The item Greek yogurt is rather new to the shelves of the traditional American grocery store’s yogurt aisle. Greek yogurt originated in Greece during the 1920’s. Before the popularity of Greek yogurt hit the grocery shelves you would often see it on Greek or Mediterranean restaurant menus in the form of Tzatziki Sauce paired with items like lamb, Greek salads and the gyro! I used … Continue reading Insight of the day: Greek yogurt perspective
Phil and Danya just got married this January 2014! They just found out they are expecting a new addition to the family, congratulations! They also just found out that Phil has some health conditions and they are going through a challenging time. Please see the video and site below and help if you can! http://www.gofundme.com/a9vzxc Whatever exercises you do Phil I am going … Continue reading Phil & Danya
Disclaimer – I am not here to single out any food brands. I am teaching about reading food labels in general. What’s the difference? Carbohydrates are large sugar or starch molecules. Sugars are simple molecules in the form of granules or syrup. When the label says “no sugar added” this means sugar in some shape or form of granules or syrups were not added. This … Continue reading Insight of the day: No sugar added, does not mean carbohydrate free!