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Does this recipe sound healthy?

Does this recipe sound healthy? Topic: Does this recipe sound healthy?
June 18, 2019 / By Cletis
Question: http://ca.delish.com/recipefinder/orecchiette-broccoli-rabe-chickpeas-recipe-ew0410 Using all organic foods and vegetables, not using salt, low sodium and fat everything. Im trying to eat healthier and find some new recipes. So please help me out!
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Ananiah Ananiah | 4 days ago
Very healthy and sounds really good. You could add a little fresh chopped red pepper if you like. =) Add...This site has recipes that you may like. http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes/...
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Ananiah Originally Answered: Does this sound like a healthy meal replacement/after workout shake recipe?
Identify the emotional triggers that lead you to seek unhealthy comfort food. Picture your goal weight the next time a trigger strikes to enable you to resist temptation.
Ananiah Originally Answered: Does this sound like a healthy meal replacement/after workout shake recipe?
A pedometer can help record your steps. If you're certainly not getting 10, 000 steps daily, you're not moving enough.

Topsy Topsy
If you want it to be low sodium I'd go with dried garbonzo beans & cook them myself instead of using canned chickpeas.
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Ryanne Ryanne
that recipe is REALLY healthy. you can always improvise and use less butter or oil, or any other fat they say to use. you could substitue all purpose flour for whole wheat flour. i do it all the time. in this recipe, you won't even be able to tell a difference.
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Ryanne Originally Answered: Does this sound healthy if I want to gain weight?
Allie: Everything is relative.  If you want to gain weight you have to consume more calories than you have in the past.I can't run a calorie count on that list for a couple of reasons but let's say it is 3000 for the sake of argument.  If you have been consuming 6500 calories a day, you will waste away.  Just look at your diet, I.E. what you have been eating in the past.  If it looks balanced and you are feeling good, just increase the amount you eat by 10%.  Go up to 15% if you have to.  If it doesn't put some weight on you then go see a doctor.  There are reasons a person can't gain weight, hormone imbalance and parasites are but two of them. Good luck, I hope that helps...

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