Spring Cleaning
People often ask, “What should I do for a cleanse?” However, they rarely ask “When?”

Learning Portion Control
You may want to shed weight or simply watch what you eat. A part of learning healthier eating habits includes portion control. It might sound restrictive but once you learn the principles, it can be quite liberating.

Your Own Kitchen Makeover
So you’ve made the decision to eat healthier-for the sake of your own health and that of your family. One step you can make to support that decision is to conduct an inventory of the food already in your kitchen and then determine what to keep and what to toss.

Quick! Tips for Cooks On-the-Go
We want to eat healthier but it sounds time-consuming and intimidating. But cooking healthy doesn’t need to be. With some new appliances and food prep short cuts, you can have fresh food on your plate in under 30 minutes.

Cravings: Taming the Beast
Ever wonder why you crave cookies but your sister craves pretzels? Maybe your husband loves spicy, burn-your-tongue chili and you stash hard candy in your purse.

Calcium builds and restores bones and regulates muscle contractions, including heartbeat. However, without magnesium, phosphorus and vitamins A, C and D, calcium cannot be absorbed at all.

Arthritis? Don’t Eat That Tomato!
If you have arthritis, or a family history of arthritis, avoid nightshades. Nightshades, solanaceae, are plants that grow by the light of the moon, not the sun.

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