4 Foods with More Vitamin C than Oranges

4 Foods with More Vitamin C than Oranges

Vitamin C is an important nutrient for the growth and repair of various tissues in the human body. We can’t produce it on our own and thus need a constant supply from food. Oranges, and to a large extent the … Continue reading

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Tropicana Orange Juice Slammed by Judge as Misleading

Tropicana Orange Juice Slammed by Judge as Misleading

Did you know that the 100% orange juice you buy at the supermarket may have been lying in a refrigerated vat for 6 months or longer before it was poured into the carton standing in your fridge? Or that in … Continue reading

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Cooking Mediterranean: Orange Fennel Salad Recipe

Cooking Mediterranean: Orange Fennel Salad Recipe

This is a guest post from Meri Raffetto, RD. It’s interesting seeing the reaction of people after all the recent buzz about the Mediterranean Diet. I’ve read posts where people think this means it’s time to pile on the pasta again and load … Continue reading

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Oranges, Bugs & Bees? Why Your Fruit May Not Be Vegetarian or Vegan

Oranges, Bugs & Bees? Why Your Fruit May Not Be Vegetarian or Vegan

Oranges are one of nature’s best snacks. Fruits and veggies are often assumed to be vegan & vegetarian friendly, but this is not always true. So what vegan or vegetarian unfriendly ingredients lie in your oranges? Here is an example … Continue reading

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On Fiber

On Fiber

This is a guest post by Melissa Marek, RD LD Fiber is an extremely important part of your daily diet. Its best known benefit is its ability to help keep our bowels moving. Eating enough fiber will help prevent constipation. … Continue reading

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Three Reasons to Rethink that Diet Coke You’re About to Drink

Three Reasons to Rethink that Diet Coke You’re About to Drink

  Care for some water? No way, get me a Diet Coke, or a Coke Zero. Water is for washing hands, not drinking. And regular soft drinks and juice are full of sugars and calories. So you decided a long … Continue reading

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Inside the Label – R.W. Knudsen Sparkling Essence

Inside the Label – R.W. Knudsen Sparkling Essence

  Each year, 18,000 new products are introduced to supermarkets across the country. With temperatures rising and summer almost here, beverage manufacturers are in high gear, promoting their new drinks. (Our local waterworks are not so industrious. Same old tap … Continue reading

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