You’d Better Be Sitting Down When You Read This
Feb18

You’d Better Be Sitting Down When You Read This

If you’re sitting down while you read this, it’s probably a good thing. Because what you’re about to read will shock you. The average American spends an average of 9.3 hours sitting. If you work at a desk, it’s more. If you have to drive any distance to your job it’s more. And if you look at the big one – watching TV – for even an average amount, it’s more yet. It would not be surprising to anyone if the sitting time for most people...

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The #1 Vegetable in Anti-Oxidants
Feb15

The #1 Vegetable in Anti-Oxidants

Here’s why artichokes are on the Thin Foods List: 1. No fat. 2. They take time to eat which means you feel fuller faster so you eat less. 3. Good amount of fiber: 5 grams in 1 large artichoke. 4. Low calorie: 25 in 1 large artichoke. What’s in them: 0g fat, 0mg cholesterol, 6g carbs, 5g fiber, 2g protein, 170mg potassium. Where grown? Nearly 100% of all artichokes consumed in the U.S. are grown in California. Health benefits: Help...

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The Thin Food List March 1-7
Feb10

The Thin Food List March 1-7

Thin Food List* March 1 – 7 Featured food of the week: Artichokes. Beef Brisket: Breakfast: Breakfast Tacos Lunch:  Sandwich or lettuce wrap Dinner: Cut and serve, or beef brisket salad Salmon (wild caught): Breakfast: Salmon and scrambled eggs or in omelet Lunch: Salmon Caesar salad Dinner: Marinate in white wine and sea salt, then grill with a bit of maple syrup Artichokes (just in season!): Breakfast: Artichoke Benedict Lunch:...

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