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Berries, Sardines, Kale and More Surprises: Top Five Super Foods with a Powerful Health Impact

Some of the most powerful super foods may surprise you. This article presents health information from Sophie Uliano, New York Times best-selling author, passionate environmentalist and healthy living advocate. This article has a list Uliano’s list of top super foods that pack a big serving of healthy goodness.

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A Great Start: Breakfast is More Than The First Meal of The Day for Kids

A significant percentage of elementary and an even greater percentage of middle and high school students skip breakfast daily or a few times a week. On a given day, up to 30 percent of teens in the U.S. skip breakfast. This article presents important nutrition information for parents to help get their kids’ school days off to a great start.

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Good Food Hygiene This Christmas

In this eventful time of year, it is easy to disregard the fundamental rules of good hygiene. Here are some guidelines for food safety to make sure that this Christmas time is free of food poisoning.

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The Constituents of Food

Regrettably, not all foodstuffs are made equal which makes the job of the devoted cook more problematic, because it means that the cook has to understand the dietary requirements of humans at all stages of life, which foods can fulfill those needs and, for normal families, within a finite budget.

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Defeat The Sugar Craving: How to Lose a Sweet Tooth

American kitchens, restaurants and grocery stores are replete with tempting desserts of all sorts. Thus, those of us who have a sweet tooth face a constant bombardment of sugary offerings. This article presents important information on how to beat-back your cravings for all things sugar from Samantha Bielawski, who is a registered dietician and personal trainer at Life Time Fitness.

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Five Point Meditation - Finding Your Own Niche

In our search for inner peace, confidence and stability, we often overlook the things we do on a regular basis and what effects they have on us. Here is a list of some of the common most simple things that we do, or are capable of doing, which can have seriously positive effects on us, only if we let them.

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Eating Out This Summer?: How Kids are Now Eating Healthier at Restaurants

With consumers growing more interested in better-for-you menu items, restaurants are responding to the demand with offerings that families will enjoy. This article provides details on this healthful trend and the restaurant chains that are catering their menus to help families dine in a more economical and nutritious manner.

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Living with a Chronic Medical Condition: Celebrity Chef Seamus Mullen Encourages Rheumatoid Arthritis Sufferers to Rethink Their Approach to Managing The Disease

Well-over a million Americans are living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), an autoimmune disease that causes chronic pain, swelling, stiffness and loss of physical function. This article provides an overview of RA, along with kitchen tips for those living with the condition from Seamus Mullen, cookbook author and owner of Tertulia restaurant in New York City.

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Homework List That Can Make You Slim

Do not have to set up a specific time to exercise to get a lean body. Doing chores such as mopping or scrubbing the bathroom floor can also make the body slim.

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Summer Snacking: As American as Baseball, Apple Pie…and Jerky

Summertime means schedules at home and on the road that make snacking a part of the family equation. This article provides some easy tips for planning flavorful, healthy and satisfying snacks that you and your family can pack for any activity this summer.

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