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Day 25 - July 24

July 24, 2014
Day 25: Nutrition

Dark leafy greens are, pound for pound, one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. It is so essential that we eat as much of these greens as possible throughout our day so that we can ensure that our bodies are getting the nutrients they need. 238 more words

Health And Lifestyle

Recipe: Tuscan Kale with Sesame Oil

I don’t eat Kale nearly as much as I should. It is such a forgotten vegetable, thought by some to be far too pedestrian. However, it is filled with nutrients and is a great source of Vitamins K, A, and C. 171 more words


Twist on your typical veges for dinner

I don’t know about you but I am always looking for new ways to have my veges for dinner.  My latest creation is “Cauli-kumara-broc mash”.  Yes, it is as simple as the name sounds (are you getting the jist that I like to keep things simple?) but adds a new dimension to add extra veges to your dinner.   141 more words


Greens Are The New Reds: Environmentalists Demand End To Capitalism

Environmental and Climate Change groups declare global warming cannot be stopped until Capitalism is abolished.  Draw up ‘Margarita Declaration’.

Pretty sure that margaritas must have played a major contributing factor in the insipid and idiotic imbecility of the world’s Communists and Marxists demanding an end to Capitalism.   603 more words

Obama Marxist Tyranny

Down & Dirty Recovery Cakes

Down & Dirty Recovery Cakes

These tasty treats are what I call “binge proof” because they are so satisfying and balanced in nutrition.

I created this recipe for my first Grand Canyon adventure, inspired by the… 151 more words


Know your greens! Eat your greens http://ift.tt/1ufT4jU


shairalundy reblogged this on The Beautiful Bulimic and commented:

Found this pretty interesting...I thought kale was the king of greens, hmmm...

Greens 'n Eggs, No Ham

Crack an Egg on Your Head

This savory, gluten-free breakfast or brunch parfait reminds me of a childhood rhyme. Pretending to crack on an egg on a friend’s head, you would say, “Crack an egg on your head, let the yolk drip down, let the yolk drip down, let the yolk drip down,” and as you repeated the words, you’d run your hands down your giddy friend’s arms in a tickly kind of way. 46 more words