Nutrition And Diet

Appetite Control
17 JANUARY 2013

Fine Tune Exercise and Appetite Control

Appetite Control, Hormones and Exercise Tied In To Weight Loss Multiple studies conclude that sticking to a program of exercise that includes alternating walking, running and quiet time/meditation will aid in appetite control. It is proven that exercise impacts hormones which ties into burning calories and appetite control. One month is too short a time […]

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Lots of Broccoli
17 JANUARY 2013

Think Broccoli for Vitamin D Nutrition

Broccoli is a Key Vegetable for Attaining a Balanced Diet Understanding the diet and nutrition benefits of specific vegetables is important for your health. Broccoli stands out as one that is on the top tier of the nutrient rich options, specifically vitamin D. Vitamin D supplementing is one way to lower cholesterol levels. Adding broccoli, […]

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Moroccan Vegetarian Stew
10 JANUARY 2013

Moroccan Vegetarian Stew

  Need a recipe for a non-meat dish to rotate into your nutritious household menu? Try this spicy version of a vegetable stew. The flavors and spices are balanced perfectly when all vegetables listed in the recipe are used. Adjust the spices to your taste. This is a diabetic friendly recipe! Moroccan Vegetarian Stew Prep: 20 min. […]

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Choose the best Protein Powder
30 DECEMBER 2012

Selecting the Best Protein Powders

  A wide variety of proteins are available for consumption. Nutrition and health needs drive the decision each individual makes when choosing essential proteins. There are several factors to consider before making a decision on which protein power meets your need. How to Choose a Protein Powder Protein is a necessary component of the human […]

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soothing-tea
18 DECEMBER 2012

Soothe Overindulgence with Tea

Celebrate! It is important to have fun over the holidays. The volume of luscious food and drink during the short time between Thanksgiving and Christmas provide ample opportunity to enjoy once a year treats and rich foods. When the consequences sneak up and threaten to dampen your spirits, think about having a cup of tea. […]

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Red and White Quinoa Blog
11 OCTOBER 2012

How to Cook Quinoa

Easy Quinoa Recipe Quinoa (keen-o-ah): Delicious nutty flavor, quick & easy, nutritious, high protein Quinoa has the most protein of any grain,and the highest fat content. It’s a great source of vitamins & minerals, Quinoa is higher in lysine than wheat, and is considered a complete protein. Quinoa Factoid: Botanically, quinoa is not a grain, […]

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Recipe Blog - Corn Chowder
30 JULY 2012

Nutrition: Southern Corn Chowder Recipe

National Nutrition Month 2012 The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends many tips and recipes from Registered Dietitians to “Get Your Plate in Shape” during each year’s National Nutrition Month. Southern Corn Chowder with Potatoes Recipe Although there are many different varieties of corn, all are good in chowder. I’ve lived in six different Southern […]

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Recipe Blog - Raspberry Chocolate Banana Pudding
30 JULY 2012

Chocolate Banana Swirl – Gluten-Free

  If you have never eaten ricotta cheese for dessert, you are in for a treat. Some of us could eat ricotta cheese mixed with sugar by the spoonful! Add gluten-free chocolate pieces or raspberries for a nice twist. 4 servings Ingredients – 2 cups part-skim ricotta cheese – 1 tablespoon cocoa powder – 2 tablespoons […]

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Healthy Nutrition Blog
27 JULY 2012

Good Nutrition Starts With Expert Advice

Healthy Food is the Beginning Many people like to offer opinions on how to eat right, yet only a few actually have credentials. If you have been on the receiving end of questionable nutritional advice and wonder who to listen to consider seeking out a registered dietitian. Bring Food and Nutritional Expertise to the Table […]

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Smokey Salmon Recipe Image
18 JULY 2012

Smokey Mustard-Maple Salmon Recipe

  When you buy your salmon, ask at the fish counter to have the salmon cut into four 4-ounce fillets with the skin removed. Ingredients – 3 Tbsp whole-grain or Dijon mustard – 1 Tbsp pure maple syrup – 1/3 tsp smoked paprika or ground chipolte pepper – 1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper – 1/8 […]

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