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Herb Dressing for Greens

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Herb Dressing for Greens

Makes 3 cups

This herb dressing works well over hot or cold green vegetables.

  • 1 pound soft tofu
  • 1 ½ cups water
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons chopped dill
  • 1 tablespoon dried mustard
  • 1 tablespoon chopped basil
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh mint
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

In a blender or food processor, combine all the ingredients. Blend until smooth and well mixed. This can be refrigerated for up to 5 days.

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Poached Apples and Pears with Berry Sauce

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Poached Apples and Pears with Berry Sauce

Serves 4

This recipe is a nice way of making your daily fruit serving into an elegant and delicious dessert. It will also work without the berries during times of the year when berries are not in season.

4 cups apple or apple-raspberry juice

1 cup finely chopped strawberries or raspberries

2 lemon slices

1 1-inch cinnamon stick

½ teaspoon vanilla extract

2 whole golden or red Delicious apples, peeled

2 whole Bosc pears, peeled

  1. In a medium saucepan, combine the apple juice, berries, lemon slices, cinnamon stick, and vanilla extract. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce to a simmer. Add the apples and pears, cover, and cook 12 minutes. The fruit is done when a fork slides easily into the flesh. Remove the fruit with a slotted spoon and set aside in a covered dish to keep warm, or bring to room temperature and chill.
  2. Continue cooking the juice and berries until the liquid is reduced to a thick sauce, about 25 minutes. Divide the fruit among 4 plates and drizzle the sauce over each serving.
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Low-Fat Tomato Sauce

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This tomato sauce isn’t just for pasta. Try it over fish, chicken cutlets, or even lightly sautéed vegetables. For a slightly heartier sauce, add some chopped green or red peppers and some sliced mushrooms along with the spices.

1 tablespoon olive oil
½ teaspoon dried thyme
1 small onion, finely diced
Dry white vermouth or red wine (optional)
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 whole bay leaf
1 28-ounce can whole tomatoes in juice
2 teaspoons dried basil
1 teaspoon chopped parsley
Salt and pepper, to taste

  1. Heat the oil in a medium saucepan over low heat. Swirl it around so the bottom is coated with oil and then wipe up the excess with a paper towel. Add the onion and cook over medium heat until golden, about 5 minutes.

  2. Add the garlic and cook 2 minutes.

  3. Add the bay leaf, basil, parsley, and thyme. Cook 2 minutes. If the herbs are sticking to the pan, you can add just a splash of dry white vermouth or red wine.

  4. Add the tomatoes and their juice. As they simmer, break the tomatoes into pieces with a spoon. Add the salt and pepper. Reduce the heat to low and let simmer partially covered for 20 minutes. Remove the bay leaf, taste, and adjust the seasoning as desired.

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Banana Cream Recipe

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Banana Cream
Serves 4

Banana Cream satisfies the need for something cool and creamy while providing much-needed potassium. You can customize this recipe by adding a frozen fresh peach or ¼ cup frozen berries.

6 very ripe bananas
½ cup chopped walnuts, pecans, or almonds
3 tablespoons cold water or orange juice

1. Peel the bananas and freeze. (They can be left overnight, or put them in the freezer in the morning to prepare in the evening.)
2. Put the frozen bananas in a food processor or blender and quickly puree, adding water or juice 1 tablespoon at a time until the bananas are the consistency of ice cream. Divide into 4 portions, sprinkle with nuts, and serve immediately.

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How Lauren Conrad Got Rid of Her ‘Boyfriend Layer’

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Lauren Conrad found fame on the MTV reality series, “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.” She later starred in the spin-off series, “The Hills,” which was one of MTV’s most popular reality shows ever. Lauren Conrad has always been athletic, but after she started dating former boyfriend Kyle Howard, she noticed her midsection was getting a tad bit pudgy.

