Questions And Answers On Nutritional Information Pineapple

Cindy asks…

Healthy Recipes that are also filling?

I’ve been working all summer on improving my diet, limiting how much I eat, and working out more. Until the recent flood (in Toronto) I was running several times a week and I’ve lost a bit of weight. But my BMI is still in the High Zone so there is room for improvement.

I’m working full-time so there’s not a lot of time left for food preparation. I also take a bagged lunch with a lunchmeat-sandwich every day, so if I could find a better option I’d use that. I also eat a Fibre cereal for breakfast and supper is wildcard depending on what my parent’s cook.

I’m also using an app that tracks my Nutritional information based on foods I eat, and I’m quite concerned about my Sodium intake. Health Canada recommends 1,500 mg of salt a day and I’m usually in the 4,500 range. Another concern, I never get enough Protein in my diet.

I’m looking for healthy, tasty foods that I can incorporate or replace my staples with. Basically I need:
-Book Suggestions
-Recipes or link to recipes
-Low sodium, High protein
-I cannot eat Fish, Grapefruit, Pineapple, or Tropical fruits

mikiesen answers:

Cookinglight.com & theskinnyconfidential.com have some good recipes.

Kirstie asks…

What is the nutritional information for fresh fruit juice?

I am on a juicing diet, and I cant seem to find the nutritional amounts of fresh fruit juice (calories, carbs, sugars, ect.) on Google! So what are the amounts for an apple, an orange, pineapple, strawberries, carrots, celery, and grapes? Thankx 🙂

mikiesen answers:

That info is out there what you need to look up is ‘health benefits of apple juice’ or carrot juice etc…you will find some great websites like livestrong.com.

Secondly the vitamins and minerals in fresh juice is excellent for you but that’s not why we juice..We juice for enzymes…yes enzymes…Enzymes have no nutritional benefit to your body, yes you read that right. Instead these are things your body needs and they are fuel for your body to heal itself and digest and fight cancer and disease. The more you understand about juicing the better. I can never go back to store bought juice because its just sugar water that has no enzymes and barely any vitamins anyway. Enzymes die when they are heated and all store juice is heated. Pasteurized.

Wayne asks…

I need a way to loose weight on a college students budget?

Im Trying to get pregnant and my doctor told me that i will need to lose weight, i cant really afford all the healthy stuff that i SHOULD be eating. im not very big on pills but have thought about slim quick, has any one tried it? would walking be an effective enough exercise to help aide in losing weight along with diet change? any information, advice or websites you have would be appreciated! thank you!

mikiesen answers:

I BELIEVED THAT NO TWO PEOPLE ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH
WERE ALIKE; NO TWO PEOPLE HAVE THE SAME FINGERPRINTS, LIP PRINTS, OR VOICE PRINTS. NO TWO BLADES OF GRASS OR SNOWFLAKES ARE ALIKE. BECAUSE I FELT THAT ALL PEOPLE WERE DIFFERENT FROM ONE ANOTHER, I DID NOT THINK IT WAS LOGICAL THAT THEY SHOULD EAT THE SAME FOODS. IT BECAME CLEAR TO ME THAT SINCE EACH PERSON WAS HOUSED IN A SPECIAL BODY WITH DIFFERENT STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES AND NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS, THE ONLY WAY TO MAINTAIN HEALTH OR CURE ILLNESS WAS TO ACCOMMODATE TO THAT PARTICULAR PATIENT’S SPECIFIC NEEDS.
James D’Adamo

The dynamics of weight loss are related to the changes your body makes when you follow your genetically tailored diet. There are two factors.
1) First, as your body makes the dramatic shift of eliminating foods that are poorly digested or toxic, the first thing it does is try flush out the toxins that are already there.
Those toxins are mainly deposited in the fat tissue, so the process of eliminating toxins also means eliminating fat.
2) The second factor is the effects that specific foods have on the bodily systems that control weight. Depending on your blood type, the lectin activity of certain foods may do the following:
__ Interfere with the digestive process.
__ Slow down the rate of food metabolism, so you don’t efficiently burn calories
for energy.
__ Compromise the production of insulin.
__ Upset the hormonal balance, causing water retention (oedema), thyroid
disorders and other problems.

