a variety of recipes can make it easier to consume. more »

Aug 23, 2017

Eat Egg Whites for Protein and Other Nutrients

Egg whites are high in protein, with 3.6g in an egg white. Egg whites also contain a variety of vitamins and minerals that help to support your overall health. more »


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