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Ten Diet Tweaks to Lose Weight for Life!

| Modified on Oct 27, 2022
Apple Cider Vinegar, Blackstrap Molasses
Posted by Misn (Ceb) on 06/03/2022
5 out of 5 stars

It's 2022 but I'll go ahead anyway... I was pregnant when I started taking ACV and Molasses not only did I keep the weight off I was overall very healthy and my doctor was pleased after each antenatal visit. But for some unknown reason, I stopped taking them and before I knew it, I was adding weight, bloated and puffy face with breakouts. This time I looked very pregnant unlike before I had a gentle glow. Needless to say, I went back to ACV and molasses.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Teresa (WA) on 04/20/2022

Check out the book "The Iodine Crisis". By Lynne Farrow.
Lots of information.


Dietary Changes
Posted by Kaylee (Portland ) on 03/31/2022
5 out of 5 stars

During the pandemic, I had gained eight pounds and for the first time my cholesterol went up. I read Cholesterol Down. Started eating doing the 5/2 then I went on to eat 500 calories three times a week it's so easy to do. I eat one meal a day around 2:00 pm and take my vitamins at the same time. I lost ten pounds, my cholesterol is normal, and I feel great.


Eggs +
Posted by Science (Cyprus) on 03/07/2022 15 posts
5 out of 5 stars

As a researcher, I found this the best way to work on my body:

1) 2-4 eggs per day

2) Light cheese 16% to 17% (do not use higher fat cheese)

3) Limited sugar (use stevia instead), limit potatoes, limit spaggetti, limit flour. This means that these should be used as less as possible.

Results were amazing for me, since I wanted to lose 6 to 7 kilos and this the only food combination that worked for me.


2-3 Eggs Per Day
Posted by Cindy (NM) on 11/21/2021

How do you clean the bowels with a salt cleansing? I am constipated 100% of the time.


Plant-Based Diet
Posted by Tessa (Okanagan) on 11/21/2021

Hi Mama to Many -

Thanks for the update with your husband's weight loss.

Although, if he loses any more of his “insulation” and keeps feeling the cold, you may have to invest in some heavy-duty thermal long johns for his Christmas present!

I think you're right – one of the keys to success is having the odd non-diet meal. Everything in moderation (well, except for Thanksgiving and Christmas, heh, heh).

Speaking of which, have a very Happy Thanksgiving on Thursday!

Cheers,

Tessa


2-3 Eggs Per Day
Posted by KS (IL) on 11/20/2021

Thanks for the info. I see it's about $90 and you need to prick your finger. So, I'll put a hold on it for now, but good to know. What's great is how you were able to do your own research quickly.


Plant-Based Diet
Posted by Mama to Many (TN) on 11/19/2021

Dear Tessa,

You hit the nail on the head. I think teamwork is very helpful to weight loss....and lots of other things! "Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their labor."

My husband's weight loss had seemed to level off, but picked back up. He is now up to having lost 50lbs, in spite of a vacation in the last month! We took most of our food to an airbnb, but he had some planned diet splurges and did have seafood when we went out to eat. We went to the beach and he probably worked off anything extra between swimming in the ocean with the kids and taking walks with me. ;)

He has also taken the evening off the diet at wedding celebrations, etc. He still tries to be moderate in his choices and portion sizes.

One thing we have noticed now that the weather is cooler is that he is colder than he has ever been. He used to be hot natured. He has lost a lot of his insulation.

I have been trying lots of new recipes and a learned to make gluten free bread. (Minimalist Baker has a gluten free bread that is a bit of trouble but worth it! Not quite the same, but works well for sandwiches, toast, croutons, etc. She also has many other great sugar free, gluten free, vegan recipes that are not difficult to make. We have enjoyed all of them.)

Another teamwork story - a few years back my brother's friend wanted to lose weight. My brother is a marathon runner. He and his friend exercised mile for mile. His friend biked for each mile my brother ran. His friend did not make any dietary changes but over the course of many months he lost a shocking amount of weight. I suppose he burned calories and improved his metabolism with his cardio exercise.

~Mama to Many~


2-3 Eggs Per Day
Posted by KS (IL) on 11/17/2021

What is the machine you use that measures cholesterol? You seem to have done your research. I've also read about sugar causing cholesterol, and that eggs don't create a "bad" cholesterol. My biggest problem is bread though.


