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Nutrition Advice & Tips

Collards and Kale…Stay Warm and Stay Well!

When we think of winter, often vegetables are overlooked. However, nutritionally, some of nature’s most powerful disease-fighters peek during this season. Collards and kale are part of the winter vegetable garden. They are from the cruciferous family of vegetables best known for cancer-fighting compounds; especially cancers of the bladder, breast, colon, ovary, and prostate. What […]

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Tailgating Dip Hit!!

With football season in full swing, there are many opportunities for tailgating and fun, finger foods. Some of the choices at the tailgate parties can be high in calories and fat and low in nutrition. Why not be the one who changes the game by bringing a snack that is full of nutrition? Here is […]

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Bite Into a Healthy Lifestyle-With Kids?

As we wrap up our series of blog posts dedicated to National Nutrition Month, I want to bring attention to the kids. Our kids get some nutrition education in school but it is really important that we educate them at home about purchasing and preparing healthy foods. Kids need to be in the kitchen with […]

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Join the Bandwagon!

March is National Nutrition Month, and you don’t want to miss your opportunity to join the bandwagon! This year’s theme is called Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle; encouraging the consumption of fewer calories, informed food choices, and daily exercise to achieve and maintain a healthy weight and reduce incidence of chronic disease. Join us all […]

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