Sweet Home – 02-12-2011 – Tv9

December 3, 2011 by  
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Ladies special Programme Sweet Home, Making of Mirchi Vada in Sweet Home, Health tips for women, Latest fashions and fashionable dresses for ladies

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women’s fitness, fat loss, weight loss, organic food, gluten free diet, wellness

October 24, 2011 by  
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Healthy Tip: Ice Cream Alternative

October 18, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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*Re-Upload* Original Upload Date: April 10, 2010 Something New! I love this “recipe” and thought I’d share it with you all! I’ve been eating this since my high school track days ( cue Twilight Zone…) and thought you’d all like it as well! It’s packed with nutrients and it’s a desert that you will NEVER feel guilty about eating..shoot, eat it twice a day if you want! It’s so thick and creamy that you will probably crave it MORE than ice cream! It’s really simple, but sometimes people don’t think of these simple and easy ways to substitute everyday foods with a more healthy, natural alternative! If you like it, let me know and I will share more tips! Nap ps FAGE is a little on the pricey side for yogurt, but for EXCELLENT reason. You definitely get what you pay for, and can feel good about the choices you’ve made. I’ve included two links below, so get your coupon and give it a try! For a cheaper alternative, try Chobani. They do not treat their cows with growth hormones as well, just beware the yogurt will be sour,lol…FAGE is not sour at all! Free Coupons: www.fageusa.com www.facebook.com Visit My Second Channel For More Recipes! : youtube.com Catch Me on Twitter! : twitter.com FTC Disclaimer: I don’t receive free products nor am I paid for making these videos, and I’ve purchased everything featured in this video myself.

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♡ Health, Fitness, Tips & Tricks ♡

October 5, 2011 by  
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So, I’ve been asked a few times about my “workout secrets,” which made me lol for a bit. I decided to compile what I do into a video, with a little meal recipe thrown in at the end. Ps. I’m not saying do exactly what I do – this is not monkey see monkey do lol. This is just what I do, and I’m throwing out some suggestions that have worked for me. If you have any suggestions, feel free to list them! 🙂 www.facebook.com www.twitter.com

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Healthy Tip: Turkey Burgers with Spinach and Feta Cheese

September 10, 2011 by  
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*Re-Upload* Original Upload Date: July 01, 2010 Long Overdue, but just in time for the July 4th Holiday! No need to skip the burgers this summer for fear of weight gain, just substitute the red meat for a leaner version, Turkey! Now, I don’t eat meat often, but when I do, I ALWAYS opt for chicken or turkey…in fact, I can’t remember the last time I bought or ate Beef…who needs it!? Go lean, feel great, and be happy! I bet once you try these burgers, you’ll wonder why you ever ate beef in the first place… Turkey Burgers with Spinach and Feta Cheese: 3 lbs. All-Natural Turkey Meat 1tbl. lemon seasoning 1tbl. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. salt 1.2 tbl. pepper 1/2 Frozen Spinach (when defrosted) 3 oz. Feta Cheese Colby Jack Cheese Whole Wheat Burger Buns Makes 12 1/4 lb. Burgers …or if you’re my husband…6 1/2 lb. burgers, lol! ENJOY! Visit My Second Channel For More Recipes!: youtube.com Catch Me on Twitter! : twitter.com FTC Disclaimer: I don’t receive free products nor am I paid for making these videos, and I’ve purchased everything featured in this video myself.

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Post Baby Workout Diary & Fitness Tips – Bex Life

August 15, 2011 by  
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HOLIDAY FITNESS TIPS : LOSE WEIGHT & HAVE FUN!

