Try This! Chilled Pomegranate Soup [Recipe]

Try This! Chilled Pomegranate Soup [Recipe]

This chilled soup is actually a dessert. The sweet and tart pomegranate juice serves as host to slippery tapioca and crunchy pomegranate arils, a combination that’s sure to create a party in your mouth. This is a visually appealing dish … Continue reading

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Here’s How Exercise May Lead to Weight Gain

Here’s How Exercise May Lead to Weight Gain

This post comes from the field of behavioral economics. Many people exercise as part of their weight loss journey. Yet despite burning hundreds of calories, they can’t seem to shed the pounds. One assumption is that after exercise, people feel … Continue reading

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Artificially Colored Icing: Don’t do it!

Artificially Colored Icing: Don’t do it!

Home baked, made from scratch is healthier than store-bought mixes, and usually tastes better too. Many of us make the cake ourselves, but use pre-made icing from the supermarket. Don’t let a tube of icing ruin your otherwise health{ier} treats! … Continue reading

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Girl Scout Cookies Season – What to Do

Girl Scout Cookies Season – What to Do

Girl Scouts and Cookies. An inseparable American duo. Chances are if you haven’t already bought some, you will be asked to soon by your daughter or your friends’ daughter, or the neighbor’s daughter. Here’s the thing: Girl Scout cookies are … Continue reading

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5 Myths About Kids and Food

5 Myths About Kids and Food

This is a guest post by Ellie Taylor, MS. Myth #1: Picky eaters won’t try new foods. Food rejection is normal. All children go through stages when they show strong preferences for foods they like and for foods they refuse to … Continue reading

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