Rachel Flowers of Alternefit and cardiac nurse Diane Tim join Dietitian Cassie and guest co-host/producer Kevin Kennedy-Spaien today in Episode 79 of “Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore & Friends!”
As Jimmy finishes up work on his August 27, 2013 book release Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers?, Cassie and Kevin welcome guest friends Rachel and Diane to the Virtual Porch as they discuss some of the latest health headlines of the day, including the deaths caused by the consumption of sugary drinks annually, how obesity is increasing despite the fact calorie consumption is falling, how nutrition can help prevent cancer, a study telling people over 75 not to worry about what they eat anymore, the difference in nutritional quality of breast milk vs. formula, anti-inflammatory foods to eat, common dieting mistakes and so much more! Now you know what to do next: pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and let’s talk!
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- Sugary Drinks linked to 180,000 deaths worldwide each year
- Despite obesity rise, U.S. calories trending downward
- Eating right can help prevent cancer
- Recent Study suggests those over 75 can be less concerned about their diet
- The science of breast milk: Latest research on nursing and milk vs. formula
- If You Don’t Support Breastfeeding in Public, You Don’t Support Breastfeeding
- Foods Can Help with Inflammation
- Common dieting mistakes, solved
Rachel Flowers Yellow Squash Casserole
Makes 10 servings
5 lbs yellow squash
almond meal (optional and totally not needed, I grind my own, though, too)
4 ounces butter
1/4 cup maple syrup2 teaspoons salt (I use celtic sea salt)
2 tablespoons finely chopped onions
1 dash pepper
1. Cut the tops off the squash.
2. Cut in 3- 4 pieces.
3. Boil in water til tender (just a few minutes).
4. Drain and mash.
5. Add remaining ingredients.
6. Place in casserole dish.
7. Cover with the light layer of almond meal.
8. Bake at 350 til lightly browned (about 10- 15 minutes).
* I boiled, drained, Mashed, Drained then baked 30 mins 350F