14 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Take Advice from a Traditionally Trained Nutritionist
NOT GOOD = FALSE: “Polyunsaturated Fats Lower Cholesterol and Reduce Heart Disease Risk.” There are two types of polyunsaturated fats, Omega-3 and Omega-6. It is true that Omega-3s reduce the risk of heart disease, but the same is not true for the Omega-6s. Even though the Omega-6s (soybean oil, corn oil, etc.) can lower cholesterol, the studies show that they actually increase the risk of heart disease. #transfats
Heavenly Pineapple Cake - Made with (2) ingredients: 1 box angel food cake and a can of crushed pineapple!! No fat, no trans fat, no cholesterol, and it's low-fat at only 166 calories a slice (using 9x12 pan cut in 12 pieces)! This recipe is SO easy and makes a light, fluffy, sweet dessert, and it's especially tasty topped with sliced strawberries. A keeper!
This twist on a traditional favourite will wow your dinner guests. Use Becel Original in your Apple Pie filling for an ingredient that's low in saturated fat and has no trans fat http://www.becel.ca/en/becel/BecelProducts/Becel-Original.aspx
If you are suffering with swelling and inflammation associated with vein disease or any other disease, you could greatly benefit from eliminating these foods from your diet. They cause inflammation ,sugar ,oil , trans fats, ,milk , dairy , meat , alcohol & additives.
Corn dogs have gotten a bad rap - trans fats, poor quality meats, you name it. But they don't have to be that way! They're delicious and meet all your nutritional and ethical criteria when you make them at home. (My sister prefers making them with veggie dogs, but my favorite is free range sustainable beef. What's yours?)