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The secret to losing weight? Fill up on foods that contain water, like these fruits and veggies. Ever heard of drinking water to lose weight? The diet tactic actually works, along with eating foods that contain a lot of water, like fruits and veggies. In a University of Tokyo study, women who ate high-water-content foods had lower body mass indexes and smaller waistlines.
Researchers speculate that the water in these foods may fill you up so you eat less. Did you know broccoli is a great source of fiber and calcium?
Rich in antioxidants like vitamin C, cabbage is a great immune-booster. Enjoy it lightly sautéed in a stir-fry or paired with sweet-tart apples.
Or, try this recipe for red cabbage and apple salad with ginger vinaigrette. Like other cruciferous veggies, cauliflower is full of cancer-fighting phytonutrients and is a great source of vitamin C and folate. Nibble on raw or lightly steamed florets to maximize cauliflower's antioxidant power, or try this potassium-rich recipe for Cauliflower and Yukon Gold Soup.
A powerhouse for heart health, grapefruit contains vitamin C, folic acid, and potassium, along with pectin, a soluble fiber that may be a strong ally against atherosclerosis.
Pink and red varieties also have vitamin A and lycopene, a phytochemical that protects arterial walls from oxidative damage.
To get the juiciest specimens, select fruits heavy for their size and make sure to try them in this refreshing salad. With a mere 60—70 calories per pound, lettuce is high on the list of diet-friendly foods. Romaine lettuce alone is a great source of B vitamins, folic acid, and manganese, which helps regulate blood sugar and is essential for proper immune system function.
Choose other dark green or purple varieties such as green or red leaf for the most nutrients, and toss with a zesty homemade vinaigrette, or use in this hearty Layered Cobb Salad. These brightly colored vegetables are packed with potassium, folic acid, antioxidants, and sulfur compounds that aid in digestion.
Don't forget the leafy green tops, which contain six times the vitamin C and more calcium than the roots. Thinly slice and toss in a fresh green salad or julienne for coleslaw. For this, they were slapped Oct. It started small, with 10 cars during the day, until there were 10 cars in half-an-hour. Well, this was busier than Boston Pizza. As time went on, the home-based takeout became so popular, locals witnessed two people coming in early in the morning to help prepare the food.
There was no place for friends who came over here to park. The issue reportedly came to an end after a city crew working in area asked residents why so many people were going to the house. Shortly after, public health inspectors came calling. Along with 31 Petriw Bay, the public health department also cited 23 Petriw Bay for operating without a permit and failing to register. A residence at 98 Acadia Bay was also written up for the offences.
As well, a home at 4 St. Ali Rana, a provincial public health standards specialist, said preparing and serving food from a home-based business for public consumption is prohibited. Unlike restaurants, which have physical locations and are inspected at least once a year by public health inspectors, the province has no idea how many people are selling food out of their homes or where they are, he said.
Complaints from the public are usually the only way underground food takeout businesses are revealed, Rana said. When you have things not inspected and no certified food-handling person, the risk of food-borne illness outbreaks is great. Rana said the homes shut down in the past few months were all selling meals to go and not preparing food to be used at a restaurant or through a catering service.
According to a provincial website, the only exception for preparing food at home is "non-potentially hazardous food sold at a farmers market, flea market, craft sale or bake sale. Kevin Rollason is one of the more versatile reporters at the Winnipeg Free Press. Whether it is covering city hall, the law courts, or general reporting, Rollason can be counted on to not only answer the 5 Ws — Who, What, When, Where and Why — but to do it in an interesting and accessible way for readers.
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