The AHA recommends that “individuals consume a variety of fruits, vegetables, and grain products, especially whole grains; choose fat-free and low-fat dairy products, legumes, poultry, and lean meats; and eat fish, preferably oily fish, at least twice a week.”This sounds similar to the Mediterranean Diet that has been shown to be one of the bestContinue Reading »
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So this week, I have had the first verse of the poem, Chicken Soup with Rice stuck in my head. When son number one was in kindergarten, he and his class had to memorize it. It goes like this:In January it’s so niceWhile slipping on the sliding iceTo sip hot chicken soup with riceSipping once,Continue Reading »
Pumpkin seeds are small but mighty and packed with valuable nutrients. Pumpkins (and their seeds) are native to the Americas. Native American tribes celebrated pumpkin seeds for their dietary and medicinal properties. Pumpkin seeds have been traced back to Aztec cultures in South America as far back as 1300-1500 AD. Pumpkin seeds are also knownContinue Reading »
Have you ever been in a foreign country and tried to order off of a long, complicated, alien looking menu? Did you use hand signals to describe the dish you wanted? Did you whip out your phone and hope Google had the answers? And, in the end, did you just close your eyes and trustContinue Reading »