Your toddler is a bundle of contradictions and a powerhouse of energy. He explores everything, but he won’t try new foods. She’s interested in food, but would rather play with it than eat it. He drinks from a cup but spills as much as gets into his mouth. She loves beans today, but won’t go … Read More

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We’ve never meet a kid who doesn’t love mac & cheese. Annie’s has expanded its macaroni and cheese products with the introduction of three Macaroni & Cheese Mircowavable Cups: Real Aged Cheddar, White Cheddar, and Rice Pasta & Cheddar which is gluten-free. Each was easy to prepare: add cold water to a fill line, heat, add … Read More

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Every day 5,200 new cases of diabetes are diagnosed in the U.S. At first, most feel devastated – told to change the way they eat, lose weight, exercise, take medication – it’s overwhelming. But, there is good news. Diabetes is a condition over which you, as an individual, have a great deal of control.  What … Read More

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We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think.  The founder of Healthy Joy Bakes is a third generation baker whose motivation for creating Omega Power Bread was to provide his grandmother, who had diabetes, with a good tasting, low carb, … Read More

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It may sound strange, but what you eat can directly affect your feet. Many health concerns that can be prevented or treated by diet also have a significant impact on a person’s feet. Why, you ask? The human foot is a very complicated structure with 28 bones and multiple soft tissue and skin structures. Each … Read More

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We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think.  Seapoint Farms, founded in 1996, was the first company to introduce edamame into US supermarkets and educate consumers about this versatile soy product. Seapoint Farms uses only non-GMO certified (no genetically … Read More

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Let’s get practical about selecting, storing, and using herbs and spices. First, which is which? No one can quite agree. Herbs are usually the leaves or flowers of plants that die away in winter. Spices, more pungent because they contain more essential oils and flavoring compounds, are usually from the seeds, bark and roots of … Read More

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We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think.  You simply add cold water to flapJacked Protein Pancake Mix and let the batter stand for 3 to 5 minutes to thicken before baking on a hot griddle. flapJacked can be bought … Read More

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Vitamin D is rarely listed on food labels. Most of us remember it as the sunshine vitamin we learned about long ago in high school biology class. And, few of us think about this vitamin daily. Maybe we should. Vitamin D may be more important to your health than you realize.  Vitamin D protects your … Read More

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We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think.  Many people are trying to reduce their sugar and salt intake. Pyure Organic Stevia and LoSalt might be options to try.  Pyure Organic Stevia is a calorie free sugar substitute made from stevia … Read More

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