by Gerry Aire
Botionizer™ Website (from New York, USA)
At Botionizer™ blog/website, I present interesting and useful information related to food and nutrition that I’ve stumbled across over the years, including healthy tips and recipes. The main focus is on healthy nutrition tips and easy recipes. Originally collected for my own use, I’ve decided to make this data available online to anyone who might be interested. The sidebar at right is your index to find what you need.
You’ll notice my recipes are straightforward. I just give the ingredients, and how to put them together, plus a few helpful notes if necessary. My niche here is simple, delicious, healthy and inexpensive meals that don’t involve a lot of prep work beforehand or clean up afterward. Try them and you’ll see why I like them so much.
See the list of recipes and nutrition topics in the sidebar at right. New entries are added all the time, so check back often!
Please tell others about Botionizer if the information here would be useful to them. Feel free to link to this site if the information here would interest your site’s visitors: the URL is https://botionizer.wordpress.com
Don’t forget to bookmark this site for your own regular access (especially the pages that feature low sodium food choices at your favorite restaurants, if that’s what you need).
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