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Baking recipes - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes Baking recipes Bean and legume recipes Artichoke, spinach and white bean dip Beet burgers Black bean quesadillas Chickpea polenta with olives Creamy beef enchiladas Pecan-crusted tofu Ranc...
hat are generally allowed on a low-fiber diet include: White bread without nuts and seeds White rice, plain white pasta, and crackers Refined hot cereals, such as Cream of Wheat, or cold cereals with less than 1 gram of fiber per serving Pancakes or ...
Products to avoid include, but are not limited to: Soy milk, soy cheese, soy ice cream and soy yogurt Soy flour Tofu Miso Natto Shoyu Tempeh Soy sauce and tamari Edamame Vegetable oil, vegetable gum, vegetable broth and vegetable sta...
Or try substituting the following protein-rich foods for meat in your favorite recipes: Beans and legumes — great in casseroles and salads Vegetarian refried beans — a good substitute for meat in burritos and tacos Tofu &...
Gingery chicken noodle soup - Mayo Clinic Healthy Recipes Gingery chicken noodle soup Print By Mayo Clinic Staff Dietitian's tip: To make this vegetarian, substitute cubes of extra-firm tofu for the chicken and use vegetable stock.
Good sources of calcium include dairy products, almonds, broccoli, kale, canned salmon with bones, sardines and soy products, such as tofu.
toven) Niacin May lower LDL cholesterol and improve HDL May cause headache, nausea, vomiting, itching and flushing, which are more common at prescription levels Oat bran (found in oatmeal and whole oats) May reduce total cholesterol and LDL cholester...
Eggs, Greek yogurt, cheese and tofu are good sources, too.
Good sources of calcium include: Low-fat dairy products Dark green leafy vegetables Canned salmon or sardines with bones Soy products, such as tofu Calcium-fortified cereals and orange juice If you find it difficult to get enough cal...
Prepare stews and casseroles with only two-thirds of the meat the recipe calls for, and add extra vegetables, brown rice, tofu, bulgur or whole-wheat pasta.
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