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How To Eat Healthy On Thanksgiving . . .

Endocrinologist Dr. Jennie Luna offers this suggestion for a delicious and healthy meal tomorrow without overindulging: . . . Fill half your plate with vegetables and fruit . . . . . . a quarter of it with mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes . . . . . . and a quarter of...

Got Carrots?

Carrots were first grown more than 5,000 years ago as a medicine, and not a food, for a variety of ailments. Good thing they’re now a food, though, as a medium-size carrot just has 25 calories, but 6 grams of carbs and 2 grams of fiber. It’s an excellent...

The Benefits Of Eating Kale . . .

Kale is all the rage lately, and for good reason, according to Kristine Bihun, RDN, CDE, one of our talented Dietitians: 1) Low in calorie, high in fiber and zero fat; 2) High in Vitamins K (aids in normal bone health, as well as minimizing blood clotting) and A...

The Benefits Of Apples . . .

It’s apple picking season in these parts, and here’s some little-known reasons why apples are so good for you: 1) Whiter & Healthier Teeth (apples produce saliva, which reduces tooth decay by lowering the levels of bacteria); 2) Vitamin C (an apple provides 14% of...

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