Let’s Face the FATS – SUGAR!!

Have you ever people watched? Some are big, others are athletic while others still are very thin. Have you noticed how they carry themselves or move and have you wondered what they may be snacking on? I wonder, what they look like on the INSIDE! There is a huge correlation between the Sugar and Fat in our food. What is it and what do we do about it and do we even choose to?

For almost a lifetime now we’ve been told to cut down on our consumption of fats. 0% Fat is huge business and most of us now choose Low Fat or No Fat. The only problem is, that we’ve unknowingly created, is the substitution of Fat for Sugar. Low Fat or No Fat products have an enormous amount of sugar to compensate for the lack of Fat and the intention of the producer to make their food product palatable and similar in texture to the Full Fat variety.

Today we eat at least 1 kg of sugar per week! Sugar increases our appetite, is addictive, stacks on the weight and makes us feel utterly miserable. Here is a simple solution to get off the Sweet White and Enjoy the Energy that is Yours!

Cooking Pot the iPhone App has many Healthy and Wholesome recipes that are Quick to Cook and Easy to follow and absolutely Sugar Free. Download it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cookingpot/id586052832?ls=1&mt=8 More Information: http:// http://www.progressiveaspect.com/cookingpot

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What a wonderful change from traditional dinners ... Yummers!!... Served with a nice red.

What a wonderful change from traditional dinners … Yummers!!… Served with a nice red.

Let’s face the facts. Quitting Sugar is tough. It will take about 2 months before you are Scot-free. Most psychologists estimate between 21-66 days to change a habit and a similar amount of time on a physical level. You will go through a detox period where you feel crap! This was 3-7 days for me. For some this can last for up to 6 weeks. I’ve done it a few times and it’s best to be away from your own house and habits and further away from cafes and bakeries!! At least for the first week.

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It’s important to go Cold Turkey which means no sugar, no fruit, no fruit juice and no agave or honey. The experts agree it’s far better to break the addiction first than re calibrate afterwards. Physiologically, Sugar by-passes the hypothalamus in our brains which tells us we’ve eaten and we are full. Sugar goes straight to the liver to cause havoc. Fat and Proteins on the other hand tell us when we’re full and curb any cravings. No wonder I can eat that full tub of 0% Fat yoghurt and I have trouble getting through half of the Full Fat variety!!

The solution is simple: EAT FAT and Some PROTEIN. Once the sugar is gone replace it with wholesome, unprocessed fats like eggs, cheese and nuts. Remove biscuits from the cookie jar and replace them with nuts and seeds which will take care of that afternoon ‘treat’ craving and in NO Way would you feel like you’re denying yourself.

More Facts to Ponder:

  • Fructose completely by-passes our “full” mechanism
  • Fructose is directly metabolised into body fat
  • Gorge on “Good” Fats – they fill you up
  • FAT does not make you FAT!!

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Cooking Pot the iPhone App Reaches More Home-Cooks!!

Finally an App that helps you cook quick, nutritious meals and helps save you money at the same time. Cooking Pot the iPhone App is sizzling with just released Upgrade 1.2. and going Global!!

Cooking Pot is now being used in 6 different countries and spreading!! Now that the word on amazingly healthy, wholesome, delicious and easy to prepare food with Cooking Pot the iPhone App is out. Cooking Pot the iPhone App projects more reach with it’s message that Health, Nutrition and Sustainability is easily achieved with great home-cooked food.

 

Tandoori Chicken with Pomegranate - Delicious

Tandoori Chicken with Pomegranate – Delicious

It’s as easy as Pick, Shop, Cook and Cooking Out instead of Throwing Out” has worked its magic! This simple functionality chooses recipes by ingredient to empty fridges and pantries, shop on the go with a full featured Shipping List and buy what’s on ‘special’. The new release has added new features one of which enables Facebook users to share their cooking with friends via an instant, real-time link.

All recipes are meal type and dietary categorised. This takes the headache out of cooking when intolerances or allergies are part of everyday life and replaces it with easy, nutritious, real food. You only need to set your dietary preferences once and let Cooking Pot provide you the meal ideas YOU want. This handy little feature makes BIG news with users when allergy and intolerances are at epidemic highs and increasing.

Now, Cooking Pot lets you share your amazingly healthy, wholesome and delicious creations with friends and the word is spreading. It’s still as easy as Pick, Shop, Cook but now, Cooking Pot is a whole lot more Fun and others are catching on!

Cooking Pot the iPhone App is $2.99 and just so handy and affordable. Your well-being and taste-buds will thank you for it!

