Low Calorie Clam Dip For Vegetables Recipe
1 can gorton's clams, drained
1 tsp chopped chives
1 cup cottage cheese
1/4 tsp salt
1/8 tsp thyme
Combine all ingredients; mix well. Serve as a dip for raw vegetables.
Makes approximately 1-1/3 cups.
Shared By: Pat Stockett
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Food Tips of the Week
In deciding on a meal plan, it is essential to also make sure you cut down your ingestion of refined carbohydrate, fat and salt.
Some lower carbohydrate diet tips:
* You can make really good smoothies by using reduced carbohydrate yogurt.
Ok, well, itís not technically cooking, but if you must have smoothies you can make them with low carbohydrate yogurt and your favorite fruit. Clearly, you will need to make sure you use only fruit that is low in carbohydrates and make use of the whole fruit as the fiber is beneficial.
* Make reduced carbohydrate breadcrumbs for breaded foods.
Although you can possibly buy reduced carbohydrate bread crumbs, you can also make them by using low carbohydrate bread. All you have to do is toast the low carbohydrate bread in a gas or electric oven on a sheet of cookie paper. When it is well toasted, whizz it in the food processor using a coarse blade. Keep in an airtight jar.
The brassicas, Super foods that aid Dieting
(examples: Kohlrabi, Cabbage, Mustard greens and Rutabaga)
Altthough not always popular with children, these have large amounts of vitamins (folate and vitamin c), minerals (selenium and potassium, amongst others), fibre, chlorophyll, antioxidents, indole-3-carbinol and isothiocyanates..
Amongst numerous other great health properties, a few of these nutrients are believed by doctors to help reduce the cancer risk.
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