The 'Eat More of What You Love' author gives her tips for satisfying snack options
You may not believe that your Super Bowl party can be healthy and delicious, but if anyone can pull it off it’s Marlene Koch. Her legions of followers would agree — Koch’s most recent book, Eat More of What You Love, was the country’s fourth most popular cookbook this year.
Koch believes that bettering your Super Bowl menu is a necessity. As she pointed out, "The Super Bowl is the second-highest caloric day for people, after Thanksgiving." But it’s not a matter of just putting out boring veggie plates with low-fat dip. Koch recommends cheesy nachos, but she adds beans for bulk, uses a leaner beef and a reduced-fat chip and mixes chicken stock into the cheese. Her recipe takes a 680-calorie dip and turns it into only 160 calories. "It’s the kind of eating big you can do and still stay small," she says. She also suggests a caramelized onion dip with light cream cheese and light mayonnaise.
For more of Koch's tips watch the video above and make sure to pick up her best-selling Eat More of What You Love to make sure you have all the game day recipes!
Healthy Smoothie Recipes
My kids leave for school at all hours in the morning so my goal is to make them something quick and healthy! Smoothies are the ultimate way to jam pack as much nutrition as possible into one drink. These 6 Superfood Smoothies are the perfect meal and full of vitamins which will keep them energized and their minds sharp. The key is the smoothies must taste amazing or my kids won’t drink them! I sneak in handfuls of spinach without them even detecting it since it has such a mild flavor yet is such a nutritional powerhouse.
Since smoothies are full of fresh fruits, vegetables, and protein — the options are endless. We mix it up with lots of variety so the smoothies don’t get boring. I am posting our fabulous six superfood smoothies which are filled with superfoods that will start your mornings off right.
Super Bowl Recipes for a Crowd
Whether you're rooting for the Broncos or the Panthers on Super Bowl Sunday, you'll want your party guests to be cheering for the food you've cooked up. But crowd-pleasing party food isn't always healthy. Super Bowl recipes can be heavy on the calories and packed with fat, sodium, and sugar.
Help is here. Our recipes for Slow Cooker Turkey Chili, Mac and Cheese with Cauliflower, and Lighter Vegetable Lasagna, add a healthier twist to these old favorites—so you can indulge (almost) guilt-free. With added veggies, they're lower in calories than their traditional counterparts, yet they're winners when it comes to taste. And you won't miss the game because you can prepare these dishes in advance.
Here are easy-to-follow recipes for these all-star Super Bowl dishes, developed by Consumer Reports in-house chef, Claudia Gallo.
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 pound ground turkey
1 large onion, chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
2 red bell peppers, chopped
2 cups frozen corn
1 (28 ounce) can no salt added diced tomatoes
1 (15 ounce) can low sodium black beans, rinsed
2 tablespoons tomato paste
2 tablespoons chili powder
1 teaspoon cumin
1⁄2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1⁄2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon
1⁄4 cup fat free sour cream
1⁄2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 bunch chives, snipped
1. In large skillet heat oil and cook turkey, onion and garlic over medium-high heat, stirring until turkey crumbles and is no longer pink drain.
2. Spoon mixture into a 5 quart slow cooker stir in peppers, corn, tomatoes, beans, tomato paste, chili powder, cumin, cayenne, salt, and cinnamon until well blended.
3. Cook on HIGH for 4-5 hours or at LOW for 6-8 hours. Serve with sour cream, cheese, and chives.
Nutrition Information: One serving contains 300 calories, 6 g fat, 40 mg cholesterol, 440 mg sodium, 9 g dietary fiber, 8 g sugar, and 29 g protein.
Mac and Cheese with Cauliflower
1 (14.5 oz) box Ronzoni Smart Taste elbow macaroni
1⁄2 medium head cauliflower, trimmed and cut into small florets
2 slices whole wheat bread
1 tablespoon olive oil
8 oz sharp cheddar, grated
4 oz low fat cream cheese
4 tablespoon grated parmesan cheese
1⁄2 cup fat free half and half
1⁄2 tsp each salt and freshly ground black pepper
1. Heat oven to 350 °F. Grease a 9 x 13-inch baking dish.
2. Bring large pot of water to boil. Add macaroni and cauliflower and cook according to the macaroni-package instructions.
