Great Food Great Health Jennifer Daniels

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Published: April 27th 2013

Kindle Edition

32 pages


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Great Food Great Health  by  Jennifer Daniels

Great Food Great Health by Jennifer Daniels
April 27th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 32 pages | ISBN: | 7.80 Mb

We are bombarded on an almost daily basis about the growing obesity problem and the need for each and every one of us to take control of our health. There are so many diet products and so many exercise regimes and equipment out there all promising toMoreWe are bombarded on an almost daily basis about the growing obesity problem and the need for each and every one of us to take control of our health. There are so many diet products and so many exercise regimes and equipment out there all promising to deliver a new healthy you that it is confusing as to what you should do.On top of that there are mixed messages- one expert is saying this food is good while another expert is saying that this exact same food is bad.

Is it any wonder we are so confused that we end being paralyzed by inertia because it seems that no matter what decision we make it will be wrong or it will eventually be proven to be wrong.Jennifer Daniels book doesnt look at new super foods and special diets, it doesnt promote new exercise equipment which will make sure you lose 100lbs in a week doing five minutes of exercise three times a week. This book looks at food that is readily available and explains their nutritional value, how food will help you, how much of it you should eat, and how to cook it without having to be a master chef.

You may never look at Brussels sproouts the same after reading this book:Health Benefits: Because Brussels sprouts are packed with vitamin B in the form of folic acid they are great for pregnant women because folic acid helps in preventing neural tube defects in infants, just like oranges. Brussels sprouts also contain potassium and omega-3 fatty acids, fibre and vitamin C and vitamin K which means they are great for fighting cancer and heart disease.Serving Portions: One serving size is about 4 or 5 Brussels sprouts. One serving a day is plenty.Serving Suggestions: As a youngster this was my least favourite vegetable even ranking behind silver beat which was pretty yuck as well.

I think it was something to do with the way my parents cooked them. They use to just boil them whole and then we would have to chew our way through them, and they weren’t good. However this simple recipe makes Brussels sprouts a whole lot more appealing and it only takes about 20 minutes. Firstly cut the Brussels sprouts in half and spread them out on an oven tray.

Next coat them with a tablespoon of olive oil and then put them in the oven which needs to be preheated to 500 F. Roast them until they turn golden brown, turning them once. Delicious!Interesting Fact: Although a vegetable, Brussels sprouts are surprisingly high in protein which makes up 25% of the vegetable’s calories. This means that they are a great substitute for meat if mixed with grains to provide the whole spectrum of amino acids that meat provides, with the added benefit that they won’t fill you out like meat does.Jennifer also provides easy to follow tips for helping you to use great eating habits to improve your health goals and exercising tips that wont break the bank or take up too much of your time.The harder dieting and exercising is the less chance it has of succeeding so Jennifer Daniels provides a pathway of less resistance to a healthier you.



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