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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY
TTSETJL SIIUTTS POE THE
NOTES AND COMMENT.:
to behave properlr frequently interBecause Rheumatism sometimes comes on suddenly it doesn't feres with behavior. To act eimply Mincemeat One cup chopped meat, and naturally Is of more importance prove that it is a chance disease or one due to accidental causes. It three cups chopped aniijcone cup than to get every detnll correct. It is takes time for it to develop, and is at work in the system long before one and one-ha-lt better to shake hands at the wrong cup raisins, one cup and one-hatime (according to the bookj, if you any symptoms are felt The blood is the first point of attack, and "' do it heartily and honestly, than to the poisonous acids that cause the aches and pains are then distribnioIase. one cup liquid in which meat vsu, jjoilcd, two teaspoons, each Iiause and stare r.nd show that you are uted through the circulation to different parts of the system, and In doubt as to what to do. Never decinnamon, cloves aud allspice, one-settle in joints, muscles and nerves ; and when the system is in this. spise rules if they are helpful; do not condition needs only some exciting cause like exposure to night air; ".iii cui it go out of jour way to transgress acI'ic One lemon, using tiud ceptable ones; but, on the other hand, damp, chilly weather, or the cold, bleak winds of winter, to arouse and juice, one cup Migar. one cup wa-'-do not make laws of those laid down the slumbering poisons and bring on Rheumatism. The severity one tablespoon Hour, three rags. by people for other conditions. Be natof the attack depends upon the amount of acid in the blood and toe Itnko' in rich cnist and cot twlh ocr ?10.(XK),00U." use common sense. ural and it quantity or acrid matter in the inei incite. POUlTrWlJOTES. joints and muscles. Some peo EHEtJMATISM IN LBOW3,WIU8T KEEPING EGGS IN FLOUR. AND XNESS. rookie- cup f One aud ple are almost helpless from the TJrbni,Otno,Auz.25, 1803 ' M'sar, oiio cup butter, one cup sour It is some trouble, but in order to Fresh laid eggs are placed in com- first, while others have occa'aBv Ijait v! inter I htd a Mvera tttaek f LbVbbHbb. ficain, three eggs, one teaspoon prcfeene the health of the fowls the mon pasteboard boxes on end, as eggs in Rheumatism. It etarted my tbe riffct lloiu enough to handle eaeily. droppings should be taken from the are packed, then covered completely sional spells or are uncomfortawrists; ts elbow, and from there to house daily or covered w ith dry earth. was the worse. It with common white flour and stored ble, restless, nervous and half richt wrist extremely painful. becamat lumhli-Itieh Sugar two cups lard My lafs place. After three months sick all the time from the swollen andwas In a cool.v M'BBBBBBBBBBBW'BBBlBWBBB'BBlBBBBfllBBBBVBaL. a4,4 mi- - cup, two egg. cue cup sweet milk, the next place to be at knee joint Poultiy keepitig is not easv woik. they were found fresh and nice, and nagging aches and pains. Rheutacked. It became swollen and of cooza "lie.soda, one-hateaspoon nor exceptionally nice, but nc hate sc.alc.-clpainful. The next point to be affected discernible from freshly laid cicini of tartar, teaspoon flavoring ex- noticed that it brings in very neat.i. ,.; was the hip and ankle, which save m , eggs. I used common shoe boxes, matism is a disagreeable comBBBBmBv-- i BBBBW.1--5-fc'"--. tWk.;,is '& much trouble. I was barely able to tract, Hour to wake ott dough. looking dollars, if properly attended to. which hold about two dozen each, the panion even in its mildest form. about for some time. I was under treatof number of eggs and date of packing It grows worse as we grow older, mentno a physician for awhile, but get Corn Sift together one pint of Scatter newly slaked lime in the tmc better some I began S. S. a., and after being written on the cover, to the first and frequently stiffens niuit:il. one pint of Hum- - and two poultry quarters frequently, as it will, time I entirety fer takinr of the thejoints, relievedit for Rheumatism. waa sweUinc could be used first. Eggs packed All teaspoonfuN of baking ponder. Add absorb moisture and aid to dry the packed in a mixture of lime water and draws the muscles out of shape and soreness disappeared. I consider of a pint each of milk aud apartment, ana in this way aid to presalt are nice for cooking purposes, but and breaks down the nervous 8. a. S. an excellent remedy for RheumaMater.Mix into a firm hatter and till vent roup. tism and all troubles barinc their oriels after a couple of months are unfit for system. A disease that origins Ki eased gem pju full. in the blood. GKUTITH XEUVTr-- f eating. Cor. Practical Farmer. Do not send eggs of mixed kinds in ates in the blood, as Rheumatism 408 BloomneU At. Chocolate Iticad Pudding Soak two same cases. Separate the white and Billings on "The Hen.'' Josh does, cannot be cured with ex cupfuls of bre.id crumbs in two cup- dark aud the large and small. One The best time to set a hen iz when ternal remedies like liniments and plasters ; such things scatter th s fuls of vcaldcd milk, add kind may bring as much as the other, hen iz ready. 1 Uan't tell what the the cupful of sugar, two squares of choco- but they do not look so inviting. best breed iz, but the Shanghigh ir the pains or drive them to some other part of the body, but do not touch, late previously melted, and one meanest. It cost az much to bord one the disease or improve the condition of the blood. The thin acia. The poultry business is as well or Minila. Mix well and az it dus a stage hoss, and you mite blood must be restored to its normal adapted to elderly peroue as to the b.iko in a butteied dNh one hour. by run as well try to fatt a fannin-mil- l young. A hen w ill lay as well for an purity and strength, so that all pojr. ning oats through if. There ain t no s W'ltltc Cookies cupful of old woman as for a handsome joung sonous substances may be carried out TRANSVAAL DAISY, NATUKAL SIXU, COLOIC BKIGIIT SCARLET. profit In keepin a hen for his eggz if cup- girl, or as well for a boy as for a man. butter, one aud one-haVIO. 31. of the system, and no medicine accomV he laiz less than one a day. Ilenz Is ful of hour cream, two cupfuls of very long lived if they don't contract Thus far no meed has been found soda anil enough Hour to toll out plishes this in so short a time as S. S. &V constantly during winter with very the throat tlizcaz. Many go to pot THE TRANSVAAL DAISY cwnly. Hate the nmteiials and which lay- - uniformly dark or light which not only neutralizes the acids moderate sunlight, and in a tempera- frum this tnelankoly "dizeoz In the eggs. Sisters from the same setting mix quickly, handling as little as Not much has been heard of this ture favorable to geraniums and the kourse of a year. I kan't tell ekzackly and counteracts the poisons, but build 01 eggs may lay eggs one light aud riavor as desiied. usual window plants. Fig. SI is little how to pick out a good hen; but as a flower since up the general health at the same tune. another dark. Cochins and Brahmas acintroduction to American horti- better than a diagram, but shows ones are Minims One quart of buttermilk, one usually lay dark eggs. general thing the Write for our special book on Rheumatism, and should you