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Avoiding The Freshman 15: Tips and Tricks

Avoiding The Freshman 15: Tips and Tricks

If there is one universal thing that college-bound students worry about, it’s avoiding the Freshman 15. I’ve worked with thousands of teens in my private practice, and this is the hot button, the thing they obsess over. While it is true that college students do tend to gain weight during… MORE>

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For The Health of It

Everyday Gut Health

Everyday Gut Health

Drive-thru dinners two or three nights in a row isn’t a big deal, right? Making nutritious decisions can be tough when you’re pressed for time and short on change. We’ve all been there! When your schedule is slammed and stress is high, resorting to foods loaded with fat and sugar… MORE>

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Recipes

Avocado Hummus in 4 Easy Steps

Avocado Hummus in 4 Easy Steps

Hummus is one of the stars of the Mediterranean diet. Traditionally made with tahini (sesame paste), we’ve substituted avocado. Impress your friends this summer with this super simple spin on hummus. Serve as a dip with veggies and pita chips or spread it on bread for a fabulous protein option… MORE>

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For The Health of It

The Ultimate Egg Hunt: Guide to Deciphering Grocery-Store Egg Labels

The Ultimate Egg Hunt: Guide to Deciphering Grocery-Store Egg Labels

Possibly one of the most intimidating places in the grocery store is the egg shelf with so many options it can be hard to figure out what to buy. From free-range to pasture raised to vegetarian-fed, is it really worth paying almost $1-2 extra for a certain type of egg?… MORE>

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Recipes

Stone Fruit Soup

Stone Fruit Soup

Too hot to cook? Whip up this easy stone fruit soup, grab some crusty bread and hummus or make a big salad for a no fuss meal. Ingredients: 2 peaches, sliced 2 nectarines, sliced 2 apricots, quartered 1 container Siggi’s peach yogurt 1 tsp lemon juice 1 tsp toasted almonds… MORE>

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For The Health of It

Raisin’ the Root: Key Things to Know About Ginger and Turmeric

Raisin’ the Root: Key Things to Know About Ginger and Turmeric

Ginger and turmeric are the new “it” couple. Ginger, most commonly used in gingersnaps, gingerbread cookies or ginger ale, is more nutritious when enjoyed fresh! Like ginger, turmeric is a common spice, often used in Indian cuisine, known for its fragrant flavor and fantastic yellow color. Both originate from the… MORE>

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