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JUNE: tis the Season to EAT…

It’s definitely winter south of the equator NOW!! It’s time to rug up and find something piping hot to eat. It’s time for all those comfort foods we like but not in the way you may think. Comfort foods can be made Healthy too and Cooking Pot the iPhone App can help with many Healthy, Wholesome and Sustainable recipes that Tantilise taste buds too!

Let’s take a look at what’s in season and equally what will save you pennies. Then we’ll take a quick peek at what we can cook. Recipes are found on Cooking Pot the iPhone App that are not only good for you but Quick and Easy too.

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Egg Curry

Egg Curry

June is the Season to buy:

Fruit:

Lemons, Oranges, Manderins, Grapefruit, Kiwifruit, Bananas, Apples

Vegetables:

Beanshoots, Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, Leeks, Potatoes, Mushrooms, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Fennel, Silverbeet, Spinach, Rhubarb, Asian Vegetables, Parsley

Gosh! Winter is looking a bit bleak but we do what we can with what we have. Just from the ingredients above I see a Potato and Leek Soup. Chicken and Leek Pies, Potato-crusted Three Cheese Pie, Lentil and Carrot Soup and a huge salad with Spinach, Fennel and Asian Greens. A Mandarin Round or Apple and Rhubarb pie for dessert.

Laksa and numerous Asian stir-fries come to mind next, Raw Carrot Soup and warm Banana Bread. These recipes and more like these are available on Cooking Pot the iPhone App. Our Interactive Shopping List feature makes shopping even easier with the touch of your phone. Download it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cookingpot/id586052832?ls=1&mt=8

Citrus fruits, in particular Lemons are a must for a healthy morning detox and alkalising drink. Try a thick slice with warm water and a tablespoon of coconut oil. Parsley, Spinach and Silverbeet are loaded with iron and other vitamins and minerals and for this reason should be consumed raw as often as possible. Try our Warm Baked Vegetable Salad and get those raw green veggies into you! Winter is a great time to get healthy and stay healthy by eating what’s in season.

Don’t forget to visit your local farmers’ market or better still grow your own and get the freshest produce to make your home-cooked meals Delicious!!

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There’s a Farmers’ Market Near YOU!!

Today we are not only aware of what we eat but also the quality of what we eat. Growing Awareness as been the main contributor to a now thriving community of Farmers Markets. You and I are now interested where out food comes from and it a great relief to know exactly which farm the food we choose to buy comes from. It’s also a great opportunity to get to know the growers who supply the produce and how it is grown.

In Florida produce stalls can be labelled “organically grown, no use of chemicals or conventional.” This is a great way to filter in what you are looking for and makes shopping a whole lot more faster. Cooking Pot the iPhone App provides a Shopping List to make thing so Easy and if you happen to see a box of tomatoes on the cheap this is your chance to buy it know you have numerous Healthy and Delicious recipes to choose from. Download it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cookingpot/id586052832?ls=1&mt=8

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Today we’ll take a look at the Farmers Markets around Miami Florida. If I’ve missed any please comment and let me know.

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Please let me know with your comments if I don’t have things right.

The following markets have been sourced from: http://themarketcompany.org/#/north-bay-village/4571775867, http://localfoodsouthflorida.org/farmersmarkets.html, https://www.glaserorganicfarms.com/market.php Some of these Markets have Facebook pages as well.

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Miami-Dade County Farmers’ Markets

Aventura Mall Farmers’ Market

When: Once a month on Saturdays, 10am to 9:30pm & Sundays, noon to 8pm. Open seasonally from January to October; Location:In the center courtyard around the Koi pond in the Aventura Mall. 19501 Biscayne Boulevard; Aventura, FL 33180. Contact: Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Opa Locka Farmers’ Market

When: Wednesdays, 2pm to 5:30pm. Open seasonally from February to June. Location: front of the Nathan B. Young Elementary School. 14120 NW 24th Avenue; Opa Locka, FL 33054. Contact: Stephanie Sainvil at 305.685.0973.

