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Healthy Cooking Shortcuts for Lazy People We know you get it, logically at least. The first step to eating healthier is cooking your meals yourself. But it's so much easier to stop for fast food on the way home, isn't it? Before you're tempted to pull off the highway during your evening commute, you should know that even fast food joints that claim to have lots of healthy options or sensible foods are still packed with fat, salt, carbs, and possibly even processed ingredients to help them stay fresh in the back kitchen. After a long day of work, school or even running around town doing errands, we understand that it's hard to whip out a cookbook and all the dishes to make yourself a good meal when you get home. There are some shortcuts, though, which will make it easier for you to eat better.
By Jurriaan Plesman BA(Psych), Post Grad Dip Clin Nutr What is known as the hypoglycemic diet should really be called the “Natural Diet”. This is the diet that humans have consumed over the millions of years to which our digestive system has adapted. The “Natural Diet” is natural to the individual only and may be different from one person to another. It is said to provide he right combination of amino acid, vitamins and minerals from the food we eat. Hypoglycemic Health Association of Australia - The Hypoglycemic Diet