Latest Z2 (ZReduction) Recipes
You can do this recipe in kebab form but I took a different twist and did the grilling in a grill basket.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
– Bread; the good, the bad and the really ugly.
– VP of Anger Management weighs in with a report on how drug companies not only manufacture drugs, but how they also manufacture new “conditions” to treat.
– Dieter Insider Ashley
As a little teeny girl I have a very vague recollection of a specialized bed that was set up in our den. It had these strange contraptions hanging off the end of it. I also remember stories of Big Marie. Big Marie was a woman who was helping my mother to raise us little tykes… [Continue Reading]
You can refine your barbecue techniques while you’re doing your next ZRefine. Order your next round so you can have it in time for Memorial Day (Monday, May 27th) and we will ship you some Plan Z Approved condiments along with your materials.
I powered through Obsessed: America’s Food Obsession on My Own in an afternoon. Here’s the problem: Mika offers the same advice that the government, nutritionists, doctors and personal trainers have been telling us for the last 30 years.
The argument is that eating egg yolks will raise your cholesterol, which in time would clog your arteries and give you a heart attack. That’s the same bad advice my father got. The research is showing it’s the inflammation from consuming too many carbohydrates that will set you up for clogged arteries. Eat the eggs. Skip the ‘sandwich’ in the breakfast sandwich.
“Eat less fat” has been the mantra of the U.S. government for the past 30 years. But while Americans have dutifully reduced the percentage of daily calories from saturated fat since the ‘70s, the obesity rate has more than doubled, diabetes has tripled, and heart disease is still the country’s biggest killer. I got sucked… [Continue Reading]
Commercial white bread has 23 grams of carbs per slice. That means 46 grams of carbs for one sandwich. That’s ridiculous. So I dreamed up my own grilled cheese sandwich.
My label reading experience started in the 1980’s. There was such a big uproar about palm oil being so bad for you that I began to read labels to make sure the things I was buying didn’t have palm oil or palm kernel oil in them. If they did, I would not buy them. Now I know… [Continue Reading]