ago. It was award- curately the form atid size of a w inter the least apt to scratch up the garden. culture two yeais ic.ispoonful soda, u pinch of Kilt, flour Neglected colds mean toiip, and ioor ed the highest prize as the most im- bloom. The color of the best speci- Eggs packed in equal parts of salt and desire any special information or advice, our physicians will furnish. to make a stiff hatter, uud three roosting quarters mean cold. another portant new plant shown at the exhibi- mens is brilliant vermilion scarlet. As lime water will keep from twenty to it without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATIAMTA,QI of.sour cream. Bake in gem of those cases where ptevention is tion of the Now- - York Horticultural so- each flower at this season lasts in per- thirty j ears if they are not disturbed. p.ins in a hot 01 en. ciety in May. !K1. and when oflered fect condition four to six weeks, and much better than a cure. Setting; Hem Early. I.'ggles Gingerbread Mix one cupful by a few dealers following spring is borne on a strong stem 12 to 1G you expect to get eggs in the at 50 cents each the available plants incites high, a blooming plant Is very If January I begin the work of set of molass, oue cupful of hrown suall winter you must do your part, the were quickly sold. Appateutly no decoratn e. The foliage resembles that ting eggs for early market chicks. The gar and one tablespoonful of butter together, add gradually one cupful of fow K will do theirs, but they can't do large stocks have since been propa- of the common dandelion, but Is larger first thing is to carefully select the 715 locust St. Kokfa BIiIk., Room 3t9 31.22. St- - Louis. Mo. Hoars: 9 s. m. tv. ra.: frstrnttiys to 8: Sundays. 9 to 12 otilv. milk. Measure live cupfuls of flour, It all. Warm quarter and proper gated, as it is still priced at r.5 cents and of much firmer texture. The flow- eggs, saving none that we think will City papers will proa estshlUhed practice blnco ISIa. See Lack nnmbsra ez. Tf (no reaspoonfuls of baking pow- - feeding are necessary. ingreat deliberation, a not make vigorous, thrifty chicks. add Ktpu sue and b convinceu. 10.1 tc DOCTOR WHITTIKR la ers develop with where listed at all. It is slow of person. f teaspoonful iler ana one ana crease by diwsiou and seeds have bud appearing at the base and slowly Each egg is dated the day it Is laid, won tr of ginger and the same of cinnamon. quarters uae your poultiy roosting hitherto been very scaice. though we rising on its long stem, generally man- then when wanted for setting its exact Y?aa9pPB- too Sift and add to the other raixtmc. Bake medium just warm, strike (he happy now hear of quantities being collected aging to open just as its predecessor age is known. I do not like to hare Cur.M all Chronic. Aerroas, Blood. Skin ai d Urinary Dls-comfortable, then there In. uuiii nm:; In a large shallow biscuit pan and eat South Africa, where the plant grows fade- -. Florists have not been able to them more than ten days old, and, if ,, imtableness.llaonooa. will be less chance of the birds taking ncrtoiuuns,.aemosimt ll.t,llIT. Loll or unfitnus tor Bto bull. warm. on arid hills between water courses. do much with the Transvaal daisy so possible, I set them the same day they ,,C?L. quickness,.if P0r"rs. restores manhood,radical carurine, omnia mlltr cold when on their run during cold aai a Exaranued. It endures considerable frost if kept far. though the handsome blooms sell are laid. As soon as placed under the Economy Pudding One cupful of weather during the day time. dry when dormant, but docs not winter readily at 2." cents each when offered. hen. a record of date is made so that rieers. cured nifncult. To Frequeat or BloiS lllood Poisons All stases. Eczema, cured: Panful, for life by safe naas. Blank 32. chopped raisins, one cupful Unglish aliments qutcUr The plant does not like to be hurried when chicks are due, necessary prepYou avoid frozen combs and well with us even under Urine" alsoprixate di5eas.es obstructing urlnarv pasfmije. - Blank 22. Free. urrant. two cupfuls flour, one cupful wattles canith the proper precautions, protection. It Is, however, cold frame aud locnls forcing treatment by dying arations for them can be made. Lerua cured. Modern raetbods- no cutting. Call or write for adrloa. admirably ilea k hugar, half cupful molasses, one cup-i- l which Snnrlcal all Rectal and whether cenrenita or acquired, successfully treated, yartcocele In daw should always be taken. You adapted for conservatory and window out or "going blind" in flower pro- Fisher, Missouri. br mall: thirty ren Meturta. Adviser free at "face or. m. cliopped suet, cupful Vigorous plants bloom duction. lonsauaiionorrrec a cold water, two teaspoonfuls baking can also prevent the drinking foun- garden culture. A Vlrsjlmta, E(i Record. Mali. OBce or powder, a pinch of.soda, teaspoonful tains from freezing and bursting, by I will give the record of seventy-fiv- e lU.araU Chargu. pouring all the water out of them at each of cloves and cinnamon. thusiasm. A few years ago he bought hens for the year just ended (1903). KEEPING THE HENS LAYING. Bake one hour and serve with lemon night. I! thirty-si- x M acres of poor land near the The total number of eggs received K1UCC. hens was S32 A flock of laying, hens is a paying Ohio River, divided It Into two fields from these seventy-fiv- e Now is the time to be supplying cowpcas and corn dozen. Of this amount 757 dozen were half months at $25 per month. S2.r; tin; and began grow ing thing lanibahiya U a Spanish dLsh which your fowls with some kind of fresh cullingduring the winter, and if the in a two-yean serions. rotation. The peas were shipped, realizing a net sum of $133.50. board and care for help while tending has take and has lieen adopted by the Louisiana meat tothey the place of bugs dur-n-g other wintrybeen wisely done andcom- harvested as hay and fed on the farm The remaining seventy-fiv- e emit much' dozen were crop, at 30 cents per day, $37.r0: huskpreparations well pain and dls--i nsects catch for themselves. It is made according to a mini creok-3bushel, with the corn to balance the ration. used for family, hatching, etc. Tula ing 1550 bushels, at 3 cents lerhusking, conion, anal no doubt but the sometimes scber of recipes; here Is one highly rec :t Isthe summer and autumn months. pleted, one for their labor. biddies will For this purpose he prefers the peavinc is a correct statement as I have re- $67.50; board and care while repay absolutely necessary that this tasi dlsabmtT. oininended: One pound lice (wash am1 days. $18.75; f nnd In the fall all the ceipts for same. A. Swartz, Rocking- thirty-seve- n because jou have made hay to mlllfeed. natter should be attended to if you ex- Don't think sJouk an hour), one pound sausage leu S10O each SYMPTOMS iteMuandttinc e Interest on three horses at and ham County, Virginia. iccc tuein to continue the even tenor things snug and comfortable, and have land upj. one pound of ham (cut up), tw lnr. tben azaia paiu. soreness sad I and $170 worth of machinery used. f their way in an capacity. persuaded the hens to turn out a fair was seeded to rje, and this was plowedg bieedlor. rumors lorm. eniarn, large tomatoes, two onions, small piect $23.50: wear aud tear on horses and BULBS IN WINTER. average of eggs that there is no more clown in tho spriug. With these Drotrnde. and linexlscted. ulcerate, becom- of red ticpper and of paisley. 