Tagged "January rules"

No Pasta Winter Lasagna
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I love experimenting with traditional recipes and finding wholesome substitutes for the regular pasta or bread. I really like making lasagna, because you can make a large amount at once so we will have food for several nights, and I substitute the lasagna noodles for slices of potatoes.

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Posted In: Entrees, Veggies & Sides
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January Rules Wrap-Up
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Realizing I needed to kick my game back into high gear, I suggested the January Rules plan: Go back to the three rules, follow them strictly, and truly enjoy my weekly “cheat meal.” By inviting others to participate, it helped keep me on target — if I’m leading the charge, I’ve got to be doing it, too!

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Posted In: Strategies, The Rules
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Dance with me
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It’s been a busy day, so I’m going to make this post quick. Dance with me…

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Posted In: Happening Now
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Guest Post: A Quick Primer on Trans Fat
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Mary Barbour contacted me about January Rules, wanting to get involved (“Even registered dietitians get off track”). She happily agreed to give us a quick primer on trans fats… and why they’re so bad for us.

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Posted In: #3 - No trans fats, Fat
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The Ides of January (Rules)
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We’re halfway through the month, and it’s time for an update from our January Rulers!

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Posted In: The Rules, Thoughts & Observations
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Guest Post: A Real Food Journey
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Today I’m pleased to share a guest post by Renae Porter, one of our official January Rulers! She offers some thoughts on her own eating rules, my January Rules, and how to put it all together.

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Posted In: The Rules
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Surviving, no, Thriving at an Italian Restaurant
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I have yet to eat at an Italian restaurant that offers 100% whole grain breads or pastas, so when it’s not a cheat meal, that means that all of those are off-limits. Since I’m saving my cheat meal for this weekend, I had to get a little more creative.

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Posted In: Strategies
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