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Whole Wheat Zucchini Bread Recipe

It’s best to save store-bought sweet breads and muffins for an occasional treat because although tasty, they are usually packed with calories, fat, sugar, salt, and refined carbohydrates. This recipe, as well as others you can make at home with high-quality ingredients, is a healthier take on what you would

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How to Create A Heart Healthy Diet

Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, costing approximately 18 million lives each year. A heart healthy diet will not only prevent chronic and even fatal cardio events, but will also enhance your energy, focus, sleep quality, and physical comfort. While there are numerous ways to execute a

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How to Conquer Food Cravings

We all crave food that tastes delicious but may not be healthy. Chips ring a bell? How about baked goods? Ice cream? We all succumb to these foods at one point or another. I certainly do. In fact, one of the top questions I get asked as a nutrition coach

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Omega-3s and Nut Allergies

For those of you who are allergic to nuts and seeds, fear not. There are still many sources of Omega 3s ups can eat. They include but are not limited to: Salmon Herring Bluefin tuna Mackerel Trout Sardines Oysters Halibut Anchovies Whitefish Tofu Canola oil Soybean oil Seaweed Brussels Sprouts

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How Can I Reduce My Red Meat consumption?

Start by reducing your meat portion size (6 ounces->3 ounces). Next, reduce frequency of meat meals per day (3 per day-> 2 per day). Finally, reduce the days on which you eat it (start with meatless Mondays, which will also help you become part of a community that supports meat-reduced

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Vegetarian Meatballs Recipe

The road to any plant-based diet requires gradually reducing the amount of meat you eat, and the frequency with which you eat it. While that may sound daunting to some, there’s a silver lining: many popular dishes can be adapted to be meat-free without sacrificing taste or satiety, and meatballs are one of

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Roasted Coconut Oil Infused Carrot Soup

Late spring through December is peak season for carrots when they are plentiful, robust, and at their most flavorful. Whether roasted to caramelized sweetness with olive oil, sea salt, and pepper, eaten raw as a snack with a delicious dip, added to hearty warming chili, or made into a soup

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Latke Post

With the Hanukkah candles lit, presents circulating around, and the dreidel spinning on the floor in the center of the living room, Hanukkah would not have been the same when I was a child without delectable crispy latkes (latke is a Yiddish word for pancakes) to boot. Potato latkes on

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Herb Baked Grey Sole

If you’re hooked on fried fish, it’s time to try baking it. A great baked fish recipe will change your life because like this one, it will be both delicious and beneficial to your health. Baking fish is extremely easy, in fact much simpler than frying it, requires few ingredients,

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