3. Meanwhile, pulse the bread, olive oil and 1 tablespoon parmesan cheese in a food processor until coarse crumbs form. Set aside.
4. After macaroni and cauliflower are cooked, reserve 1⁄2 cup of the cooking water. Drain macaroni and cauliflower.
5. Place cheddar, cream cheese, 3 tablespoons parmesan cheese, half and half, salt, and pepper in used cooking pot.
6. Add macaroni and cauliflower and stir until well combined and cheese is melted. Add reserved cooking liquid.
7. Place in prepared baking dish. Top with reserved bread crumbs. Bake until bubbling and crumbs are browned, about 15-20 minutes.
Nutrition information:One serving contains 370 calories, 15 g fat, 35 mg cholesterol, 500 mg sodium, 6 g dietary fiber, 4 g sugar, and 16 g protein.
Lighter Vegetable Lasagna
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 medium onion, chopped
1 small red bell pepper, chopped
8 oz baby bella mushrooms, chopped
1 small zucchini, chopped
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1 jar (25 oz) tomato basil sauce
1 container (16 oz) low fat small curd cottage cheese
1 egg white
1⁄4 cup grated parmesan cheese
1⁄4 cup parsley leaves
8 oz part skim mozzarella, cut into cubes
1⁄4 tsp each salt and pepper
9 oven ready lasagna noodles
1. Heat oven to 400 °F.
2. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion, pepper, mushrooms, and zucchini. Cook about 10 minutes, stirring frequently until vegetables are soft and liquid has evaporated. Add garlic. Cook 1 minute, stirring. Add sauce and simmer 20 minutes, partially covered.
3. Meanwhile, place cottage cheese, egg white, parmesan cheese, and parsley leaves in container of food processor. Process until smooth. Transfer into bowl and stir in mozzarella, salt, and pepper.
4. Spread 1⁄4 of the vegetable sauce mixture into a 9 x 13-inch baking dish spread to cover. Top with 3 noodles, 1/2 of the cheese mixture and another 1⁄4 of the sauce. Repeat process one more time and top with remaining sauce. Spray aluminum foil with cooking spray and cover lasagna.
5. Bake covered 25-30 minutes or until bubbling. Uncover and bake 5 - 10 minutes more. Let sit 10 minutes before serving.
Nutrition information: One serving contains 250 calories, 8 g fat, 25 mg cholesterol, 620 mg sodium, 3 g dietary fiber, 8 g sugar, and 17 g protein.
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(Bloomberg) -- Daimler AG’s truck chief expects hydrogen-powered big rigs to play an important role in slashing emissions from the transportation sector despite the technological hurdles and skepticism raised by two prominent rivals.Focusing solely on battery-electric vehicles would be risky because of the scarcity of certain raw materials and challenges grids will have supporting wide-ranging charging networks for trucks and buses, Martin Daum, Daimler Truck’s chief executive officer, said in a phone interview.“We cannot afford to bank on just one technology to reach the climate goals,” Daum said. “The focus until 2025 will be 100% on battery-electric vehicles. Between 2025 and 2035, we’re going to need both battery-electric and fuel cell vehicles because the massively growing infrastructure requirements require a two-legged approach.”Fuel cells, which generate electricity from hydrogen and therefore eliminate the need to recharge batteries, have been touted for years as a potential alternative to combustion engines. But high costs and sparse fueling infrastructure have stood in the way of broader adoption and left the technology far behind battery-electric powertrains in the passenger-car market.Electrifying commercial vehicles is more complex -- they’re larger, heavier and used for everything from deliveries to supermarkets in urban areas to long-haul transport in remote areas. Daimler recently formed a joint venture with rival Volvo AB to jointly develop fuel cell stacks.Daimler’s DetractorsWhile prominent industry leaders including Tesla Inc.’s Elon Musk and Volkswagen AG’s Herbert Diess have repeatedly criticized fuel cells and argued battery power is the only way forward, Daimler and Volvo aren’t alone in seeing long-term potential.