2-3 Eggs Per Day
Posted by Jgny (Thousand Islands) on 11/12/2021

Do you eat any whole grain bread? I eat eggs daily at least 2 and it has not had any effect on my weight. I include one slice of 12 grain bread daily, maybe that is the problem?


2-3 Eggs Per Day
Posted by MissM (NY) on 10/21/2021

This would be considered a keto diet. If you eat protein and eliminate sugar you will easily drop weight. Keto is more balanced than just protein sources like eggs. It's proteins, good fats coconut oil, olive oil, not canola oil, and vegetables.

No sugars or low to no carbs, which means no white foods bread pasta, sugar.

You turn your body from a sugar burner to a fat burner.

I don't think it was just eating eggs that was the miracle worker, you were eating better quality food.


Plant-Based Diet
Posted by Tessa (Okanagan) on 10/15/2021

Hi Mama to Many -

What great results for your husband after three months on a gluten-free vegan diet - losing 40 pounds, almost no snoring, lowered blood pressure, etc. That is very impressive!

It was interesting to hear how he was able to adapt so readily to this diet after being a meat-and-potatoes sort of guy. Maybe there's hope for me :)

I'm sure his doctor will be very pleased with the results when he gets tested again in January.

Kudos to both of you - you're a very good team!

Take care,

Tessa


Plant-Based Diet
Posted by Mama to Many (TN) on 10/14/2021
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Hi all,

At a check up in July my husband had some bloodwork done. His bad cholesterol number was a concern. Due to a bad family history (his father died of a heart attack at age 37) the doctor wanted him to get a calcium score test done. Well the results of that were not good either. He had evidence of significant plaque in all four arteries of the heart. His doctor gave him two options - statins or a gluten free, no sugar, whole foods vegan diet.

Well, my husband did not want to go on statins. He is 55. We have seen what they did to our parents.

So he started eating vegan, gf, ns (no sugar). I, for the most part, have joined him. (Due to alpha gal allergy I can't eat mammal products anyway, and it wasn't much of a change for me.)

He has been eating this way for 3 months with very few exceptions. I have enjoyed being more creative with vegan cooking. I don't really feel like going to much trouble to cook for just myself, but I do love to make food for others.

He goes back in January for more bloodwork. I don't know how his cholesterol is or if this has improved the issue with plaque in his heart arteries. (I'll let you know, though! )

What surprised us both is that he has lost 40 pounds in the last three months, without even trying (about 15% of his weight.) He has had to buy new clothes.

This is the lowest weight he has had since our first year of marriage (1989.) He has been on diets before. He did the no carb/low carb diet 20 years ago (Atkins) a couple of times but he couldn't bear the diet long and he always gained it back pretty quickly.

My husband is a meat and potatoes kind of a guy. He loves a good burger. So he is surprised himself by how content he is on this diet. Eating out is harder but we have found options. He now loves Smoothie King. Chipotle works, too. There are lots of plant based meat substitutes that are close enough to the real deal that he says I could have fooled him. (I read a lot of labels as being meat free or dairy free doesn't necessarily mean it is particularly healthy.)

He eats oatmeal for breakfast nearly every day. I put bananas or fruit in it with erythritol/stevia sweetener. We have found that oatmilk in coffee is our favorite dairy alternative.

For lunch he eats hummus with sweet potatoes crackers, cashews, raw carrot sticks with guacamole. I send two apples with him and he eats them for snacks most days. Sometimes I have leftovers to send with him.

Dinner - chickpea pasta with a veggie marina, stir fry, beans and rice (with gauc and fried onions/peppers) etc. I serve lots of salads. I learned to make California rolls with brown rice.

He has a sweet tooth. I told him I thought it would get better and surprisingly it has. He does drink Stevia flavored carbonated drinks for a treat. He drinks a glass of wine with dinner a couple of times a week but has completely cut out beer (which went very well with burgers or pizza. :) )

His snoring has reduced by 90%, even when he ends up sleeping on his back.

His blood pressure has gone down and the doctor gave him the go-ahead to cut his blood pressure medicine in half. We hope he can get off of it eventually.

