All Diet & Nutrition Topics

Jul 13, 2014

How to Make Baked Boneless Chicken Wings

Chicken wings are among the most popular bar snack food. Use these easy to prepare simple recipes to create a healthier version that is just as delicious. Follow the steps and you will be enjoying baked boneless chicken wings in no time. more »

Jul 13, 2014

Baking Soda Substitutes

Baking soda is essential for baking any cake, pancakes or cookies. However, when you are preparing these items, you find the baking soda run out there. So you may need baking soda substitutes which, in the right proportions, can also provide excellent taste and texture to baked goods. more »

Jul 13, 2014

Raw Oatmeal

Oatmeal contains many vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to your overall health. Benefits of oatmeal include weight loss, heart function, nervous health, etc. Eating raw oatmeal gives you better access to these nutrients, allowing you to get more out of your diet. more »

Jul 12, 2014

1200 Calorie Meal Plan

Overeating causes calories to add up fast, so it's helpful to plan your daily meals. Too strict of dieting is pointless as it contributes to the slowing down of your metabolism. These 1,200 calorie meal plans are a great way to find a healthy medium between the two. more »

Jul 12, 2014

Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

There are many health benefits of apple cider vinegar which is a traditional folk medicine that should be considered one of the best home remedies. It has various uses that have been proven effective and safe in the management of many health conditions. more »

Jul 10, 2014

Parboil Chicken

Parboiling is simply boiling chicken meat in water until it is just partially cooked, after which the meat is separated from the water. Parboil chicken to make grilling or frying easier and quicker. This procedure is easy and ensures that the chicken is fully cooked before serving. more »

Jul 10, 2014

500 Calorie Diet

A 500 calorie diet can help you lose up to five pounds a week and prevent health problems associated with obesity. This diet should be developed and managed by a dietician or physician to avoid the dangers associated with the 500 calorie diet. more »

Jul 07, 2014

Urine Output

Urine output is tied to the amount of liquid you take in each day. If you are not urinating at a normal level it can be a sign that there may be a medical issue that requires treatment. more »

Jul 05, 2014

Brown Avocado

An avocado that has turned brown has begun to oxidize. So, can we eat brown avocados? Avocados that are slightly brown are still safe to eat, but in general, the darker the color, the more likely it is that you should throw your brown avocado away. more »

Jul 05, 2014

How Much Protein in an Egg?

How much protein in an egg? Eggs are a valuable part of a balanced diet due to their protein and vitamin rich content. While eggs do contain cholesterol, eating up to four per week is acceptable for healthy persons. more »

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