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  1. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a problem caused by the presence of one or more of these findings: not being able ...
  2. ... raw. But be sure to wash it first. Add a little lemon juice or dressing, and perhaps ... allow them to wilt a bit before serving. Add it to a smoothie. Tear off a handful, ...
  3. ... your main meals. Getting more calories and protein: Add grated cheese to soups, sauces, casseroles, vegetables, mashed ... as a dip for raw vegetables and fruit. Add peanut butter to sauces or use on waffles. ...
  4. ... need to simmer it in water like rice. Add 1 part quinoa to 2 parts water or ... simmer until tender, for about 15 minutes. To add quinoa to your diet: Add cooked quinoa to ...
  5. ... is in the salad. It is OK to add small amounts of dressing and toppings, however, if ... overdo it with high-fat or high-sugar add-ins, your salad may cause you to exceed ...
  6. ... nutritive (or sugar-free) sweeteners. You can also add flavor to plain water or seltzer with fresh ... though these drinks are just liquid, they can add a lot of calories to your diet. And, ...
  7. ... they come into contact with water. This gel adds bulk to your stool, which keeps bowel movements ... need to be ground for maximal benefit. To add chia seeds to your diet: Add them to ...
  8. ... Use them in salads and other dishes to add zest. ... Explore cooking with salt substitutes. Add a splash of lemon and other citrus fruits, or wine, to soups and other dishes. Or, use them as a marinade ...
  9. ... Get creative when adding dairy to your diet: Add milk to high-fiber cereal Cook your oatmeal ... cheese on wheat crackers and top with tomatoes Add a spoonful of nonfat cottage cheese to scrambled ...
  10. You can add calories to your food by doing the following: Ask your provider first if it is OK to do so. Add butter or margarine to foods when you are ...
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