Grilled seafood can be a delightful culinary experience if done right. Many people shy away from seafood because they don't know what to do with it. Seafood makes a tasty, healthy meal on the grill. Did you know most fish has less than half the fat of beef? I would rather put a nice salmon fillet on the grill any day. Grilling great seafood takes a little practice. Here are 10 tips to help you get started.
1. Always start with fresh fish if... Read More
Consuming mostly low to medium GI level foods is one of the best choices that you can make to get a health and lean body. If you are new to the glycemic index, it may sound overwhelming and confusing to you. So now I will give you six simple rules to follow that will help you to live a low GI lifestyle on a daily basis. The six rules are:
1. Eat more beans and legumes.
Legumes and beans are very high soluble and insoluble... Read More
If you love sushi but are on a budget, get your fishy fix at home - for less - by making it yourself. You'll need the right ingredients, some practice and a little patience.
What you Need
Makisu (bamboo rolling mat)
Medium bowl with water
A sharp knife
Nori seaweed paper
Prepared sushi rice (sushemi)
Ultra-fresh seafood cut into strips. Try raw tuna, salmon,... Read More
Japan has 30 percent fewer obese people than the United States - how do they do it? There are plenty of tricks and healthy eating habits that we can learn from the Japanese. The idea of tiny portions of lots of different foods is one that the Japanese adopt for every meal. In fact, the standard nutritional advice in Japan is to eat 30 different foods per day! Such a varied diet seems to ward off cravings and achieves a balance of... Read More
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Seafood is a wide range of different types of items from shellfish to salmon and they each have their own characteristics when fresh. If you know these characteristics you will know how to make sure you buy good seafood.
When you buy seafood everyone know that fresh is the best. But, you may think... Read More
Salads have gotten a bad rap. Through the years of fad dieting- the grapefruit diet, the cabbage soup diet, no carb, no fat, and the list goes on-traditional salads hav fallen by the wayside. No need to write them off, salads can be just as exciting and filling as any other course.
We all know the feeling: full of optimism, you open the refrigerator door, planning to eat a healthy lunch. This lunch will... Read More
The Chinese people seem to get it -- how to eat lots of food, yet still lose weight. In fact, recent research says that they eat 30 percent more than Americans, yet they weigh 20 percent less. However, what they eat and their levels of activity differ vastly from fast-food-fed Americans. Vegetables are as prized in China as meat is in the U.S., and they're used liberally in cooking. Don't be fooled by the meat-centric items on the menu at... Read More
You try to feed your kids healthful food most of the time, but are there a few tweaks you could make to get just a little more nutrition into them? If they're already making OK choices, then it's pretty painless to sneak in few more vitamins and minerals. Here are some super substitutions. Start with drinks. Pediatricians recommend switching to cow's milk at age 1, but did you know that not all kids need all the fat in whole milk? In... Read More
Sushi can be a super fun meal for the whole family - kids included! Rolls are fun to make and eat and most of the ingredients are healthy too. You don't have to limit your idea of sushi to raw fish, either. There are many cooked and non-seafood alternatives you can try - even dessert sushi!
The Dangers of Mercury
The biggest danger associated with seafood consumption is the... Read More