- The Provence Cookbook by Patricia Wells
- Patricia Wells At Home in Provence by Patricia Wells
- A Culinary Journey in Gascony by Kate Hill
- Vegetable Harvest by Patricia Wells
- Salad As a Meal by Patricia Wells
- Monet's Palate Cookbook by Aileen Bordman & Derek Fell
- My French Kitchen by Joanne Harris & Fran Warde
- West Coast
Curb your cravings with healthy, high-fiber foods
Want to know the secret to staving off hunger? It’s simply eating foods that make you feel full. High-fiber foods, like whole grains, vegetables, legumes and beans, are digested more slowly, keeping you fuller for longer. While experts recommend that we get 20-25 grams (women) or 25-30 grams (men) daily, most of us barely meet the halfway mark.
Generally, the darker the color, the higher the fiber content.
BEANS & LEGUMES
BREADS & GRAINS
Whole grain breads: Select 7-grain, dark rye, cracked wheat, pumpernickel. Make sure “whole wheat” or another whole grain is listed as the first ingredient. Grains: Try bulgur wheat, brown rice, wild rice, and barley instead of white rice. Cereals: Look for those with 5 or more grams of fibre per serving.
NUTS AND SEEDS
- chia seeds