According to recent studies, resistant starch foods will make you thin. This is another example of Round foods naturally working on your side to keep you looking and feeling healthy – for resistant foods also happen to have a Round shape.
What is Resistant Starch?
Resistant starch can be described as a nutrient found in certain carbohydrate-rich foods that mimic fiber during digestion — while still providing similar health benefits.
Aids weight loss and digestive health
Helps prevent constipation
Helps to maintain blood sugar levels
Reduces the risk of developing diabetes and heart disease
Reduces the risk of colon cancer
Increases mineral absorption
While resistant starch is found naturally in certain foods, the cooling period of the cooking process can create higher levels of resistant starch. When starchy foods are cooked, starch absorbs water and then swells. During cooling of cooked foods, some of the starch crystallizes into resistant starch. Cooling foods in the refrigerator or at room temperature will cause resistant starch levels to rise.
A new study discovered that the healthiest breakfast is a simple bowl of cereal with milk.
By starting your day with cereal and milk, you will be less likely to stuff your face with fatty, sugary food during the course of the day. Plus, cereal nutrients your body with calcium and a variety of other key nutrients, such as fiber and protein.
Feed yourself and your loved ones a whole grain cereal with milk, and for an even more nutritious, delicious, energy-boosting breakfast, add berries or a sliced banana to the mix. Of course, the choice is always yours!
A bento box is a tasty set of Japanese dishes that hold a variety of ingredients in one meal in separate containers that fit inside one big box. This fun lunch is made up of two different recipes – some Rounder than others, each one is so easy, you can make it in minutes!
Get Rachael’s Bento Box Recipe! Make it for your kids, grand kids, your husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, roommate, friend or treat yourself to a tasty lunch in a bento box!
Make this on a Sunday for dinner, and unless you have a huge crowd or heavy eaters, you’ll have leftovers for lunch or dinner during the week.
Watch how to make this savory dish, and see the recipe below!
1 whole chicken
1 handful of tiny white potatoes
1 handful of tiny red potatoes
Heaping handful of whole white mushrooms
1 whole onion
1 to 2 parsnips
Heaping handful of whole brussels sprouts
1 to 2 teaspoons fresh chopped thyme
4 to 8 whole cloves of garlic
3 tablespoons olive oil (virgin is best)
1 orange (optional)
Preheat the oven to 500 degrees.
Wash and pat dry chicken. Notice its Round shape, then sprinkle generously with salt, including the cavity. Mix together olive oil and thyme and rub all over chicken. Squeeze lemon juice on the chicken. Slice the lemon or orange or both, and place slices in the cavity and under the skin. Place chicken on rack in a roasting pan. Cut whole onion in half and place on rack. Put chicken in the oven and cook for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, wash, trim and brush oil over the vegetables. After 20 minutes, turn the oven down to 425 degrees, add the vegetables on the rack and place back in the oven. Roast for 30 minutes or until the juices run clear.
Let the chicken rest for 15 to 20 minutes, slice or rip apart, and serve on a humongous platter with the vegetables.
In this video you’ll meet Jenny, Diana’s Niece, Jenny, who is a lot like her. They pose, weights in the gym, eat healthy and jump with the family. You’ll get an idea of the full circle of healthy eating and working out. It turns out that Diana and Jenny have quite a lot in common.
2 cubes of butter
1 cup of white sugar
1 1/2 cup slivered almonds
1 to 1 1/4 cups finely chopped walnuts
1 swirl of light Karo syrup
Up to 1 bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips
In a large pan, add the butter, sugar, almonds and Karo syrup. Cook over medium high heat, stirring constantly until the mixture thickens and browns into toffee.(See the video for the exact color.) Pour the molten hot toffee mixture onto a large rimmed cookie sheet and spread evenly with a spatula. Pour the desired amount of chocolate chips onto the hot toffee, wait a few minutes and spread evenly. Sprinkle the desired amount of chopped walnuts over the chocolate, shake the pan, and sprinkle more over less nutty spots.
Let the candy cool at room temperature for at least 3 hours, or until it is not sticky to the touch. If you are in a hurry, place the pan in the freezer for 30 minutes. Then break the hardened candy with the tip of a knife or just use your hands. It is then ready to eat and can be stored without refrigeration.
You can also break it up into tiny pieces and top a bowl of vanilla ice-cream with it. Wrap some candy in a holiday container and then give it as a gift to friends or the host at a holiday party. Everyone will love it!
It is important to eat healthy food, especially since every seven years your body regenerate itself with the food that enters your mouth. You an either be made out of greasy fast food or a variety of healthy foods such as avocados, leafy greens and a fresh fruit salad.
Knowing what is healthy to eat and not healthy is important. For instance, fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grans and lean meats you prepare yourself in healthy ways will be lower in fat and higher in nutrition than fast foods.
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How to Stop Stuffing Your Face with Fast Food
Instead of taking the easy and unhealthy route by stuffing your face with fast food, keep healthy snacks with you so you don’t get so hungry you don’t care what goes into your body. If you are a fast food junkie, you need to take a break from it for long enough to allow your taste buds and little voices in your head to return to their natural state.
If you like this, also check out Diet Visualizations, also known as other ways to eat less by using your mind.
By stopping cold turkey with fast food, you will likely feel a few days of withdrawal. You can lessen the pain by starting a new feeding plan with healthy foods. Before you know it, your new palette will appreciate the scrumptious taste of real food and you will not be so tempted by the disgusting fatty, greasy, high glycemic, high calorie, gut busting, extra salty, vitamin and nutrient-free, additive-rich, over-sized gluttonous portions of obesity producing fast food-like meals.
Some of our smartest scientists at Carnegie Mellon University discovered that continuous thinking about eating a particular food, such as candy or cheese, resulted in the study dieters to eat less of those foods they craved when it was offered to them.
This goes along with the already well-known idea that thinking about a food can make your mouth water. These savvy researchers extended this idea to find that you can also think your way into being satisfied without actually eating the food.
The study used M&Ms and cheese cubes and learned that imagining eating a lot of a food caused the mind to subconsciously restrict how much of that food the dieters actually later ate.
In a nutshell, the study conclusion found that people who imagined eating more food ate less of that same food when it was set before them later on.
The idea behind this new bodybuilding, healthy eating and Round inspired series is to feed people quick, helpful , and easy to digest tidbits of information to anyone who wants to eat healthier, lose weight, and get into shape. Each show with feature a different element of taking care of your body.