North Miami Farmers’ Market

When: Thursdays, 11am to 5pm. Open seasonally from October to May(last day of the season: 23 May 2013). 20 vendors; founded 2011. Location: In the plaza of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). 770 NE 125th Street; North Miami, FL 33161. Contact: City of North Miami Parks & Recreation at 305.895.9840

Normanby Village Farmers’ Market

When: Saturdays, 9am to 5pm. Open all year. Location: At the Normandy Isle Fountain. 900 71st Street; Miami Beach, FL 33141. Contact Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Northbay Village Green Market

When: Fridays, 2pm to 8pm. Open all year. Where: The Crab House Restaurant. 1551 79th Street Causeway; North Bay Village, FL 33141. Contact Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Eastside Farmers’ Market at Legion Park

When: Saturdays, 9am to 2pm. Open all year. 10 vendors. Location: Entrance of Legion Park. 6601 Biscayne Boulevard; Miami, FL 33138

Miami Springs Farmers’ Market

When: Saturdays, 8am to 1pm. Open September to March. Location: Soccer field at All Angels Episcopal Church. 1801 Ludlum Drive; Miami, Florida 33166. Contact: Sarah Vargas

Liberty City Green Market

Where: Saturdays 10am to 3pm. Open January to July.Location: West side at 5988 NW 7th Ave, Miami, FL 33127. Contact Irie at 954.699.1562

Brownsville Farmers’ Market

When: Wednesdays, 11am to 2pm. Open January to April. 3 vendors. Location: Jessie Trice Community Health Center, in the southeast corner of 54th Street and 22nd Avenue. 5 blocks northeast of Brownsville Metrorail station. 5361 NW 22nd Avenue; Miami, FL 33142. Contact Melissa Contreras at 786.350.6571.

Wynwood Farmers’ Market

When: Saturdays, 11am to 2pm. Open October to May. Location: The Lab Miami. 400 NW 26th Street; Miami, FL 33127. Contact: Erin Healy at 786.383.2532.

Civic Centre Metrorail Farmers’ Market

When: Thursdays & Fridays, 10am to 4pm. (resuming soon.) Location: Northeast of Civic Center Metrorail Station near Jackson Memorial Hospital overhead. 1501 NW 12th Avenue; Miami, FL 33136. Contact: Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Miami Beach Botanical Gardens Farmers Market

When: Market Wednesdays, 9am to 5pm. Open October to April. 15 vendors. Location: 2000 Convention Center Drive; Miami Beach, FL 33139. Contact: Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Lincoln Road Farmers’ Market

When: Sundays, 9am to 6:30pm. Location: Lincoln Road between Meridian & Washington Avenues. 730 Lincoln Road; Miami Beach, FL 33139. Contact: Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Government Center Farmers’ Market

When: Tuesdays, 10am to 4pm. (resuming soon.) Location: Street level plaza in front of the Stephen P. Clark Governmental Center/Metrorail station. 111 NW 1st Street; Miami, FL 33128. Contact: Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Downtown Farmers’ Market at Southeast Financial Center

When: Thursdays, 8am to 3pm. 25 vendors. Location: Southeast Financial Center’s covered plaza. 200 South Biscayne Boulevard; Miami, FL 33131. Contact: Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Brickell Flatiron Park Green Market

When: Fridays & Saturdays, 9am to 5pm. Location: In Brickell Flatiron Park. 1001 South Miami Ave; Miami, FL 33130. Contact Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

FIU Maldique Campus Farmers’ Market

When: Wednesdays, noon to 3pm. Open seasonally in the fall and spring semesters. Location: Between Green Library and the central fountain. 11200 SW 8th Street; Miami, FL 33174.

Coral Gables Farmers’ Market

When: Saturdays, 8am to 2pm. Open seasonally from January to March. Location: In front of the Coral Gables City Hall. 405 Biltmore Way; Coral Gables, FL 33134. 305.460.5607

Southwest Community Farmers’ Market at Tropical Park

When: Saturdays, 10am to 4pm. Location: The Tropical Park near the Bird Road entrance. 7900 SW 40th Street; Miami, FL 33143‬. 305.663.0917

Glaser Organic Farmers’ Market

When: Saturdays, 10am to 7pm. Location: 3300 Grand Avenue; Coconut Grove, FL 33133. 305.238.7747

University of Miami Farmers’ Market

When: Wednesdays, 9am to 3pm. Open September to May. Location: The University of Miami campus, at the Foote University Green between the post office & the Richter Library. 1300 Memorial Drive; Coral Gables, FL 33124. Contact Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Pincrest Gardens Farmers’ Market

When: Sundays, 9am to 3pm. Location: The Pinecrest Gardens Park (site of the old Parrot Jungle). 11000 Red Road, Pinecrest; FL 33156. Contact: Claire Tomlin at 305.531.0038.

Cutler bay Farmers’ Market

When: Sundays, 8am to 3pm. Location: At Old Cutler Road and SW 87th Avenue. 20002 Old Cutler Road; Cutler Bay, FL 33190. Contact Maria Stefano: at 786.486.0202.

