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Healthy Living: Stuffed Tomatoes to Complement Your Dish

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You can eat right without losing the taste. Eating healthy sometimes requires adjusting our taste buds to food of higher nutritional value. Stuffed tomatoes is an excellent recipe that is full of nutrients that support your fitness goals, doesn’t require much time, and holds its natural tastes. If you’re looking to make a simple side dish to complement your rice or sit in sizzle with your steak consider stuffed tomatoes. It is a low calorie option that doesn’t take much effort to prepare and complements a wide variety of pallets. This is a helpful recipe that improves on just about any dish you are planning to serve.   It is beneficial to incorporate a healthy amount of tomato into your diet. Research has shown that the tomato protects against cardiovascular disease, ultraviolet light, osteoporosis, and cognitive dysfunction (Burton-Freeman & Reimers, 2011). It also acts like an antioxidant that removes harmful pollutants from the body.  182 calories Directions

Low Calorie Clam Chowder in Bread Bowl Recipe

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If you have been on the high seas all day or running around in the wilderness you are likely to have built up an appetite. Perhaps you spent your day on the beach or in the cold. Nothing is better than clam chowder in a bread bowl. It is hardy, tasty, coastal and will definitely fill you up. My first impression was that it would be loaded with calories that work against a healthy diet. To my surprise, a single bowl of this soup is enough and it ranges from 500-600 calories which is less than many other less filling meals. Once you try this recipe, you are likely to keep it for your records. Bread Bowl 2 packages yeast 2.5 cups warm water 2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoon vegetable oil 7 cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon corneal 1 tablespoon water 1 egg white Step 1: Dissolve yeast in warm water and let sit for 10 minutes. Step 2: Add the oil, salt and half of the flour. Mix well. Stir in the remaining flour ½-1 cup at a time. Step 3: Knead dough