Healthy Eating

Healthy Quasi-Asian Food

by carbonboy on November 17, 2017

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So, I googled “Is Chinese food healthy” and basically the overwhelming hits were (for American Chinese) “no fucking way.” The crappy oil and high sodium content topped the list, with calories exceeding the worst junk food coming in third. But what if one used a healthy oil, Jasmine brown rice and organic chicken breast? Throw […]

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Morning Start

by carbonboy on November 16, 2017

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Being home “free to do what I want, anytime I want” (thanks Tom Petty) would seem to conflict with the routine of a daily habit. But habits and discipline are essential elements of maintaining that freedom. So . . . My mornings start with a mug of strong black coffee, 15 grams of dark chocolate […]

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Fried Health Food?

by carbonboy on November 2, 2017

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OK, I am back at home in Maryland, and ironically, it has never really been home, as I rarely live here. But it is the only home I have. I succumbed to the local seafood method of preparation: frying. For the record I did not deep-fry and used a good quality olive oil AND had […]

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Back on Eggs

by carbonboy on July 23, 2017

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After a few decades, I am back to eating eggs (minus the artery clogging bacon & hash browns). They lost their evilness some time ago. Studies show that eggs actually improve the cholesterol profile. They raise HDL (the good) cholesterol and increase the size of LDL particles, which should lower the risk of heart disease. […]

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Scariest Movie Ever Seen

by carbonboy on July 4, 2017

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Last night I mesmerized myself through the scariest documentary I ever saw: What the Health. Sure, there’s some hype and vegan extremism, and I didn’t buy the part when (spoiler) the heavy woman tossed out all her prescription drugs (12+) she was taking after two weeks of no meat or daily (both stupid and dangerous). […]

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This is Food America

by carbonboy on January 28, 2017

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The vegetables are organic; the beef grass feed – as it was meant to be. U.S. Citizens killed in the U.S by Syrian Refugees: ZERO U.S. Citizens that eat themselves to death: 300,000 (annually) Wake up America!

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Life on the road is grueling, and I am happy to say my road warrior days are over! At least I hope they are. For the first time in a decade, everything that I own is in one place! Being away from home throws everything out of whack for most. Sure, there are some that […]

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Wake Up America!

by carbonboy on April 8, 2016

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Peppered Ahi tuna with homemade salsa (medium rare), blanched asparagus with Feta cheese and real butter, fresh cut Roma tomatoes & basil with ripe organic strawberries sprinkled in raw sugar & cinnamon. Prep Time: 10 minutes. Cost:$8.58! Come on America – ISIS ain’t gonna kill ya – the crap you eat will, and it is […]

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A Healthier Breakfast Muffin

by carbonboy on November 1, 2015

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So much better than the old boring Egg McMuffin 1 real whole wheat English muffin (toasted with the cheese) 1 large Eggland egg lightly fried in olive oil 1 slice Wild Harvest Uncured Black Forest Ham 2 veggie pepperoni slices ½ oz. Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese 2 small avocado slices 2 dashes of Tapatio Hot Sauce […]

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Healthy Smoothie – Crappy Smartphone Cameras

by carbonboy on June 20, 2013

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Pretty standard stuff but the addition of Goji Berries and Chia Seeds it becomes a Superfood Smoothie! I’ve altered my diet radically since I returned from Mexico and borrowed the concept of a recent book (and likely health fad) by not eating any meat for breakfast or lunch. Then, of course, limit portion size and only […]

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