I have known him a long time. I have never seen him so faithful to a diet or so motivated. I am very proud of him. We are hopeful to move to sometime more Mediterranean down the road, as in, add in some chicken and fish.

I think there are many factors involved in the success of this diet for weight loss. He wasn't even doing it primarily to lose weight. He has not done any sort of fasting with it. He doesn't skip meals and eats when he is hungry. He snacks (on healthy stuff) when he is hungry and needs one. He has not increased exercise. He work in construction so he isn't sedentary, but he doesn't do much in the way of cardio. He may be eating less calories. The calories he consumes may be more efficiently used. It seems likely that he has less overall inflammation and perhaps that is a factor.

The weight loss has leveled out now, and that is fine.

Meanwhile, he said I could share his success story!

~Mama to Many~

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by KLB (Canada) on 10/06/2021

The headache is probably caused by the toxins that are escaping from your body during this process. Sometimes we get headaches or for the symptoms when we start to detox or start to get healthy. They shouldn't last more than 2 weeks maximum but it should start to feel relief quicker.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Cyndi (Brookings, Oregon) on 11/13/2020

Rinse your mouth out well and spit it out.


Dietary Products Containing Licorice
Posted by GertJr (Madison) on 11/01/2020

This guy ate like 6 bags of natural black licorice per day, excess in any estimation. And, since he was eating so much licorice, he did not eat other nutrients. What other obsessive traits did he have? Licorice, not licorice flavoring, is an herb that has definite reactions in your body. He self-harmed. He did not turn black, though maybe his mouth was black. As long as you don't overdo things, you should be okay.


Lecithin
Posted by Tea (NZ ) on 10/31/2020

Lol your comment to stop talking soy.... I thought the same thing. Read ages ago ted from Bangkok said to use soy capsules I think it was several times a day for weight loss and after fatty foods.

havent tried it but the apple cider vinegar three times a day and fresh ginger root all day sounds the go!

if nothing else apparently is anti aging for your face😁


Dietary Products Containing Licorice
Posted by Tea (NZ ) on 10/31/2020

Someone recently died from eating too much licorice over a week or so.... they changed from red to black lollies/ shoe laces and died!

True story.


Green Tea, Garlic
Posted by Bee (Tampa, FL) on 06/03/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I would like to add a couple remedies for weight loss.

I am 38 years old and about 8 months ago I started gaining weight for no reason. I had not changed my diet. I went to the doctor to ensure nothing was wrong medically and they checked my thyroid and everything else. All was normal. The doctor felt my metabolism was slowing down due to my age. I tried cutting back on food and calories and still no weight loss. It was beyond frustrating. ACV did not help me and coconut oil was just plain gross to eat for me.

The only thing that was helping was a keto diet but as soon as I ate any carbs the weight would come right back in a couple of days. Who wants to live without carbs? Not me. I read about green tea and also saw a testimonial for garlic.

I know people take garlic to lower cholesterol but I had not heard about it for weight loss.

So I started drinking one cup of green tea during the day. And in the evening after dinner or before I go to sleep I chop up 3 cloves of garlic and swallow it with water. I am finally losing weight while eating regular food. Carbs and all. I have noticed that I lose more weight while doing the garlic/green tea combination daily, even though they both probably work on their own.


Resveratrol
Posted by Holly (Atlanta ) on 03/13/2020

Does this cause any kind of jittery feeling? I have anxiety that I am managing fantastically with magnesium therapy but I need to lose weight. I'm wary of things that can raise my heart rate or give me that caffeine-like effect.


Resveratrol
Posted by MTucker (Long Beach, Cali) on 07/18/2019
5 out of 5 stars

I started Resveratrol 3 months ago for weight loss in conjunction with a new diet (plant-based) and exercise. I take 200 mg capsules, three times a day. Lost a few pounds, but more remarkable to me is that my blood pressure is down, having good sleep, and super high energy during the day. I am extremely focused and getting a lot done because of it. Highly recommend.

Yacon Powder
Posted by Nat (Brooklyn, Ny) on 06/18/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Yacon syrup/powder helps support weight loss and helps improve intestinal motility.

The powder is much better tasting than the syrup. (bought it online from a nut/seed distributor).

One teaspoon to one tablespoon can be taken before a meal (mixed into water or just taken as a sweet powder), a few minutes to an hour before the meal.

