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Let's Forget About Diet

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Sorry guys, my picture is a bit messy. I was so hungry as I woke up and immediately prepared a so-called Chicken Cordon Bleu.Ruby's style....wink! I really don't have the exact ingredients, so I had it improvised with the ingredients we have. You can browse in the net for the exact recipe..but I tell you, the one I cooked today taste very delicious..my husband told me that too! I even forgot my diet today and ate a lot..bad habit of me again! sorry but I love to cook and to eat.
Ruby's Chicken Cordon Bleu

A Friend's Birthday Party

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Yesterday was my friend's birthday celebration. It was a great one with tons of delicious food. Everybody was happy during the gathering. For now, I am just sharing these food photos from the birthday party. I will be sharing more photos later once I ask permission from friends for their pictures to be featured in my sites.

Belated Happy birthday dear Richel. I wish you all the good things in life and more blessings and birthdays to come. Thanks for the friendship too! here are the pictures from yesterday!!

imagine a table full of food!!..actually there are two tables full of food!

the birthday cake of Richel..the other one was on the other table..
the colorful and full of vitamins fruits...love eating these fruits!

Is fruit good or bad for fat loss?

There's no debate that fruit is good for you with the large amounts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes. However, there does seem to be a debate out there about whether
fruit is good or bad for fat loss.

Some people claim that fruit is mostly sugar, so it will spike your blood sugar and insulin levels and prevent fat loss. I disagree.

I do agree that fruit juices and processed canned fruit are NOT good choices and CAN hamper your fat loss. However, whole fresh fruit is an entirely different story.

Yes, fruit is mostly made up of sugar (natural fructose and other sugars). However, whole fresh fruit also contains a good dose of fiber to keep the digestion of those sugars at a moderate pace and control blood sugar. A typical orange, apple, pear, or peach typically contains 3-5 grams of fiber depending on the size.

In addition, the sugars in whole fresh fruit typically have much lower glycemic responses than processed sugars or refined starches in white breads and cereals.

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