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Sweet Enemy: Is Sugar Toxic?

AMY GARDNER / April 19, 2011

A couple days after watching Jamie Oliver pour 57 tons of sugar into a school bus indicating how much students in a particular LA school district get from flavored milk each week, my friend sent me the following article discussing Robert Lustig’s lecture “Sugar: The...

The Power of Positive Thinking

AMY GARDNER / April 13, 2011

You’ve probably heard the saying “you are what you eat”.  You are also what you think.  Thinking shapes who we are and how we behave.  Positive thoughts lead to positive feelings.  AND when you’re feeling good, you take better care of yourself.  Focusing on the glass half full as opposed to half...

Corn and Bean Tamale Pie

AMY GARDNER / April 11, 2011

This recipe was adapted from ‘The Complete Idiot’s Guide:  Glycemic Index Cookbook’.  It’s simple to prepare and has a nice balance of heat from the green chiles and sweetness from the polenta and corn.  Nutritionally, it’s high in protein and...

Hooked on Fiber

AMY GARDNER / April 6, 2011

Can you really get too much of a good thing?  When it comes to fiber, the answer is a resounding “yes”.  Fiber is helpful for managing weight, diabetes, cholesterol and digestive health.  It satisfies hunger and decreases the glycemic impact of food.  Since it’s not absorbed...

Red Snapper Veracruz

AMY GARDNER / March 31, 2011

This is my absolute favorite fish recipe!  Native to Veracruz, Mexico, this dish is healthy and full of flavor. The recipe calls for red snapper but you can use any light, white fish (i.e. tilapia, cod).  It’s fairly easy to make and...