The World's Healthiest Food

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    Jan 04, 2007 5:54 PM GMT
    Here is a site that I like to consult concerning nutrition:

    The World's Healthiest Food
    http://www.whfoods.com/index.html

    You can check out the nutritional value of foods on this page of the site:
    http://www.whfoods.com/foodstoc.php
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    Jan 04, 2007 6:21 PM GMT
    Awesome thanks! Hey guys, by the way you can embed HTML in forums so people don't have to cut and paste URLs, etc.

    For example: http://www.whfoods.com/index.html.

    Jeff
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    Jan 04, 2007 8:47 PM GMT
    How do I embedded the links into the forms? I would be happy to do that.
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    Jan 04, 2007 10:15 PM GMT
    IT geek to the rescue:

    Assumes you are using internet explorer:

    1. Highlight the address
    1.1 either click on the address bar once and the address will be highlighted, or
    1.2 start at either end of the address and hold down the left mouse button as you move the cursor to the other end of the address

    2. The address should now have a black background where you have highlighted it.

    3. Perform a copy/paste function:
    3.1 either click the right mouse button once, and a little menu appears. Select copy. Go to the document you want to place the address in and click the right mouse button once and select paste. (address should show up, usually in blue color with underline.
    3.2 or once address is highlighted, move mouse arrow to Edit (at top left of window), click once, menu drops down. Select copy. go to where you want to place the item and do the same procedure, except hit paste. Again, it should show up with a line underneath.
    3.3 to use shortcuts for copy/paste you can use ctrl-c (copy) and ctrl-v (paste).

    To test it, click on the pasted address once and it should open a browser window to that site. I note however that it does not work for me right here. (for another more technical geek to explain...)
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    Jan 04, 2007 10:50 PM GMT
    Try something like: <a href="http://www.google.com">http://www.google.com</a>

    If you use that code, you should get this:

    http://www.google.com

    Hope this works right. I used some funky code to show the code without making it highlight.
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    Jan 05, 2007 4:12 AM GMT
    ok let me try this....

    This page lists various foods to show the Nutritional Values of Foods
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    Jan 05, 2007 4:14 AM GMT
    ta da...

    thank you, gentlemen
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    Jan 08, 2007 9:07 AM GMT
    World's Healthiest Foods is an AWESOME site! I've used it for over a year now. My homeopathic doctor put me on a regimin that avoids all processed, refined foods and empahsizes 'power' foods, and this site has really helped me follow the guidelines. One of the very few common sense (and not commercial) sites out there.
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    Jan 16, 2007 3:43 AM GMT
    Thanks. I am glad you liked the link.

    "Do you think it's possible to achieve fitness goals and still get some pleasure out of food, or is food solely to be considered fuel from now on?"

    Interesting question. What do you other guys think?
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    Jan 16, 2007 2:43 PM GMT
    For myself, I have to get some pleasure from my food. It is fuel for the body but I can't imagine not getting any taste or enjoyment from food. It's probably like anything in life, just a something that has to be balanced. I'd think that along with that, creativity and a proper mind set help as well.
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    Jan 24, 2007 4:54 PM GMT
    Food and I were at a crossroads some time ago. I am a Cordon Bleu trained Chef (4 years in France; 3 at the school, 1 in the Alps) and have long associated food and pleasure and am well aware of what constitutes a pleasurable meal. After finishing my last restaurant/winebar startup, I decided to take a break and accepted an offer from a winery in the Napa Valley as Director of their Culinary program and as a cellar rat/ "Assistant Cellar Master". Napa was a revelation; here was a "captive audience" that was partially visiting the valley for the food experience. I was able to experiment with truly farm-fresh ingredients and learn from fellow chefs new approaches to cuisine. I think the greatest thing I learned was "keeping it fresh", respecting the ingredient and keeping it simple(r). Complex carbs are a great source of ideas, especially items such as Farro/Spelt, chick peas/Garbanzo beans (hummus, flour...) chestnuts (hunt down a Trader Joe's and grab a bag of frozen, pre-roasted ones) and many other items. The classic message is, as it always has been, "Everything in Moderation" (Including Moderation...)
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    Jan 25, 2007 1:27 AM GMT
    this is a mac make link command test .http://www.whfoods.com/foodstoc.php
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    Jan 25, 2007 1:29 AM GMT
    test 2 http://www.whfoods.com/foodstoc.php
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    Jan 25, 2007 4:11 AM GMT
    I don't think you can do any better than a Neanderthal diet. Adopting this diet will adjust your weight to what is natural for your body type. In fact I am having problems trying to gain a few pounds. The Neandrathal diet is a totally natural diet where you eat all you want as long as it is not man made. Meat, veggies, fruit, berries, nuts are nutritious and taste great. Cooking is kept to a minimum too. The deal is that this kind of diet would have been impossible to most people except the extremely wealthy in the past. Man made food is basically a strategy to preserve food cheapy but the trade off is nutrition. Since we have means to produce, preserve and deliver fresh food 12 months a year now we don't have to eat debilitating filler food anymore.