1'rj Removing stains from egg shells la to do until spring, but to feed, and machinery, $47; 3S0 bushels of corn crops, the manure being saved nTerj serious and painful. Tocuttasa these in a heaping spoonful of butter quickly and painlessly us ften a difficult matter, especially as gather tho eggs; if ihl is your thought and applied carefully, the soil lias A great many flower growers do not to feed horses, at 35 cents per bushel, then add a tout one pint of boiling wa lard rubbing tends to remove the nat-ir- It will be considerably modified before gained wonderfully in fertility. The attempt to keep bulbs because they do $63; five tons hay. at $7 per ton, $35; INJECTION MALYDOR. -tor. Stir in lie rice idowiy, cover tin bloom'' of a fresh-laiegg. The spring work comes. peas have made two and a half loads not know how. When one has to buy actual taxes on land, $13.50; total. pot and set il where it can cook slowCorel.& Minnesota College recommends soak-u- g.Instant relief. sent. crin.sereral. 6m ii one thing first of all. a of hay per acic. The variety used is each spring he Is often without Bomo $649.50. This brings the cost of proRemember j at arunisis. or (or Cj 1. ly. Salt to taste and berve while hoi. in milk, cither sweet or sour, hen, or a flock of hens is much easier the black, and Doctor Wolfe thinks very choice flowers which come from duction to IS cents per bushel. Synnie. A. O. BEUN'KE. by washing in clean water. kept laying than ls a hen or a flock many Southern Indiana growers are bulbs. A great many bulbs and roots A Iriend asks bow- - to make a cooked ;HiItJKMf.Ci.,LwailK,l.,U,S.ii better for prepar-'u- g containing bacon fat ii Have you any eggs plancritical mar- - Induced to begin to lay during winter. making a serious mistake in using the are given no more can than are given s.ilad dre--i- ug potatoes. In fact very good success for a Keeping this in mind it will save time, whippoorwill. which Is more dwarf. CLOVER MAKES A BIG CROP. place of olive oil or cream. Cook game 01? can come in caring for them the labor and vexation to humor them a tablespoonfuls of flour and a,da-l- i o as potatoes. One man who is very little, if by so doing they will continue FAMILY REMEDIES. paprika or red pepper in five An Indiana fanner makes this re' j9. Someone has discovered a convenient their egg output, for it seems patience successful with dahlias keeps his dah- port of the returns he got from a of urn-gar and a. half a cup method of feeding clover to hens. A will never be rewarded In waiting lia roots In the potato bin with his po clover cros: for '1 here are a few simple remedies that fill of water. Stir and cook until toil urt of the jard, in which the hens the return of egg laying from a laying should be kept in every household. If tatoes We have found this to be a ing. Then gradually pour over tin I have raised a great number of good uu is worked up into 11 mellow secd-e- flock that has gone on a fitrike. Ismmftrc,Sft.WaheSidssP used in time they will save many a good plan although dry road dirt cr crops, during the time which 1 have beaten 3 oik of an egg (preferably tw aud sown with alfalfa. About One can't arbitrate with such strik- long illness and big doctor's bill. One dry sand does very well in which to been farming for myself, that produced aad a Beaattnl riajplrrl yolks). Ilcturu to the lire (over ho his plot is placed, a wooden frame ers, for there are no walking delegates, remedy Is spirits of camphor. When pack them so long aB they are kept In me a handsome profit, but among the.4Jassssaftar emres sssesss sad IMtrr. AK water) to cook the egg, and add salt i rom t to 10 inches high, and over the (or laying ones, either), president or soiuisir sao nrsuDsass- ca bad cold has settled on the lungs or a place where they will not freeze. best crops that I have raised was an needed. Use when cold. This dressin, icd. attached to the frame. Is spread anything to lay the mwns Blackheads. Free. matter before. croup is feared take a flannel cloth, Madeira roots, gladioli and such bulbs English clover crop, raised in the sumnssssW v "amV Mes. Pisjiles. Badness. 8aa- is particularly good with endive or let1 wire netting. When the clover very well when placed in loose mer of 1901. ', sots aad Tea. Used wJU If one knew the cause, the why aud spread it thickly with lard, drop the keep tuce, alone or with eggs. :rows through the wire the hens pick wherefore, it would not be such a hard camphor over It until It is well damp- dirt in boxes kept in cellars. Cannas wiwpMias a Sec" fact skis is lnsand, The profit that was realized from this "he leaves off without tramping down job; how a hen that Ls laying regularly ened, and apply to affected part. As should be dug up in clusters before crop would be no easy matter to esti aw sy srlBasssst ar he stems. During the first year the can stop entirely on less than a day s COLLEGE TO TEACH freezing weather and kept In the dirt ssSvnSfasras ssnasV dot should - be clipped several times notice, ls one of the unexplained prob- good as this is the ointment made by that adheres to them. Some practice mate. meltinc together lard and camphor keeping 1st Train alati nalflii small consider POULTRY CULTURE In the first g o keep down weeds, and in succeed-nthe bunches damp while oth- amount of seedplace, was sown.the sowed Dersaa-majrlems; it's enough for us owners of gum (about equal parts), spread on M ccata, ay smalt, I that seasons one or two clippings as- such flighty critters to know nartiaaa. nassfc that such cloth and apply. Some use turpentine ers simply pack them away In a box. only about two bushels on eleven acres, BQ. In and Testimonials stnt en request. Sever.il of the agriculture colleges sist in thickening the growth. Prtraiti Is the case, and try to remedy the matin place of camphor. When a finger This root does not have a tendency to or. at the time I sowed the seed, about of the Kast have of late, years given One Bottle FREE to Ascents; ter before it oecurs. is cut or bruised, or any poisonous rot as some, but rather is inclined to $10 worth of seed. SHE bfjus MAKES" FARMERS. cX. riaeinnail. sconsiderable attention to instruction (eleDENMARK While not In favor of spurring hens wound made, apply tuipentlne freely dry out too much. Caladturos In the spring of IStOl, I pastured the in poultry eultuie. Notably among on a sudden cold at once. It takes out the soreness Im- phant ears) "arc difficult to keep from clover until June 20, then I allowed it with condiments, Uie-- e was the Khodc Island College. snap, it is a wise and paying thing to mediately. Tor burns nothing stops rotting. The best way we have found The Government of ne hcio for some jears past short poul- viOO.OOO last year for Denmark spent put pepper enough in their mash, and the smarting quicker than lard applied for keeping them Is to hang tliera up in to grow up and ripen. Then I cut and kin pic. but the writer ad Icd nspics, the purpose of acraged about to try to can pumpkin for summer The try courses of three to six weeks' dura- making more with tops downward so :UI thrashed it.one-hait ennugh to make it taste as if it thickly to tho burned place and wrap- the dUagree with her. Here is my refanners. Any laborer in salt vfell