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Avoid Botulism in Canned Foods

February 25, 2016 Angela Lemond

February is National Canned Food Month – a great time to remember that canned fruits and vegetables are an economical way to boost the amount of plant-based foods in our diets. But there are also

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Make It a MyPlate Night

August 3, 2015 Angela Lemond

August is Kids Eat Right Month™, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Academy Foundation's chance to highlight the fight for our children's healthy future. Find out how Academy members can become Kids Eat Right

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Draw a Circle Around This Spiral Slicer

January 5, 2015 Angela Lemond

Product Reviewed: Sur La Table Spiral Slicer I love kitchen gadgets. They make food preparation so much more interesting and can give a creative twist to foods that have grown too comfortable, don’t they? It’s

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Farmers Market Recipe Challenge for Kids

August 1, 2014 Angela Lemond

Everyone is born with his or her own personality, and these same traits influence a person’s relationship with food. My 10-year-old daughter, Hannah, was born with a confident, adventurous personality. It is no coincidence that

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FODMAP-friendly Banana Flax Smoothie

April 16, 2014 Angela Lemond

Did you know Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects between 25 and 45 million Americans? It affects women more than men, and it can be fairly debilitating for some people. The symptoms of IBS include abdominal

March-April 2014

The Doctor’s Diet

February 24, 2014 Angela Lemond

The Doctor’s Diet claims to be a flexible plan to help participants lose weight, restore health, prevent disease and ultimately live longer. The diet is broken up into three plans: Stat, Restore and Maintain. Readers