Fall Flavors: The Most Nutritious Foods You Can Add to Your Diet This Season

With the recent chill in the air, the shortening days, and of course the turning of the calendar pages, it is now undeniable: Fall is officially here. Fall is one of my favorite seasons, mostly because I enjoy cradling a big steaming bowl of soup in my hands, smelling the variety of scents that rise from the bowl, be it lentil, or beef barley, or butternut squash, or some other delicious soup packed with the wonderful vegetables that ripen during this time of the year. While I love all of the Fall foods, my favorites include sweet potatoes, pumpkins, winter squash (especially butternut!), apples, and of course, greens. Continue reading “Fall Flavors: The Most Nutritious Foods You Can Add to Your Diet This Season”

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Protecting Yourself Against H1N1

Lately, every time we turn on the news, the H1N1 virus is the top story of the day. The disease is becoming more widespread and people are concerned for their health and safety. H1N1 is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses that cause regular outbreaks in pigs. Normally, people are not affected, but human infections can happen and as we have seen recently, have happened. Continue reading “Protecting Yourself Against H1N1”

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Initiating Fitness

Have you been overwhelmed lately by the speed with which many changes have manifested in your life? Instead of feeling like a victim trying to adjust to each dramatic change coming at you, why don’t you empower yourself by creating change within yourself? A very old tradition of medicine called Ayurveda states, “Heal Thyself.” Continue reading “Initiating Fitness”

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I Love Summer Tomatoes!

Is there anything better than a warm tomato picked from your garden? Okay, maybe there are a few things, but when you are biting into this ripe red fruit, it’s hard to think of what they may be. I know that not everyone is lucky enough to have tomatoes growing in their backyards, but your local farmers’ markets are brimming with them, so there is no excuse not to enjoy locally grown tomatoes. Continue reading “I Love Summer Tomatoes!”

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