seasoned. We use four and bushels per acre, tion have been given. These fchort were garden ped well with an old nig to exclude the moisture will run out rather than stay which sold for $272.25, or $5.50 per I cipe for canning pumpkin: Use a. of peppers, cook enough of courses were successful right from the that country who saves the pod to air. Each finger should be wrapped In tops and as the tops dry out they bushel. I granite or earthenware kettle. Peat-a- nd start, aud after the fiist year it be- the price of a plot of land can borrow season the mash with, and if onions separately. A mild physic is indispen- arc sloughed off by the fingers uutil But the profit of this crop did not end the remainder of the money from the are on hand we give a feed of chopped cut up the pumpkin Into smalt came necessary to restiict the attendevery family medicine chest, the crown Is almost reached, when no when little water to btair; ance as the number of students seek- (Jovernment, paying ii per cent In- raw onions. Then allow-- them to have sable to is "Xicltent In la grippe and more should be taken off. After they yer, I sold the freed, nor has It ended squares', add just a o oiiinine Stew ing admission was far in excess of the terest. have become thoroughly dried out the lowedfor the ground has not been al- the cooking. cooking er a slow fire autre pro- all the water they will drink, water mild fevers. These remedies are all The Government scuds expeit the pumpkin untSz. to run down since being ferti stir often, facilities of the college. "Requests for witli the chill taken off: they wilH harmless very helpful in mild roots are clipped off and the whole lized by the clover crop. In the spring well done: then the water which haST packed in dry sand or chaff and kept admission came fiom every State ic fessors, of agriculture to give eery drink a great lot. and this--, we think cases and and beginnings of 'diseases. 1 In or 1002, I planted the Weld In corn. I been useel should have all steamed: farming, aud is the good of the seasoning and a warm place. This being a tropical the Union. Other Uastern institutions farmer free lessons iu will a recipe for a liniment that raised an average of sixty-fiv- e to away. Seal airtight in glass fruit jars: free trip example Rhode hae followed thepractice of moved each new farmer gets amay learn to a onions, principally: they create thir.st, often add proves helpful in rheumatism: plant it will withstand but little cold. seventy bushels per acre. Then, In the I have canned pumpkin in this way for; how-tmodel faun, so that he Island, and the has and plenty of pure water is needed in Equal parts of lard, turpentine and It will not be safe for them to even fall of 1002. 1 sowed make the best possible its'e of his producing eggs; it also helps to waul spirits the field to wheat, three years, and, never had a can eXi. westward. It was left for Missouri, of camphor, well shaken to- become chilled. and last summer I thrashed 200 bush- plode yet. Caroline M. Steffens, Ful--to- n, however, to make it one of the regular land. off a cold. gether. Mrs. K. P. Hightowcr, Haven, els. Now if County, Ohio to estimate If it is to the intetcst of a small full courses. A dispatch from ColumWHAT IT COSTS TO MAKE CORN the profit of you Intended crops Increase the amount of feed, give. I. these last two raised bus, Mo., dated January 2, gives the country like Denmark, with only limit- whole com for the grain, and more ed resources at its command, to spend meat, then be sure to give more charBare Yoar Horse Hides. following infoimation: Two farmers who have been figuring on the' yield, you would have to conGOOD MANNERS. "How to raise chickens will be large sums to make more farmers, coal to act as a corrective to the heavy it up, give these estimates on raisins sider the condition of the ground beIt has occurred to ns that farmecC:. fore and after the clover crop was a: taught at tho University of Missouri. surely our own countryi whose pos- feeding, thus preventing indigestion. and horse dealers are not generalljfcr Tliere is nothing much more imporTho curators have decided to offer a sibilities of agricultural development I use a gang plow with four horses, raised. ?vo one can ever tell how much Decrease the feed gradually when tant in this world than "manners." good a clover crop does the soil. Cer- awarc of the fact that horse hldeJp full course iu poultry raising. A short are almost unlimited, could well afford warmer weather comes. Cor. Indiaua Suppose a great many people are put and lead a horse behind drawing & sectainly the last two crops would not whether taken off from slanghtercttr course was offered last year, but this to spend millions to establish fanu Farmer. iuto oue place together, and they can tion of harrow which harrows the have yielded the amount they did. nor year the study is to be put on an equal training schools, where every man or ground twice. I plow and harrow five would or those which have died bjfc; not get out. Then the most Important the grain have been of as good horses BOOKCASE-CURTAIplane with the studies in the other de- boy who desires the knowledge might tiling for them to consider first. Is acres per day, and, harrowing with quality, if It had not been for the clover disease or perished from other cause?c partments, and full instructions in the learn how to till the soil and become on an have market value. Farmers shouldr harrow I can ' A 'very pretty and dur.ible curtain how to,gct along well together, how to four horses acres per day. I allow fertilizing. breeding and handling of domestic an independent producer on the land. not allow the bides of their fallen harrow forty The Danish plan of promoting agri- for a bookcase may be smade of burlap. live together with the least possible $1 per day for a man and 75 cents per fow Is and the production of eggs will stock to go to waste. Fair-sizehorsfc g Ono noticed recently light broivu, friction and unpleasantness. Just eo day for each horse. I cover fifteen culture and encouraging Cannlnsr Pampltln. be given. hides, free of cut holes and othctr tills knowledge "The reason for extending the course will result in a more contented, pa- with trimmings of rod. A brass rod is this great world, and is "manners," acres per day with the planter, twenty-fiv- e I read in my last Ohio Farmer pa- blcmishes. are now bringing from $3- of to live agreeably is due to the Increasing importance of triotic people and raise the standard was fastened to the top of the boou-cas- or. howwo ofteuer put it, courtesy. The per day with the weeder, and ten per some very good recipes for pump- - to $3.25 In Milwaukee. as and the drapery was throw n over the poultry industry and the remark- of citizenship in that country. It cultivator. a makes per day withsixty-acr- two-roprofit In this It 'so as to form a deep lambrequin at Woman's Home Companion able interest manifested at the uni might be followed with e field, plowing the top. The burlap was lined through sonic observations on thie, matter that Figuring on a requires one man and country. versity last year, when the study was DR. DUFF'S QUICK, CERTAIN AND SAFE CURE FOR and harrowing out with Turkey-red-. Red felt was are worth reading: livery day the editors of this maga- five horses twelve days, at $4.75 per used for a border