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Nutrition Tips

Spring Snickerdoodle Smoothie

healthy green smoothie

Spring has officially sprung! What better way to celebrate than with a healthy and refreshing snickerdoodle green smoothie? This indulgently healthy treat will leave your sweet tooth satisfied, without the guilt of an empty cookie jar.

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Mini Shepherd’s Pies Recipe

Healthy Mini Shepherd's Pie

St. Paddy’s Day is on its way! What better way to celebrate than with healthy and delicious miniature shepherd’s pies? Thanks to spinach and winter squash, this dish packs some powerful nutrients that help your body stay fueled and offer great health benefits. Perhaps it’s just the luck of the Irish that makes this dish both tasty and good for you.

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Chocolate Pom-Poms for Valentine’s Day

chocolate covered pomegranate seeds

Pomegranate fruit and juice have many healthy properties. They are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, are a good source of fiber and have anti-inflammatory properties. Studies show that eating the fruit and/or drinking the juice can help protect against disease. Learn what great nutrients one cup of pomegranate seeds contain, and enjoy this delicious dessert with your Valentine.

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Bok Choy Slaw Recipe

In recent years bok choy has become more widely available in the United States to consumers and nutritionally, bok choy is a great choice. It is low in calories and glycemic index and high in vitamins K, C and A. It can be added raw to salads or served cooked in a stir-fry or sautéed as a side dish (1 cup of cooked boy choy is only 20 calories). It is richer in vitamin A than some other cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts.

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Weight Loss Blues? New Hope For A New Year!

Year after year, “losing weight” is the most common New Years resolution. It is pretty safe to say it is also the worst kept resolution. There are a few key reasons why the weight loss resolution almost never sticks –

  • Research shows that almost all ‘diets’ have little, if any, lasting weight-loss effect
  • It’s humanly unnatural (if not impossible) to live in a constant state of mild hunger when food is readily available, and,
  • We’ve been told that to lose weight, you need to eat less and exercise more. But, studies show that exercising more stimulates one to eat more, in order to replace the calories burned by the exercise. In fact, for physically active people, caloric intake is very-well balanced by calories burned; almost automatically. Proof of that? Almost all people who have regularly exercised for years maintain the same body weight.

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Holiday dessert-worthy and still on the diet!

These days it is hard to find a recipe that works for everyone and still taste good enough to qualify as a holiday-worthy dessert. What with all of the gluten free, dairy free, grain free, and reduced sugar dietary needs, it is hard to accommodate them all. If you are a chocolate lover, this recipe will do just that—and still tastes great. You can even go ala mode with some coconut or almond milk ice cream!

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