Anti-Aging Diet: Eating to Age Gracefully (cont.)
Yield: Makes 3 1/2 cups or 10 servings (1/3 cup each); or 4 cups if adding white chocolate chips
Tangerine FreezeWebMD Weight Loss Clinic members: Journal a small serving as 1/2 cup low-fat yogurt sweetened with fruit or frozen + 1 portion fresh fruit.
This is a great recipe to try if you're looking for a way to "hide" yogurt. You'll never know there's yogurt in this fruity freeze.
1 cup tangerine or orange segments (mandarin oranges from can or jar, drained, can also be used)
Yield: 1 tall glass or two small smoothies
Published July 07, 2006.
Recipes provided by Elaine Magee; © 2006 Elaine Magee
SOURCES: Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, June 2005; 1049. Nutrition, March 2006:295. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2000; 19:312S-319S. Neurobiology of Aging, Sept. 2002: pp 747. Nicholas Perricone, MD, author, The Perricone Weight Loss Diet. Kenneth Ellner, MD, dermatologist, Atlanta. G. Susan Moores, RD, spokesperson, American Dietetic Association. Stephen Hsu, PhD, associate professor, School of Density, Medical College of Georgia. Elisa Zied, MS, RD, spokeswoman, American Dietetic Association; and author, What to Eat.
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