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Apple Pecan Refrigerator Oats

September 27, 2013 Marisa Moore

Everybody knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If you’re a skipper, you are missing out. Don’t have time? This refrigerator oats recipe delivers a wholesome breakfast in just a few minutes. 

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Pumpkin Spice Dark Hot Chocolate

September 26, 2013 Carlene Thomas

Are you the person who waits for autumn with baited breath in front of your local Starbucks? Does ‘PSL’ mean anything to you? Yes, I’m talking about pumpkin spice lattes and, come late winter, I

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Chickpea Eggplant Burgers

September 24, 2013 Janel Funk

I haven’t made veggie burgers in what seems like forever. That doesn’t mean we don’t eat them. Funk (my husband) and I go through a box of Dr. Praegers veggie burgers about every 10 days.

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How to Really Tell If You’re Hungry

September 23, 2013 Marci Evans

I talk about hunger a fair amount. Certainly more than the average person since I happen to be a nutrition therapist for a living. And perhaps more than other dietitians because I use an intuitive

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Mobile Food Pantries in the Rural South

September 20, 2013 Alexa Barbee

There are people all around the world who go hungry every day. Even though it may not seem like it to some, there are actually many, many people here in America who cannot afford food.

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Slammin’ Salsa with Black Beans and Corn

September 19, 2013 Jessie Erwin

Whenever I have open hours at our local natural foods store, I prepare a healthy sample for customers to nibble while they ask me nutrition questions. The sample serves as customer magnet, light refreshment and

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7 Tips For Battling Office Food Temptations

September 18, 2013 Tram Le

When I used to work at the hospital, I would constantly get invited to seminars, rounds, lunch or even a quick stop at the nurses’ lounge for a “snack” that a fellow coworker brought that

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Eating a Plant-based, Whole Grain Diet

September 17, 2013 Crystal Petrello

"If you’re not going to finish your dinner, at least finish your vegetables." That was possibly the first and simplest dietary advice your parents ever gave you. But as we matured into responsible adults (an

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Preparing and Freezing Beans

September 16, 2013 Lindsay Livingston, RD

  As an RD, I constantly find myself encouraging my clients to eat more beans, as long as it doesn't bother their stomach. Beans are a great source of protein, they're packed with fiber and

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Celebrating Whole Grains Month

September 13, 2013 Sharon Palmer

There are so many fallacies out there regarding carbohydrates. You can thank the low-carb, high-protein diet craze for fueling our seemingly unending confusion about carbohydrates and the associated impacts on our health. Despite the confusion

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Black Bean Cookies

September 12, 2013 Meme Inge

I love using common ingredients in unconventional ways. Take black beans for example. They are great for adding protein and fiber to meals and snacks, but what about using them in baking? I know it

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Carrot Ginger Soup

September 10, 2013 Kate Scarlata

After a recent trip to the farm to harvest our very own carrots — I am still so excited I had the opportunity to pull carrots out from the ground! — I was on a

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Super-packed Snacks That Make The Grade

September 9, 2013 Angela Lemond

With school well underway, it's time to think snacks. While nutritious meals are of course imperative, purposefully mindful and healthy snacks to keep your child going throughout the day are equally as important. As parents, we

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Chocolate Almond Oatmeal Pancakes

September 5, 2013 Brieanna Casperson

Oats are an absolute staple in my pantry. I utilize them almost every day in my oatmeal, smoothies, breads and other baked goods. Plain oats are a versatile and wonderful source of fiber (4-6 g

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Try Some Not-so-common Beans

September 3, 2013 Alexandra Caspero

If you’ve heard the old playground song, you know that beans are good for your heart and um, well, you can probably finish the rest. Besides benefiting your heart and GI system, beans are a