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11
JAN
2016

Fight Food Cravings

A major reason that people overeat is the negative feelings that can occur after as little as a couple of hours without food. Feelings of hunger can trigger physical and emotional symptoms that drive intense cravings for food and contributes to overeating. Biochemically, these craving
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05
JAN
2016

Irish heritage and National Oatmeal Month

Irish heritage and National Oatmeal Month January is National Oatmeal Month, designated to celebrate one of our favorite breakfast cereals! One way I have recently connected with this whole grain is through steel-cut Irish oatmeal. My family has always been proud of our Irish heritage
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02
JAN
2016

MEDIA SEGMENT – Simple Strategies for a Healthier New Year

Simple Strategies for a Healthier New Year The beginning of a new year is often a time for making resolutions for a healthy lifestyle, but sticking with making healthy eating choices can be a challenge. By using a few simple strategies in the kitchen, you can set yourself up for succe
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17
DEC
2015

MEDIA SEGMENT – Indulge Healthfully this Holiday

Indulge Healthfully this Holiday ’Tis the season where we are invited to many holiday parties and either asked to bring a dish to pass or come with a hungry stomach. We all know the challenges faced with food during the holidays. While attending a holiday party, there are many temptat
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14
DEC
2015

Today’s Dietitian – Sweet Spice of the Season

Cinnamon is sweet for more than just its flavor; it’s filled with antioxidants. Linda Ashley, a registered dietitian at the Oakland Road Hy-Vee Store in Cedar Rapids, IA and Wednesday’s RD of the Day explains a few cinnamon’s benefits and shares three holiday recipes
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11
DEC
2015

10 foods you’re not eating but should be.

By Kelsey Batschelet, Special to the Register Get out your grocery list, because you’ll be adding these 10 dietitian-approved nutritional powerhouses before you finish reading this article. Ancient grains If you aren’t already eating some kind of ancient grain, then you’re behind a nu
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23
NOV
2015

Tasty and Healthy Holiday Eating

With the holidays quickly approaching, many people fear overeating and weight gain. It IS possible to eat your favorite foods and maintain your health and not feel deprived from October through January. It is a matter of balance and planning. I have a family favorite that even kids lo
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16
NOV
2015

MEDIA SEGMENT – Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash with Dried Cranberries

Move Over Holiday Casseroles…   There’s a New Side Dish in Town! The holidays are a time to gather with family and friends and — let’s be honest — enjoy all of your favorite holiday foods! But for someone trying to watch their waistline, the worry over calories, carbohydrates and fat
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02
NOV
2015

PSST…Have you heard there’s a Veggie Challenge Going On?

Do you eat enough cups of vegetables each day? Do you know you need to more vegetables but just don’t have the time or money? Well, I’m here to tell you…it’s EASIER than you think! And you can get a whole lot of encouragement, ideas, recipes and fun by joining in on my Facebook “5 a D
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