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Feeling melancholy around the winter holidays is common.
The food we eat can be powerful medicine to help us boost our immune system, especially during the holidays.
Don’t fall into the trap of the “Season of Overeating”! That’s what I call the time from Thanksgiving through the New Year.
So you may be “Dashing” to the store, “Prancing” all over town and “Dancing” as the holiday party “Vixen.” But, it is this hustle and bustle that gives your diet a good lickin’.
You care a lot about staying healthy. That’s why you’re trying to get more exercise, drop those extra inches, get enough rest and eat right.
During the cool winter months, there's not many more vegetables that can brighten a table like sweet potatoes can. They are full of nutrients, easy to cook with and taste delicious.
Did you know you can freeze a pumpkin pie for up to two months? The same thing is true of a pecan pie. And eggnog that you buy in a carton can be frozen for as long as six months.
Like many of us, nutrition expert Dr. Felicia Stoler had tried various diets in her early twenties. But through proper nutrition, she gained knowledge and lost weight.
Thanksgiving is one of the biggest food holidays in America. It is a time when people look forward to getting together to eat themselves silly.
Thanksgiving Day is fast upon us and many will be cooking up a storm, entertaining guests, traveling, and dealing with a lot of stress.
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