across the top and bottom. This was feather-stitcheto zine receive hundreds of letters on day, $56; planting takes oue man and two $2.50 per the burlap with red wor&ted in clusters questions of etiquette. People have $10; horses four days; at one man day, harrowing twice, and DR. KING of six quite long stitche, the middle worked, themselves into a state of r three days, at stitch being the longest, and were worry over questions of no more Im- four horses times over, one $4, $12; man and graduated toward each end, with a portance than whether a man shall weeder three My Guarantee Is: 'AW Dollar Seed Be Paid Until Cured." space of about au inch between each or shall not wear a gray tie at a morn- two horses seven days, at $2.50, $17.50; cultivating four times, one man anil ing wedding, or whctlier a girl may I cure this disease without operation or cluster. VdntUCCIC. ligature, and unaer my treatment the days, at three horses, twenty-fou- r ronamon; The border of felt across the lambre- ask a man to come and see her if she $3.25, $78; husking, sixty-bushThe only ten the dissMMMi.sai congealed restored to (iriuiinnaiursa a&ysj.yield, conease srithontknows method that earea of hlood. aisapprsrs. ine parts are ineir a operation. losa quin end of the curtain was about S likes him. dition, vlccr and atrencth and circulation re established. the least bit of snralcal not Interfering lrltb pais and the value of 3.C00 bushels, at 3 cents per bushel, Let us neither underrate inches deep. Across the bottom of the occupation. InI cure Sly treatment by Acupuiwfure and Absorption checks the curtain the border was a little deeper, detail, nor mistake the reason for rules $108; 5 per cent Interest on laad at Stricture. strumentstricture without the knife or acts hlch by an application overflow of blood to the scrotal eini and removes the stagof behavior. Rules make social Inter $75 per acre, $225; taxes, $30; total cost and was set up from the Iwttom, leav cirectlv en the Darts aAVcted. dtisolrlnc nant blood that obstruets the circulation, so that the gancourse easier, but many rules which, of growing sixty acres, $547.50. This and the stricture completely by rsy ing about 3 inches of the burlap glionic nenes. the weakness o which causes Varicocele, are nWlcal treatment. My treatment ls painless and Is no restored to drensth, nnd normal circulation to the organs is are excellent and necessary in a com- makes the cost $9.12 per acre, or 15 it. fcUe Interferes with our business duties. resumed without a Eltn cr symptom of Varicocele ecer A. S. TANNER. was an oitreniely effect ive curtain, plicated fcociety such as Washington cents per bushel. It In treating Varicocele It Is always necessary to cure the very quickly and with or Newport are absurd If applied In Loss of Manly Vigor. SS-F- S StafiWU the and compllcaUons. If the dtease has been neglected, which ar. - of a ltalltv. th will restore to you tbeh snan.I little was made a busy housekeeper. smaller towns or country places, where There has been much said recently expense by otten worso than the cause, and I neer dismiss a patient Iqm nf which mar-lm and vltror th may be few. about theeost of raising corn. Some until I hare restored the prrtate organs to their natural" The use of burlap Ls being revived life Is simple and rules result of Indiscretions, excesses and unnatural weakness. size, strength and soundness, revitalised the nervous system-grow of your correspondents v so that nervousness dlp?ears. stopped all Mtnl drains and for a number of purposes. It Is often Because certain methods are in vogue corn much cheaper thanseem to The priIt may be In Its may others. Contagious Blood Poison, mary etace. it emissions, revived sexual power and renewed the body with wallpaper-sometia court reception, it does not mean at used as a substitute for a robust condition and perfect health. haa been heredltarr In the form of a deep frieze that these methods need be followed following Is the cost of growing a There are thousands of men deceived br unskilled doctor, or contracted In early days. I stop Its progress, eradiwho claim to cure Varicocele hr annlleatlons of medicine. paper below; or a ligured by a housewife who gives a party to bushel of corn in Hancock County, Illicate eery estls;e of poison from the eysteni. and this with the schemes. and many without the uso of mercury or potash. land. nun. ja. ULr. M. d. electricity, ls suspensories Bra romanvother deceptivebecome so wn( hato wny tbtrr, burlap Is used upon the walls, with her village neighbors. Perhaps every- nois, on $125 year, I had ninety acres hl, UATIf ANIFr. JC KB8, M. r. half skeptical as to think there lsno cure for them. There never XewJr contracted cases cured. a Varioaeala plain burlap for frieze and dado, or body would be more comfortable with In corn this'hired labor. of I which was Private Diseases. All Durnlnf and ttcldns. Inby surgical operation or a cure figure all.JS w methods.for Varicocele exceptare often dangerous, i flammation and unnatural wik- Surgical operation my Ml a PrtttntiOat "Can AIL frieze only. It comes in. green, blue, simpler ways. And so In most other farmed by per per CONSULTATION rRfiU ness stopped In 14 hours: cures effected In ? days. 5 cent and painful. red and brown; in fact, nearly every matters of etiquette. What might be money atwear and and allow 10 and Xo Care, Jfo Par Every patient ls itlvcn a written Kdarantee to refund every tear on horses good for oue place could be bad In an- cent for 'Hours, S A. M. lolKJt I'dranii- - IWenrr! oec nt Man CttraA. -Jceesj- dollar paid for service in a stated length of time If thev do not receive a complete, melons; inwnuilHltwiiuMji i'ivii yyitu. ruuj- cnrui: tj.t color may be procured. Helen M. Saadajj. 3 A. SI. 'o other if it seemed forced and exotic. implements, but do not count anycrop evideaea t euro and entlro satisfaction, and r.ty in Xjidicj.' Woild. financial standing; is ail DttUlA, anyone that I am entirely responsible for any contract that is not fullllled. -- , 1VR1TE for symptom blanks Manners should adjust themselves terest on buildings. Sly average lwtnrnsi. Drtir,. Sttettd Part: Xtrtmu and by correspond at Car home treatment and rov jVe. j?tula H't4rotU, Xvptvrf. JT7i. Blood end Constellation Free, ronnrirntlal aad always lavltesl. both saltoffice convenience of any- - -Covrneaa In booth Indiana. nicely to every society. You must, in for thirteen years is fifty bushels to the oZ ence. Successful treatment by the made Terms are laiit Eoofc on Dlscatcs itin tH,tat, MdntMlatiaerttiit ProilatleMteaui. Doctor II. f. AVolfc, Xcw Albany, u certain sense, be your own law: you acre, and the average price is 35 cents one applying for treatment and mall. reasonable charges. Ijo nottotreat elsewhere until you have., r?y laccstlgated toy methods and terms. Ofdce hours during week, a.m. toS p.m.; Sundays, 9 to Ind. is an enthusiast about cowpcas must act from within; you cannot per bushel. , forty-five OR. NATHANIEL K. KING, acres at 5 per Street, St. Loals. Xo. OIIAS. A. DCFF, M. D. 810 Oil Interest on for his part of the State, aad he has read a book and become a lady. - Burlington Building--. Directly Opposite South Side of Tost Ofllctv some experience that justifies the eu- - ' It is a curious fact that an attempt cent, $281.25;' labor for two and one- - J RECIPES.
