Are you part of the 50+ Boomer/Senior generations and concerned with your dietary health challenges such as high cholesterol, hypertension, heart disease or elevated A1C? If so, you've definitely come to the right place!
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Did you Know?
Sugar and saturated fat trigger your body to make more of its own cholesterol.
About 75% of the sodium added to our diets comes from processed foods, not the salt shaker.
Fattier fish such as salmon, mackerel & anchovies are great sources of Omega 3 fatty acids.
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Fancy some healthier breakfast options, like deliciously Dirty Eggs, a sizzling Garden Skillet or sumptuous Slow Oats? Does Ambrosia Tropicale, Berry & Quinoa Salmagundi, or Pisto Manchego sound exotically & nutritiously appetizing? Would leaner, higher ﬁber comfort foods like Fireside Chili, Meatloaf & Mash, Sweet Corn Hash & Turkey Noodle Soup tickle our tastebuds?
A 4 oz. portion of aromatically seasoned lamb kebab done to a turn. Served with a Mezze Plate of Hummus & Tzetziki it’s no wonder that minimizing meat, reducing saturated fat and avoiding excess sodium can taste so good! Print
This hodgepodge of sweet and savory ﬂavors is extremely high in ﬁber, extraordinarily nutritious and refreshingly quirky… whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Ingredients to RememberRaspberries are the highest ﬁber fruit at 8 grams per cup.Quinoa contains almost twice
The blue plate special, Meat Loaf & Mashed Potatoes. But not all comfort food is comfortable to our waistlines and cholesterol count, so let’s make a few adjustments. True comfort food with less saturated fat and calories thanks too
Ounce for ounce, lobster has as much protein as steak, but a fraction of the saturated fat. Understandably lobster is not cheap, but it’s much more affordable if it’s bought and cooked by you, rather than ordered in a restaurant.