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Category: Health & Nutrition

Grocery Shopping for Your Health: Keeping a basic, healthy pantry

In our last post in the “Grocery Shopping for Your Health” series, we strolled through the breads aisle and bakery area. Today, we’ll tackle the how to stock a pantry. Many households overlook the value of keeping a… Read More

Killing the Number one Killer, Part III in a Series: Give thanks to your heart on this Thanksgiving!

Reading time: ~ 3 minutes Print or download this checklist and offer your family and guests a heart-healthy Thanksgiving meal with less sugar, salt, and fat. Give thanks to your heart!   Happy Thanksgiving! Rebecca Takeaway: We can… Read More

Fighting food waste: Researchers identify broccoli genes that affect freshness

Right now, there is no objective way to predict the shelf life of a given piece of produce. Researchers have identified genes in broccoli that regulate how broccoli degrades after it’s harvested. These insights could ultimately help develop… Read More

Grocery Shopping for Your Health: Breads and bakery

In our last post in the “Grocery Shopping for Your Health” series, we focused on breakfast cereals, and we’ve covered a good portion of the store. But, we still have a little more to go. And, today, we’re… Read More

Grocery Shopping for Your Health: Breakfast cereals

In our last post in the “Grocery Shopping for Your Health” series, we discussed rice, pasta and other grains. Today, we’ll walk through the breakfast cereals aisle. Breakfast comes in various forms, from those eaten cold to others… Read More

Influence, Credibility and Wellness: Ask Before You Act

What influences people the most? Think about what might influence you. If I ask you to lose five pounds in three weeks, is that enough to motivate you to change? Well, are you Googling “treadmills,” “diet plans,” or… Read More