July 20, 2011 by  
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Please click that SUBSCRIBE button! Like, Favorite, Comment & Share with friends! MAKE THIS YEAR DIFFERENT! ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS WITHOUT EXPANDING YOUR WAISTLINE! 🙂 Special thanks to my great friend YouTube.com for helping with those cool holiday graphics. Special appearance by Grace Helbig: YouTube.com Basedow TV intro animation edited by: YouTube.com COOL BOX SHOUT OUTS Want a shout out on my YouTube & BlogTV shows? Let me know in the comments section below if my channel is in your box! *NEW* SHIRT STORE! JohnBasedow.ViralPrints.com Custom make it yourself! Choose designs, colors & shirts. Watch FIGURE IT OUT with JB! LIVE Wednesdays 9p ET on BlogTV http Send me cool stuff! John Basedow 309 Main Street — Suite 234 Farmingdale NY 11735 FIND ME HERE: Vlog Channel: YouTube.com Order DVDs & Books: FitnessMadeSimple.com Twitter Twitter.com Facebook: Facebook.com DailyBooth: DailyBooth.com Sports Video Referral: Crazy Free Throw by Idaho State’s Kamil Gawrzydek Crazy Free Throw by Idaho State’s Kamil Gawrzydek www.youtube.com TAGS: Holiday Fit Tips Christmas Hanukkah Kwanzaa lose weight diet have fun John Basedow New Media Stew holiday fit tips fitness lose weight diet weight loss nutrition meal plan bikini body ripped Christmas Chanukah Hanukkah Kwanzaa buffet lean protein carbohydrates carbs fat vegetables fruit chicken turkey breast Grace Helbig J-Bizzle JBizzle Get Chunked Fitness Made Simple “six pack abs” E! BravoTV VH1 MTV Midnight schipperke Idaho State Utah Kamil

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Tips to Get Past Weight Loss Plateau Point In Your Diet/Exercise Program To Help Achieve Your Goals

June 21, 2011 by  
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Hi everybody, in this video I give you helpful diet and exercise tips to get over the dreaded plateau when your body just doesn’t seem to want to lose more weight. This can be a difficult time for people who have been steadily losing weight and then stop seeing the scale move lower. It’s a point where people tend to give up and start gaining weight again because they feel they will never reach their goal weight loss. Well, this video is about conquering this situation head on and giving your body a little push to get you over the hump. Ihope you found this video helpful. Please subscribe because I have so much more to come; something helpful and of interest to everyone. Thanks so much for viewing! To purchase a YouTips4U custom-designed T-Shirt please click here: cgi.ebay.com To visit me at my blogspot, please click here: www.youtips4u.blogspot.com

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How to Make the World’s Easiest Garlic Bread

May 18, 2011 by  
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George Mendes of Aldea restaurant in NYC shares his simple, quick, and delicious recipe for homemade garlic bread.

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DIET RECIPE – Healthy Recipe for Breakfast

April 11, 2011 by  
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In this diet video I share my recipe for my healthy breakfast – for more diet and fitness video tips visit my site: www.BodyRock.Tv

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FITNESS – Cardio Exercise Workout 4

March 24, 2011 by  
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Part 4/5. Visit www.BodyRock.Tv For more Free Fitness Videos, Workout Routines and Healthy Diet and Exercise Plans.

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Springing Back From The Flu, Some Tidbits On Living Life With Arthritis

August 1, 2008 by  
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I’ve been bugged down by flu recently and so I had to rest for awhile and just sleep the night off than usual. But I am back and now it’s the first of August. Wow, time flies really!

Now it’s Friday. But before I close my week and take it easy the rest of the weekend, let me share with you all a few things that show how life with arthritis can be lived with some better quality, if we make some adjustments.

1. Kitchen adjustments and tools that can help those with arthritis

Diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 1987, Tuovi Cochrane, 67, of Rockford, has joined thousands of women in inventing new ways to create in the kitchen.

Using a specially designed ergonomic kitchen knife with a broad blade and sawlike handle that is easier to grip, Cochrane is able to slice, dice and chop.

For opening jar lids, she uses the adjustable Black & Decker Lids Off, which can handle even small prescription-pill containers.

2. Lower arthritis risks with simple changes

  • Keep your weight down: excess weight puts additional stress on the joints and is especially hard on the knees and hips.
  • Don’t avoid exercise: Although high-impact activities can irritate arthritis, keeping muscles strong and joints moving is therapeutic; try swimming, yoga or even golf.
  • Take stretch breaks at work: Don’t sit or stand in the same position for long periods of time. Stand up and move or stretch every 30 minutes.
  • Get your vitamins: everyone can benefit from a healthy, balanced diet, but getting adequate calcium and vitamin C is of particular importance to bone and joint health,
  • Wear comfortable shoes: Don’t sacrifice your health for fashion; high heels put added stress on feet and knees.

3. Wii Fit as indoor exercise for arthritis patients

Elaine Bartz would never lie to her doctor.

Since the 62-year-old grandmother bought a Nintendo Wii Fit system to help fight her arthritis, that hasn’t been a consideration.

