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Searching for Signs of Bulimia

Searching for Signs of Bulimia

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Jennifer had noticed a recent change in her daughter Kylie since Kylie’s 13th birthday. Kylie was once a rambunctious child who loved rough and tumble games with her two big brothers, a child who was seldom afraid to speak her mind. But lately, Kylie had become more withdrawn and touchy. Jennifer noticed that she was […]

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Going Deliciously With The Grain: <br /> Bob Moore of Bob’s Red Mill

Going Deliciously With The Grain:
Bob Moore of Bob’s Red Mill

| January 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s hard to know exactly how Bob Moore, founder of Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods, makes eating healthy seem delicious and exciting, but he does. Perhaps it’s his encyclopedic knowledge of grains and advanced state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques; or the amazing array of simple, unrefined whole-grain, low-cost quality products he offers; or maybe it’s the undeniable […]

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Food Waste: Global Problem, Local Solution

Food Waste: Global Problem, Local Solution

| December 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

As we begin a new year full of resolutions and intent, many goals often revolve around diets and food. Lending support to those objectives is the fact that action is also being taken by local leaders to improve food problems at a community level. Elephants Delicatessen is one such community icon, making a concerted effort […]

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Outwit Your Appetite

Outwit Your Appetite

| December 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you’ve ever polished off an entire bowl of potato chips while chit-chatting at a party, or plowed through a basket of tortilla chips before your entrée arrives, you might think you have little control over your appetite. Yet research shows that the drive to eat often doesn’t have much to do with actual hunger. […]

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Is Organic Produce Worth the Cost?

Is Organic Produce Worth the Cost?

With the rising price of food, many parents wonder if organic produce is worth the added expense. Conflicting information about why organic produce is — or isn’t — a healthier choice is confusing for consumers. Here are three common reasons for buying organic produce along with arguments for and against each. Health: Many feel that […]

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How Can I Talk With My Teen About Weight Issues?

How Can I Talk With My Teen About Weight Issues?

| January 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Are you concerned about your teen’s weight? Are you hitting a brick wall when trying to discuss weight, fitness and health issues with your son or daughter? You’re not alone. Many parents report that this is a particularly tough, and often emotional, subject for parents and teens to discuss. So we’ve asked the experts for […]

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2013: The Year of Living Healthy

2013: The Year of Living Healthy

| January 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

The image of 40-, 50- and even 60-year-olds is changing. People are living longer thanks to strides in medicine and technology, which is putting more emphasis on quality of life. That’s where choices you make about fitness and diet can really make a difference. With the New Year upon us, now is a good time […]

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Your 24-Hour Holiday Energy Plan

Your 24-Hour Holiday Energy Plan

| December 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

Fantasy: You stock up on gift cards for the holidays, let the dust bunnies gather and forget all about cooking, cleaning, decorating, shopping and wrapping. Reality: You’ve got more to do than ever, with hundreds of cards to address and send, cookies to bake, the kids and tons of relatives, friends and teachers to shop […]

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Baby Food For Thought

Baby Food For Thought

| January 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

You’ve consulted books, logged onto Websites and asked your friends — but you’ve still got niggling questions about feeding your baby safely that no one seems to know the answers to — until now. To help you sort through the confusion, we rounded up top pediatricians and baby safety experts to answer some of your […]

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Everybody Eats: Resolutions

Everybody Eats: Resolutions

| January 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

The start of a new year is a time for reflection, and often enough we think of ways to improve the coming year. Right now I’m think about ways to be more frugal and improve my overall health (the picture doesn’t show it, but this chef likes to eat). With that in mind, these affordable, […]

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