1. Smoothie - Green Goddess Lime Smoothie

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    http://www.LauraLondonFitness.com

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    • Vegan Seafood Creole

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      from Marie Oser / Added

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      Delicious Louisiana style dish with great texture, flavor and nutrition made with Sophie's kitchen. #vegan

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      • Black Rice: Why Should You Eat It

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        Black rice is known as forbidden rice since it was only allowed to be served in the Chinese royal court, as a tribute to the Kangxi emperor of the Qing Dynasty. It’s deep black color turns deep purple when cooked. Its dark purple color is primarily due to its anthocyanin content. Black rice is high in nutritional value and contains 18 amino acids, iron, zinc, copper, carotene, anthocyanin and several important vitamins. According to a recent study by the American Chemical Society (ACS), one spoonful of black rice contains more anthocyanin antioxidants than a spoonful of blueberries. The study also showed that compared with blueberries, black rice offered more fiber and vitamin E antioxidants, with less sugar. Research has linked these nutrients to helping prevent cancer, diabetes and heart disease. In China, black rice is claimed to be good for your kidney, stomach and liver. Black rice takes longer to cook than white rice and should be cooked with more water to help tenderize it. A suggested rule of thumb is to soak the grain about an hour before cooking it and add a quarter cup more water than recommended. If using a rice cooker, keep an eye on it to ensure that it is not packed fuller than necessary and that it doesn’t boil over. If you like this video, you can follow me on Facebook at http://facebook.com/coachlana or my blog at http://coachlana.blogspot.com/

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        • eMeals Presents: Jane & Jenny

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          Sisters, Jane DeLaney and Jenny Cochran founded E-Mealz in 2003. Since then, thousands of members have been set free with E-Mealz. For more information, visit http://emeals.com/ Produced by 1504pictures.com Music by Drazy Hoops

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          • New healthy cooking video: Green Zinger

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            A refreshing cooler that can relieve headaches and reduce high blood pressure; has a calming effect.

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            • New healthy cooking video: Hibiscus Lemonade

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              Rich in vitamin C and with astringent properties, this tonifying Hibiscus Lemonade also benefits the central nervous system

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              • Healthy Households Pesto Spaghetti

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                • New healthy cooking video: Steam Stirred Bok Choy

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                  from Kamalaya Koh Samui / Added

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                  Steam stirring – which uses vegetable stock or water in place of oil for cooking – is a great substitute for stir frying. Bok choy is rich in carotenoids, which have been linked to cancer prevention. It is also high in vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and fibre.

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                  • Broiled Swordfish with Wilted Spinach, Lemon Zest and Olive Oil- Part 13 (2-3072)

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                    Broiled Swordfish with Wilted Spinach, Lemon Zest and Olive Oil- Part 13 (2-3072)

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                    • Broiled Swordfish with Wilted Spinach, Lemon Zest and Olive Oil- Part 6 (2-3065)

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                      from ProfessorC / Added

                      Broiled Swordfish with Wilted Spinach, Lemon Zest and Olive Oil- Part 6 (2-3065)

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