Our blood contains aeons of genetic memory–bits and pieces of specific programming, passed on from our ancestors in codes we are still attempting to comprehend. One such code rests within our blood type. Perhaps it is the most important code we can decipher in our attempt to unravel the mysteries of blood and its vital role in
our existence.

__ When you use the individualized characteristics of your blood type as a guide for eating and living you will be healthier, you will easily reach your ideal weight and you will slow the process of ageing.

__ Your blood type is a more reliable measure of your identity than race, culture or geography. It is a genetic blueprint for who you are, a guide to how you can live most fully.

-O is for Old.- Type O.

“FOODS ENCOURAGE WEIGHT GAIN”Sweetcorn
Kidney beans
Cabbage
Brussel sprout
Cauliflower

“FOODS ENCOURAGE WEIGHT LOSS”Liv 52
Sea food
Iodized salt
Liver
Red meat
Spinach
Broccoli

The appearance of our Cro-Magnon ancestors around 40,000 BC propelled the human species to the top of the food chain, making them the most dangerous predators on earth. They began to hunt in organized packs; in a short time, they were able to make weapons and use tools. These major advances gave them strength and superiority beyond their natural physical abilities

-A is for Agrarian.-__ Type A.

“FOODS ENCOURAGE WEIGHT GAIN”Meat
Dairy foods
Kidney beans
Lima beans
Wheat

“FOODS ENCOURAGE WEIGHT LOSS”Liv 52
Vegetable oils
Soya foods
Vegetables
Pineapple
The first immigrants, forced by the necessity of migration to adapt to a more agrarian diet and lifestyle–and a more cooperative personality to get along in crowded communities.
Type A blood initially appeared somewhere in Asia or the Middle East between 25,000 and 15,000 BC in response to new environmental conditions. It emerged at the peak of the Neolithic Period, or New Stone Age, which followed the Old Stone Age, or Paleolithic period, of the Cro-Magnon hunters. Agriculture and animal domestication
were the hallmarks of its culture.
Blood Type A had mutated from Type O in response to the myriad infections provoked by an increased populace and major dietary changes.

-B is for Balance.-__ Type B.

“FOODS ENCOURAGE
WEIGHT GAIN”Lentils
Sweetcorn
Peanuts
Sesame seeds
Buckwheat
Wheat

“FOODS ENCOURAGE
WEIGHT LOSS”Liv 52
Green vege
Meat
Lamb Liver
Eggs
The assimilator, adapting to new climates and the mingling of populations; representing nature’s quest for a more balanced force between the tensions of the mind and the demands of the immune system.
Blood Type B developed sometime between 10,000 and 15,000 BC, in the area of the Himalayan highlands–now part of Pakistan and India.
Pushed from the hot, lush savannahs of eastern Africa to the cold, unyielding highlands of the Himalayas, Blood Type B may have initially mutated in response to climactic changes. It first appeared in India or the Ural region of Asia among a mix of Caucasian and Mongolian tribes. This new blood type was soon characteristic of the great tribes of steppe dwellers, who by this time dominated the Eurasian plains.

__ Type AB.

“FOODS ENCOURAGE WEIGHT GAIN”
Red meat
Kidney beans
Seeds
Sweetcorn
Buckwheat

“FOODS ENCOURAGE WEIGHT LOSS”Liv 52
Tofu
Seafood
Green vege
Dairy products
Alkaline fruits
Pineapples

The delicate offspring of a rare merger between the tolerant Type A and the formerly barbaric but more balanced Type B.

-AB is for Modern.-
Type AB blood is rare. Emerging from the intermingling of Type A Caucasians with Type B Mongolians, it is found in less than 5 per cent of the population, and it is the newest of the blood types.

Find out how you can loose weight and stay healthy by following blood group Diet .

Http://www.diskovery.co.in/how_to_loose_weight__how_to_gain_weight

Nancy asks…

Do the nutrition facts on the label of a can of fruit include the juice it is packed in?

