What’s For Dinner?

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Posted on 29th December 2016 by admin in LivingFuelTV

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Dear Living Fuel Family,

It’s been our aim over the past two weeks in LivingFuelTV’s mealtime series to encourage you to ask “What’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner?” well in advance of these meals.  This foresight can yield huge benefits to your nutrition, performance, sleep, and overall wellness.  Impart these fundamental lessons to your children and involve them in meal preparation and they’ll take this knowledge with them for a lifetime!

We’ve discussed the importance of breakfast in the popular episode Change Your Breakfast, Change Your Life!, then turned our attention to lunch in What’s For Lunch?  Today, we sit down to dinner and look at how to craft the perfect dinner menu.  Also, you’ll discover the perfect (and vital) companion to that big dinner salad.

Click on the graphic below to watch.

Dinner

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: What’s For Dinner?

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Posted on 6th April 2012 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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It’s been our aim in the SuperHealth Podcasts mealtime series to encourage you to ask “What’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner?” well in advance of these meals. This foresight can yield huge benefits to your nutrition, performance, sleep, and overall wellness. Impart these fundamental lessons to your children and involve them in meal preparation and they’ll take this knowledge with them for a lifetime!

We’ve discussed the importance of breakfast in the popular episode Change Your Breakfast, Change Your Life!, then turned our attention to lunch in What’s For Lunch? Today, we sit down to dinner and look at how to craft the perfect dinner menu. Also, you’ll discover the perfect (and vital) companion to that big dinner salad.

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Dinnertime!

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Posted on 22nd March 2012 by admin in LivingFuelTV |Super Health

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It’s been our aim over the past two weeks in LivingFuelTV’s mealtime series to encourage you to ask “What’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner?” well in advance of these meals. This foresight can yield huge benefits to your nutrition, performance, sleep, and overall wellness. Impart these fundamental lessons to your children and involve them in meal preparation and they’ll take this knowledge with them for a lifetime!

We’ve discussed the importance of breakfast in the popular episode Change Your Breakfast, Change Your Life!, then turned our attention to lunch in What’s For Lunch? Today, we sit down to dinner and look at how to craft the perfect dinner menu. Also, discover the perfect (and vital) companion to that big dinner salad.

Click on the graphic below to watch.

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LivingFuel SuperHealth: New Recipe Smart Meal

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Posted on 21st March 2011 by admin in Super Recipes

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Will your dinner tonight be a “Smart Meal”?
 
In The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need! , Chapter 11, The Dynamic Role of Proteins in Weight Loss, you’ll read about Smart Meals, complete meals with a vital balance of clean protein, broad-spectrum organic vegetables and some organic fruit, nuts and seeds.  The chapter also provides a useful chart that helps you, quickly and deliciously, build your own Smart Meal by focusing on the protein content of the food choices.
 
Check out this quick and tasty Smart Meal from The Super Health Diet–Chicken and Spinach Soup with a large green salad and cup of cold goat’s milk.  This satisfying, delicious and complete meal provides 36 grams of protein per serving.  Bon Appetit and Enjoy!
 
Chicken and Spinach Soup
1/2 cup chopped free-range, organic chicken
1 cup organic chicken broth
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 cup chopped organic onion
1/2 cup chopped organic celery
1/2 cup chopped organic spinach
1/2 cup diced organic new or red potatoes
1-2 cloves crushed organic garlic (or more to taste)
Season to taste
 
Sauté celery, onion, potatoes and garlic in olive oil over low to medium heat for 15 minutes.  Add broth and chicken, cook on low heat until potatoes are cooked through, add spinach, salt and pepper and simmer over low heat for 15 minutes.
 
Side Salad 
Add a large salad of your favorite fresh organic mixed salad greens with a light vinaigrette dressing, 1/2 cup sliced avocado, 4 ounces of low-fat or 1% cottage cheese, 1/4 cup Brazil nuts and 1/2 cup fresh raspberries.  Also try apple cider vinegar mixed with extra virgin olive oil for a terrific homemade salad dressing!
 
LivingProtein Shake
 

  
This Thursday on LivingFuelTV, we continue our special series The Super Health Diet, focusing on the importance of protein to our diets and it’s vital role in weight optimization.  Last week’s episode, Understanding Protein, was a terrific introduction to protein.  If you missed it, click on the graphic below to watch and we’ll see you again this Thursday! 
 

 

1 scoop of LivingFuel LivingProtein blended in 4 ounces (1/2 cup) of SoDelicious Coconut Milk and 6-8 ounces of fresh water.