“Decarbonization of the energy mix represents the most profound shift in energy since the start of the industrial revolution,” Sanford Bernstein analysts led by Neil Beveridge said in a note to clients. “It is simply impossible to reach net zero by 2050 without hydrogen playing a major role.”Daimler’s truck division is the world’s largest maker of commercial vehicles and on track to be spun off from the Mercedes-Benz luxury-car operations this year. The split reflects the diverging technology trends between passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Both will need enormous investment in new technology to comply with stricter emissions standards.Daum, 61, mapped out more aggressive profitability targets on Thursday and objectives to generate the funds needed to navigate the industry’s transformation.“We want to be a resilient company that can avoid losses even in difficult years,” he said. The unit plans to list at the Frankfurt stock exchange later this year and could enter the country’s blue-chip DAX Index.Global PresenceDaimler boasts a truly global footprint that’s unique among commercial-vehicle manufacturers. While Volvo just trimmed its presence in Asia by selling its UD Trucks business in Japan, VW’s Traton SE unit is finishing its takeover of U.S. truckmaker Navistar International Corp. next quarter.Apart from Mercedes trucks, Daimler’s trucks and buses division comprises Fuso in Japan, BharatBenz in India, Setra in Germany and Freightliner, Thomas Built and Western Star in North America.The company has relied heavily on profits from Freightliner in recent years, as North America tends to generate much of the industry’s earnings. Executives said Thursday that boosting profitability at European operations will be a top priority and pledged to reduce personnel and material costs to become more competitive in the region.Asked whether Daimler may consider an acquisition of CNH Industrial NV’s Italian business Iveco, Daum said his focus is on the company’s own operations. “I don’t see the need for us to add an asset to our European business,” he said. “There are no plans for any structural changes.”More stories like this are available on bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Absa Is Said in Talks to Sell Asset Management Unit to Sanlam
(Bloomberg) -- Absa Group Ltd. is in talks to sell part or all of its asset-management business to Africa’s largest insurer, a deal that could create a firm with more than 900 billion rand ($65 billion) in assets, according to people familiar with the matter.South Africa’s third-largest lender is in discussions with both Sanlam Ltd. and partner African Rainbow Capital Investments Ltd. about a deal, said the people, who asked not to be named because the discussions are private. No decision has been reached and an agreement may not be concluded, they said.A combination of the Absa business with the Sanlam-owned equivalent would become one of the country’s largest money managers, behind the state-owned Public Investment Corp. The negotiating parties see room for further growth as the sector is otherwise populated with a number of small players, the people said.Absa and Sanlam declined to comment. ARC, the investment vehicle of South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe, said it couldn’t comment on any talks with potential new partners.The talks are taking place after Absa announced a decision to unwind its $6 billion money-market mutual fund, citing risks to the bank due to clients’ belief its investments held the same degree of safety as cash in a savings account. The move fueled speculation that Absa may really be looking for a buyer.Absa is currently being run by interim Chief Executive Officer Jason Quinn after former head Daniel Mminele quit following a disagreement over strategy last month.African Rainbow Capital last year acquired a 25% stake in Sanlam’s asset management arm. At the end of last year, Sanlam Investments had about 649 billion rand in assets under management.Absa’s investment management unit oversaw 263 billion rand at the end of December.More stories like this are available on bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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Monday, January 21, 2019
Today I thought I would share what my morning routine looks like, as a mom of 5.
Usually my body just wakes up around 5 o'clock, but if it doesn't then my alarm goes off at 5:30 and I get up. That's when I will let the dogs outside, use the bathroom, and weight myself.
Then I go into the kitchen and turn on the coffee pot, and then pour myself a cup of coffee. After getting my coffee, I walk back into my bedroom, sit down at my desk, and enjoy my cup of coffee, while chatting with my husband (who is also enjoying a cup of coffee).
