Is peanut butter and jelly best?

Whether your child prefers grape or strawberry, crunchy or smooth, it’s hard to find a little one who doesn’t enjoy a traditional PB&J from time to...
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Training check-in: Feeding the machine

If you’re working toward race day during that last weekend in September, congratulations on completing your fourth week of training! We know how...
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Experimenting with veggie noodles

In backyards across the area, gardeners are starting to harvest the ripe green, yellow, red and orange vegetables they’ve been nurturing for weeks....
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The hidden sugars on your plate

Sugar can present under many masks and many names, which makes label reading seem almost impossible (unless you have a degree in chemistry). Angela...
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The truth about coconut oil

The Internet was buzzing last week after The American Heart Association released a report advising against the use of coconut oil. The association...
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The trick to raising good cholesterol

Sarah Mohrman, RDN, CD, MA, dietitian/Coordinator Wellness and Marketing, PPG - Cardiology, talks about artery-cleaning foods and how we can raise our...
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Eggs: To hide and to have

A symbol of new life, the egg has become an edible mascot of the Easter holiday. Whether you dye them or devil them, they’re everywhere; Hidden in...
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How to be savvy with salad

Today marks the end of National Nutrition Month and we’re saying farewell with a staple for most health-conscious diners, salad. Ashley Girt,...
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Try this portable antioxidant-packed snack

If you’re like us, you’re always on the lookout for easy, healthy snacks. Christine Sorg, RD, CD, CSSD, Parkview Sports Medicine, shares a recipe for...
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How to bring more benefit to breakfast

We’re in the fourth week of National Nutrition Month, and this Friday Olivia Clark, clinical dietitian, is here to talk about getting the day off to a...
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