Pulling from Pinterest: healthy muffins

Sometimes a fluffy, cake-like side just hits the spot, doesn’t it? We love everything about muffins. They’re the perfect portion size. They’re a smart...
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8 salads to share

Labor Day weekend is almost here! You’ve worked hard all year and certainly earned an extra day to enjoy friends, family and – of course – food. This...
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A heart doctor’s diet

We’ve spoken at length in this space about the importance of heart-healthy eating. But we were curious … What do the professionals put on their...
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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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