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... Hummus and pita make a great food choice. Good for you and tastes great too! As was mentioned before, whole wheat pita is a great alternative to regular pita. I make my own pita chips for use with hummus or salsa. They are so easy to do. ... (8 replies)
... I believe hummus and pita bread are very good for you. Hummus is made of chick peas which are a very good source or fiber. And I agree with the whole wheat pita bread..healthier. ... (8 replies)
... with shredded carrot! yum :) (8 replies)

... Mmm...hummus and pita bread are some of my favorite foods!! It's a great choice...if you want to make it even healthier, try buying whole grain pita! ... (8 replies)
... Hummus is great for you. All that goes in mind is ckick peas, garlic, lemon juice, EVOO, and some tahini. ... (8 replies)
... I agree with the other posters that hummus should be a good snack. I also suggest finding healthy items to dip in it. It's easy to get too many crackers or pita chips! I love to dip small grape tomatoes in hummus or carrot chips. Some stores sell those carrot chips cut into crinkle circles, so they make it easy for you. ... (5 replies)
... mr. panicky, It's hard to find a better lunch choice. Good balanced protein (bean, seed and wheat>) and fiber with monosaturated fats and sesame>. A great complete meal. (8 replies)
... can be part of a healthy diet. The usually variety of pita bread is made with refined, white flour . . . so there are certainly better choices. ... (8 replies)
... your best bet is to stick with foods like fruits, vegetables and whole wheat snacks with a lot of fiber. things like yogurt, strawberries, apples with peanut butter, bananas, frozen grapes, hummus and whole wheat pita chips. ... (4 replies)
My diet
Jul 2, 2006
... I was actualy anorexic myself but I'm pretty much fully recovered now. I'm a nutrition major so this stuff really interests me! I do tons of research and have had a wonderful dietician to work with. ... (13 replies)
... based foods. Work them into meals and you'll have no problem maintaining or gaining if you want to. ... (6 replies)
... It's harder to find but once you open the jar and the smell of the toasted seeds fills the room, you'll be sold. It keeps FOREVER in the fridge. ... (42 replies)
... First off I want to say that you deserve some recognition simply for wanting to be healthier. It's not easy to change, so keep that in mind and don't get discouraged or give up. As far as learning what you like, well, feel free to experiment and try new things. ... (3 replies)
... I ended up losing 2 pounds over the course of it, but I did gain quite a bit of muscle mass which might contribute to why it's been so hard for me to gain it back now. I've cut out the cardio workouts and am just doing the yoga video and the weight training ones three times a week. ... (12 replies)
... tantial way after agriculture began. Althought humankind's control of fire may be hundreds of thousands of years there were no vessels to cook things like grains and legumes. ... (42 replies)
... in content by far in the plant world. I think without legumes, billions would have starved over the course of history because grains simply are not a comparably good source of protein. ... (42 replies)
Sep 22, 2004
... Hummus has so many advantages as a good food, the sesame and olive oils are good healthy oils, the chickpeas are perhaps the lowest glycemic carbohydrates commonly available in the U.S. ... (6 replies)
... fake chicken patties, seitan chicken strips for stir fry, chicken free nuggets... ... (11 replies)
... Hummus is a VERY tasty way to get a good source of fiber. ... (15 replies)
... i went vegan at 21, too! i did it for the animals after seeing some bare bones footage and photographs, probably like the ones your boyfriend showed you. i'm 25 now, and still vegan. ... (3 replies)

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