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Should I Eat Corn?

5/5 experts say yes.

Corn as a health food seems like a no-brainer, and indeed it is: all five of our experts give it the thumbs up. 447 more words

In My Walking Shoes: Walk Kansas, Week 5

With Walk Kansas more than half over, I am continuing to meet my weekly walking goal of 150 minutes or more. For the second week in a row, I have hit 160 minutes. 331 more words

Walk Kansas

Should I Eat Falafel?

5/5 experts say yes.

Prepare the pita: falafel’s a health food, say all five of our experts.

That’s great news for lovers of the little gold balls, made from soaked chickpeas, parsley, garlic and spices. 470 more words

In My Walking Shoes: Walk Kansas, Week 3

Did You Know

  • we throw away more than one-third of the food produced in the United States
  • the average family throws away 14 percent of its food purchases…
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Grab and Go: Oatmeal Cups

A few months ago I shared a recipe for “Oatmeal in a Jar” which is still a family favorite! It is easy to make and each family member can personalize it to their taste preferences. 672 more words

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Can you have cookies for breakfast?

One of my favorite things about the holidays is that eating cookies for breakfast is not only accepted but encouraged! Cookies are one of my favorite things to make and eat, I particularly like the cookies that are high in fiber and protein because they are perfect candidates for “breakfast cookies” that you can eat any day and not just on holidays! 286 more words

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Diabetes Prevetnion

Diabetes Prevention

Prevention is your best choice when it comes to type 2 diabetes.  As a diabetic it is important for you to take heed to the following descriptions of preventative methods.  341 more words