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first introduced. The records show to be the most popular that it course ever offered at Missouri Uniproved so interesting that versity. It a number of the professors enrolled themselves as students and entered the poultry department. The highest grades in the class weie made by two mt'iubcio of the faculty. "Another reason for the extension of the fouise is that the ioultry business has boiouie one of the leading industries in Missouri, the annual Income from the samp now being estimated at
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Grocery Store Guide: Healthy Buys
Sacramento State Health Center Health Education Department (916) 278-5422
Healthy Bread Recommendations:
Oroweat 100% whole wheat 100% whole grain or 100% whole wheat Light Alvarado Street Bakery Sprouted Breads Sara Lee 100% whole wheat or Multi-Grain Bakers Inn 100% whole wheat Country Farms Stone Ground Whole Wheat Trader Joes Sprouted Breads
Sweets: Pudding: Jell-O 100 calorie pudding cups Jell-O smoothie snacks Label & Nutrient Alert:
Choose whole grains for fiber! Look for 100% whole wheat or grain on the package or whole wheat or grain flour as the first item of the ingredients list. High fiber: 5 or more grams per serving Good Source of fiber: 2.54.9 grams per serving. More or added fiber: at least 2.5 grams or more per serving than the original. Aim for 25-35 grams of fiber per day!
Hunts Fat Free Pudding Snacks Cookies: Kashi TLC Chewy Cookies (limit to one or two pieces) Ginger Snaps Trader Joes Cats Cookies 100 Calorie Packs Hot Cocoa: Swiss Miss No Sugar Added Nestle Carnation Sugar free
Healthy Bagel Recommendations: Sweets:
Ice Cream/ Frozen Yogurt: Silhouette Skinny Cow Varieties Breyers 100 calorie cups Fudge Bars store brand Healthy Choice low-fat ice cream Dryers Frozen Yogurt or Slow Churned Ice Cream Tofutti Cuties Haagen Daz Frozen Yogurt or Sorbet Juice bars: Welchs Fruit Juice Bars Dole Fruit N Juice Bars Dryers Whole Fruit Trader Joes Fruit Floes
Label & Nutrient Alert:
Choose Bagels with less than 300 calories and more than 5 grams of fiber.
Oroweat 100% whole wheat or Health nut Thomas 100% whole wheat mini bagels.
Healthy bun/muffin/roll Recommendations:
Francisco whole wheat French rolls Oroweat whole wheat Dinner rolls Artificial Sweeteners Artificial sweeteners such as Splenda or NutraSweet are calorie free but provide that sweet taste. They can be a good way to lower calories in foods that are normally higher in calories and provide little nutrition. Use artificial sweeteners in moderation as you would anything else! Oroweat whole wheat Hamburger and hot dog buns Trader Joes Zen Bakery Fiber cakes or muffins
Healthy Pita Bread Recommendations:
Thomas whole wheat pita Trader Joes whole wheat pita Sara Lees 100% whole wheat pita
Healthy English Muffin Recommendations:
Thomas Multi Grain Light Oroweat 100% whole wheat muffin.
What are net carbs?
Net Carbs, Low Carbs, Effective Carbs, etc. are not approved as definitions by the FDA. These products usually replace flour and sugar with wheat protein, fiber, soy protein or artificial sweeteners. They may also include sugar alcohols or more fat Choose healthy items by looking at the total Carbohydrates content listed on the food label. Choose foods high in fiber and low in added sugars.
Granola/ Cereal/ Fruit Bars: Healthy Valley Fruit Bars or Granola Bars Natures Valley Fruit and Nut Trail Mix Bars or Crunchy Granola Bars Kashi Chewy or Crunchy Granola Bars Fiber one Nutri-Grain Fruit and Nut bars Microwave Popcorn: Smart Balance Light
Bean Dips: Trader Joes Spicy Black Bean Guiltless Gourmet spicy Black Bean Bearitos Vegetarian Hummus: Athenos-All Varieties Wildwood All Varieties Sabra Trader Joes All Varieties Emerald Valley All varieties Salsa: All Kinds!!! ( Compare Brands and choose a lower sodium Variety)
Healthy Pizza Shell Recommendations:
Boboli Whole wheat Trader Joes almost whole wheat pizza dough
Check for trans fat: Is partially hydrogenated listed on the ingredients list.if so, move fast!
Bearitos No Oil Added Newmans Own Lighten Up Orville Redenbachers Smart Pop Or, pop your own with an air popper!!!
Crackers: Healthy Valley Low-Fat Whole Wheat Ry-Krisp Wheat Thins 100% Whole Grain Ak-Mak Reduced Fat Triscuit Kashi TLC 7-Grain Hain Wheatettes Whole Foods 365 Baked Woven Wheats All-Bran Graham Crackers: Healthy Valley Oat Bran or Rice Bran Hain Honey or Cinnamon Grahams New Morning Cinnamon Grahams Barbaras Go Go Grahams (8=2 sheets) 100 Calorie Packs
Healthy Tortilla Recommendations:
La Tortilla Factoryany variety Trader Joes whole wheat flour tortillas Trader Joes organic whole wheat wraps Trader Joes handmade corn tortillas Alvarado Street Bakery Ezekiel Sprouted Tortillas Any corn tortilla
Watch out for trans
bars: choose bars made with whole grains and more fiber.
For Microwave Pop-
corn: 100 calorie bags are a great option
Healthy Waffle Recommendations:
Kashi frozen waffles Vans Multigrain frozen waffles Optimum frozen waffles Kelloggs Nutrigrain frozen waffles Krusteaz wheat & honey pancake mix Bisquick Heart Smart mix
Healthy Cereal (cold) Recommendations:
Kashi varieties Natures Path Raisin Bran Fiber One Honey Cluster All Bran Wheat Flakes with Yogurt Bites Shredded Wheat Kelloggs Frosted Mini Wheats Wheat Chex Cheerios Bran Flakes Barbaras Bakery Puffins, Shredded Oats, or Shredded Spoonfuls Uncle Sam Cereal Optimum Slim Quaker Oat Bran or Crunchy Corn Bran Life Honey Bunches of Oats Trader Joes High Fiber Os Trader Joes Toasted Oatmeal Flakes
Label & Nutrient Alerts:
Choose cereals with more than 3 grams of fiber and less than 10 gram of sugar per serving. As always, the more fiber the better.
Baked Lays Baked Tostitos Guiltless Gourmet Genisoy Soy Crisps Garden of Eatin Baked Mini Rice Cakes Quaker Soy Crisps 100 Calorie Packs Pretzels: Pennysticks Brand Newmans Own Spelt Trader Joes Whole Grain Pretzel Sticks
Quick Tip: Portion Control!
