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Got Tomatoes?

Fresh tomatoes are abundant in local gardens, and Dr. Arpine Saribekyan (Family Medicine, Palliative Care), offers some benefits to this wonderful vegetable: 1) Healthy skin (Beta-carotene helps protect skin from sun damage); 2) Strong bones (thanks to vitamin K and...

Got Peas?

Dietican & Diabetes Educator Kristine Bihun, R.D.N., C.D.E., Program Coordinator, Diabetes Treatment and Education Center, is quick to note some of the many benefits in eating peas: 1) Can help in weight loss management; 2) Can bring down the level of bad...

Got Figs?

Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietician Kristine Bihun, RDN, CDE, offers these benefits to eating figs, a seasonal fruit, but available throughout the year in dried form: 1) Can help to remove kidney stones; 2) High in potassium, which can help to reduce insulin...

Forget Just ONE Apple! . . .

The saying used to go like this, an apple a day keeps the doctor away . . . but in fact, two is better! Research shows that women who snack on dried apples every day — or two fresh apples — saw a drastic drop in bad cholesterol. (Published March 31,...

Got Cukes?

Cucumbers are often forgotten for their many amazing health benefits, such as: 1) They keep you hydrated (they’re 96% water); 2) They’re loaded with Vitamins A (boosts immunity), B (gives you energy) and C (keeps you radiant); 3) They flush out toxins (and are...

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