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What’s for Dinner? Quick & Healthy One-Pot Meals
Word count: 865, includes recipe
One-pot meals can be the solution to quick and easy cooking when no one really has the time to cook… read more.
The Last Minute Cook
Ask almost anyone who is in charge of putting the daily dinner on the table what the most dreaded chore is and you’ll likely hear a complaint about meal planning… read more.
Send Kids Back to School
with a Healthy Diet
The start of the school year can indeed be a busy time for families, but it is possible to make healthy meals even with time constraints. It just takes a little know-how… read more.
Eating for Weight Loss
The dieter's rule of "eat less" should really be rephrased to "eat more fruits and vegetables!"… read more.
In Sickness and In Health: How What You Eat Can Affect Disease
Chronic disease sufferers typically receive detailed instructions regarding dosages of medication, but the conventional medical community is just starting to recognize the effects of diet on disease. For almost any type of ailment, choosing to practice a healthy diet can be an effective tool in any disease management strategy… read more.
All Fats Are NOT Created Equal
We’ve heard about saturated fats, unsaturated fats, and lately there’s been a lot of talk about trans-fats, but the messages can be confusing. It’s time to learn what all these fats mean and realize that all fats are not created equal… read more.
The Whole Story on Whole Foods: Why they’re important for a healthy body
Word count: 1147, includes recipe
The term “whole foods” has been thrown around so loosely that many people confuse it with “organic”. Make no mistake: these do not mean the same thing… read more.
What’s in your hamburger?
Penicillin and its derivatives account for up to 3/4 of the documented deaths from severe allergic reaction — anaphylaxis — in the U.S. These deaths occur mostly in people with no history of allergic reactions to penicillin, leading some scientists to believe that these unfortunate people may have been sensitized by eating meat or poultry from animals treated with antibiotics. Industrial meat producers are toying with human health, contaminating our environment, and torturing the animals we eat in order to turn a bigger profit…. Read more.