Comfort Foods You Can Keep On Eating

mashed sweet potatoesIt’s tempting to seek warmth and comfort from our food in the winter. “Comfort foods” fill you up and taste like home, so they seem bound to be unhealthy, right?

If the chill in the air makes you want good old-fashioned “stick to your ribs” meals, no need to deprive yourself. A few tweaks are all it takes to make these dishes over.

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Foods Fit for Fall – Fish

fishIt’s autumn—maybe you’ve noticed some changing leaves on the trees. It’s also the month of the harvest moon, which once ushered in harvests of food before winter.

In fact, one of the best things about fall is the chance to eat a variety of healthy, seasonal foods. In our last newsletter, we focused on pears. This edition, we’re hooked on fish.

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Foods Fit for Fall – Pears

pearsThe kids are back in school and the fall season is upon us. That means it’s harvest time, and happily, autumn brings us excellent choices for eating healthy, seasonal foods.

While we’re all for apple picking and trips to the pumpkin patch, there’s another crop that packs in a lot of health benefits in a tasty, natural package. This fall, choose pears.

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Myths and Truths About Counting Calories

notepad, pencil, tape measure and fruitFor some, the quest to lose weight becomes an ongoing struggle with counting calories and a lack of results. It’s frustrating to feel the scale is stuck, even when eating very little.

Fortunately, we know more these days about the truths and myths of calorie counting, so dieters don’t have to feel they must go hungry to stop this cycle from repeating!

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