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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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26
OCT
2015

What Color is Your Pumpkin?

It was Halloween night circa 1979 and I was dressed as a black cat, homemade by my mom. The neighbor kids and I went trick or treating as a group, supervised by our moms. My orange, plastic pumpkin trick-or-treat container had some bite-size candy in it but I also remember coins, such
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19
OCT
2015

Tea Time

With fall comes cooler temperatures, stuffy noises, scratchy throats and the flu vaccine. Even though I have already had my flu vaccine to protect me from this years strain of the flu, I still caught a cold.  My noise turned raw and red, I couldn’t stop sneezing and I couldnR
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12
OCT
2015

Trick or Treat, Give Me Something PUMPKIN to Eat!

If you haven’t jumped on the pumpkin bandwagon yet, I swear it’s only a matter of time! Pumpkin is EVERYWHERE! Pumpkin bread, pumpkin bars and pumpkin spice lattes. While these classic pumpkin treats are especially enjoyable during the fall, there’s SO much more you can do with pumpki
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06
OCT
2015

Make it a Soup-er Fall!

For me, I will eat soup any time of year. It can be a sunny, 80 degrees out and I will have soup simmering in my slow-cooker at home. But for most people, as we enter fall, start to crave this hot bowl of comfort. I’m here to tell you that lighter soups can be just as flavorful and sa
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