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Sleep: An Ingredient for a Healthy Life

July 31, 2014 Zachari Breeding

Most people know to get enough sleep. But busy lifestyles, erratic work schedules, or even new children (and puppies) can keep someone from getting the sleep they need. Current research now shows a connection between

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The Wonders of Watermelon

July 30, 2014 Sara Haas

Watermelon season is upon us, and if you have no clue how to pick a ripe one, don’t feel bad — you’re not alone. It can be intimidating and slightly uncomfortable trying to figure out

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Liver: It’s What’s for Dinner

July 29, 2014 Bethany Oxender

In American culture, the mention of organ meat does not typically evoke a mouth-watering response. Yet internationally, carnivores across the globe don't hesitate to devour this edible animal tissue, often considering it to be a delicacy. Internal

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Tamagoyaki: the Japanese Omelet

July 25, 2014 Melinda Boyd

Although May was National Egg Month in the U.S., in Japan eggs have a surprising appearance at all meals, making them well-celebrated year-round. Let me tell you one of my favorite parts about eggs in

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Drinking Your Calories: It All Adds Up

July 22, 2014 McKenzie Hall

Back in the '70s, liquid diets were hot — liquid meal replacements and diet shakes had just entered our lexicon. And today, with the popularity of juicing and a litany of beverage choices such as coffees,

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Kefir: A Party of Probiotics

July 17, 2014 Anne Cundiff

Do you eat food? Do you have a digestive tract? Have you ever been sick? Have you ever taken an antibiotic? Do you get heartburn or other related tummy issues? If you answered yes to

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Putting the “Smooth” in “Smoothie”

July 17, 2014 Marci Evans

Product Reviewed: Dynablend Horsepower Plus  As a dietitian, I’m embarrassed to admit that I’ve been way behind the smoothie bandwagon. Sure, I’ve made smoothies before. But over the past year or so, juicing and blending

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Salmon Potato Salad (Without Mayo!)

July 16, 2014 Janel Funk

Perhaps you’ve heard the recommendation to eat fish twice a week? Fish and seafood are major sources of healthy omega-3 fats and are also rich in other nutrients like vitamin D, selenium, protein and low in

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Are Healthy Fats Making a Comeback?

July 15, 2014 Gina Lesako

A recent staple of Paula Deen’s kitchen — butter — graced the cover of TIME magazine earlier this summer. Fat became public enemy No. 1 in 1970 when Ancel Keys published a study demonizing fat by

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Lemon-Zested Blueberry Crisp

July 11, 2014 Kate Scarlata

There is nothing quite as tasty as a fresh-picked blueberry bursting in your mouth on a warm summer day. In fact, summertime berry picking is one of my most-loved warm weather traditions.  Today, I combined

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Celebrating National Pickle Month

July 10, 2014 Vanessa Oliver

What do Cleopatra, Aristotle, Shakespeare, Napoleon, Queen Elizabeth and Amerigo Vespucci have in common? They would all have been enthusiastic celebrants of July’s National Pickle Month. In fact, they would probably celebrate with relish. (See

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Wild Shrimp Tacos

July 9, 2014 Megan Wolf

Shrimp tacos are a summertime favorite in my house! This recipe can be made by grilling or sautéing marinated shrimp and assembling tacos with your favorite fixings. Also great for a crowd, there’s something for

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Do You Have Insulin Resistance?

July 7, 2014 Jill Weisenberger

I am fond of saying that prediabetes is not pre-problem. Rather it is the problem and proof that insulin resistance has been going on for some time. It’s a hint that a diagnosis of type