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HAPPY NEW YEAR/DECADE!

HAPPY NEW YEAR/DECADE!

We are 17 days into the New Year and new decade. Fresh starts are refreshing and energizing with the thought of what is to come in this new year. They can also be frustrating and depressing if you have unrealistic goals for yourself. It is fabulous to...

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CHICKEN AND ASPARAGUS STIR FRY

CHICKEN AND ASPARAGUS STIR FRY

CHICKEN AND ASPARAGUS STIR FRY Serves: 2-3 Ingredients:2 tbsp olive oil2 chicken breast, cubed1/4 cup broccoli1/4 cup asparagus, chopped1 med carrot, thinly sliced2 garlic cloves1/8 cup water chestnuts1/8 cup snap peas1/2 cup coconut aminosOR...

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HOLIDAY BOARDS

HOLIDAY BOARDS

Make sure you keep your health in mind this holiday season. You can still live a healthy lifestyle while not depriving yourself this season with these tips:Eat something small before going so you aren’t starvingHave a small portion of a higher...

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FRESH (& QUICK) TOMATO SAUCE

FRESH (& QUICK) TOMATO SAUCE

Our dinners lately have been quick because my husband has been working almost every night. Most days of the week we don’t see each other or it is for an hour or so. When we have a night to have dinners together, we usually have 1-2 hours so quick dinners...

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PUMPKIN SPICE DESSERT HUMMUS

PUMPKIN SPICE DESSERT HUMMUS

Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy good food and family. Here is a delicious, healthy, high fiber, naturally sweetened, high in vit A dessert to bring to your Thanksgiving meal. PUMPKIN SPICE DESSERT HUMMUSServes: 1.5 cups Ingredients: 6 Medjool...

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Each winter, severe weather and seasonal illness take their toll on blood supplies across the country. With January being National Blood Donor Month, there's no better time than now to donate. To help out, find a blood drive near you. https://t.co/NIx5OkBEMm

Are you looking for ways to be happier and healthier in 2020? Consider some of the suggestions in this article for improved self-care. Adding a few small, but purposeful mental health improvements can result in big rewards for your overall health!
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Research continues to show that a lower body mass index (BMI) not only means that you have lost pounds and inches, it is also consistently linked with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes in this recent study.
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