* Too much can cause intestinal distress/diarrhea, (sometimes noticed only a few days later) so the dosage should be adjusted accordingly.

Yacon also lowers hunger level, so that one needs to eat less. It is also a pre-biotic helping to grow good bacteria.

It has many other benefits. It helps against certain cancers. It is anti-fungal. It helps to lower blood sugar, to lower cholesterol, to lower blood pressure. It helps the liver.


Vitamin C
Posted by Anon (Anon) on 06/07/2020
5 out of 5 stars

PCOS and EXERCISE RESISTANT WEIGHT GAIN:

I have been overweight since gradeschool. Nobody pointed out that eating icecream every night before bed would cause weight gain... PCOS began in my 20s, from coffee? Chocolate? Birth control pills? Don't really know.

BUT!! High dose vitamin C has been *excellent* for exercise resistant weight problems!!!!, which was aparently a detox/edema issue.

I mix a couple grams of vitamin C with baking soda and water, let it fizz, and drink it. I don't even need to exercise.

I realized it was reducing my weight when I mixed it up one day (maybe with fresh lemon juice added) and for the first time kept adding baking soda until it didn't fizz any more. A few days after I noticed my thighs were much slimmer and firmer. I suspect it gave me kidney stones, though, so I use less now.

The vit c is making the weight come off in all the hard to lose places - belly, hips, thighs, face. Not sure if the baking soda is necessary. It might be. I like to mix in fresh lemon or lime juice.

Lasix and Slimfast (w/ hunger control) were also very effective for weight loss, but less healthy. Regular Slimfast always left me hungry, but the hunger control kind I would drink and not be hungry or tired or even want food all day. I used it for about two years, went from an 18 to a 14. I quit because of the sucralose in it.

If you are *very* desperate to lose weight though I would recommend it. Just make SURE you eat some fresh fruit or veggies every day to keep your bowels clean. And drink water.

I also recommend lots of garlic, cilantro, parsley, and turmeric for their detox properties.

When I was in gradeschool someone gave me diet soda ( Diet Rite if I recall) for the first time and I have a vived memory of how fuzzy and foggy my head was after. It was like just like static on a tv screen but in my head. I was formerly very energetic and cheerful but ever since have struggled. My grandmother drank a lot of the same diet soda and died of Alzhiemer's.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Karen (Whitby, Ontario, Canada) on 07/27/2018
1 out of 5 stars

I am currently 75 pounds overweight. I have all of the symptoms of having a thyroid issue yet tests are normal. I am acidic. So I am taking the following daily:

flax seed, greens, a good multivitamin for 40+ women, a digestive enzyme plus ox bile with every meal, adrenal support, I stopped eating anything prepared and eat fresh veggies, fruit and lean protein. I also take 5-HTP and an herbal sleep aid. I make a tea daily with 2 litres water, ginger root, lemon, baking soda, ACV and honey.

None of this is making any difference. I usually have a protein shake with 3/4 c almond milk, a banana, greens and flax for breakfast with all of my supplements- then I won't eat much all day until 2-3 pm because I don't get hungry. I have been sleeping a lot. I have a hard time falling asleep at night then I can sleep until 12-1 pm if I am off.

I have battled with depression but the supplements help. I need to lose weight and get some energy, or I need to sleep and never eat to lose weight. One or the other I don't know what else to do. Exercise makes me gain. Help

5:2 Diet
Posted by Frances (Cabarlah, Qld.) on 07/20/2018

Here is a link to the 5:2 Fast diet. Healthy protein and low-carb side dishes recommended on fast days. Best not to weigh oneself until on this for 4 weeks. Most people lose approx. a kilogram a week.

https://thefastdiet.co.uk/


5:2 Diet
Posted by Frances (Cabarlah Qld) on 07/20/2018

The 5:2 Fast diet was developed by Dr Michael Mosley, a BBC medical journalist. Calories are restricted on 2 non-consecutive days of the week; 500 calories a day for women and 600 for men. Mosley may have increased the calories since his book was published.


5:2 Diet
Posted by Wendy (Columbus, Oh) on 07/20/2018

I googled it, and found this link that describes it, among others: https://dailyhealthalerts.com/top-5-trending-diets-hit-or-miss/


5:2 Diet
Posted by Jillery (Rawlly, Nc) on 07/18/2018 89 posts

nice. what the heck is it?


