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Roasted Sweet Potato Soup

  Sweet Potatoes are an incredibly nutritious food that are packed with antioxidants like beta carotene, vitamins C, E & D, and minerals such as manganese and iron. They are also high in potassium which helps to lower blood pressure by removing excess sodium and regulating fluid balance in the body.  Sweet potatoes are an […]

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Put Color in Your Diet

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Smoothie vs Juice

What’s better? … Juice? or Smoothies? The answer is … They are equally nutritious, but the difference is how your body and digestive system processes it. Check out the chart below:

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Nature’s Medicine Cabinet

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Turkey Platter in the Raw

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The Lunchbox Challenge

Picky eater? Nut free school? Variety challenged? If you send your kids to school with a homemade lunch each day, you may be dealing with at least one of these issues … or worse!  When it comes to putting together your children’s lunch menu for the week, think outside of the sandwich. Just because you […]

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Lettuce – Iceberg or Romaine?

Which lettuce has more nutrients? Iceberg or Romaine Before you look at the comparison chart below – tell us what your first guess is! One cup of Iceberg Lettuce has: 8 calories 0.5 gram protein 0.7 gram fiber 10 mg calcium 78 mg potassium 1.5 mg vitamin C 16 mcg folate 13.3 mcg of vitamin […]

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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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Foods That Calm Your Nervous System

Modern-day living and all the busy-ness and stress that comes along with it can do a real number on your central nervous system, especially if you are not taking proactive steps to counteract the negative effects on your body. Rather than feed energy and nutrients into your body’s productive systems, an overtaxed nervous system typically […]

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Green Beans at Their Peak

Summer is here and brings fresh produce to our tables. You’ll want to take advantage of fruits and vegetables that are harvested throughout the season to receive the most benefits. Green beans will hit their peak in the next few weeks.  They are a heart friendly vegetable, a good source of cholesterol lowering soluble fiber, and they […]

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