She calls it her “boyfriend layer.”* Her abs, that is. Meaning that she attributed her weight gain to entirely too many high-calorie romantic dinners and entirely too little exercise. When she realized that she had gained weight, Lauren Conrad decided to enlist her BF in her quest to drop a few pounds. In addition to embarking on a low-cal diet, Lauren and her boyfriend started working out together by hitting the gym and doing fun activities like kayaking.

Lauren Conrad starts her day with coffee diluted with nonfat milk, a healthier alternative to coffee creamer. For breakfast, she might eat a bowl of oatmeal or another type of whole grain cereal. Conrad likes to add dried apricots to her oatmeal. She’s also a fan of veggie omelets, Greek yogurt, and breakfast smoothies.

A typical lunch on Lauren Conrad’s diet is a Cobb salad with turkey bacon, avocado, balsamic dressing, and plenty of veggies. She often eats a low-fat yogurt or some low-fat cottage cheese for a mid-afternoon snack. Dinner typically consists of a lean protein like tilapia or a chicken breast. She pairs it with a salad or some roasted veggies.

Other favorite dinner menu items include a chicken salad, a sesame tofu stir fry, or a whole grain pita filled with arugula, chicken, and feta cheese. Overall, this is a well-balanced diet, but we’d add some fresh fruit to breakfast for an extra boost of vitamins.

While Conrad’s relationship with Howard did not last (the pair broke up in 2011 and she married singer William Tell in 2014) she has stuck to her healthy eating and exercise habits. Conrad enjoys outdoor activities such as kayaking, bicycling, and hiking around L.A.’s canyons. She also plays tennis, swims, and surfs. In addition to her outdoor physical activities, Lauren Conrad also keeps her weight down by jogging on the treadmill and lifting weights.

*Source: http://skinnyvscurvy.com/lauren-conrad/lauren-conrad-diet-boyfriend-layer.html

Lauren Conrad Sample Daily Diet Plan

  • Breakfast: Oatmeal & dried fruit
  • Lunch: Cobb salad
  • Snack: Yogurt
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Emily Blunt Lived on Carrots and Almonds

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Emily Blunt’s character in “The Devil Wears Prada” was the archetype of a bad role model for young girls. She famously declared that her new diet involved not eating anything at all, except for a cube of cheese when she felt as though she would faint. Fortunately, that was her character, and Emily Blunt’s actual diet wasn’t anything near as extreme. Or was it?

In an interview with “Harper’s Bazaar,” Emily Blunt insinuated that the producers of “The Devil Wears Prada” put her on an extremely strict diet (quite possibly a starvation diet). According to Blunt, she was “watched like a hawk”* to ensure that she didn’t eat very much. Very strict starvation diets are known for causing later weight gain. Emily Blunt also admitted that toward the end of the filming, she was “sneaking in doughnuts just to annoy the producers.”*

This isn’t the only time Emily Blunt has subjected herself to severe diets for the sake of a movie role, nor is it the only time she’s rebelled against the diet and scarfed down junk food as a result. Emily has admitted that she uses food as a form of stress relief, stating, “you need some kind of comfort when you’re on a film set all day, and mine’s usually food.”*

This attitude toward food has led her to take “revenge”** on her diet for “The Adjustment Bureau,” co-starring Matt Damon. After staying ridiculously slender for the re-shoots, Emily Blunt was moved to tears by steamed pork buns. We suppose if we had been asked to live on carrots and almonds alone, a little bread would make us cry, too.

Emily Blunt claims that carrots and almonds were all she ate for her “Adjustment Bureau” diet. These are both healthy foods when they’re used as a garnish for a salad, rather than the entire meal. Either her nutritionist was looking the other way, or he/she isn’t really qualified to be a nutritionist.

When she isn’t working on a movie, Emily Blunt does appear to actually eat meals. She’s raved about pizzas with burrata cheese and basil. Blunt also enjoys roast chicken and lasagna.

