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Saturday, April 11, 2020

Best Quarantine Protein: EGGS .. More Click for Your $$$$


An inexpensive and high-quality protein, eggs contain the vitamins A, D and E, calcium, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, phosphorus, selenium and zinc.  A complete protein food, eggs contain all nine (9) of the essential amino acids.  Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and essential means the body can’t make these itself so you must eat them.


If you need to watch your cholesterol intake – eggs can still be part of your life.  The egg white at least. The egg whites from three (3) large eggs equals 50 calories and are fat-free and cholesterol-free. The average Large, whole egg provides 75 calories and five (5) grams of fat.


Dyeing hard-cooked eggs for Easter?  For food safety reasons discard any raw cracked eggs and once cooked, be sure to keep them refrigerated at 40 degrees Fahrenheit (F) or below when not being eaten.  Once hard-cooked in the shell, use them within one (1) week.  Never leave hard-cooked eggs sitting out at room temperature for more than two hours, one hour when the temperature is 85 degrees  F or hotter.


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In her new book, FOOD, Field to Fork: How to Grow Sustainably, Shop Wisely, Cook Nutritiously, and Eat Deliciously, Kobuszewski combines humorous personal life stories as a nutrition expert with easy-to-understand nutrition information and easy-to-read practical tips for making sensible, healthy food choices that are also eco-friendly. The book is based on sound scientific research and Kobuszewski’s lifetime of nutritional expertise.

The government’s new guidelines that call for at least half the American plate to be fruits and vegetables are included in Kobuszewski’s book. FOOD, Field to Fork is a practical approach to all things related to food, balance and healthy living. The book includes a how-to section for newbie cooks plus 26 delicious easy-to-prepare family favorite recipes with nutritional analysis.


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Eating 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables daily is a smart way to decrease your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, obesity, various types of cancers and helps your skin to age more slowly.


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As a food coach, author, educator, and television and radio personality, Anita Kobuszewski, M.S., R.D. brings extensive experience and knowledge to the world of culinary arts, wellness and sports nutrition.
A favorite guest on the Joanie Greggains Radio Show, 81.0 AM San Francisco Bay Area,  Anita also performs as the food-coach for ABC’s News CH-10 weekday morning show, Sacramento&Co. She's appeared on affiliate television stations including: ABC, CBS, UPN and NBC in California and Nevada as an expert on health, nutrition, food and fitness topics.
Anita performed at the KCBS Health ETC, San Francisco, California which included the host of the nationally syndicated daily television series Dr. Phil McGraw of the Dr. Phil Show.
Appearing as the food and nutrition expert for the Discovery Channel Network's TOTAL FAMILY HEALTH TOUR, Anita's practice approach to living healthy is a breath of fresh air. See her on the Fine Living Network's "ALL THAT'S FIT" show with a focus on fitness, food and healthy living.

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