Redland Market Village at Bargain Town

When: Saturdays & Sundays, 9am to 5pm. Location: West side at the intersection of US 1 and SW 244 to 248 Streets. 24400 Packinghouse Road; Homestead, FL 33032. 305.257.4335

Harvest Farmers’ Market

When: Saturdays, 9am to 2pm. Location: In the field at the intersection of 1st Avenue & Mowry Drive, across from the Papco Auto Parts store. 7 NW 1st Avenue; Homestead, FL 33030. Contact: Arturo Lopez at 305.246.0357.

Farmer’s Markets are a great opportunity to get some of the freshest and most wholesome produce out there. Cooking Pot the iPhone App helps out with a fantastic Shopping List and a bunch of wholesome ready to go recipes that will keep up when you’re on the go. Have a fantastic day at your local Farmers’ Market! Let me know if I’ve missed anything!

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A Signpost to Good Health

The amount of sugar and toxins in our food is increasing rapidly. Our physiology is not developing fast enough to deal with the side-effects and Our SKIN is the first to suffer.

This begs the question of what exactly is in our food and water? What happens to it when we ingest it? What are the consequences to us in the long term? These are very significant questions and should be addressed by each one of us. Every body will react slightly differently and there are different levels in any physiological reaction from a mild rash to asphyxiation for example. This brings us to the end result. The journeys we take may be very different as we try to escape Dis-ease.

Fortunately our skin is a huge sign carefully giving subtle directions, all we need to do is listen! Cooking Pot the iPhone App provides healthy and easy to prepare recipes and food ideas which when prepared from organic, wholesome ingredients puts a stop to toxins and additives in our food.

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Brown Dhal, Quinoa Rice and Feta

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The usual process when we encounter dis-ease is we pop a few pills. This may not work so we usually develop a rash or sorts on our skin which is a sign that our body wants to expel the toxins which are causing all the havoc. What do we do than? We take yet more pills to treat the rash and the toxins causing the disease are pushed inside our body instead of being expelled. Taking pills also increases the toxicity of our bodies. We are just making things worse but what might happen next?

We might get an ache in an organ and no amount of pills will take it away so we visit our doctor. Our doctor usually prescribes stronger pills. This works for a time, maybe a few years for example while our reliance on all sorts of different medication increases. The pain starts again so we end up with a biopsy closely followed by surgery to remove our body’s waste disposal unit. If we continue without change our bodies will just build up more toxins but this time our waste disposal units will increase in number and be found in harder to find places. Our Dis-ease increases while our bodies try to adapt. Cooking Pot the iPhone App provides handy recipes which are wholesome and healthy minus the additives and large quantities of sugar giving us control with what we choose to eat.

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Whatever happened to having a minor rash, a runny nose or a slight fever. These are all very positive bodily processes of eliminating toxins. Why must we subdue these and make it worse for ourselves in the long-term? I am not a medical professional and every individual is different. Every year I do notice that more people fall sick and the sickness stays longer. This shouldn’t be the case and I believe we nourish ourselves through the quality of our food and water. Cooking Pot the iPhone App was designed with Quick and Easy recipes to encourage us back into the kitchen for some great Wholesome and Healthy food. The skin is our first signal if something wrong. Please take notice.

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How to Feed Your Skin

What we Eat and Drink are two very important factors when we talk about our skin and how we can take better care of it. Here are some Quick and Easy tips.

Yes, most of us are very time poor and there’s just not enough energy left at the end of the day or maybe even during the day or first up to ever think about what we are eating! Is this you? Do you find yourself eating whatever you can grab from the nearest take-out or coffee stop with yet another coffee? Do you blame yourself and feel guilty afterwards? Don’t worry you’re not alone!!

It’s not worth blaming yourself or anyone else. Today you can begin to move forward into a better eating habit. All it takes is your will to make small changes in lifestyle in exchange for massive health gains. All it takes is a few little changes and there’s always help at your fingertips. This is where Cooking Pot the iPhone App makes life easier by providing you with Quick, Easy and Healthy recipes with a ready made Shopping List to save time. It’s as Easy as Pick, Shop, Cook!

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ZucchiniPotatoFritters

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The first thing to do is ditch the take-out unless you order fresh green salad with grilled fish. There’s a choice right there!, and it’s yours to make. You have the power of choice! How will you use it? Do you choose to buy that drive through burger, woof it down and then deal with a spout of indigestion? Next stop the pharmacy for some indigestion tabs?