“Every time I go to the doctor, she would ask me if I’d been exercising, because I do have high cholesterol, too,” Bartz said. “I would say, ‘Uh, no, I’m not.’ Now, when I go to her, I can say I am exercising daily.”

4. Yoga for arthritis

Thanks to fascinating advances in medication too, which has definitely saved an arthritic from the devastating side effects of steroids. But, have we hit the nail on its head? Have we been able to cure or prevent joint diseases? The answer is a clear ‘No’.

5. Cooking workshop that may help arthritis patients

This month, the Indiana Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation will team up with Whole Foods Market to offer a short series of FREE, fun and educational courses for the community called Healthy Cooking 101. These courses were created for Indiana residents who struggle with rheumatoid arthritis but still want to maintain some sort of independence in the kitchen.

Well, we all do need all the help we can get. Be it turning ergonomic, doing yoga or buying the Wii fit, i think I won’t hurt to try and see what’s going to work for you. Take your prescribed meds too! Most importantly, you gotta eat right.

That’s all for now and I wish you all a great weekend.

Cooking, Recipes, Grocery Shopping and More…

June 26, 2008 by  
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shopping-cart.jpgBeing diabetic doesn’t mean boring meals or uninspiring shopping experiences. Turn a challenge into an adventure. Here’s some ideas.

Have you seen the American Diabetes Association Virtual Grocery Store yet?

Create a profile and sign in first. Then explore all there is to offer on this great site.

  • Virtual Grocery Store Tour: lets you see your ordinary grocery store through the eyes of a diabetic trying to make smart choice.
  • A Recipe File with recipes and a place to store your favorites. It also includes tips to modify recipes.
  • Meal Planning help with exchange lists, the food pyramid and information on how to read labels.
  • Express Lane, ideas and recipes on how to eat fast food that is healthy.
  • Shopping list lets you import ingredients from the site’s recipes or just add your own grocery needs. It is printable to take with you to the store. Read more

Diabetic Friendly Granola Recipe

April 24, 2008 by  
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Yummy Goodness, Without The Extra Sugar

I love granola. Toasted, crunchy, and sweet it is versatile and perfect for anytime snacking. Most home-made recipes are full of sugar, though. While I know that regular sugar is fine for most healthy diabetics in small quantities, the amount called for in most recipes would make the most lenient doctor or nutritionist go into fits.

Can’t say that I blame them. Brown sugar, white sugar, honey, and a big dose of molasses makes home-made granola a big no-no. In the following recipe, I have replaced most of those with (mostly)natural alternatives. Feel free to experiment until you find the perfect fit for you and your taste.

Diabetic Friendly Granola

*10 cups rolled oats
*1 cup wheat germ
*1 cup sunflower seeds, hulled.
*1 cup flax seeds
*1 cup each chopped almonds, peanuts, walnuts
*1 ½ cup Brown Sugar Splenda
*1 cup water
*1 cup vegetable oil
*½ cup agave nectar
*½ cup Blackstrap molasses
*1 teaspoon salt (sea salt is great)
*2 ½ teaspoons cinnamon
*3 teaspoons vanilla

Pre-heat your oven to 325 F. Mix oats, wheat germ, flax and sunflower seeds in a large bowl until evenly distributed. In a medium to large saucepan, mix the rest of the ingredients and warm over low heat until the Splenda is melted without boiling. Pour over the dry ingredients and mix until all of the dry ingredients are well coated.

Spread the mix into 13×9 baking pans. You will need 4 to 5, or make the granola in batches. Bake for approximately 30 minutes. Check the granola during baking and stir with a wooden spoon every 5 minutes or so. For a chewier granola, remove at around 20 minutes. For extra crunchy, give the mix 5 to 10 minutes longer in the oven, watching closely for a golden brown color on the oats.

Allow to cool, place in large zipper top bags and store in a cool, dry place for up to 3 months. You can also freeze the granola for longer keeping. Amount made: Approximately 20 cups.

Eat with milk for breakfast or snack on this anytime you’d like something sweet, but healthy.

* It is possible to not use Splenda. If you are familiar with Stevia, use it instead. Since Stevia is so much sweeter than sugar, you will need to adjust. You will also need to reduce the wet ingredients slightly.

