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Cooking Tips

 Food Preparation:
Vegetables:  Choose low carb vegetables such as asparagus, Greens (mustard, turnip, spinach, kale, collards), brocolli, cabbage, cauliflower, celery,  cucumber, green beans, mushrooms, green and red peppers, sauerkraut, squash, etc.  Cook higher carb veggies such as beans and peas sparingly.  No White potatoes.
Learn to read labels.  No additives except salt and water.
For seasoning, use first cold pressed olive oil, salt, pepper, and spices.  Do not use prepared seasonings with MSG, taste enhancers, etc.  Mix your own.
How to cook:  Cook veggies by bringing to a boil, simmer on low heat until cooked to suit your taste.  Mix in olive oil and salt and pepper. 

 Meats:  Choose lean meats such as chicken, turkey, fish, pork and beef. 
How to cook:   A healthy and delicious way to cook meat is using ground flax mixed with salt and pepper for taste as breading.  Beat some eggs, dip meat thoroughly  in egg mixture and set aside.  Put flax mixture and seasoning into plastic bag, place selected meat in bag, shake until covered with mixture.  Slowly brown one side in covered pan on low heat using first cold pressed olive oil.  When meat turns to a nice golden brown, turn and brown other side.  This should take 45 minutes to an hour for most servings of meat.  Meat will be very tender, moist, and tasty as well as being healtfrul.
You can use plenty of first cold pressed olive oil for frying foods. It's good for you.                   

Flax - super food. By weight 1/3 fat, 1/3 Protein, 1/3 Fiber.   Mainly polyunsaturated fat, heart disease benefits, lowers blood triglycerides, lowers blood pressure, lowers clot formation within lining of arteries, lowers inflammatory response, lowers LDL and raises HDL, helps protect against strokes, contains lignans that protect against certain cancers, enhances intestinal functions, reduces intenstinal upsets, improves condition of skin and hair, reduces appetite, creates feeling of fullness, sure cure for constipation.     
To get the benefits of flax, eat 2 to 4 tablespoons which you grind each day.  After grinding it must be refrigerated.  To get the most nutrients from flax, do not buy flax oil or ground flax which quickly loses nutrients and can become rancid.  Grind your own.  (use coffee grinder)
1 Tablespoon ground flax = 40 Calories - 0 Carbohydrates - 1.5 Grams Protein. 

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