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Which Foods Have the Most Nutritional Bang for the Buck?

Nutrient density is a measure that shows which foods have the highest nutritional value in relation to caloric weight. The measurement can help you decide which foods have the most bang for your buck.…

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Healthy Indian Snack: Potato & Vegetable Cutlets

For those times when the afternoon stretches into a lazy evening, your taste buds might crave a touch of spice: try this hot favorite snack from an Indian kitchen. Summer or winter, it is a delight to…

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One of the Best Weeds to Eat

‘Little star in the mist’ is the translation of this weed's scientific name, Stellaria Media, though "chickweed" is the most common name. It's no surprise it's called chickweed since chickens love it …

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8 Ways to Avoid Food Poisoning This Summer

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 1 in 6 Americans (that’s 48 million people!) gets sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases each year.  …

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5 Foods That Are Healthier Cooked

You'd be forgiven if you thought that raw is always healthier than cooked. For many fruits and vegetables that's certainly the case, but it's not always the case. Cooking some vegetables actually brea…

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6 Easy Ways to Sneak Veggies Into Meals

As concerned parents, we've probably read plenty of articles that tell us that we should let kids fully experience the great taste of the vegetable they are eating without resorting to "sneaking" vege…

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DIY Refrigerator Pickles With Your Favorite Vegetable

Not too long ago, I had a long-time dream come true: I taught my first full-on cooking class. We played around with my refrigerator pickle recipe and had such a blast! I’ve done pickling demonstrat…

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Why Women Should Eat More Potassium After Menopause

What do baked potatoes, bananas, white beans, tomato paste, and dried apricots have in common? Yes, they taste great. But more than that, they are all rich sources of potassium. This vital miner…

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Mexi-Tofu Tacos and Salsa Fresca

For this week's recipe, I’d like to share two recipes from Judi Davis, our Pantry Cook of the HeartMath Kitchen. These are two delightful, vegetarian recipes! Judi, says, “I like food that is visua…

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8 Surprising Health Facts About Spinach

Full of nutrients and delicious taste, spinach is a winter superfood. But what's the best way to eat it? Read the following surprising facts about this leafy green: It’s wiser to choose tender bab…

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They look good, but as I've gotten older and busier, I'm finding that recipes that have a lot of ste…

Good advice. Thanks.

Interesting article,been using almond milk for a while now,surprised at this but will carry on.

Too funny, thanks for sharing