Healthy Carb Diabetes Cookbook Contest

March 20, 2008 by  
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Lauren Paul from Jane Wesman Promotions has sent not one, but 3 copies of The Healthy Carb Diabetes Cookbook for the readers of Battling Diabetes!

This month, the contest for the books will be a little different. You do not have to blog, just post a comment! You can post : “Enter me, please” or “Hey, neat, I want the book”, or even tell me all about your favorite recipe. Heck, tell me about your dog. Just be sure to place that you are entering the contest in you comment somewhere.

If you have friends who would benefit from this book, tell them about the contest or enter for them and send it as a gift!

For a review of The Healthy Carb Diabetes Cookbook, check out THIS post. (new window)

The contest will be open to new entries until midnight, April 2cnd. The winner will be chosen on April 3rd. Do not miss out on this great cookbook and thank you again to Lauren for providing such great books to sponsor our contest!

Pride Before The Fall: Baking

February 12, 2008 by  
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I wrote this yesterday, it was intended to give you a smile to begin your week. Thanks to raving children and blustery weather that knocked out my power a few times, you will have your laugh today.

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What a day. Really, this has been one of the most frustrating ever.

I had planned on bringing you a great review on the recipe I had posted from The Big Book of Diabetic Desserts. The weather was so nasty, freezing winds and tempatures that would make even the Abominable Snowman think twice before stepping out of his cave.

I ended up going out in this mess, but that’s another story for another day.

Looking forward to trying a delicious Chocolate Drizzled Peanut Butter cake, because chocolate and peanut butter is a match from heaven, I began the process of setting up everything just right. Measured out the ingredients, found the hidden jar of the ‘good stuff’ (which translates into all natural organic peanut butter), then brought out the bowls, and preheated the oven. All was well with the world.

Until . . . (cue the music, da da daaaaa)

I found that my supply of baking powder has been mysteriously bakingpowdernapped. Ok, that’s not a word, Works Processor says so, but we’ll pretend it is. So, the kitchen guru that is me decided to use a little extra baking soda mixed with cream of tartar. Whoops, no cream of tartar. Hm, ok, so Arrowroot powder looks like C.O.T., let’s try that.

Afterwards, all goes well. The cake bakes up perfectly with a gorgeous golden color and an aroma that wafts through the kitchen like a peanut butter dream. I rack it and smile when the cake slides from the pan with no effort at all. Sliced, it sits on the saucer, ready to be drizzled with chocolate.

I couldn’t wait to taste this. My mother was ready to take a bite of a diabetic wonderland filled with her favorite tastes. I decorated the slices for her, my children, and me with pride.

Um. Isn’t it the old saying that pride goeth before a fall?

We all took a taste of this decadent creation, then silence fell. Eyes dropped to our plates or forks, the cake was given a wary look. What in heaven’s name was wrong with this cake? It tasted like poison, or at least it would if poison tasted like soap.

Quietly, the confection was placed in the trash, it resides there still. I have learned a lesson, never, ever substitute baking powder with baking soda . . . Unless soap is the flavor you crave.

The Big Book Of Diabetic Desserts

February 5, 2008 by  
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I just do not know how it could get any better.

Really, I don’t.
I received the press release and a copy of The Big Book Of Diabetic Desserts by Jackie Mills, MS, RD and I could not be happier! This book is filled with absolutely decadent desserts that anyone, not just diabetics will lust over. Many diabetics find themselves eating things that are devoid of taste, at least compared to what they are used to.

Not anymore!

Thanks to The Big Book Of Diabetic Desserts, diabetics can enjoy desserts with a real, true flavor to them. I truly wish the internet offered a scratch and sniff option! I have prepared the dessert that came with the press release, Chocolate-Drizzled Paenut Butter Cake, and friends . . . This has to be one of the very best cakes I have ever had the pleasure to enjoy.

I have to apologize, I did not take any pictures. Why? Because this cake literally did not make it to the top of the stove without having a chunk stolen! It smells that good . So, to allow you to enjoy the scent in your own home, I am sharing the recipe here. Once you try this cake, I can promise you that The Big Book Of Diabetic Desserts will be on your ‘to buy’ list.

A word of caution regarding the book.

I only noticed one issue with the book and that is that there are no table of contents. The type is large and each section does have a list of recipes, so this is not a huge downfall. I think you will enjoy the recipes too much to complain, just as I have.

