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This so-called “healthy food” will make you Fat

Today I’m going to continue where I left off in last newsletter, all about Artificial Sweeteners. If you missed yesterday’s newsletter, you can read it here: How to add a little sweetness in your life… I’m going to dive into the topic of Agave Nectar/Syrup and whether or not it is a good sweetener to 

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How to add a little sweetness in your life…

I’m not really a frequent TV watcher, but for the past few days, my family and I have been spending a lot of time indoors because of a recent snow storm that hit the New Jersey/New York area. As I was relaxing on the couch with my mom, we were flipping through the channels and 

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Blueberry Watermelon Freeze

Cool Down with a Fruit Freeze

Research has shown that eating a variety of fruits and vegetables can reduce your cancer risk. Contribute to your daily fruit servings and quench your thirst with this fun drink that’s sure to please. Inspired by Italian ice, this concoction is a slushy combination of lycopene-rich watermelon and antioxidant-abundant blueberries that can be enjoyed with 

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Tuscan Chickpea Soup

Tuscan Chickpea Soup

This surprisingly easy soup is both light and filling and perfect for a cool spring day. This dish is a warm comfort, reminiscent of the Tuscan countryside; with fresh herbs and hearty chickpeas you can enjoy this soup in as little as 30 minutes, anytime, anywhere. 2 cans (15 oz.) chickpeas, rinsed and drained 2 

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Seasoned Wild Rice

Seasoned Wild Rice

Wild Rice is an ancient food native to the continent of North America, from the region of the Great Lakes. It is part of the grass family, Poaceae. Up until the mid-1900’s it was grown mostly in lakes, rivers and streams before efforts to make it a field crop came into practice. High in potassium 

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