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Health Benefits of Pineapple

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Pineapple is a delicious tropical super fruit that blends perfectly into smoothies, adds a tangy sweetness to fruit salads and is a perfect snack by itself. Not only is the pineapple delicious, it is packed with many nutrients that boost immunity, re... Read full article

Make Healthy Eating Fun from Lunchtime to Lifetime

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Picture this as your child’s midday meal: a lunchbox filled with colorful tomatoes and peppers, strawberries and a pinwheel whole grain sandwich packed with spinach, lean turkey and low-fat cream cheese.... Read full article

Cumin Lamb Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

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These gluten-free stuffed sweet potatoes are packed with sweet ground lamb, cooked in the savory flavors of cumin and fennel.... Read full article

Broccoli Rabe

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You’ve seen it at the farmers market: the vegetable that looks like broccoli and kale had a lovechild. Broccoli rabe, also known as rapini, contains all the benefits of both in its leafy bouquet. This nutritionally dense vegetable is a secret super... Read full article

Let's Make 50 Your Best Milestone

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Step Up and Join the New 50... Read full article



Simple Spaghetti Squash with Herbed Ghee and Garlic

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If you are trying to follow the Keto or Paleo diet, this recipe should be a staple in your kitchen. ... Read full article

Wheatgrass

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Wheatgrass has proven itself to be a powerful food in the fight against cancer, obesity, and high cholesterol. It has earned the title, “super food,” because wheatgrass is packed with vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, and antioxidants. You c... Read full article

5 Tips to Propel You Over the Workout Wall

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Filling your body with the right fuel can help improve your workout performance. While overlooking pre-workout nutrition is easy to do, it may come at a cost in performance. Taking the time to fuel your body the right way helps ensure optimal perform... Read full article

A Pecan a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

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April is National Pecan Month, and it’s a great time to learn more about this powerhouse of nutrition. The word pecan is derived from an Algonquin word meaning “nut requiring a stone to crack.” Native tribes in the U.S. and Mexico relied on the nut f... Read full article