Look at the serving
size and the calories and fat. Will you eat more than one serving?
Aim for approximately
200 calories or less for snacks
100 calories packs are
a convenient option for snacking.
Pretzels might be fat-
free, but theyre not calorie or sodium free!!!
Healthy Cereal (hot) Recommendations:
Quick Tip: Guidelines for choosing snack bars:
100-200 calories, <3
Oats (quick, rolled, or steel cut), any brand Kashi Breakfast Pilaf Natures Path Mutligrain or Oat Bran Cereal Roman Meal Cream of Rye or Multi-Grain Arrowhead Mills Oat Bran, Cracked Wheat, 4-Grain with Flax or 7Grain Wheatena Quaker Oat Bran or Multi-Grain
Snack Bars: Luna Bar Pria Bar Kashi Go Lean Crunch Kashi Granola Bars Clif Nectar Lara Bar Fiber One
grams saturated fat, and 3 grams of fiber.
Try choosing bars with
whole grains, fruits and/or nuts.
Couscous is fast cooking. Give whole wheat a try!
Trader Joes Whole Wheat Near East-all varieties Casbah-all varieties
Any brand of whole wheat pasta! Westbrae Natural whole wheat or spinach spaghetti Hodgson Mill whole wheat spaghetti Trader Joes whole wheat pasta Buitoni Light or whole wheat raviolis
Meal Bars: Kashi Go Lean Power Bar Harvest Clif Bar Clif Bar Mojo Slim Fast Genisoy Balance Bar Shakes: Kashi Go Lean
Guidelines for choosing Meal Bar: 200-300 calories, <3 grams saturated fat, 3-5 grams fiber and 10-15 grams protein Supplement with fruits, vegetables or yogurt Guidelines for choosing meal shakes: 200-300 calories, <2 grams saturated fat, 10-15 grams protein and the more fiber the better!
Trader Joes Organic Quinoa
Slim Fast Glucerna Weight Management or Regular Boost Zone Perfect
Cooking Tip: 1/2 cup of dry pasta makes about 1 cup cooked. Look for quinoa in the bulk foods section and save money!!! Quinoa is high in protein and a good source of fiber.
Ancient Quinoa Harvest
Healthy Choice Weight Watchers Smart Ones Lean Cuisine Michelinas Lean Gourmet Kashi Trader Joes Sweet and Sour Shrimp with Rice Shrimp Stir Fry Low-Fat Chicken Chow Mein Vegan Pad Thai With Tofu Vegetable Rice Bowl Chicken, Vegetable, and Teriyaki Rice Bowl Sesame Soba Noodles Roasted Vegetable Enchiladas Black Bean and Corn Enchiladas Chicken Enchiladas 99% Fat Free Bean and Rice Burrito
Guidelines for choosing frozen entres: <4 grams saturated fat, >10 grams protein, and <700 mg sodium per entre Choose entrees with 200-400 calories if weight loss is your goal Supplement frozen meals with extra fruits and/or veggies
Any brand of brown or wild rice Success boil-in-thebag brown or whole grain rice Uncle Bens Fast and Natural Brown Rice Uncle Bens Whole Grain Brown Rice Medley Trader Joes California Aromatic Brown Rice Trader Joes Fully Cooked Brown or Wild Rice ( shelf or frozen) Trader Joes Brown Basmati Rice Expressions Fully Cooked Brown Rice (frozen foods Aisle)
Amys Cedarlane Cascadian Farm Ethnic Gourmet Celentano Whole Foods Trader Joes Varieties ( see Trader Joes)
Quick tip: Look for grains with at least 2 grams of fiber per serving. More is even better!!!
Look for brown or
wild rice in the bulk foods section to save money
Kraft Light Done Right
Sargento reduced fat, shredded or sliced Laughing Cow Light Original Swiss, Garlic Herb Cheese Wedge Borden 2% slices Laughing Cow Mini Babybel Light Kraft 2% sliced, shredded or block Jarlsberg Lite Sliced Reduced Fat Swiss Cabot 75% Reduced Fat Cheddar Any Brand Part Skim Mozzarella String cheese regular or light President Fat Free Feta Trader Joes Light Feta Trader Joes whipped light cream cheese
Look for cheese with less
than 5 grams of fat per ounce
Good Seasonings Light Wish Bone Just 2 Good or Salad Spritzers Newmans Own Lighten Up Lighthouse Light Salsa Ranch Annies Naturals Low-Fat Raspberry Vinaigrette, LowFat Honey Mustard, Roasted Red Pepper or Low-Fat Gingerly Vinaigrette Follow Your Heart Low-Fat Caesar or Ranch Trader Joes: Reduced Fat Blue Cheese, Caesar or Cilantro, Low-Fat Parmesan Ranch, Tuscany Italian, Low-Fat Raspberry Vinaigrette, Asian Style Spicy Peanut
Using shredded cheese
allows you to add flavor in smaller portions
Use strong flavored
cheese to add flavor in smaller portions.
Light, Low-Fat, Reduced Fat: Light: 33% fewer calories or 50% less fat per serving than a comparable product Low-Fat: 3 grams of fat or less per 100 calories Reduced fat or Reduced calories: at least 25% less per serving compared to a reference food. Look for salad dressing with 7 or fewer grams of fat.
Cottage cheese is a good
source of protein.
Knudsen FatFree Or 1% Lucerne FatFree or 1% Any brand of fat-free or 1%
Smart Balance Light Land O Lakes Light Brummel and Brown Spectrum Naturals Take Control Light Benecol Light I Cant Believe Its Not Butter Spray
Mustard: Grey Poupon Deli Mustard Dijonaise Annies Naturals Dijon Sierra Nevada Frenchs Yellow Mayonnaise: Best Food Light Or Reduced-Fat
Milk: Any Brand of fat-free or 1% Sour Cream: Knudsen Fatfree or Light Sour Cream: Naturally Yours Fat-free Sour Cream: Trader Joes Light Sour Cream: Lucerne Fatfree Smoothies: Nouriche Light Smoothies: Dannon Light and Fit Yogurt: Dannon Light and Fit Yogurt: Dannon Activia Yogurt: Yoplait Light Yogurt: Horizon Fat free Yogurt: Stoneyfield Farms fat-free or low-fat Yogurt: Trader Joes Organic Low-fat Yogurt: Any Fat Free plain
Milk and yogurt contain
the natural sugar lactose. They also offer protein, calcium and vitamin D
Use fat-free sour cream
in place of mayo in recipes
Yogurt: watch for added
sugars. Look for clues on the ingredients list like sugar, sucrose or high fructose corn syrup. Limit added sugars to less than 10% of your total calories (on a 2000 calorie diet that=200 calories from sugar. 200 calories of sugar is = to 50 grams of added sugar)
Look out for Trans-Fat
Smart Balance Omega Plus Marinades: Mrs. Dash KC Masterpiece Premium Marinades and BBQ Sauce Safeway Select BBQ sauces
Look for yogurts with less
than 25g sugar listed on the food label or buy plain yogurt and sweeten naturally with fruit.