Hydrolyzed Collagen
Posted by Tea (Nz) on 07/07/2018

There's more about serrapeptase on google than earth clinic, unfortunately. I have also heard people say that old injuries and problem areas get more painful as they get repaired and to bare with it.


Fennel
Posted by Tea (New Zealand) on 07/06/2018

Indians, after giving birth, drink loads of fennel seed tea to drop the water and baby weight.... don't know if it works but my boss was made to drink it!


Hydrolyzed Collagen
Posted by Tea (New Zealand ) on 06/27/2018

Research: serrapeptase.... for some it gets much worse before it gets amazingly good!


5:2 Diet
Posted by Katie (Beverly, Ma ) on 02/02/2018
5 out of 5 stars

I found the 5:2 eating program, I don't think it's a diet, here on Earth Clinic. I was feeling unhealthy and I don't think any strict diets work. I started in September of 2017 and am down 11.5 pounds. It's the easiest to follow and I actually look forward to my 500 days. I highly recommend!!!

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Janet (Ca) on 11/02/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have hypothyroidism and for years I fought to lose weight. I tried every diet out there, exercised everyday for 2-3 hours a day. I would lose 5-20 lbs and gain it all back, plus some. I finally saw a dietitian and found out I was doing it all wrong. She explained that people with thyroid issues, can't digest food fast enough, if large volumes of food are eaten. So I was put on a six mini meal a day plan. I was also told no more than thirty minutes of cardio. I did this and very slowly the weight was coming off. I wanted quicker results and saw an article about ACV, baking soda, and lemon. I have hypertension and opted out on baking soda.

I started drinking 2 TBSP of ACV in 4 ounces of water, three times a day. Immediately the pounds started melting away faster with the program I was on. I went from 259 lbs down to 197 lbs in six months. Even my blood pressure dropped to normal, my cholesterol levels were normal, and the inflammation in my joints were gone. If not for weight loss....do it for your health. It's worth it!!

Activated Charcoal
Posted by Sharon (Middletown, Ct) on 08/10/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have been taking a teaspoon of activated charcoal first thing in the morning since the weather got hot. It has reduced my appetite considerably, given me more energy and I have no BO! I have also lost a few pounds without trying. I love it.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Esther (Greenwich) on 08/10/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have been taking apple cider vinegar for the past month to lose weight. It's working and I feel awesome. I take a teaspoon of ac vinegar in hot water with lemon when I wake up, then a tablespoon of it in my sports water bottle, which I sip all day. I have lost 4 pounds so far.


Fasting 5:2 Diet
Posted by Stephanie (Napa) on 07/25/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Fasting 5:2 Diet

This is incredible! I have tried EVERY diet out there, doing research for years on nutrition and diet, went gluten-free for a while, went vegan, but could not lose those those last stubborn 10 pounds. I started fasting 22 hours, two days per week, and my life has changed. I am under 130 for the first time in a decade and ALL my old clothes fit again. Words cannot describe what it feels like to feel like your old self, and more importantly, feel in permanent control of your weight--it's been years of desperation and yo-yo dieting. Not to mention what it does to your mood!

I fast on Mondays and Wednesdays(or Thurs, depending on plans). I eat a full meal the night before around 7:30 and then eat 22 hours later around 5:30. I drink coffee in the morning and maybe another cup of coffee or tea around 2:00(I set an alarm on my phone) and just sip water casually throughout the day. Life changing. It's so much easier than you think just to skip a couple meals and just say to yourself, "I'm not very hungry" than it is to constantly stress about planning meals and waste time and energy counting calories. Just find projects to focus on and keep your mind distracted and you will be fine. Sipping water also prevents hunger pangs so it's easy to forget you are even fasting.

Prayer and/or journaling during these days is the easiest way to transform your mind while transforming your body. Just purge every thought out on paper and don't sensor yourself(you can always burn it! ) But try fasting, it will seriously get you off the diet roller coaster and completely reset your taste buds for healthier eating. Trust me, you really can do this!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Kristina (Miami, Florida ) on 07/02/2017

It sounds like you may have histamine intolerance! That would cause the headache. Hope this helps. To decrease histamine you can avoid certain foods but also you can take histamine degrading probiotics as well as a supplementthat degrades histamine.


