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How to Avoid Holiday Stress

Take care of yourself with exercise  By: Paige Waehner Updated September 27, 2016 The Holidays tend to bring not just parties and presents and shopping, but an extra dose of stress along with it. It may seem impossible to catch a breath, much less relax this time of year, but giving yourself time to deal […]

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  November 17, 2017   No comments
Heart-Healthy Nutrition

Heart-Healthy Nutrition

(Cardio Smart- American College of Cardiology) Talk with your Doctor & heart team about a diet that’s right for you. This diets: Help maintain a Healthy Weight Lower The Risk of Heart disease Improve Blood Pressure   MEDITERRANEAN: This diet is Light On Meat & Sweets. Fruits & Vegetables Beans, Legumes & Whole Grains Fish, Nuts […]

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  November 2, 2017   No comments

Health Benefits of Lemon and Limes

Lemons and Limes Feature Phytonutrients with Antioxidant and Antibiotic Effects THE WORLD’S HEALTHIEST FOOD Like many of the fruits and vegetables featured on our website, lemons and limes contain unique flavonoid compounds that have antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. Of special interest in limes have been flavonoids called flavonol glycosides, including many kaempferol-related molecules. While these […]

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  October 10, 2017   No comments

6 Health Benefits of Salmon

July 14, 2011 | August 5, 2015 EAT THIS Salmon’s reputation as a healthy food is largely based on its unusual omega -3 fatty acid content. It is normal for 4 ounces of salmon to contain at least 2 grams of omega -3 fats – more than the average U.S. adults gets from all food over […]

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  October 10, 2017   No comments

Gearing up for National Seafood Month

Author: Laine Welch,  Alaska Dispatch News October is National Seafood Month, a distinction bestowed by Congress 30 years ago to recognize one of America’s oldest industries. Alaska merits special recognition because its fishing fleets provide 65 percent of the nation’s wild caught seafood, more than all of the other states combined. Ironically, there is little to […]

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  September 26, 2017   No comments

The Allure of Black-Colored Food

By LIGAYA MISHANSEPT. 21, 2017 New York Times Food in inky tones can’t help but capture the imagination — no wonder, then, that a number of specialty farmers and food and cheese makers have bred or created attention-seizing comestibles. From far left: thousand-year-old eggs, charcoal-blended cheddar, black tomatoes, Bone Char Pearl cheese, black Silkie chicken […]

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  September 26, 2017   No comments
Pumpkin, Skin food, Sleep Hormone, assists Sexual health and Menopause symptoms

Pumpkin, Skin food, Sleep Hormone, assists Sexual health and Menopause symptoms

by Cassandra Austin Leave a Comment Women’s Healthy Chef THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF PUMPKINS   This beautiful squash is filled with Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, the Vitamin B-complex group including Vitamin B6, folate, niacin, pantothenic acid and thiamin, Vitamin K, calcium, copper, fibre, lutein, magnesium, Omega 3’s, phosphorous, phytoserols, potassium, tryptophan, Zea-xanthin and zinc WELLNESS Pumpkins are not just […]

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  September 18, 2017   No comments

9 Hot Trends in Food and Urban Agriculture

9 Hot Trends in Food and Urban Agriculture Active Beat By: Anna on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 When it comes to lingo for agro (or agriculture), things have become a lot more complex than the simple “organic” vs. “non-organic” terminology of the past. Today, many of us are no longer willing to tolerate large factory […]

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  July 24, 2017   No comments