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2 Cup Whole Wheat Flour

2 Cup All Purpose Flour

1 tsp Baking Soda

2 1/4 Cup Reduced Fat Buttermilk

1/2 Cup Dried Cranberries

-Mix Dry Ingredients together.  Make a well in the center and pour buttermilk in.  Stir from the inside out until well-mixed.  Shape the dough into  a round shape  on a lightly floured surface.  Put on a greased and slightly floured baking sheet.  Make an ‘X (score) on the top and bake  for 20 minutes at 450 degrees.  Turn down the heat to 400 degrees and bake for 30 minutes.  Cool on cooling rack and serve.  Serves 16.

**Recommended to have with unsweetened Irish Black Tea

**Per serving (1/16th of a piece): 143 calories, 5 grams protein,  5 grams fiber, 0.5 grams fat



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Flat Belly

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With the Summer in its final weeks, our offices are busy with clients desperate for strategies to slim down and get their tummies looking beach body flat and toned.  This is such a popular request that I decided to offer up my top five strategies for a flat belly year round.

Keep in mind this list is just a general starting point for healthy eating and should not be used in place of seeing your doctor or consulting a registered dietitian.  Here’s to an amazing year of feeling and looking your best!

Strategy #1: Eat on Time!

Bloating is the number one complaint and often accompanied by gas, abdominal pain and acid indigestion.  Being busy and on the run causes many people to skip meals – so does :”dieting” and intentionally skipping meals.  Your body is a 24/7 machine in need of fuel to run smoothly throughout the day.  When we skip meals, air builds up in the system.

Talking, drinking and eating fast contribute to gas build up.  Going longer than four hours without eating is the top cause.  All leading to the build-up of gases in the upper digestive system.  Pain under the rib cage or chest and side stiches are often associated with gas too -it’s got to go somewhere. Read more on 5 Eating Strategies for a Flat Belly…

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