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Got Goat@

Posted by Bunbury EATs - BEATs (L.L.C.) on April 8, 2017 at 10:30 PM Comments comments (0)


Have yet to taste goat? According to Vermont Chevon, it's actually the most widely consumed meat in the world. Goat is the most nutritious meat, with 40% less saturated fat than chicken and half as much fat as meat!

Add MORE Tumeric Please!

Posted by Bunbury EATs - BEATs (L.L.C.) on March 14, 2017 at 11:05 PM Comments comments (0)


The active compound - curcumin found in Tumeric is said to have numerous health benefits.  Tumeric is found in Curries.  Additional when Bunbury EATs (BEATs) make curry dishes, we add more Tumeric!

There are some 6,000+ peer-reviewed articles about the benefits of Tumeric!


Please feel free to inquire about lessons should you wish to learn how to make Curry with or without meats. 




"Eat" Plenty Water

Posted by Bunbury EATs - BEATs (L.L.C.) on August 17, 2012 at 6:40 AM Comments comments (0)

Today I'm going to write about why you should be "EATING"

more water, and YES... I said eating! Sounds weird right, it

does but the effect it has on your energy and ability to blast

fat right of your body is nothing short of amazing. Here's how

it works...

 

Water is quite possibly the single MOST IMPORTANT catalyst in

losing FAT and keeping itoff. Our bodies are made up of 60% water

and every physiologicalprocess, including BURNING FAT and

gaining lean muscle, dependson water.

 

For example, your liver needs water to convert stored fat to energy.

In addition, if your kidneysare water-deprived, the liver has to

do the kidneys' work all onits own, lowering its ability to help

you burn fat. So, if you'renot drinking enough water, you're setting

yourself up to store fat.

 

But your water intake doesn't have to be limited to just drinking.

You can actually EAT more water too by consuming "water-dense"

foods!

 

Natural, whole foods havethe highest water content. In fact, many

fruits and vegetables contain 90 - 98 percent water! The following

are some of the most hydrating foods. Notice that they're also low in

calories and rich in many other beneficial nutrients.

 

Watermelon contains 92% water and essential electrolytes such as,

calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium - all of which influence

your metabolism.

 

Grapefruit contains only 30calories and is comprised of 90% water.

Phytonutrientscalled limonoids, found in grapefruit, are detoxifying

and may inhibit tumorformation of cancers.

 

Coconut water is comprisedof 95% water. It differs from coconut

milk because it is found inyoung coconuts only. Coconut water is

low in calories and fat-free. It has the same amount of potassium as

a banana and It's low in sodium, so great for lowering high blood

pressure.

 

Avocados are 81% water and rich in healthy monounsaturated fats,

which reduces cholesterollevels, decreases the risk of cancer and

heart disease, and helps lower body fat.

 

Cucumbers are 96% water and are a good balance of electrolytes,

such as, calcium, magnesium,potassium and sodium! And they

contain just 14 calories for an entire cup!

 

Cantaloupe is 89% water andcontains only 27 calories per 1/2 cup!

This delicious fruit is also excellent for supporting energy production

through carbohydrate metabolism, which helps keep blood sugar

stable.

 

Strawberries containjust 23 calories per 1/2 cup and are made

up of approximately 92% water! Plus, strawberries rank as the 4th

strongest antioxidant-richfruit!

 

Broccoli contains 90% water and anti-cancer nutrients that help to

detoxify the vast number ofpotential toxins that we encounter each

day. Plus, they're a goodsource of fiber!

 

I know I'm stating the obvious here but there is a direct corelation

between the amount of water you consume and the amount of

body fat you carry around. BUT you don't have to drink water

like a fish to be lean like one. You can actually eat...

 

Blogs Galore

Posted by Bunbury EATs - BEATs (L.L.C.) on August 10, 2012 at 11:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Looking forward to your blogs so please keep them coming.

Followed on Twitter

Posted by Bunbury EATs - BEATs (L.L.C.) on August 9, 2012 at 4:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Feels so good to get an alert "you are being followed on twitter."


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