Sunday, December 4, 2011

Diet Tips For Reducing Wrinkles and Looking Great

!±8± Diet Tips For Reducing Wrinkles and Looking Great

It is a fact that we're not getting any younger even though I believe we can look younger than our age. It is a fact that what we put into our body speeds up or slows down the aging process. It is also a fact that the lack of exercise puts on the weight and makes us feel blah. Our lifestyle has a lot to do with the way we look and feel. 
Reduce Wrinkles With Good Eating Habits
What causes wrinkles? Lifestyle, environmental hazards and genes cause wrinkles and wear and tear on our skin. But if we drink lots of filtered water, buy organic as much as possible, get plenty of rest, moderate amounts of sunshine on the skin, exercise, and eat a healthy diet we can slow down the aging process considerably.
We absolutely need to understand the difference between different food products. There are those that are natural and whole and there are those that are unnatural and incomplete. For an example an organic apple is natural and whole but canned applesauce is unnatural and incomplete. A loaf of whole wheat bread is natural and whole but a slice of white or wheat bread is incomplete.
Proper Elimination Is Very Important In How We Look and Feel
Processed foods tend to constipate us because most of the fiber has been taken out in the factory. If our diet consists of a lot of processed foods we will not digest the food in the gut properly. In fact this is why toxic buildup becomes apparent and we get sick with allergies, glucose issues, IBS syndrome, clogged arteries, high blood pressure and cholesterol.
So how can being constipated effect the way our skin looks? When we don't eliminate properly we have blotchy, dry or oily, itchy, pimply, rugged looking skin because the pores are not breathing-they are clogged up with toxins that are building up from not having good bowel movements. Toxins need to get out! When we eat it has to come back out if we want look, feel, and be healthy.
When we eat processed foods our digestion system becomes overworked trying to figure out what it is going to do with that food, and we don't sleep properly. We invariably wake up feeling tired, constipated, lack of energy, and ready to take a nap. The whole day is ruined because we did not wake up feeling refreshed and ready to start the day. This shows in our face because improper eating speeds up the aging process and causes wrinkles.
Incomplete Foods vs. Complete Foods
Below are some common food examples of incomplete foods and right next to it are the healthy complete version, which actually prevents clogged arteries, high cholesterol, glucose issues, and disease. For healthy looking skin you will want to substitute for the whole food versions. To reduce wrinkles and have glowing skin we need to eat more nutritious rich foods like fruits, vegetables, dark leafy greens, sprouts and whole-wheat baked goods and brown rice.
White rice vs. Brown rice, wild rice, brown basmati rice
Concentrated juices vs. Freshly squeezed juices, apples, oranges, grapes, etc
Canned soups vs. Homemade soups
White Flour vs. Whole wheat flour
Bagels vs. Whole-wheat bagels
Pizza Crust vs. Whole-wheat pizza crust
Flour tortillas vs. Whole wheat or corn tortillas
Cold cuts vs. Turkey, chicken, roast beef from the bone, pastrami
Pasteurized dairy products vs. Raw cow or goat cheese, milk, yogurt, and butter
Bisquick vs. Whole wheat Flour
Potato flakes vs. Whole potatoes
Donuts and pastries vs. Whole wheat pastry flour
Frozen dinners vs. Home Cooking
Frozen waffles and pancakes vs. Whole wheat waffles and pancakes
Chocolate/candy bars vs. A cup of cocoa with raw honey, homemade cocoa treats
Canned vegetables and fruits vs. Fresh, whole fruits and vegetables, dark leafy greens
Soda pops vs. herbal and green teas, fresh juices, filtered water
Refined sugar vs. raw honey, maple syrup, stevia, date and fig sugar, fruit sugar
If you're not eating that great now, don't fret too much over it. If you just take away one unhealthy food a week and substitute it with a healthy food you will notice a difference in the way you look and feel within one month. Remember this tip for healthy eating. If it has been processed in any way by a factory then it is not healthy. Always eat the food in its natural state and your body will surely show that you really are what you eat. 

Diet Tips For Reducing Wrinkles and Looking Great

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Thursday, December 1, 2011

How To Make A Fruit Tray Party Dessert Pizza Recipe

!±8± How To Make A Fruit Tray Party Dessert Pizza Recipe

This time of the year is full of all sorts of opportunities for celebrating the season. Entertaining family and friends during the holiday season does not have to be a challenging feat when you know how to make a fruit tray party dessert pizza recipe. They are so easy to make, although it may look like you spent many hours creating it. Actually, you might even want to let the kids help you make some of the dessert pizzas you make at home.

Dessert Pizza Recipes are Fun and Easy to Make

Since dessert pizza recipes are fun and easy to make, you can have them just about any time, whether you are entertaining guests or serving your family. Another great thing about them is you can add or take away any fruits you might want to include on your fruit tray pizza. For instance, you might like to try including bananas, blueberries, cherries, peaches and so much more. Add your family favorite fruits and you will have created a masterpiece. You can even experiment by adding different flavors of toppings to this pizza if you like.

Recipe for Fruit Tray Party Dessert Pizza

What You Need

1 egg 1/3 cup melted butter or margarine 1/3 cup sugar 2 cups Bisquick mix 1 container whipped topping 8 ounce 1 package cream cheese 8 ounce 2/3 cup sugar 1 ½ teaspoon vanilla flavoring 1 cans mandarin oranges 1 can cut up pineapple rings 2 or 3 sliced kiwi fruit 1 pint sliced strawberries 1 cup orange juice 1 teaspoon lemon juice 2 Tablespoons cornstarch ½ cup sugar

How to Make It

Prepare pizza pan by lightly applying cooking spray and then set aside until needed.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Using a medium to large size mixing bowl, you will add the egg and beat, then add the melted butter while mixing. Add the sugar and Bisquick mix and combine thoroughly.

Press this mixture onto the prepared pizza pan and place in the oven to bake for about 10 to 12 minutes, but do not allow to burn. Once done, remove from oven and allow the crust to completely cool.

Using a medium mixing bowl and electric mixer, you will add the whipped topping, cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla and beat until well blended to prepare the pizza filling.

Spread the filling mixture over the cooled pizza crust evenly, and then cover with mandarin oranges, pineapple chunks, kiwi, and strawberry slices by arranging the fruit in a decorative swirl pattern.

Using a small saucepan on a medium heat, you will add the orange juice, lemon juice, cornstarch, and sugar. Mix them together well by stirring and cooking for about 4 to 5 minutes. Remove from heat and drizzle this delicious topping over the fruit tray party dessert pizza you are preparing.

You can serve this pizza as it is or you can place it in the refrigerator overnight or for at least 4 or 5 hours before serving.

How To Make A Fruit Tray Party Dessert Pizza Recipe

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