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Max Your Muscles for Overall Health

Muscle mass and strength is important for everybody—not just for body-builders or athletic-wear models. To maintain mobility, independence and quality of life as we age, adequate muscle mass and strength is of utmost importance. Strong muscles are also vital for disease prevention: lack of muscle mass may increase risk of type 2 diabetes which can

The Nutrients You (and your family) Need

There are plenty of delicious ways to get the essential nutrients most often missed: calcium, potassium, vitamin D and fiber. Stock up on nutrient-rich foods and try these tasty recipes.

Meals in Minutes

Family meals are magic but it doesn’t take a magician to make them happen.

Super-Nutritious Nuts

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2009   Super-Nutritious Nuts   I have very fond memories of nuts—they’re sprinkled liberally throughout my past. My favorite cake has pecans in the frosting (I requested German Chocolate cake for my birthday every year while growing up). Our special family treat at Christmastime was mixed nuts in the shell (I’m very

Serve Brunch to Ease the Christmas Day Crunch

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2008   Serve Brunch to Ease the Christmas Day Crunch   Christmas day brings a whirl-wind of activity: Searching for signs that Santa scarfed the milk and cookies, wrangling with wrapping paper and bows, and making meals. Instead of rushing around all day and missing out on together time, make feeding the

Go Fish

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2008   Go Fish   One of the ways I try to get enough fish is to order it when I eat out. During a recent trip to Chicago to attend the American Dietetic Association annual conference, I ate four fish meals including grilled salmon, linguini with clams, and sushi (A new

Eating Adventurously

THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 2008 Eating Adventurously I didn’t realize I’d fallen into a rut until the waiter at my favorite Chinese restaurant scowled at me for ordering Ginger Chicken with String Beans and said sternly, “Try something different!” Of course, the waiter wanted me to appreciate all the masterpieces on the menu, however, there are

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