Once i'm done with my coffee, I grab out my bullet journal and work on that for a little while (my husband is usually leaving for work at this point). In my bullet journal, I keep track of all my health/fitness stuff so that's usually what i'm entering into my journal in the morning.
After that, I try to get moving. I start with picking up my bedroom. I make the bed, pick up stuff off the floor, put away any laundry laying around, etc..
Then, at this point, I am just waiting for 7 o'clock to come around (when the children wake up), so I might read a book, watch a YouTube video, write a blog post, or check my social media accounts, to kill some time.
7 o'clock rolls around, and all the children start to wake up. That's when I start making breakfast, after some morning snuggles with the littles. By 7:30 we are eating breakfast.
After breakfast, I clean up the kitchen (dishes, wipe down counters, etc.), then I start a load of laundry for the day. Once my morning chores have been done, I help the 2 youngest get dressed and ready for the day.
Then I get myself ready for the day, and then once i'm done it is usually almost 8 o'clock (which is when we start school). I call the 3 oldest to get their schoolwork and come to the table. We get started with math first (which we do for 1 hour) and while I go back and forth helping the 3 oldest with any math problems they are struggling with, I am also working with my 4 year old with his preschool work.
Then the rest of my morning is spent helping children with schoolwork, keeping the toddler entertained, and trying to move around as much as possible (so that i get my 10,000+ steps every day).
So that's what my mornings looks like pretty much every day, with the exception of the weekends. However, i still wake up at the same time on the weekends, and do most of the same things in the morning, with the only exception being schoolwork with the children.
Artichoke Dip is a crowd-pleasing favorite at parties and events like the Super Bowl. It normally comes loaded with cheese, which can make it very unhealthy, but it does not have to be that way. You can substitute healthy ingredients in place of the unhealthy ones, and still have a dish that people will love and thank you for. The cost of this dish is approximately five dollars total, so this one is also budget-friendly.
- 1 Can Artichoke Hearts (drained and chopped)
- 1/2 Cup Light Mayonnaise
- 1/2 Cup Light Cream Cheese
- 3/4 Cup Grated Parmesan Cheese (divided in two)
- 1 Cup Skim Shredded Mozzarella (divided in two)
- 1/2 Tsp. Garlic Salt
- 1/2 Tsp. Pepper
- 1 Tbsp. Scallions (chopped)
Heat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Stir together artichokes, mayonnaise, cream cheese, 1/2 cup Parmesan, 3/4 cup mozzarella, garlic salt, pepper, and scallions. Place in a baking dish. Top with the rest of the cheese and bake for 20 minutes. The dish should be golden and bubbly. Serve with pita chips or veggies.
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We are introducing a new category on the Vreeland Clinic’s Blog….Recipes. I love food and as the person in our household who does the grocery shopping and cooking I want to make meals that both taste good and are healthy. Now, if you are a regular reader you know that for us “healthy” means eating protein, lots of vegetables and low glycemic fruit, good fats, and keeping the processed food and grain based carbohydrates to a minimum. Often, I find a recipe that calls for a grain or sugar which I omit or substitute something else. You’ll find those recipes with my edits in this section.
Additionally, one of the biggest obstacles for someone who is starting a program with us and changing their diet is figuring out what to cook. For those accustomed to a Standard American Diet it can be a little overwhelming and my hope is that this section of the blog will be a great resource for them. I also hope that it is a resource for those who’ve been on the program for years. I know I always love trying new things!
I had a brainstorm the other day standing in line at the deli counter of one of our local grocery stores. The store had prepared Thai Tuna Burgers. They looked delicious and most of the ingredients were in line with our eating plan but they of course contained bread crumbs or something to bind them together. I realized I could use those flavors in our tuna salad. We eat a lot of tuna salad as it’s a great protein source and has anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. Here is my creation. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. I know we’ll be adding it to the tuna salad rotation.
