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Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian will welcome YummyPlants.com founder, Rebecca Gilbert to share how you can easily entertain in “plant-based style” this July 4th weekend and to talk about her fabulous new book: It's Easy to Start Eating Vegan! YUMMY PLANTS 101. Rebecca Gilbert is a former competitive figure skater whose switch to a vegan diet healed her chronic joint pain. She founded the Yummy Plants vegan community to help provide support and comraderie for people transitioning to a vegan diet. She is known for her talk The Yummy Plants 101: Easy Transition Tips to a Vegan Diet. Her presentation includes information on easy egg and dairy substitutions, ideas for stocking a vegan pantry, and suggestions for making a vegan diet workable in our lives both inside and outside of the house. Rebecca has been a featured speaker at Vegfest events including the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival, Vegetarian Summerfest, Paris Vegan Day, and universities.
If you love to barbecue but want to eat plant based foods, you will not be disappointed with John Schlimms latest best-selling book, Grilling Vegan Style: 125 Fired-Up Recipes to Turn Every Bite into a Backyard BBQ! John serves up backyard cooking and entertaining like never before. Running the gamut from plant-based appetizers, salads, sides, kabobs, and burgers to main dishes, desserts, and, of course, cocktails, John Schlimm also demonstrates the art of grilling faux meats, with key info on everything you need for proper heat and the best taste. With color photographs throughout, this cookbook ensures that the magic of a summer barbecue or a night around the campfire can ignite your taste buds all year long. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to best-selling vegan author, John Schlimm, about his tips and techniques for grilling as featured in his latest book, Grilling Vegan Style! Please tune in each week to The Organic View and visit podcast.theorganicview.com to subscribe to TheOrganicView's OFFICIAL RSS feed! If you are not able to hear out latest shows, please resubscribe on iTunes. Please also subscribe to our new Youtube channel for our latest interviews. Stay tuned! Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). For other promotional offers, please visit TheOrganicView.com’s website.
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian focuses on easy-peasy, plant-based recipes for quick and delicious weeknight meals. Then she’ll welcome singer-songwriter and vegetarian Laura Cheadle to chat about her music and more! Laura Theodore’s cookbooks are now available, including the new book: Jazzy Vegetarian Classics! Laura Cheadle, has four successful albums out. Ms. Cheadle has opened for The Jonas Brothers, Spin Doctors, Garland Jeffreys, John Oates/Hall and Oates, and Average White Band amoung others. Cheadle has been featured on ABC “TUNED IN" segment and NBC 10. Her music has been featured on the Hit Radio Station 93.7 where she was voted as "Best Female Singer of 2009" and "Best Female Artist of 2010." Because of her active charity work, Laura was named a "Super Woman of South Jersey" in South Jersey Magazine. Laura recently appeared and performed on the NBC 10!
Why should I make healthy food choices?
Eating a healthy, balanced diet provides nutrients to your body. These nutrients give you energy and keep your heart beating, your brain active, and your muscles working.
Nutrients also help build and strengthen bones, muscles, and tendons and also regulate body processes, such as blood pressure.
Good nutrition can lower your risk of developing a range of chronic diseases. For example, eating more fruit and vegetables can help lower blood pressure and may lower your risk of certain types of cancer (such as colorectal, breast, lung and prostate cancer). Eating less saturated fat may also lower your risk of heart disease.
Healthy eating can also help people that already have some types of disease or illness such as diabetes, high cholesterol and blood pressure. And, of course, improving your eating habits will contribute to you achieving and maintaining a healthy weight.
Try to achieve a balance with the foods you eat and include lots of variety and remember, all things in moderation.
Healthy Cooking with Macro Val 1-2 p.m. Chef, author, instructor, Valerie Wilson helps people live happier lives through healthier eating! Topic: Peanuts, with recipe, Frozen Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie. Celebrating my Birthday with one of my favorite recipes! Call in with questions 646-378-0378.
How do you support a healthy metabolism? The process of metabolism establishes the rate at which we burn our calories and, ultimately, how quickly we gain weight or how easily we lose it. Although some factors affecting metabolic rate, like age and genetics, can’t be changed, there are ways to maximize your metabolism.
One important part of metabolism is how many calories you burn while at rest. Did you know that eating breakfast to “break the fast” can increase your metabolism by as much as 10%? Start your day with the less-processed whole grain nutrition of Great Grains Protein Blend to help jumpstart your metabolism.**
Did you know that protein generally requires about 25% more energy to digest? Because protein takes longer to break down than fat and carbohydrate, the body uses more energy to digest protein and this helps you burn more calories. As a good source of protein, Great Grains Protein Blend can actually help enhance your metabolism!**
Living Vegan is a trend spreading across this country. Many have questions about the wisdom and application of this eating lifestyle. Is it healthy? Should children be eating vegan too? Isn’t it hard to find food to eat when you are limited to vegan foods. What is VEGAN?
Our guest is the perfect person to answers these and other questions as he is a voice of medical authority and practices being vegan personally, Dr. John Westerdahl (Nutritionist, Regi
So many are afraid to eat fat. There is so much controversy and confusion over the role fat plays in one’s health, and especially heart health. As a result, many avoid fats all together. Together with our guest, Sylvia Klinger, RDN (Hispanic Nutrition) and food consultant, co-host Stacey Antine, RDN (HealthBarn USA) author of Appetite for Life, we will walk through the good fats and explain why and how we all need to eat it to develop and maintain a strong, functional cardiovascular system. Get excited about enjoying foods, such as avocados and almonds as we share irresistible heart healthy recipes your whole family will love!
Have you ever thought of Dehydrated Foods as being your answer to delicious, healthy, easy to store, budget saving meals? Our guest for this week’s Family Food Experts Kitchen show, Chef Jenny Ross, author of Simply Dehydrated, owner and executive chef of the living-foods restaurants “118 Degrees” in CA, is a master of turning dehydrated fruits and vegetables into delectable wraps, breads, desserts recipes and so much more. She will share the need-to-know tips on choosing a dehydrator that best suits you. Plus she will address common questions about how to shop and prep produce, as well as dehydrate it for the perfect texture. From a breakfast Easy Granola, to a Coconut Crisp Bread and Strawberry Wrap, Chef Jenny Ross will fill you up with family-friendly, yummy, healthy recipes.
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Holistic Health Counselor, avid cook, baker and award-winning vegan blogger, Dianne Wenz to talk about how to jazz up your holiday party with great taste and style! Dianne's vegan recipes will wow your holiday guests! Now Available: Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites makes the gift perfect holiday gift and Jazzy Vegetarian, Season 3, airs on the CREATE channel all across the country! Jazzy Vegeta
It may not surprise anyone that a 20-ounce bottle of soda can contain anywhere from 15 to 22 teaspoons of sugar per serving, but sugar is also lurking in less obvious places. The USDA’s Dietary Guidelines suggest no more than 10 teaspoons a day of added sugar, but if you’re not paying attention, those spoonfuls can add up fast. Here are 5 sources of sugar found in seemingly healthy choices.
Bottled Salad Dressings
Many brands of balsamic vinaigrette have the equivalent of 1 teaspoon of sugar per serving (and a serving is only 2 tablespoons). French and Thousand Island style dressings are just as bad, if not worse. The solution: Make your own.
Read more at: http://blog.foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/2014/02/05/5-surprisingly-sugary-foods/?oc=linkback
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