Recipe: Mango Strawberry Sweetheart Smoothie

Smoothies, whether you like them creamy, sweet or bitter are a smooth way to sneak in more fruits and veggies into your diet. This smoothie will entice you with mango, grapes, strawberries and peaches, while including various veggies, yogurt and chia seeds. Blend one up for yourself, your spouse or your children — all the … Read More

Recipe: Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Special occasions and holidays sometimes call for a baked treat and pumpkin is always a hit! These muffins are not only moist and delicious, but they are significantly lower in calories, saturated fat and sugar than their traditional counterparts.

Recipe: 2-Minute Super-Charged Oatmeal

If you want the benefits of oatmeal but think it takes too long to make in the morning, think again. This oatmeal recipe is hearty and fiber-rich, with pumpkin spice, fruit and nuts for sweetness and crunch, and it’s ready in two minutes! Make it in the microwave — what could be easier?

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Breakfast May Prevent Childhood Obesity

The advice we all got from our moms is true — breakfast really is the most important meal of the day, especially for kids. Breakfast gives kids the energy to start their day, and it improves learning and behavior as well. And now new research shows that it can also help keep them at a … Read More

Do Your Heart a Favor: Don’t Skip Breakfast

You may go without breakfast because you want to lose weight, you have no time, or you’re just not a morning person. But believe it or not, eating breakfast can keep you healthier — and trimmer! This happens for three reasons, explains Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, from Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute’s Preventive Cardiology Nutrition … Read More

Should You Believe the Coffee-Cancer Hype?

The recent news that a large study found that coffee was linked to fewer oral cancer deaths has made a splash. Search “coffee and oral cancer” and you’ll find pages and pages of results leading to articles celebrating these results as proof that it’s healthy to drink coffee — and lots of it. A quick … Read More

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