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Naturally Suppress Your Appetite and Feel Full

Get control of your eating habits and stop putting on pounds with this heart-friendly natural appetite suppressant, that keeps you feeling full. Hulled Barley – A minimally-processed whole grain that has had only the outermost inedible hull removed, is an all-natural appetite suppressant that can help curb cravings without leaving you wanting.   How Does It […]

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Raw Rainbow Wraps

This recipe is a healthy keeper! Put them in the kids’ lunches, cut them into bite sized pieces for appetizers and make them ahead for a quick dinner on the run! We know once you taste them, you will think of even more ways to add them to your recipe box. Did we mention how […]

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A New Twist on a Turkey Platter

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Food and Your Mood

A recent study conducted by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine has found a connection between high blood levels of certain antioxidants found in plant foods and higher levels of optimism. While the first study of its kind to look at the relationship between antioxidant levels and mood, antioxidants are […]

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Vegetables: How to Get Your Kids to LIKE Them

ALL parents want their kids to eat their vegetables? With little fat and relatively few calories, vegetables pack in dietary fiber to fill kids up. They also promote healthy digestion. Vegetables boast important vitamins and minerals including vitamins A and C, folate, and potassium. Studies suggest that eating a produce-rich diet is linked with lower body weight […]

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Balsamic Grilled Summer Veggies & Basil Quinoa Salad

The joys of Summer!! Longer days, lots of sunshine, grilling outdoors and fresh produce!! Here’s a grilled vegetable and quinoa salad will knock your socks off! Packed with fiber, vitamins and protein, this very simple recipe will become a family favorite for lunch, dinner or served as an appetizer or side dish. Makes a beautiful ‘antipasto’ tray […]

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