I’m trying to keep track of my calorie intake for dietary purposes. When I read the can of pineapple chunks that I just ate to get an idea about how many calories it had, it said it has 70 calories per serving. Does that amount include the juice that it is packed in, or am I eating an unknown amount of extra calories if I also drink the juice in the can along with eating the fruit?

mikiesen answers:

Calorie counts and nutritional information on packages are determined for the entire contents of the can. Fruit packed in juice has a higher calorie content than that packed in water, for this reason. So you can eat the fruit and drink the juice based on the information listed on the side. If you want to figure your intact most accurately, you would need to pour off the liquid and measure it out in servings according to the number listed on the can, and then combine that with the fruit, also divided into the correct number of servings. Both juice and fruit are accounted for, because the sugar in the juice would alter the caloric and carbohydrate content of the fruit.

Daniel asks…

What are some Halloween goodies can i make?

I plan on spending the day and night with my sister on Halloween. She is almost 30 and i am 17. I don’t have much money. So what desserts, foods, snacks, and drinks could we make for Halloween (Halloween related of course) that would be innexpensive? And what ingredients would i need?
Note to keep in my: I Have braces and i am not allowed to have anything sticky like caramel and very hard things

mikiesen answers:

Strained Eyeballs

6 hard boiled eggs
6 oz Whipped cream cheese
7 oz Green olives — with pimientos
Red food coloring

Peel eggs cut in half lengthwise. Remove the discard yolks. Fill the holes with cream cheese. Press an olive into each cream cheese eyeball, pimiento facing up, for an eerie green iris and startling red pupil! For a final touch, dip the tip of a toothpick in red food coloring and draw broken blood vessels in the cream cheese.

Simple Pimples

1-2 dozen cherry tomatoes
Flavored soft cream cheese Spread

Core tomatoes with a carrot peeler or knife. Drain excess tomato juice. Using a butter knife, fill holes in tomatoes with cream cheese. Give each pimple a gentle squeeze and arrange on a platter.

Day Old Bath Water
OP is Jules
12 ounce Can frozen lemonade
2 liters 7-Up
1/2 gallon Rainbow sherbert

Thaw sherbert for approximately 15 minutes and place in a plastic tub. Add lemonade (prepared according to directions) and 7-up. Sherbert will melt and turn mixture day old bathwater grayish-brown. Float a handful of green, yellow and white tiny after dinner mints (tiny bars of soap) on top of the scummy punch.

Magic Brew
1 8-ounce carton vanilla yogurt
1 cup orange juice
4 cups orange soda

Steps:
1. Put the vanilla yogurt, orange juice, and 2 cups of the orange soda in the blender container. Cover blender with lid. Blend on high speed until combined. Turn off blender.

2. Pour the mixture into the ice cube trays. Cover the ice cube trays with plastic wrap. Put the ice cube trays in the freezer. Freeze for 6 hours or overnight.

3. Just before serving, remove the frozen cubes from 1 of the ice cube trays. Put the cubes in the blender container. Add 1 cup of the orange soda. Cover and blend on high speed until slushy. Turn off the blender. Pour into 6 glasses. Repeat with remaining frozen cubes and orange soda. Makes 12 (1/2-cup) servings.

Ghoul’s Punch
Ingredients:

6 cups unsweetened pineapple juice, chilled
3 cups cold water
1 6-ounce can frozen lemonade concentrate
4 blood orange or orange slices
1 recipe Frozen Hands (see recipe below)

Nutritional Information:
calories: 208, total fat: 0g, saturated fat: 0g, cholesterol: 0mg, sodium: 8mg, carbohydrate: 52g, fiber: 0g, protein: 1g, vitamin C: 139%, calcium: 4%, iron: 5%, fruit: 2 diabetic exchange, other carb: 1.5 diabetic exchange.

Steps:
1. For punch, in a punch bowl stir together pineapple juice, water, and lemonade concentrate. Float orange slices and Frozen Hands in punch. Makes 8 (about 10-ounce) servings.

2. Frozen Hands: Carefully pour cranberry juice cocktail into 2 or 3 clear plastic gloves.* Fill the gloves so that the fingers can move easily. Tightly seal the gloves with rubber bands. Place on a baking sheet lined with paper towels. Freeze until firm. Use scissors to cut the gloves off the frozen hands. If any fingers break off, add them separately to punch.

*Note: Be sure to use gloves without powder. Or, rinse powdered gloves thoroughly before using.

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