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Healthy to a “T”: Eat Smart Month”

Eat smart during November and get Healthy For Good™ with
Taher and the American Heart Association. The movement is
designed to inspire all Americans to live healthier lives and
create lasting change. Make small, simple changes today to
create a difference for generations to come. The approach is
simple: Eat smart – Add color – Move more – Be well.

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Healthy to a “T”: Cinnamon- Not only for Flavor”

The baking season is upon us and there will be many recipes using one of the most common spices, cinnamon. No doubt, cinnamon is one of the most delicious spices on the earth but also provides powerful health benefits. A substance called cinnamaldehyde, where the delectable flavor and scent come from, is responsible for most of the health benefits. Let’s review some of the evidence-based health benefits of cinnamon:CLICK HERE to read more

Healthy to a “T”: Rhubarb, the Forgotten Powerhouse

When I see beautifully colored dark red rhubarb, I am brought back to my childhood enjoying the tart, yet sweet flavor, of my grandmother’s rhubarb pie on a sunny spring day. I am also aware of the wonderful health benefits rhubarb has to offer.
Some consider rhubarb a nutritional powerhouse that is high in vitamins A, B-complex, C and K, potassium, calcium, manganese and many other essential nutrients necessary to keep your body healthy.
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Healthy to a “T”: Put Your Best Fork Forward

Making healthy lifestyle changes is challenging and deciding where to start is even more difficult. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics National Nutrition Month campaign, “Put Your Best Fork Forward,” inspires everyone to start with small changes toward a healthful eating style – one forkful at a time. Using the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines is a great place to take your first small forkful.

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Healthy to a “T”: Prebiotics and Probiotics: What You Should Know

Discussion on prebiotics and probiotics has been a nutrition topic in recent years, but do you know what they are? With continued growth in research, studies have found these “nutrition boosters” in foods may improve your overall health. You probably have noticed many different types of supplements; from pills and cleanses to powders, but they are unnecessary. Pre and probiotics are natural ingredients found in everyday foods.

What are Prebiotics and How Do They Work?
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