PortionMate! Is it the Solution to Right Size Portion?


  Many people following a meal plan focus on the number of calories in each food. This becomes challenging to manage. It is easier to use “Portion Mate” – A meal and snack measuring tool. It takes away the guesswork and all the other methods that you use to align right sized portions. One of…

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How Many Servings You Need Each Day?

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How many servings do you need each day? Servings and portion sizes are often confused and normally bigger than the manufacturer’s size shown on the food label.     * Asterisk denotes that: The number of servings depends on your age. Older children and teenagers (ages 9 to 18 years) and adults over the age…

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Your Year in Review & Moving Forward

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The holidays are over and we are now in the New Year, the gifts are returned, the sales are now wrapping up and you may even have shopped for new items to use in the future. Best of all you made your New Year resolution(s) that are in progress. Is your resolution about wanting to…

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Dessert: White Bean Pie with Almonds


Dessert fit for any Celebrations We know that beans are important legumes to eat. So here is a recipe that will transform your taste buds and your perception when you prepare and eat it. It is healthy, delicious, and nutritious. It is also easy to prepare. Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. Substitute and…

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How to Sort Nutrition Facts About Fruit


Part 1: Amazing Facts on How to Sort Nutrition Label Information About Fruit By Hope H Anderson Fruits are vital components of a healthy diet Yet 60% of Americans hardly eat enough fruits. Many say it is hard to fit them in and hard to do. To meet your daily requirements, it means eating 2…

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Cereal and Breakfast: Is it Right For You?

Cereal is one of the healthiest breakfast choices you can make. Ready-to-eat cereal has fewer calories than almost any other breakfast option. Know the Facts About Breakfast  Ready-to-eat cereals are nutrient dense that is they are lower in calories and high in nutrients. They have vitamins, minerals, and important nutrients without added calories. Cereal eaters…

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Continuation of Merry Go Round Jerk Cuisine

Jerking pork has been a long time custom in Jamaica since the middle of the 17th century. The method of pit-cooking meat originated by the African hunters who were enslaved by the British. Perhaps the West African hunters adapted the seasoning methods of the native Arawak Indians who lived on the island as in their…

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Paint Your Summer Green With Herbs

What – Herbs! I’ll tell and show you how. Think of all the produce – fruits and vegetables, whole grains that need another attire that are green and waiting for some herb- extravaganza to layer it on. Wake up your taste buds with fresh herbs like mint, basil, parsley, celery, chervil, chives, dill, lemon balm,…

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Learn about the Cruciferous Family

Do you know what vegetables are members of the cruciferous family? You may be familiar with broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts and cabbage that are members of the group. Watercress and bok-choy are also classified as cruciferous. Would you be surprised to know that kale, collard greens, turnips, arugula, rutabaga and radishes are members of that…

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We Are What We Eat

We Are What We Eat That saying, “You are what you eat”, provides keen insight into our health and well-being. Choosing whole plant based foods over refined processed foods has unequaled value as one of the components of a healthy lifestyle. Are you concerned about your health and how you can live a vibrant healthy…

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