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Grocery Spotlight – Holiday Teas to Try This Season

Are you looking for some holiday beverages, but want to avoid all the calories in the typical eggnog, hot cocoa or hot cider?

Food for Thought: Navigating the Holiday Season

For those of you who aren’t able to make a “Mindful Eating for the Holidays” class this year (shameless plug!), here’s a pre-Thanksgiving pep talk from your friendly neighborhood dietitian.

Recipe Challenge: Stewed Garbanzo Beans

This week, Rebecca is bringing you one of her kitchen staples, the chickpea stew from the Sqirl cookbook!

Grocery Spotlight: Avoid the High Calorie Snack Packs

This week, a grocery store PSA: watch the snack packs!

Why Obesity Is the Leprosy of the 21st Century – and How We Can Fix It

Back in September, many people cheered as James Corden fired back at Bill Maher’s fat-shaming comments—and his notion that “some amount of shame is good” …

Food for Thought: Red Meat vs. White Meat

When it comes to protein, we’re always being told that red meat is “bad” and white meat is “good”. Is it really that simple? Why is one better than the other? Can animal meat be both red AND white? An investigation.