Dr. Fred Pescatore’s new book, The A-List Diet, is a roadmap to doing low-carb right—and transforming your health. Fred Pescatore was the last doctor in the world you’d expect to be a low-carb guru. “I hated medicine,” he says.
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Get your day off to a healthy (and yummy!) start with this delicious oatmeal dish. I’m a huge fan of oatmeal, much to the chagrin of my strict Paleo friends who like to point out that oatmeal is a grain.
Easy Blended Baked Oatmeal. We upped the protein in this dish with egg whites and cottage cheese and then topped with berries.
Ham-Yam Quiche Dijon. As with any quiche, do not overbake, or the egg can get leathery. If your oven and potatoes are hot, the cook time will be closer to 20 minutes.
Ramen bowls are all the rage right now. Here’s how to make a homemade version using zucchini “noodles” in place of pasta. The first thing I think of when someone mentions a noodle bowl is ramen.
Loaded Zoodle Bowl. To make this meal more complete, try serving avocado on the side for some healthy fat that will also help you absorb some of the nutrients in the vegetables.
Hawthorn Berry Tea. This beautiful tea brew comes from the book Infuse: Herbal Teas to Cleanse, Nourish, and Heal by Paula Grainger and Karen Sulliver.
With all the flavors, but only half the calories, this delicious take on a classic favorite is perfect for every cheese connoisseur. When I was in my 20s, I had exactly one dish I knew how to make well: fondue.
Even if you have a family history of heart disease, these nutrients can help keep your ticker in top shape. Every year, I write at least one column listing my top supplements for heart health.