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Cooked unripe (green) jackfruit has a stringy texture somewhat like pulled pork (or artichoke hearts). But with only 1 or 2 grams of protein per 3 oz., it’s more…Read more

Gardein Golden Fishless Filets or Mini Crispy Crabless Cakes could pass for real seafood…but they’ve got less omega-3 fat than you’d get in fish. “Contains 32 mg of ALA,…Read more

Registered Dietitian-Nutritionists – Your Recipe for Success! A registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) can help you weed through the murky waters of nutrition misinformation and provide sound, easy-to-follow nutrition advice.…Read more

Here are six tips to help you figure out which deserve a place on your plate. 1. Maximize protein. If your aim is to replace meat, ¬fish, or poultry,…Read more

It’s more important than ever to raise a healthy eater. Did you know the generation growing up now (ages 0-26) W-I-L-L predecease their parents solely because of the diabetes/obesity…Read more

January was a perfect time to start fresh with a new attitude, new goals and hopefully a positive outlook! July is a great time to revisit your resolution! While…Read more

The tuna aisle can be confusing! Most people buy what they always have, but there are some differences: Light Tuna – There are a variety of fish that fall…Read more

With evidence mounting, the World Health Organization and the American Heart Association have advised people to get potassium from foods, especially fruits and vegetables. Citrus fruits, bananas, cantaloupe, prunes,…Read more

The evidence is very strong and very consistent that a higher potassium intake may blunt the effect of excess salt on blood pressure. And most Americans get too much…Read more

It’s been shown over and over again that when you keep people up for extended periods of time, they start eating between 300 to 550 extra calories per day…Read more

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