Canned Tomatoes: Muir Glen Fire Roasted
Canned Fruits: Make sure to drain.
Libbys Guava, Papaya, Mango or Mixed Fruit Del Monte or Geisha Mandarin Orange Sections Dole Tropical Fruit Salad Del Monte no sugar added fruit cups Dole In Its own Juice Fruit cups Dole Pineapple cups 100% Juice Sunny Select unsweetened applesauce cups Motts no sugar added or healthy harvest applesauce cups Tree Top no sugar added applesauce cups
Tomato Sauce: Amys Organic Low Sodium Marinara Ragu Tomato Basil Light
Fruit contains the natural sugar fructose along with fiber, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients Choose fresh or frozen more often and canned or dried less often. Raisins are a good source of potassium
Quick Tip: Compare brands to find lower sodium varieties
Watch for sodium Limit sodium to
365 Organic (whole Foods) Classico Tomato Basil Muir Glen Organic Healthy Choice
2,400 mg or less per day. Look for sodium content on the food label.
Choose soups and
canned items lower in sodium
Sunmaid raisins mini snack packs or boxes Sunsweet snack size dried plums
Choose broth based
soups over creamy soups
Choose no salt
added diced tomatoes
Choose items lower
in sodium and fat.
Any Fresh!!! Birds Eye Frozen Steam Fresh (cook in the bag!) Green Giant simple steamed frozen vegetables (cook in the package) Alexia Sweet Potato Fries Simply Potatoes Cool Cuts Ranch/Carrot or celery/peanut butter combo Manns Sugar Snap Peas Trader Joes: Herb salad mix or other pre-cut dark green lettuce Stir-fry veggies Pre-cut vegetables (cook in bag) Sugar Plum Tomatoes Celery/ Peanut butter Combo Frozen Edamame Frozen stir-fry mixes
Trader Joes Pre-Made Salads: Garden Salad, Reduced Fat Greek or Reduced fat Southwest
Broth Healthy Valleychoose no salt added Imagine Pacific Swanson Organic Vegetable Swanson Natural Goodness Chili Healthy Valley choose no salt added Amys all varieties Trader Joes Organic Vegetable Chili Trader Joes Turkey Chili Dennisons 99% Fat Free Stagg 99% Fat Free
Healthy Valley great variety of lower sodium soups, 40-90% less than comparable brands Amys Light in Sodium varieties Healthy Choice all varieties Campbells Healthy Request all varieties Progresso 50% Less sodium McDougalls Soup Cups or Baked Ramen Spice Hunter Soup Cups Healthy Valley Soup Cups Trader Joes Organic Soup cups
Choose fresh or frozen veggies whenever possible. If you buy canned, look for no salt added versions Fill half your plate with veggies at dinner! Bring carrots to school or order a side salad instead of fries!!! Try a vegetarian dish the next time you eat out
Any fish or shellfish!!! Tuna or Salmon, canned in water
Soy Cheese: Yves Good Slices Veggie Slices or Shreds Tofu Rella Soy Kaas Soy Meat Alternatives: Boca-all varieties Morningstar all varieties Yves-all varieties Gimme Lean Dr. Praegers Veggie Burgers Trader Joes Meatless Meatballs Amys Veggie Burgers LightLife all varieties Garden burger all varieties Tofurky
Reduce saturated fat in your diet by trying vegetarian alternatives of burgers, bacon, sausage, hot dogs or corn dogs! Choose soy milk that is fortified with calcium and vitamin D. Choose varieties with less than 3g fat. Firm Tofu works well in stir-fries while soft or silken works great in sauces Watch out for Sodium!! Try marinating your own in Mrs. Dash Marinade. Try seitan in enchiladas. Try tempeh in fajitas or grilled with bbq sauce on a bun
Look for Omega-3 fatty acids! Aim for 2 servings of omega-2 rich fish per week ( only 2, 3 oz portions). Choose Salmon, Lake Trout, Albacore Tuna, Herring, Mackerel, or Sardines Look for convenient packaging such as vacuum sealed packets or low fat tuna salad kits.
Soy Products: Soy Products:
Soy Milk: Silk Soy Milk Tofu-Flavored: Soy Deli Baked or Smoked Nasoya Marinated Wildwood Baked or Smoked Trader Joes Organic Baked Tofu Whitewave Baked
Extra lean ground turkey Jennie O Lean Sausage Pattie or Links Skinless turkey or chicken breast Deli sliced turkey or chicken breast (try Healthy Choice or Foster Farms) Chicken, canned in water Pre-cooked: Foster Farms chicken breast strips Tyson chicken breast strips Trader Joes just chicken pre-cooked slices
Extra lean: less than 5 grams fat, less than 2 trams saturated fat and less than 95 mg cholesterol per serving Lean: less than 10 grams fat, less than 4 grams saturated fat and less than 95 mg cholesterol per serving Watch out for sodium in deli meat. Look for the American Heart Association (AHA) symbol-it means the product is low in fat and lower in sodium.
8th Continent Light Trader Joes Vanilla Soy Slender Westsoy low-fat or fat free Soy Yogurt: Whole Soy Silk Soy Yogurt Trader Joes Tofu-Plain: Azumaya Nasoya Whitewave Reduced Fat Mori-Nu Silken Soy Deli Nigari Firm Trader Joes Organic
Seitan: Whitewave traditional, seasoned or chicken style Tempeh: Whitewave, any variety Wildwood Soy rice, sea veggie or onion herb Soy Deli Soy Tempeh
Jams/ Jellies Smuckers Simply Fruit or Low-Sugar Knotts Light Trader Joes Organic Fruit Spreads Peanut Butter/ Nut Butters: Laura Scudders Natural Peter Pan Natural Adams Natural Skippy Natural Smart Balance Omega Trader Joes Natural Trader Joes Almond Butter Extra lean ground beef Buffalo or Ostrich burger Veal Venison Lean Roast Beef Steak: filet mignon, flank, skirt, sirloin, round.
Look for no added sugar or reduced sugar. No added sugar= no sugar or ingredients containing sugar added during processing Reduced sugar= at least 25% less sugar than comparable food Sugar free= less than 0.5 grams sugar per serving. Watch out for trans fat!!! Peanut butter has healthy fat :)
Watch for saturated fats and choose lean!!! Limit intake to 10% of total calories. Look at saturated fat content on the food label. Low in saturated fat= less than 1 gram per serving
Pork Loin Center cut, boneless pork chops Lean ham Lean Deli sliced ham (try healthy choice or foster farms)
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