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Chocolate Milk for Post Exercise Nutrition by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 13 May 2009 11:23pm You may be pleasantly surprised at which beverage is now being used as an exercise drink choice. For post exercise nutrition, the favorite childhood drink -  chocolate milk is now being recommended and used by a bunch of fitness experts, athletes and in general all people hitting the gym and looking to improve their bodies. This is too good t ... Read on »
Ultragrain Gives Your Chocolate Chip Cookie a Nutritional Punch! by Kim Schwabenbauer Posted Thu 01 May 2014 6:28pm As a dietitian and professional athlete, I come into contact with some pretty neat people!  One of the things I truly enjoy is working with nutrition students and dietetic interns who have a passion and interest in food similar to my own.  Often times, these young minds end up inspiring me as I’m getting to know them and remind me of why I firs ... Read on »
Nutritional Analysis – DIY Paleo Chocolate Syrup (NO High Fructose Corn Syrup!) by Lauren Goslin Posted Fri 14 Dec 2012 10:06pm Nutritional Analysis – DIY Paleo Chocolate Syrup (NO High Fructose Corn Syrup!) Nutritional Analyses December 14, 2012 The nutrition data for this recipe is as follows: Number of servings: about 6 (tablespoons) Nutrition facts (per serving): WITHOUT THE OPTIONAL INGR ... Read on »
Head of Harvard Nutrition Unit Says No to Chocolate Milk by Ann C. Posted Thu 13 Jan 2011 12:15pm Too much sugar in school food? Reposted with permission: By Ed Bruske aka The Slow Cook The dairy industry would like to see Americans everywhere lift a glass for chocolate milkand pour one for their kids while they’re at it. Dr. Walter Willett, chairman of the department of nutrition at the Harvard School ... Read on »
Eats of the Week: Nutritional Yeast and Chocolate Cookies by Nicole G Posted Wed 22 Feb 2012 9:13pm I bought nutritional yeast in the bulk section of Whole Foods a few weeks ago after reading so much about it on other health blogs. I figure it is a good way for me to get a little extra protein and B vitamins in my diet since I am not a big meat eater. You can read more about nutritional yeast here at my post on diet-blog . Main ... Read on »
Nutrition Packed Caramelized Banana and Dark Chocolate Chunk Pancakes by Nicole C. Posted Sat 28 Apr 2012 3:22pm Nothing warms my heart more than when I hear my children talking with their friends and explaining something (anything) I have taught them about life, faith, science, nutrition etc… It means they ARE actually listening! So it was pleasing to me when I heard my daughter explain to her friend the difference between a treat and a snack. When m ... Read on »
Nutritional, Health And Beauty Benefits Of Chocolate by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Jun 2014 7:00am “Nutritional, Health And Beauty Benefits Of Chocolate,” a new report created by Amira K on the site Vkool.com shows nutrition and health benefits of chocolate, and detailed instructions on how to use it properly. In the first part of this report, people will discover some difference between main types of chocolate such as: * Unsweetened c ... Read on »
Whole Life Nutrition's Amazing Chocolate Chip Cookies (flour free, sugar free,gluten free, vegan) by Kim Christensen Posted Sat 19 Dec 2009 7:40am I've had a totally inappropriate urge for chocolate chip cookies lately.  Part of it, of course, is seasonal - this time of year just CALLS for baking.  But part of it because my sweets cravings are a little out of control.  After getting the Lyme diagnosis six weeks ago and dealing with some added financial and emotional stress, I totally fell ... Read on »
Whole Life Nutrition's Amazing Chocolate Chip Cookies (flour free, sugar free,gluten free, vegan) by Kim Christensen Posted Sat 19 Dec 2009 7:40am I've had a totally inappropriate urge for chocolate chip cookies lately.  Part of it, of course, is seasonal - this time of year just CALLS for baking.  But part of it because my sweets cravings are a little out of control.  After getting the Lyme diagnosis six weeks ago and dealing with some added financial and emotional stress, I totally ... Read on »
Nutrition Impostor: Nestle Chocolate Bars by Janine Bolton, R.D. Posted Tue 19 Jan 2010 12:00am Another Nutrition Impostor for the books…This time it’s Nestle. Standing in line at the grocery store, I noticed a few of the chocolate bars had, what looked to me, like the “heart smart” check from the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation. Upon closer inspection I see that it is merely a red shape resembling a heart (pa ... Read on »