Weight Loss Tips

Grain of the Week: Kamut

Kamut Kamut® Khorasan wheat is distant relative to modern wheat believed to have originated in the time of King Tut. It is a non-hybr…

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Making Sure Your Salad is Not Sabotaging Your Waistline!

Making Sure Your Salad is Not Sabotaging Your Waistline!   Eating salad can be a great way to boost important nutrients in your diet.&#…

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Metabolism: A Look at the Facts

Metabolism: A Look at the Facts Metabolism is the amount of energy that you needs per day to keep your body functioning and to complete physi…

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Sole Story Spotlight: Amy Soto

Sole Story Spotlight: Amy Soto   I made the decision that I needed to make healthier choices in my life.  That meant not only with…

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Calendar for Family Health: April

Calendar for Family Health: April   April 1 Understand that after a high-intensity workout, your body may burn what equates to 15% t…

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Workplace Meals and Snacks: Healthy Habits Can Help

Workplace Meals and Snacks: Healthy Habits Can Help Employees are spending more and more time at work these days, getting in early or stayi…

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Grain of the Week: Amaranth

What Is Amaranth This tiny-but-powerful food has some similarities to quinoa — both are good protein sources and are naturally gluten-f…

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Detox Diets: Truth or Fiction?

Detox Diets: Truth or Fiction?   When consumers hear the word “diet,” they probably think weight loss. The dictionary’…

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Coconut oil: Good or Bad?

Coconut oil: Good or Bad? Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD Recipes, Sports Nutrition, Sustainable sports diet Post Comment   In the past year, m…

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Grain of the Week: Buckwheat

Buckwheat Many who are trying to avoid grains find themselves limited to fruit and sweet potatoes as sources of good carbs. Even though it&…

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