Three Kale Recipes for People Who Hate Kale

A Few Kale Recipes That Won’t Disappoint Kale always seems to be in the news. It’s a Superfood! A healthy green! Has tons of vitamins and nutrients. One cup of Kale has 10,000 i.u. of vitamin A! Compare that to 103 bananas. And it has as much […]

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Healthy Holiday Side Dishes

Thanksgiving is a great time to add lots of healthy sides to the cornucopia of food being consumed this holiday weekend. If people are going to meet to socialize and break bread together why not provide them with lots of healthy fare. Not only will people feel […]

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The Powers Pack Super Smoothie

Smoothies are a great way to pack protein and other nutrients into a tasty beverage. Their nutrient density makes them a great meal replacement or a snack and they are an easy way to increase your raw veggie consumption. A protein smoothie is good post workout for […]

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Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Pumpkin Seeds

Brussels Sprouts may look like mini cabbages but there isn’t anything mini about the nutrients packed in these healthy vegetables. Brussels Sprouts are not only an exceptional source of protein, but they are also high in fiber and an excellent source of Vitamins C and K as […]

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Can I eat pasta and still lose weight?

Pasta is a comfort food for many. It’s also relatively inexpensive and a great source of carbohydrates if you are training as a runner. But many people hoping to lose weight consider pasta to be off limits. If you are a pasta lover but you want to […]

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Quinoa for Breakfast: Delicious and Easy

Nutty Cinnamon Quinoa Quinoa is very popular at the moment and becoming more readily available in grocery stores and health food stores. It’s no wonder everyone seems to be jumping on the bandwagon because it’s a good source of protein, fiber and iron and easily digestible and […]

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Juice Your Way To Better Health with Joe Cross

Fat and Happy or Unhappy? Are you fat? If so, are you fat and happy or are you fat and unhappy? Worse yet, are you fat and sick? Could you have echoed this statement?: “If I’m going, I’m going happy. I’m a happy fat guy.” There are […]

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Chocolate Covered Coconut Balls. Maine Needhams Remembered

Maine Needhams & A Chocolate Coconut Balls Recipe I grew up in a small town in Maine called Lewiston. Across the river in our twin city of Auburn, a company called Seavey’s made chocolate covered coconut bars called Needhams. I LOVED Needhams. When I moved away it […]

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No Cook Overnight Steel Cut Oats.

Benefits of Steel Cut Oats I love steel cut oats! I have them every morning and generally make a large enough batch that allows me to keep it in the fridge to warm up every morning. They are a great source of fiber and minerals. Since they […]

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Easy Balsamic Salad Dressing

The Benefit of Homemade Vinaigrette Making your own vinaigrette salad dressing is a great way to ensure that there is no added High Fructose Corn Syrup in your dressing. HFCS is a very popular, unhealthy ingredient in salad dressings because it is so cheap. It is also […]

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