Saturday, September 5, 2015

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Try this twist on a turkey burger tonight!
Center City Sips starts June 3, which means you now have an automatic excuse for mid-week, after-work cocktails. Yay! Boasting refreshing drink specials...
If you have not tried kale yet, now may be the time. This super green is packed to the max with nutrition that puts it high on the list of the world's healthiest foods. Even spinach cannot come close in comparison to the number of nutrients that kale provides. Eating kale is beneficial for maintaining healthy skin, hair and strong bones, as well as helping with digestion and lowering the risk for heart disease. The possible health benefits of consuming kale include improving blood glucose control in diabetics, lowering the risk of cancer, lowering blood pressure, improving bone health, lowering the risk of developing asthma and more.
This creamy dip pairs well with many meal and snack ideas!
Allergy to shellfish can be serious, and there are many myths surrounding this condition. Here's what you need to know.
We’ve all heard the saying, “You are what you eat”. While a pithy saying, there is a lot of truth to this statement. When it comes to your eye health, what you eat can help reduce the risk, and delay the progression of macular degeneration, an incurable condition that is particularly hitting our baby boomers.
An article in the New York Times has people talking. An expert who says drinking extra water does not have extra health benefits.
Smoking, high blood pressure and cholesterol can age this vital organ, CDC says
Smaller portions could lower risk of heart disease, diabetes, even in low-risk people
Researcher suggests firstborns may have decreased blood supply, nutrients in womb
Researcher suggests firstborns may have decreased blood supply, nutrients in womb
Rates for school children differ significantly, CDC study finds
Two trials cast doubt on these widely touted strategies
Overweight moms, dads often limit food intake, while those of normal weight push children to eat more
Through surgery or lifestyle changes, shedding pounds improves nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, study finds
Researcher suggests including physicians in commercial programs
It’s that time of year again. Back to School time. The slow, relaxed pace of summer days are replaced with hectic mornings and evenings chock full of schoolwork and after school activities. Save some time and some sanity as you adjust to your new schedule by trying these make-ahead casserole recipes.
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My clients often ask me if I can suggest books that will help them on their weight-loss journey. After contemplating the vast amount of nutrition books...
You’ve done it again. You tweaked your muscles during a workout or while performing some sort of physical activity. Now your muscles are screaming at you and you don’t know what to do.