Ginger
Posted by Bill (California) on 05/24/2017

I am an Asian-American and love ginger in my food. however. I have been using coconut oil for two months now.. Enjoying many benefits. Lost significant weight. Down to a 32 waist with a 42 jacket. Have not enjoyed that since my college days 65 years ago.


General Feedback
Posted by Sue (Massachusetts) on 01/31/2017

You are losing the height because the excess weight is compacting on your joints to make you shorter. Once you loose the weight as long as there is not permanent issues with your joints you should gain the inches you lost in your height back. Good luck with the weight loss. I am doing the same as you working to get the extra off.


ACV and Coconut Oil
Posted by Ginny (Lakeland, Florida) on 12/20/2016

I have thyroid issues also, and have gained 40 lbs in a short amount of time too. I am 67 years old, and have been doing this for 2 days. I have already lost 2 lbs. I will keep you posted as to my results.


ACV and Baking Soda
Posted by Lisa (Hartford, Sd) on 12/15/2016

Oh, try the natural approach to your backed up problem and drink prune juice. Things will flow thru soon


Potassium Iodide
Posted by Faith (New York) on 11/07/2016

Thanks for the tip. As an appetite suppressant chia seeds works wonders. A tablespoon first thing in the morning before breakfast with water.


ACV and Baking Soda
Posted by Pup2pup (Cincinnati) on 10/27/2016

Misconception - baking soda never contains aluminum, but some baking powders do, so always buy the aluminum-free baking powder for your cooking. And don't worry about the baking soda.


Bentonite Clay
Posted by Erynn (Ct) on 07/22/2016

Bentonite Clay removes all bacteria. So If your worried about negative effects, just make sure your taking good pro & prebiotics a few hours after you take it. I could see it causing havoc with prolonged use without aiding your body in gaining those back.


Hydrolyzed Collagen
Posted by Beryl (Uk) on 06/22/2016
0 out of 5 stars

I'm in my seventies, and keep well. However, recently I've been attempting to lose a bit of weight, and to guard against looking too drawn from weight loss I've been taking hydrolysed collagen. Hoping that it will help with bones, nails, hair, skin, etc. I've been taking six caplets a day on an empty stomach, and for about a month I felt really good. However, this last fortnight my spine has become really painful, and one of my discs especially so when pressure was applied to it. And I've been finding that old injuries have also become painful. Putting two and two together I wondered whether it could be the hydrolysed collagen, and so two days ago I stopped taking it, and all the pain has disappeared. I wondered whether I was overloading my system with too much calcium, but I understand there's no calcium in it. The reviews of the product are excellent. Any thoughts on this?

Neem Tea
Posted by Hisjewel (America, New York) on 06/20/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Regarding Neem for Weight,

As I stated in an earlier post I am also taking Stinging Nettles interchanging with the Neem. The Neem gave me a little fit so I figure its doing most of the work. I give them a break here and there. Also a reminder is that when I first lost the weight I did make some eating changes. Now that being said, even though I have petty much slipped back to my old ways the weight has remained off. I am still two sizes down. I still plan to cut down on certain foods again to start losing weight again. A lot of stress going on around here so I have not gotten to diet changes yet, but walking slimmer than last year.

HisJewel


HCG Diet
Posted by Irener (Newbury Park) on 05/27/2016

Great ideas.


Ginger
Posted by Nicole (Virginia) on 05/26/2016

Hi Shirley...yes, raw is always best! However I still received great benefits from making it into tea form by simmering it for 10 min or so. I've always felt it's okay to do this to root/tuber vegetables ever since I read a research article by Dr. Greger (who wrote 'How Not to Die') showing that sweet potatoes retain more nutrients via boiling compared to steaming or baking surprisingly. I only do this for the root veggies however...

http://nutritionfacts.org/2015/11/24/is-it-better-to-bake-boil-or-steam-sweet-potatoes/


Ginger
Posted by Shirley (Ontario) on 05/25/2016

Ginger in it's raw form is the best, not heated. Heating it destroys the best part of it. Candied ginger is just a bunch of unneeded sugar. It doesn't even have a texture similar to ginger. I don't get it. Fresh ginger juice is out of this world!!! RAW RAW RAW!!



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