Thai Tuna Salad
¼ c. cashews, chopped (I used roasted because it’s what I had on hand)
½ c. fresh cilantro, finely chopped
1 c. of mayo (use less if you like your tuna salad drier and more if you don’t)
Combine tuna, onion, cashews, cilantro and hard-boiled eggs in a bowel. Squeeze the lime over the mixture. Add mayo and mix. Enjoy with some raw veggies or over a bed of mixed greens!
Feel free to add some red pepper flakes to spice it up a little.
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- Spread the sattu flour and seeds in a pan to roast them slightly till light golden.
- Set aside and let it cool.
- Transfer this to a bowl, add roasted puffed rice, chia seeds, chopped apricot, dates, almonds + walnuts and mix well.
- Combine coconut oil, pink salt, jaggery, cinnamon, flaxseed powder, sesame seeds powder and beat this mix well.
- Add cacao powder. Now add this coconut oil beat mix to the roasted sattu and seed mix.
- Spread the resulting mixture firmly on a tray.
- Bake it in an oven at 180 degrees for 10 mins.
- Let it cool. Refrigerate and slice into rectangular bars.
You can use roasted peanuts/chana too in this recipe.
It’s Never Too Late
Point to Ponder: Is there something that you have been putting off that you have been wanting to do?
by Neissa Brown Springmann
Like me, I’m guessing that prior to last Thursday you had never heard of Orville Rogers. It wasn’t until iGnite leader, Alli Phillips, sent our team a video of Orville, at 99 years young man racing and beating his 92 year old competitor in the 60 meter sprint during the Masters Indoor Track Championship that I learned who he was. The now viral video is certainly inspiring, but on Saturday morning, while doing my mundane weekend laundry folding and listening to the national news, I saw an interview with Orville and heard his hardly mundane and impactful story.
In this 3-minute interview, Orville revealed that as a result of reading the book Aerobics by Kenneth Cooper when he was 50-years old, he began running. Incredibly, in the almost 50-years that Orville has been running, he has logged over 42 thousand miles! When asked about his workout routine, he said that 3 times a week he warms up with a lot of stretching and time on the Elliptical machine followed by slowly running 3 miles. Even more impressive are the 2, 100 meter wind sprints that he tops off his 3-miles with. In addition, he strength trains, eats fish and chicken 6 days a week, red meat 1 day, and plenty of colorful fruits and veggies. He also added that he takes a daily multivitamin and gets a physical once per year at the Cooper Clinic in Dallas. When asked what gives him his spiritual edge, he said he believes in God, considers himself blessed and has a wonderful family who he plans to celebrate his 100th birthday on November 28th with after he participates in the Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championship this summer in Baton Rouge. His motto is “You don’t stop running because you get old. You get old because you stop running.”
Every bit of this World War II pilot and world record holder’s story is inspiring, but the part that made the greatest impression on me was that he didn’t begin running until he was 50 years old, which is typically when people end their running routine. In addition, he sees his commitment to his health as a means of honoring his temple so that he can serve to his greatest ability. Furthermore, when he was 90 years old old he went skydiving for the first time and at 93, he went hang-gliding.
Besides the word “stud”, there’s only one other set of words that best describes Orville and that’s a fearless go-getter. That being said, I really wonder which came first–the chicken or the egg? Was Orville born eager and fearless or did his life experiences create a can-do fearlessness spirit in him? Did he become this was after surviving World War II and flying for many years as a commercial pilot? I guess we’ll never know, but I can’t help but think that environment has something to do with it, as his “go for it” attitude was a part of his daily life and it continues to be.
While some fear and hesitation is healthy, by in large, fear really ticks me off because I believe that most of it is bogus, irrational and unfortunately, grows with age. Research from the National Institute of Mental Health found that 60% of the things we fear will never come true 90% of the things we fear are considered insignificant and 88% of the things we fear about our health will never happen. As this relates to our daily lives, fear and not being willing to “go for it” single-handedly prevents us from trying new things, creating new relationships, exploring new careers, and therefore living the big and bold life that I believe God created us to live. Ultimately, it undermines faith and puts God in a box.