Your other option would be to cook a couple of bigger meals and refrigerate of freeze whatever is left over. How does Potato Crusted Three Cheese Pie sound or vegan Chickpea Curry or Killer Kidney Beans sound or Lasagne or Roast Chicken in the crock-pot? These are just a few favourites available on Cooking Pot the iPhone App and they all have the same things in common. They are Quick and Easy, can be Stored, Super Healthy and Simply Delicious!

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Your other option would be meals with super speedy cooking times like Stir Fry, Noodles, Fish or Salad with Crusty Bread. On many occasions when working long hours I have gone into the supermarket picked up a bag of slaw veggies, cracked some eggs, and made a healthy meal in under 5 minutes. If I’m hungry than I add noodles. Fish, steak or eggs and salad are all meals under 10 minutes. Some of these can be found on Cooking Pot the iPhone App too. Try it! Your skin will thank you for it.

Wow! I didn’t even get into breakfast or lunch or good old fashioned sleep!! I do, however think this post is getting a bit long. So Please, please get into your kitchen and make your skin sing. If your skin looks good on the outside you must look good on the inside too and that’s where it counts!!

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Wearing My Birthday Suit!!

Skin: You might never be able to take it off, exchange it or buy an updated version. You’re stuck with it for a lifetime but you can definitely Choose to take better care of it. Here’s How!!

OK. Let’s get past the first and foremost hurdle which on our parts we cannot change. I’ll give it to you straight: Your genes play a large part in how your skin reacts to sun, wind, how quickly it heals itself and how well it ages. Our genes are our blueprint and it’s always good practice to gather as much information from your family as you can. You never know when it might help you in the future.

I’d like to investigate 2 main culprits of failing health – sugar and fats.

The skin is our largest organ and what we choose shows on the outside. Cooking Pot the iPhone App is a handy tool which provides Quick and Easy to make recipes that are Wholesome and Nutritious and feed us with Real Food.

I have included 2 natural remedy recipes to try at home. They are great for psoriasis, dry flaky skin, acne and wrinkles. I use these all the time because I have reactions to commercially made creams – if they work for me they might work for you too!!

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Yummy Yummy Salad

Yummy Yummy Salad

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Now let’s investigate the things we can do to help our skin.

  1. How we choose to Eat

It’s important to eat as many fresh and nutritious raw vegetables and nuts. Artichoke, Avocado, beetroot, kale, legumes, red grapes are of particular benefit with high levels of antioxidants, non-inflammatory and cleansing properties to help rid our bodies of toxins and free-radicals which cause most of the damage inside and out. Following an alkaline lifestyle high in pesticide free raw vegetables is very important. That means no processed foods and no sugars. A lot of the processed foods have high amounts of sugar and bad fats. By Sugar I mean all white flour baked goods and sugar such as white sugar, icing sugar, raw sugar, brown sugar. Please read the labels and you’ll be surprised at the amount of sugars present in food! Fructose from corn syrup is one of the most harmful but eating fruit provides enough fibre to process the sugar.

a) Fructose does not go through the Hypothalamus that tells your brain that you’ve eaten something and you might want to stop eating because you’re full. Instead, it by-passes even your stomach and goes straight for the liver working it very hard. We’ll stop there before I get carried away.

b) If the fats we consume are not medium-chain saturated fatty acids they become free-radicals once they react. This is usually achieved through heating or cooking. Free-radicals then attack all cells in our body. I choose to cook with coconut oil which is a medium-chain saturated fatty acid. I have not altered anyone’s recipes on Cooking Pot the iPhone App but I have substituted cooking oils for coconut oil and have found no issues.

OK, so it all comes back to home-cooking and home-cooking from scratch and this is where Cooking Pot the iPhone App makes it so, so EASY!! It’s always on you, gives you a ready made Shopping List and helps you cook Healthy, Nutritious, Sustainable meals with easy to follow recipes when you’re on the go!! How easy is That?

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1. Banana Mash: Bananas are not only delicious but can be used as a facial mask. Choose the ones with black spots (anti-carcinogenic). Spread evenly onto your face and leave for 30 minutes. Rinse.

2. Coconut Spa: I was once told to keep a jar of coconut oil in the kitchen, in the bathroom and in the bedroom. We spoke about the kitchen. In the bathroom once out of the shower massage coconut oil into skin including face while still warm and wet. You will hardly need a towel afterwards. The coconut oil locks the water in and leaves skin feeling silky and smooth. This is a great wrinkle treatment and doesn’t leave you greasy!!

Please work the Bedroom part out for yourself!!

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