Also, the recipes use real sugar in limited amounts. Jakie Mills is a Registered Dietician, so you can trust these recipes.

Chocolate-Drizzled Peanut Butter Cake

Makes 9 servings: Serving size: 1 (2 1/2 inch) square

For a lunch box, an after school treat, a bake sale, or a coffee break, this cake is a pleasing sweet for peanut butter lovers of all ages.

*1 cup all-purpose flour
*1 teaspoon baking powder
*1/2 teaspoon baking soda
*1/8 teaspoon salt
*1/4 cup natural peanut butter
*3 tablespoons canola oil
*1/3 cup granular no-calorie sweetener
*1/3 cup light brown sugar
*1 large egg
*3/4 cup low-fat buttermilk
*1 teaspoon vanilla extract
*1/2 ounce semisweet chocolate baking bar, chopped

Preheat the oven to 350ºF. Coat an 8 x 8-inch baking pan with cooking spray and set aside.

Combine the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a medium bowl and whisk to mix well. Set aside.

Combine the peanut butter and oil in a medium bowl and beat at medium speed until smooth. Beat in the no-calorie sweetener and brown sugar. Beat in the egg. Add the flour mixture and buttermilk alternately to the peanut butter mixture, beginning and ending with the flour mixture, beating well after each addition. Beat in the vanilla.

Spoon the batter into the prepared pan and smooth the top. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until a wooden toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean. Cool the cake in the pan on a wire rack for 10 minutes. Remove from the pan and cool completely on the rack.

Place the chocolate in a small resealable zip-top bag and seal. Place the bag in a saucepan of hot water. Let stand 5 minutes or until the chocolate melts. Snip a tiny corner from bag and drizzle chocolate over the cake. The cake can be covered in an airtight container and stored at room temperature up to 3 days.

Exchanges 1 1/2 Carbohydrate
2 Fat
Calories 193, Calories from Fat 86, Total Fat 10 g, Saturated Fat 1 g, Cholesterol 24 mg, Sodium 204 mg, Total Carbohydrate 23 g, Dietary Fiber 1 g, Sugars 11 g, Protein 5 g

Let’s Talk Sucralose

January 31, 2008 by  
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Little Yellow Packets

In the United States, Sucralose is marketed under the brand name Splenda. Most diabetics have heard of this sugar alternative, marketed as the no-calorie sweetener made from sugar. According to an entry on Wikipedia,: “Sucralose is approximately 600 times sweeter than sucrose (table sugar),twice as sweet as saccharin, and four times as sweet as aspartame. “ Today not only diabetics, but many others use Sucralose in all of their sweetened foods/drinks every day.

How Safe Is It?

Sucralose was discovered in 1976 by, according to popular legend, by a cross in communication. A researcher thought he was asked to taste the powder, when he was actually asked to ‘test’ it. He found that the Sucralose was very sweet and it was from there that Sucralose began its journey to our kitchens. The Canadian equivalent of the U.S. FDA allowed Sucralose to be introduced to the Canadian market in 1991 and the Canadian Diabetes Association concluded that a person of 150 pounds could ingest what amounts to 75 packets of Sucralose a day with no ill effects for a lifetime.

One adverse effect that is suspected: Sucralose may trigger migraines in some people who are prone to them.

Zero Calories?

Sucralose has been marketed as zero calories. The actual product does contain a very low amount of calories, but in the United States, if a product contains a very small amount, almost negligible, it can state 0 calories. Sucralose actually contains nearly the same amount of calories as sugar per 100 grams. The difference in calorific content becomes clear when the volume is measure. Sucralose is only 14.5% the volume of sugar, meaning less is needed for the identical amount of sweetening. When Sucralose is added to manufactured food products, no fillers are used, so no calories are added to the final product.

Misleading Advertising.

The makers of Splenda have found themselves at the center of controversy often in the past few years. Another alternative sweetener company brought suit against the Splenda manufacturers for stating that Splenda was made from sugar. Originally the product was made from sugar, so the company used that as their marketing strategy. Recently, a complaint to the FTC stated that Sucralose was not found in nature, so it could not be considered a natural alternative. In countries around the world, Splenda is facing the same accusations of misleading consumers.

Use of Splenda is not considered harmful by the health and food government institutions, but diabetics are urged by many health groups to find more natural ways to sweeten their foods.

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