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Dalia11

Flav City With Bobby Parrish - YouTube Channel- Healthy Foods/Ingredients Info.

He has made many informative videos about eating healthy foods, avoiding certain foods, reading ingredients in food labels, etc.

It is important to avoid:

A lot of added sugars in foods.

MSGs

GMOs

Sodium

Natural and artificial Flavor ingredients in food labels

Organic foods are generally more healthy,
read entire food label to see if all
ingredients are healthy.
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Reply #1 posted 11/12/21 3:12am

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Less is more with those ingredient labels.

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Reply #2 posted 11/12/21 10:08am

Dalia11

True!
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Reply #3 posted 11/12/21 11:24am

Dalia11

Healthy cooking oils:

Extra virgin olive oil

Avocado

Unrefined coconut oil.

Avoid:

Corn, vegetable oils.

A better option for frying foods:

Conola or other that is expelled
pressed.
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Reply #4 posted 11/12/21 7:59pm

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Excellent videos! There are many products
that I will avoid or stop purchasing.
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Reply #5 posted 11/16/21 7:03pm

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Fruits and vegetables need to be cleaned with water and
vinegar(pesticides are sprayed on fruits/veggies.

There are many tips online for cleaning fruits and veggies.

Meat and rice also need to be cleaned. And there are
tips online for cleaning meat and rice.
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Reply #6 posted 11/16/21 8:12pm

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FDA advises against washing meat due to potential for bacterial spread/spraying when the droplets ricochet off the meat.

https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/food-safety-tips-healthy-holidays

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Reply #7 posted 11/16/21 8:20pm

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I like to be cautious and would soak poultry, fish in water with
vinegar,lemon, etc.
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Reply #8 posted 11/17/21 7:38pm

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Rice should be eaten in moderation.

White rice does not have nutrients. Brown rice has nutrients.

Regular pasta does not have nutrients.
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Reply #9 posted 11/17/21 7:41pm

Dalia11

White bread should be avoided.

Healthier options:

Whole grain breads and read ingredient list.
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Reply #10 posted 11/17/21 9:29pm

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Dalia11 said:

I like to be cautious and would soak poultry, fish in water with
vinegar,lemon,etc.

Lemon "cooks" fish. It's called ceviche, a very delicious seafood dish. Got to be careful though because it doesn't actually cook more like changes the texture, it's still raw. I found out pineapple does the same thing to raw chicken, leave it too long it destroys the meat, it's horrible after cooking with heat, just mush.
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Reply #11 posted 11/17/21 9:52pm

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That is why it is good to get tips online on how
to clean certain meats.

I have to learn to make ceviche. I like watching cooking
videos and shows, that is a popular dish.
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Reply #12 posted 11/17/21 10:01pm

Dalia11

Turmeric and salt can also be used to clean fish.
It is good to have options!
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Reply #13 posted 11/17/21 11:25pm

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I've eaten wild rice for years now, it has the fiber of brown rice but more nutrients. I prefer it's taste and smell over white rice well except when making jollof rice, I'm not getting cussed out. Only whole wheat breads, I haven't bought white bread in decades. I love the fall with the abundance of squashes and apples. Roasting every root vegetables under the sun.
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Reply #14 posted 11/18/21 12:30am

Dalia11

I have to try wild rice. There are also healthy pasta
options that Bob talks about in his video posts. I like wheat
and rye bread. The best is home made. Many breads at the
stores have sugar, preservatives.

The bagels that I have been buying for decades have too much
sugar and preservatives, I will look for a healthier brand.
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Reply #15 posted 11/18/21 10:07am

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Yep home baked bread is healthier. I'm not a big bread eater outside of deli sandwiches but I think in the next few months I'll try to make my own yeast to make my own bread. Trying to learn more (family)self-sustainability in these post-pandemic times. I've been a big Michael Pollen fan. His montra; Eat Food, Not Too Much, Mostly Plants; is what I say to myself a lot when I get bombarded with tons of do's and don'ts of media. Keeping it simple in my consciousness. He and Alton Brown I've learned a lot from, regarding the science of nutrition and cooking.
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Reply #16 posted 11/18/21 1:24pm

Dalia11

And all meals that are home made are healthier!

I like breads and cakes, pastries. 🍮🍰🎂🥨

It is best to eat everything in moderation, and eat
several servings of fresh fruit and veggies daily.
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Reply #17 posted 11/19/21 11:35am

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Grains, legumes, mushrooms are plants too.
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Reply #18 posted 11/19/21 11:42am

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Ofcourse!
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Reply #19 posted 11/19/21 11:49am

Dalia11

He did a video on Vitamins. The ingredients of Vitamins
also need to be read. Some have too much sugar and
preservatives. I used to take the flintstone Vitamins
when I was a kid, it is not as healthy as many people
think!
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Reply #20 posted 11/19/21 12:38pm

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Difficult to keep away from all processing.
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Reply #21 posted 11/19/21 1:03pm

Dalia11

True. People have to always read the ingredients in the
items that they buy and avoid some products that have
unhealthy ingredients.
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Reply #22 posted 11/19/21 2:44pm

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They used to say shop the perimeters of the store, that's where you find the real food.
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Reply #23 posted 11/19/21 5:35pm

Dalia11

True.

I will not buy the flavored coffee creamer that I used to.
I have to look for a different brand that contains less
sugars and preservatives. I like milk.

I never tried almond milk. If I see a brand that has
healthy ingredients I will use that sometimes for
coffee.

Bob talks about many almond milk brands "Do Not Have Almonds",
they contain cane sugar, preservatives, many unhealthy
ingredients.

The same with many dairy products:

Yogurt, milk, cheese, butter, margarine. They have to be
organic, healthy ingredients.
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Reply #24 posted 11/20/21 9:32am

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You can make your own "milks" using few, natural fresh ingredients easily, lots of youtubes show how.
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Reply #25 posted 11/20/21 1:05pm

Dalia11

True. Bobby also gives examples to make almond
milk. I have to buy an ice cream maker. Many
store brands have too much sugar, preservatives.
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The ones I saw just needed a blender maybe his a has a richer consistency.
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Reply #27 posted 11/20/21 4:11pm

Dalia11

I will be reviewing his videos again to take notes
to post on this thread and for me so I can buy
better items at the store.
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Reply #28 posted 11/21/21 12:38pm

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What specifically do you like about Bobby Flav?
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Reply #29 posted 11/21/21 1:15pm

Dalia11

That he posts informative videos on YouTube about:
nuitrician, eating foods that are healthy, what
ingredients to avoid and so on.

I wonder if he is a Virgo or has strong Virgo
influence in his natal chart?
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