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Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, 3rd Ed. (Single Copy)
This easy to read “survival guide” outlines essential information for people diagnosed with Celiac disease.
Although it is an unconventional combination, beets and carrots unite to produce an exceptionally interesting and comforting flavor. Beyond that, these colorful vegetables can fill your soup bowl with a variety of nutrients and phytonutrients, as well as fiber.
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Simply delicious — prepared with just a little chopping and tossing — Tuscan Bean Salad is a flavorful dish that can help you reach the goal of 1½ to 2 cups of fiber-rich beans weekly for most people.
Put seafood on your plate — at least twice a week! Topped with fresh-made salsa, grilled tuna makes an easy meal — wherever fresh seafood is available.
Fresh from the market mushrooms, add B vitamins, vitamin D, potassium and selenium to dishes, yet with few calories and essentially no sodium or fat. Enjoy these sautéed herbed mushrooms over polenta, tossed with pasta, spread over pizza crust, or as a side for meat, poultry and fish.
A Southern favorite and healthy alternative to fried okra, this okra stew can be a quick and easy side dish for baked or grilled chicken breasts, lean pork chops, or fish — and, perhaps, a new-to-you way to fit vegetables in.
Succotash is a traditional American dish, made from corn and beans — local mainstays of the Native American diet. This updated version, served either as a side salad or center plate in a meatless meal, is prepared with edamame and corn, which provide complete protein.
When the mercury rises, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven. Try these cool, refreshing recipes for those hot summer days. No baking required!
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