Emily Blunt played a ballerina in “The Adjustment Bureau.” To get in shape for the role, she used intense dance practices along with her starvation diet. Emily Blunt worked out every day for six weeks. She did two hours of cardio and strength training, followed by another two hours of dance training.

*Source: http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/lifestyle-fashion/stylebeauty/Emily+Blunt-7338.html

**Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/07/30/emily-blunt-in-elle-uk-we_n_664894.html

Emily Blunt Sample Daily Diet Plan

  • Breakfast: Probably not
  • Lunch: Carrots & almonds
  • Dinner: Carrots & almonds

 

Emily Blunt’s character in “The Devil Wears Prada” was the archetype of a bad role model for young girls. She famously declared that her new diet involved not eating anything at all, except for a cube of cheese when she felt as though she would faint. Fortunately, that was her character, and Emily Blunt’s actual diet wasn’t anything near as extreme. Or was it?

In an interview with “Harper’s Bazaar,” Emily Blunt insinuated that the producers of “The Devil Wears Prada” put her on an extremely strict diet (quite possibly a starvation diet). According to Blunt, she was “watched like a hawk”* to ensure that she didn’t eat very much. Very strict starvation diets are known for causing later weight gain. Emily Blunt also admitted that toward the end of the filming, she was “sneaking in doughnuts just to annoy the producers.”*

This isn’t the only time Emily Blunt has subjected herself to severe diets for the sake of a movie role, nor is it the only time she’s rebelled against the diet and scarfed down junk food as a result. Emily has admitted that she uses food as a form of stress relief, stating, “you need some kind of comfort when you’re on a film set all day, and mine’s usually food.”*

This attitude toward food has led her to take “revenge”** on her diet for “The Adjustment Bureau,” co-starring Matt Damon. After staying ridiculously slender for the re-shoots, Emily Blunt was moved to tears by steamed pork buns. We suppose if we had been asked to live on carrots and almonds alone, a little bread would make us cry, too.

Emily Blunt claims that carrots and almonds were all she ate for her “Adjustment Bureau” diet. These are both healthy foods when they’re used as a garnish for a salad, rather than the entire meal. Either her nutritionist was looking the other way, or he/she isn’t really qualified to be a nutritionist.

When she isn’t working on a movie, Emily Blunt does appear to actually eat meals. She’s raved about pizzas with burrata cheese and basil. Blunt also enjoys roast chicken and lasagna.

Emily Blunt played a ballerina in “The Adjustment Bureau.” To get in shape for the role, she used intense dance practices along with her starvation diet. Emily Blunt worked out every day for six weeks. She did two hours of cardio and strength training, followed by another two hours of dance training.

*Source: http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/lifestyle-fashion/stylebeauty/Emily+Blunt-7338.html

**Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/07/30/emily-blunt-in-elle-uk-we_n_664894.html

Emily Blunt Sample Daily Diet Plan

  • Breakfast: Probably not
  • Lunch: Carrots & almonds
  • Dinner: Carrots & almonds
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Sarah Michelle Gellar Slays Fast Food

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Sarah Michelle Gellar has a history of fast food problems, but not in the way you might think. The star of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, started her career when she was five years old in a commercial for a fast food chain. The commercial severely criticized a rival chain, and Sarah Michelle Gellar was subsequently prohibited from eating at the rival burgers-and-fries restaurant. Note to parents: this is one way of getting your child to avoid fast food.

Gellar doesn’t actually enjoy eating fast food, preferring to base her meal planning on whole foods and organic produce. Her diet wasn’t always this healthy. It’s rumored that Sarah Michelle Gellar was once a devotee of the cabbage soup diet.

This diet involves eating nothing other than watery cabbage soup for seven consecutive days. This starvation diet will likely cause a temporary loss of water weight, but dieters are prone to gaining back the pounds as soon as they start eating regular meals again. Slaying vampires really requires a lot of energy though. For vampire slayers and mere mortals alike, we’d recommend a diet with more calories from lean proteins and complex carbs.

