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Sharpen your cooking skills and improve your diet (and even your social life)
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Where on your list is prediabetiic? 1 in 3 of us are prediabetic . What can and should we eat. Avoiding sugar in the market – not to mention restaurants – is damn near impossible. Then there is carbohydrates. We need detailed and specific help and guidance .
Local cooking classes have been fun, but I’m not finding many healthy choices. I recently attended a Gluten free course that taught the finer points of mac & cheese and chicken pot pie loaded with half n half!
In stark contrast, Rouxbe.com offers a plant-based series as well as a wellnessRx course focused on adopting a healthier lifestyle through food. It’s much more effective than I would have imagined an online course could be, so I have to disagree with Dr. Eisenberg’s recommendations on an in-person course. My knife skills have really improved, which gets me into the kitchen even more. They definitely emphasize technique as the key to new behaviors. That was a great point in the post.
Ya I agree, the only way to get healthy is to get back into the kitchen and cook your own food.
This information is so amazing . Thanks for putting great emphasize on cheap and nutritional food. This article is helpful in maintaining healthy diet
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