When making the bold decision to regularly put ourselves our there and go for something we’ve been putting off or have told ourselves we can’t do, it will be deliciously terrifying. However, just as passing up opportunities is addictive, so is going for it and saying “yes”!
No one knows, at least I haven’t found it in an article or heard in an interview, if Orville Rogers was nervous or hesitant to go on his first run. I assume he considered that it would be uncomfortable, probably hurt and he likely would not be able to complete the whole distance. None-the-less, his decision to go for it at 50 years old has now bloomed into him being a 99 year old You Tube sensation who is getting to share his inspiring story on television and on the internet and making the case that no matter how old we are, if we want to do something, we should go for it!
20 Home Remedies to Stop Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
Heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding is also known as menorrhagia. It occurs due to hormonal imbalance and almost witnessed by 20 percent of women before menopause. It may also occur due to fibroids, pelvic inflammatory diseases, thyroid disorders, endometriosis, polyps, abnormalities of the uterus, stress or uterine tumors.
Heavy bleeding can be treated naturally by home remedies. Discussed below are few home remedies to stop heavy menstrual bleeding:
20 Home Remedies to Stop Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
- Cinnamon- Take a cup of boiling water and steep a cinnamon stick in it for 15 minutes and then drink this preparation. You can also have 3 to 4 drops of cinnamon bark tincture.
- Tamarind- Take 9 to 10 tamarind pieces and 5 to 6 dry plums and soak them overnight in 500ml water. In the morning grind, the seeds and add 4 -5 teaspoon honey to it. Mix the ingredients properly and drink it for 5 days. This is a very effective home remedy to stop heavy menstrual bleeding.
- Mustard seeds to stop heavy menstrual bleeding- Take about 2 grams of mustard seeds and grind It. Now take fine mustard seeds powder with 1 cup milk daily 2 times a day. Mustard seeds to stop heavy menstrual bleeding
- Coriander seeds- Take 200 ml water in a container and add 2 tablespoon coriander seeds to it. Boil it till the water reduces to half of the quantity taken. Cool the preparation and drink it 3 to 4 times a day.
- Thyme tea- Take 10 grams Thyme leaves and add it to 1 cup of boiling water to steep for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, add ice cubes to Thyme tea and drink it to stop heavy menstruation bleeding.
- Orange juice and lemon juice- Add a few drops of lemon juice to a glass of orange juice. Drink this preparation 3 to 4 times a day. Lemon and orange are rich in vitamin C that helps to stop heavy menstrual bleeding.
- Licorice- Peel licorice and crush it to form a fine powder. Take this powder along with water 3 times for about 5 days to arrest bleeding.
- Radish- Crush 1 or 2 radish to form a paste. Add a little water to it if needed. Take 1 cup of buttermilk and add the radish paste to it. Drink this regularly to stop heavy menstrual bleeding. Radish
- Pumpkin to stop heavy menstrual bleeding- With the help of a knife, take the pulp of pumpkin out and leave it to dry. After some time grind the dry pulp. Add this to the yogurt along with sugar to add taste to it. You can also have this grounded dry pumpkin pulp along with buttermilk.
- Bamboo leaf- This is an excellent remedy to stop heavy menstrual bleeding naturally. Take bamboo leaf decoction 2 times a day to arrest heavy bleeding.
- Food rich in magnesium to stop heavy menstrual bleeding- Watermelon. Flax seeds, pumpkin, oats, radish and squash, sesame seeds and cocoa are rich in magnesium and arrests menstrual bleeding. tips to stop the heavy menstrual bleeding
Above mentioned home remedies are very effective to stop the heavy menstrual bleeding but in case heavy menses last for more than 7 days or you notice abnormal bleeding, thick clots or heavy bleeding accompanies vomiting, diarrhea, or fever, please consult your doctor. Also, if heavy menstrual bleeding is seen in consecutive periods see your doctor.
Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta: Professionally a homeopathic doctor and a dietician Dr. Ritu Kumari Gupta is passionate about writing health and parenting blogs. She believes in holistic approach towards health and well being.