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  • Weight Gain at College

    01/20/2015

    The Freshman 15, as it is commonly know, is a real concern for many college students — not just freshman and not always 15 pounds, sometimes less, sometimes more. freshman 15 weight gain college college nutrition Weight Gain at College Weight Gain at College Wendy Marcason The Freshman 15, as it is …

  • The Best Winter Foods for Kids

    01/19/2015

    When the temperatures drop and the daylight hours are shorter, energy levels can take a big dip, right along with mood. These foods will help your kids stay healthy — and happy — this winter. winter foods winter vegetables season affective disorder Best Winter Foods for Kids The Best Winter Foods fo…

  • Protect Your Health - Immune-Boosting Nutrition

    01/27/2015

    Good nutrition is essential to a strong immune system, which may offer protection from seasonal illness such as the flu, as well as other health problems. immune-boosting nutrition immune system seasonal illness good nutrition arthritis allergies abnormal cell development cancer Protect Your Health …

  • Should We Eat Like Our Caveman Ancestors?

    01/19/2015

    The Paleolithic (Paleo) diet, also called the "Caveman" or "Stone Age" diet, centers around the idea that if we eat like our ancestors did 10,000 years ago, we'll be healthier, lose weight and curb disease. Paleolithic diet Paleo diet Caveman diet Stone Age diet weight lose C…

  • Eating Right During Menopause

    01/21/2015

    For women, menopause is a time to take care of yourself by making healthy lifestyle choices. Eating well, reducing calories and being physically active will make this midlife transition easier. menopause nutrition menopause symptoms Eating Right During Menopause Eating Right During Menopause Wendy M…

  • Heart Health for Women

    01/22/2015

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death in American women. What a woman eats and her lifestyle choices play a big part in her heart health. heart disease cardiovascular heart health nutrition lifestyle prevention Heart Health for Women Heart Health for Women Wendy Marcason Heart disease is the l…

  • 8 Ways to Beat the Freshman 15

    01/20/2015

    While you can't handpick your freshman year roommate, you can take steps to eat healthy and avoid the dreaded Freshman 15 weight gain your first year of college. freshman 15 college nutrition freshman year college health 8 Ways to Beat the Freshman 15 8 Ways to Beat the Freshman 15 Wendy Marcaso…

  • Exploring Aromatics

    12/29/2014

    Aromatics are vegetables that deliver deep, rounded flavor and aroma when heated or crushed. Exploring Aromatics Aromatics aromatic vegetables cooking vegetables aromatic vegetable flavors Exploring Aromatics Exploring Aromatics Sharon Denny The Foundation of Flavor From mirepoix in France to refoga…

  • Dos and Don'ts for Baby's First Foods

    01/12/2015

    Not sure how and when to get your baby started on solid foods? These tips will help you through this next phase of your baby's life. baby's first foods finger foods Dos and Don'ts for Baby's First Foods Dos and Don'ts for Baby's First Foods Katherine Serbinski Introducing you…

  • A World of Flour

    12/15/2014

    Today, supermarkets stock myriad milled options — beyond traditional wheat flour — reflecting increased consumer demand for diversity in the baking aisle. A World of Flour flour wheat-free flour wheat free flour gluten free flour gluten-free flour A World of Flour A World of Flour Sharon Denny Beyon…

  • Tips for Fueling Up on the Go

    01/12/2015

    Make sure your body has the fuel it needs whether you are traveling with a sports team, going straight from school or work to practice or simply looking to catch a good workout while on vacation. eating on the road travel food quick meals fast food Tips for Fueling Up on the Go Tips for Fueling Up o…

  • Timing Your Nutrition

    12/30/2014

    There are some common truths that apply for pre- and post-workout nutrition, whether you're a weekend warrior or a seasoned veteran. timing your nutrition sports nutrition exercise nutrition workout fuel fitness Timing Your Nutrition Timing Your Nutrition Christopher R Mohr PhD RD As a sports di…

  • Eating for Strength and Recovery

    01/07/2015

    What you eat after an injury can help you recover from surgery, heal wounds and strengthen bones and muscles to get you back to an active lifestyle. strength recovery exercising after surgery Eating for Strength and Recovery Eating for Strength and Recovery Christine Rosenbloom Active people don'…

  • What Is the Ancient Grain Freekeh?

    12/31/2014

    Freekeh is an old grain. Ancient, in fact. Compared to other grains, it is higher in protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and lower in glycemic index. freekeh grain ancient grain glycemic index What is the Ancient Grain Freekeh? What Is the Ancient Grain Freekeh? Sharon Denny Ancient Grain a Nutrition…

  • Holiday Helper Safe Cooking Temperature Chart

    12/23/2014

    Use this quick reference temperature chart to ensure your holiday dishes are safe and delicious. safe cooking temperature cooking temperature food thermometer holiday meals holiday cooking Holiday Helper Safe Cooking Temperature Chart Holiday Helper Safe Cooking Temperature Chart Wendy Marcason From…