ARCHITECT: Stan Sackley
This house was custom built for the current owners’ parents after seeing a home Sackley had designed and lived in on the same street. Indicative of Sackley homes, the residence features a step-down bar, raked plaster walls, and stacked marble.
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Low-Glycemic Vegetables (5-8 servings) Nutrient-dense vegetables are a good source of low-glycemic carbohydrates that will give you energy but help to maintain even blood sugar levels. Several vitamins, such as vitamins A and C, and minerals such as iron and magnesium are also found in these vegetables plus many are high in calcium and fiber! If you do not see your favorite low-glycemic vegetable below, feel free to include it in your daily food regimen. The average amount of calories, carbohydrates, protein, fat, and fiber for the vegetables I provided are twelve calories, two grams of carbohydrates, one gram of protein, zero grams of fat, and two grams of fiber, in case you would like to compare your vegetable of choice to the ones in the recommended list. Whether you eat five, six, seven, or eight servings per day will be based on your personal caloric needs. Since everyone is different, you can tailor your green vegetable needs based on your overall caloric intake requirements. Low-sugar fruits are another source of carbohydrates and energy. In addition, they provide even more micronutrients to add to the variety of benefits the low-glycemic vegetables boast.
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