When she isn’t on the cabbage soup diet, Sarah Michelle Gellar enjoys shopping at her local farmers’ market. She juices fresh, organic produce like kale, Swiss chard, and carrots. Gellar has even convinced her young daughter to try the healthy concoction.

After giving birth to her daughter, Charlotte, Sarah Michelle Gellar signed up for a gourmet diet delivery service to help her lose the extra pregnancy pounds. Many celebrities have used this particular program, and we’ve given it a thumbs up for its diverse menu and balanced meals. On a typical day, Sarah Michelle Gellar would eat muesli granola with nonfat yogurt for breakfast, paired with fresh fruit.

For lunch, she might dine on a large spinach salad, topped with marinated cherry tomatoes and a little mozzarella. A popular dinner option is the honey-lemon glazed chicken with vegetable ragout and brown rice.

The woman once known as Buffy Summers credits her active lifestyle with her slim figure. Gellar enjoys a wide range of workouts on a regular basis, including jogging on the treadmill, kickboxing, regular boxing, gymnastics, and Tae Kwon Do. Gellar even went into labor while at a Pilates class.

Sarah Michelle Gellar Sample Daily Diet Plan

  • Breakfast: Muesli & fruit & yogurt
  • Lunch: Spinach salad
  • Dinner: Chicken & veggies & brown rice
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How Ashlee Simpson Overcame an Eating Disorder

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Ashlee Simpson moved out from under her sister’s shadow (singer/actress Jessica Simpson) with musical hits like “Autobiography” and “Boyfriend.” She was also cast as chorus girl Roxie Hart in “Chicago,” but Ashlee actually started out dancing ballet.

Like many other girls who have dabbled in ballet (i.e. Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis), Ashlee Simpson endured a self-imposed starvation diet during this time. She began dancing when she was 11 years old. At one point, she weighed only 70 lbs. and stood 5’2″ tall. Years later, Ashlee admitted that she’d had a problem with anorexia. Fortunately, these days, Ashlee Simpson seems to have a more positive body image and a much healthier relationship with food. In an interview with “People” magazine, Simpson stated “I hate it when girls lose their curves.”*

Although she occasionally eats fast food and barbecue, Ashlee Simpson generally follows a healthy, balanced diet these days. A typical breakfast is granola and yogurt. If you try granola instead of oatmeal for breakfast, make sure you check the nutrition label. Some granolas have a high sugar content, as do some brands of yogurt.

Lunch is often a salad with lots of green veggies for Ashlee. She also enjoys pasta topped with green olives. Other typical lunches feature turkey and veggie wraps. When she’s craving an afternoon snack, Ashlee Simpson usually reaches for chocolate. We’d recommend eating a square or two of dark chocolate, for antioxidants. A sugar-free, fat-free pudding can also satisfy chocolate cravings.

Ashlee Simpson often enjoys Mexican pizza for dinner, but she covers it in vegetables. We’d recommend making it at home instead of getting takeout to cut down on the fat content. Use a whole wheat crust, some low-sugar pasta sauce, and nonfat cheese. And top the pie with plenty of veggies instead of pepperoni. It looks like Ashlee Simpson could use a little more protein in her diet, so we’d also recommend adding some chicken or marinated tofu to the pizza.

Ashlee Simpson does plenty of exercise to burn off all those calories. She works with the same physical trainer who helped her sister, Jessica, get in shape for “The Dukes of Hazzard.” Ashlee Simpson’s fitness routine often includes a treadmill workout. She also works out on the elliptical machine, jogs up and down stairs, does lunges, and works out with light dumbbells to help tone her arms.

*Source: http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,1139084,00.html

Ashlee Simpson Sample Daily Diet Plan

  • Breakfast: Granola & yogurt
  • Lunch: Salad & pasta
  • Snack: Chocolate
  • Dinner: Mexican pizza with veggies