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June 23, 2010

Veggies and Fruit from Costco

Memphis Personal Tonya Tittle of Energy Fitness

thinks you should steal this grocery list.

Grocery List


Cold Stuff
Soymilk  Need____ (I buy 8)
Eggs     Need____
(egglands best, 1.5 dozen, I buy 8 to 10- that's 144 to 180 eggs)
Yogurt   Need____ (greek, for my spouse and son)
Shrimp   Need____ (cooked/tail on) this was on my list but I am
off bottom dwellers since reading the book "skinny bitch"
and the gulf oil thing
Salmon Patties Need_____ (frozen section)

Carrots  Need___      Broccoli    Need____
Spinach  Need___      Asparagus   Need____
Small Colored Sweet Peppers   Need____
Fruit/Room Temp Veggies
Bananas  Need____          Tangerines  Need______
Grapefruit   Need_____     Red Delicious Apples   Need______
Purple Grapes  Need_____   Onions    Need____
Vine Ripe Tomatoes   Need_____    Avacados   Need_____
Lemons   Need ____         Grape Tomatoes   Need____

Misc. Food
Pecans / almonds (raw)  Need_____     Peanut butter   Need_____
Mushrooms   Need______    Olives (black)  Need_____
Cherrios   Need____     Tomato Paste (canned)  Need_______
Tomato Stewed (canned/low sodium)   Need______
Chips (for parties/torillla, kirkland brand)  Need_____
Rice Crackers  Need____

Grocery List - Whole Foods
Rice Cheese (vegan)  Need____
Pizza Crusts or Pie Crusts (wheat and gluten free/frozen) Need_____
Tofu Dogs   Need_____
Rice bread with or without flax
(wheat and gluten free/frozen)  Need____
Veggie chile 365 brand (canned)  Need_____
Hot and Tasty Rice cereal (need to cook)  Need______

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April 14, 2010

Simple food choices go a long way when it comes to your heart’s health. Focusing on fresh foods full of heart-healthy fats and antioxidants can decrease your risk of developing heart disease and cut your chances of a heart attack. These 10 foods will help keep your ticker in top shape.

Start your day with a steaming bowl of oats, which are full of omega-3 fatty acids, folate, and potassium. This fiber-rich superfood can lower levels of LDL (or bad) cholesterol and help keep arteries clear.

Opt for coarse or steel-cut oats over instant varieties — the coarse and steel-cut contain more fiber — and top your bowl off with a banana for another four grams of fiber.