Posts Tagged ‘Recipes’

Eggs beyond Fried and Scrambled

In the hustle of everyday life where people are drifting away from home cooked meals and kitchen savvy, people tend to forget there are eggs beyond scrambled, microwaved, and fried which can add fat to the cooking process. Without the added fat for cooking, you can incorporate other good fats into the ingredients as part… Read the Full Article

Have You Ever Tried Cauliflower Rice?

Cauliflower is a low glycemic vegetable and a great alternative to rice. Here is an easy way to prepare cauliflower for rice, and a recipe to pair with some lean protein for a balanced meal. How to “rice” cauliflower: Wash and remove leaves from a head of cauliflower. Cut the cauliflower into flowerettes. Place it… Read the Full Article

Eating Vegan in the Zone

More and more people are choosing to follow a vegan lifestyle. The challenge of eating vegan 40-30-30 comes when trying to boost protein to 30%. Many vegan and vegetarian recipes fall into a carbohydrate percentage of around 60% and a lower than 30% protein percentage. There are several ways to increase protein in a vegan… Read the Full Article

Kale

Kale: Kale is a member of the Brassica family that includes cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, collards, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts. It comes in several varieties and is a great source of vitamins A, C, and K, calcium, and cancer-fighting phytonutrients.  Kale is Low Glycemic. To see recipes which contain kale click here Kale

Copy Recipe Feature Released!

Thank you to all of our beta testers – we’re finally able to release the Copy Recipe feature. Copying a recipe is simple. And once you do, that copy is your own – and you can add ingredients, edit ingredients and remove ingredients to your heart’s content. To copy a recipe, simply View any recipe…. Read the Full Article

Testers Wanted for New Copy/Edit Recipe Feature

We’ve got a new feature that is in beta, and we’d love to have a few people test it out before we release it for public use. Have you ever seen a recipe and thought “I’d like that, but I’d really like to change a couple of things”? Or, had a recipe that you thought… Read the Full Article

Now you can Add Your Own Ingredients!

You’ve been asking.  (And asking.  And asking!).  And we’ve FINALLY relented, and added the ability for you to add your own ingredients. This will make building your own recipes much easier – when that special ingredient you like to use isn’t available, just add it yourself (it takes just a minute!), and you can use… Read the Full Article

Salmon: The Good Fish to Eat

Salmon is an excellent source of protein and Omega-3 essential fatty acids. It is recommended that you eat foods rich in Omega-3 essential fatty acids at least 2 to 3 times a week. The best source of salmon is wild caught.  Salmon derives its rich red color from the krill they eat during the part… Read the Full Article

What If I Don’t Like My Menu?

If you don’t like the automatic menu that FormulaZone creates for you, that’s OK! There’s lots of options, and with over 3,000 meals to choose from, we guarantee that there’s a menu that you will love! The Menu Builder is the most flexible, powerful tool available anywhere. It’s just a matter of knowing how to… Read the Full Article

Learning How to Eat Well

Our Most Common Requests Many members ask if we can add this ingredient or that ingredient, or tell us that their brand of cottage cheese is not exactly like our cottage cheese. Our ingredient database includes many generic foods to choose from. We also have added many specific foods that members have suggested. Taking the… Read the Full Article