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Yummy Kale Salad Recipe – High fiber, low calorie, low carb, You’ll be see through in no time by Adria A. Posted Wed 19 Jun 2013 12:00am   If you haven’t already tried kale salad then your definitely missing out.   Originally I thought it sounded horrible.  However, I noticed that my bother could eat a whole pint from Gelson’s market and he seemed to be enjoying every bite!    At the time he wasn’t really a health nut so I f ... Read on »
Fiber 101 and Constipation in Kids by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Wed 05 Dec 2012 3:48pm Constipation is very common in little children, and I have learned this from my own experience with my kids.  My little Sophie has had constipation issues since she was just a baby.   What is it? Constipation is typically characterized by infrequent bowel movements or hard, dry stools. Some signs and symptoms of constipation ar ... Read on »
Quinoa Salad with Corn and Black Beans | Healthy Recipes and Snacks by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 11:21pm This Healthy Quinoa Salad Recipe Uses Southwest Staples Like Corn and Black Beans to Make A High Protein, High Energy Meal in Under 30 Minutes. Quinoa is one of those grains that seems to have endless possibilities, especially for people who are trying to eat healthy and stay in shape. High in all nine essential amino acids, a great source ... Read on »
The Poop Scoop – A Guide to Healthy Poops by Alison A. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 12:00am   High-Fiber Recipes Below! Not much older than eleven or twelve, my friend had us in stitches after her first day of her new babysitting gig: The mom came home and asked if the child had a BM while she was gone. Intuiting that the mom must have been referring to ‘poop’ but never having ... Read on »
High Fiber Friday: A Tasty Whole Wheat Couscous Salad (Recipe Page & Nutrition Info Included!) by elle Posted Fri 29 Apr 2011 12:00am It’s Friday, the weather is great, I only have 1 final exam left to study for and one of my good friends, Andrea , is getting married tomorrow.  It can’t get much better than that!  Yay for another fun wedding weekend!  For today’s High Fiber Friday post I’ve created a recipe page with nutrition info for the tasty whole wheat couscous salad I ... Read on »
Guest Post: Healthy Snacks by Brandi Posted Thu 03 Feb 2011 7:39am Kathryn Steed is a writer and editor for the health and beauty website Fit&Fab Living and the Fit&Fab Living blog, Running With Mascara . During the winter, you may find yourself snacking more than usual.  Remember that snacking is actually good for you, as long as you choose the right kinds of treats to fill those gaps between meals.  Pick ... Read on »
Blog Bake Sale by Carrots 'N' Cake Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Sep 2010 3:29am Welcome to our Blog Bake Sale to raise money for Team In Training ! As you probably know, Mal and I are training to run the Honolulu Marathon in December with Team In Training. We’ve already raised more than $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (thanks to many of you!), but we know we can still do better. Our goal is $12,000!! ... Read on »
Go with Your Gut! by Teniesha Facebook Posted Mon 20 Feb 2012 8:14am A brief note to the faint of heart and stomach: here there be poop-talk! You have been warned. Proceed at your own discretion. Also, a disclaimer: I’m NOT a doctor or a certified anything. I’m just a health nut, and I read a lot of health-related books, articles, pamphlets, you name it. Before seeking colon hydrotherapy, consult your doctor ... Read on »
Book review: The Green Smoothie Bible by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Sun 25 Mar 2012 7:03pm By Kristine Miles Review by Scott Keith We simply don’t get enough fruits and veggies in our diet. We crave processed sweets and goodies. The obesity problem in the United States is through the roof. And obesity, in the decades ahead, will certainly result in skyrocketing health costs. How, then, can we get more fruits and vegetab ... Read on »
Shape Up, Safely, for Summer by HealthFinder Posted Sat 12 May 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Be realistic and don't overdo it, experts say. SATURDAY, May 12 (HealthDay News) -- Being he ... Read on »