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Posted by on in Health/Fitness Tips (with Healthy Referral Newspaper)

b2ap3_thumbnail_Ted-Ingram-MD.jpgFood Tips with Ted Ingram RD-clinical nutritionist at the Block Center, Chicago (top integrative cancer center).  As restaurateur/event planner Ted attracted the Who’s Who of Chicago from Oprah Winfrey, Michael Butler, creator of “Hair”, John Mahoney of “Frasier”, and some Hollywood types from Lily Tomlin, Ellen Byrnstein, Elvis Costello, body builder Frank Zane, and the legendary Mr. Rogers to name a few. This pioneering effort in marketing a much healthier “nouvelle cuisine” at a time when other industry leaders were viewing this as a fad set the stage for the Charlie Trotters and Whole Foods Operations of today.  www.themedicineinyourkitchen.com

What are high carbohydrates and low carbohydrates?

Carbohydrates are a very important energy source. Your high carbohydrates foods are the ones that will give you 15 grams of carbohydrates per serving. These are foods such as grains and starchy vegetables (e.g., sweet potatoes, white potatoes, squash, corn, etc.). The low carbohydrate foods will be vegetables like your broccoli, carrots, lettuces, mustard greens, beets, cabbages, spinach, tomatoes, etc. Theses foods will give you 5 grams of carbohydrates per serving. Remember that this is a food that you should not be avoiding because this is your brain energy source. Just know what the high quality ones are that you should be eating.

What foods are better for helping manage one’s blood sugar?

b2ap3_thumbnail_veges-butch.jpg100% whole grain, fresh vegetables, and whole fruits are good choices for helping to manage your blood sugars. There is something called the Glycemic Index that our “Ask the RD” can give you more details on how to use this tool, which might help give you greater control of your blood sugars.

What are good fats and bad fats?

First let’s understand that we need fat in our diet. The body needs fat to make hormones and that should come from good fats. Your good fats are your monounsaturated fats found in your cold –pressed or expeller organic olive oil, canola oil, flax seeds, organic nuts, seeds, etc. Omega 3 fatty acids are another good source of unsaturated fats, which are found in cold water fishes, flax seed oil, omega-3 whole eggs, etc. Your bad fats are your saturated fats that are usually found in animal and animal by products, which are foods like meat and dairy. Coconut oil and palm oil are plant sources for saturated fats. These saturated fats if eaten should be sparingly to lower risk for heart disease and certain cancers.





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