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How To Be A Healthy Omnivore

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There is controversy in the nutrition world when it comes to meat consumption. Epidemiological studies in the past have found correlations between red and processed meat consumption and the heightened risk for certain cancers, heart disease and high cholesterol. Other studies have failed to find an association and it must be emphasized that correlation does […]

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Nature’s Toothbrush

  It’s fairly evident by now that fiber — umm — keeps you regular. That said, it’s still one of the more challenging foods for some of us to maintain with consistency in our diet. Fiber gets a bad rap because it evokes images of prunes and weird, grainy orange drinks. Not so yum. Only […]

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Touchdown Wings, Sauce, & Dip Recipes!

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Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner! In an effort to banish the bloat and feel your best this Sunday, check out the following recipe for wings and dip. They are sure to please the crowd and leave guests asking for more! Instead of deep frying the wings, the following method utilizes the oven for […]

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New Year, New Attitude

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“I’m never eating carbs again…” “Tomorrow, I start running 3 miles a day…” “2016 is the year I start eating green vegetables every day!…” The promises we make to ourselves in the wee hours of the New Year are not typically realistic. In fact, more often they are based on lofty images of perfection that […]

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Can Frozen Dinners Be Healthy?

In my early 20’s, when I was single, working full-time and always on the go, I admittedly used frozen dinners regularly to help me manage my budget and time. They were simple, easy, and offered me variety without going to the store, shopping and spending a ton of time in the kitchen. It seemed like […]

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