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A Guy's Gotta Eat

The regular guy's guide to eating

For a lotta guys, the kitchen is a foreign as a women’s shoe store.

 

Article by: Barbara Bowman


Related Videos Gourmet Sleuth brings the author of “A Guy’s Gotta Eat, the regular guy’s guide to eating smart,” Russ Klettke, to share his secrets and recipes for beating that problem, just as he’s done himself for years.

Even many men who are experienced at cooking elaborate feasts are at a loss when it comes to making a quick and nutritious meal – late on a Tuesday night, for example, when the day is long and the drive-through beckons.

The nutrition challenge for most men, single ones in particular, is to eat at home more – meals made outside the home average 55% more in calories and fat than those made in one’s own kitchen (SOURCE: American Dietetic Association).


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Each month Russ will provide a new article focused on a specific food or nutrition concept complete with easy to understand health information and a simple recipe. 

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Tinabee

10/18/2010
Wow this sounds great. My husband usually will turn down whatever vegetable meal I make in favor of pizza if you can believe it...but he's missing out. My son would love this! Thanks!

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