2 cup almond milk (see soynog recipe)
2 bananas (not over-ripe)
1/4 tsp ground nutmeg - more if desired
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
Blend the above until smooth, then sprinkle a little nutmeg on top.
Serve immediately as banana changes flavour when it sits after
blending, so don't try to keep in the refrigerator.
This comes from Maryln Diamond's book. posted by Ted Wayn Altar in
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Food Tips of the Week
Drink more water. At times during a hectic day, you guess you are peckish but in truth you might only want a restorative glass of water or cranberry juice. The sensations of needing food and needing a drink are close, but one can result in a fat tummy and the alternative is ok.
Some lower carbohydrate diet guidlines:
* Replace sugar with a low carb substitute such as splenda.
Many recipes that need sugar can be adapted to make use of a sugar replacement like splenda. It is not exactly the same so you will need to expirement with it and it might not work for everything, but it does bake up nice in most cases.
(includes melon, red peppers and tomato puree)
The chemical lypcopene is a natural coloring compound and one of the phytochemical group known as 'carotenids'. It is the agent responsible for the vivid red hue of a good number of fruits and vegetables.
Intrestingly, unlike many nutrients, lycopene not only survives being cooked, but is essentially strengthened by cooking.
Its most important benefit is that it works as an antioxidant and is believed to be of use in the fight to lower the risks of cancer.
This useful phytochemical is the most powerful fighter of singlet oxygen, which is associated with skin aging. It is also believed to prevent the progression of atherosclerosis.
Almondnog Recipe Index from Recipes 4U
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