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What’s So Great About Coconut Water?

You know something’s up when one day you spot a small news item reporting the health benefits of this or that, then there’s a friend of yours saying she ran

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What’s So Great About…Strawberries

What’s so great about strawberries. No word of a lie, last night as my husband was washing strawberries, and my 4 year old daughter poking her nose into the sink,

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Healthy Habits: How to Solve the Condiment Conundrum

By Theresa Albert, author of Ace Your Health; 52 Ways to Stack Your Deck. Keep up with Theresa at myfriendinfood.com Killer Condiment Conundrum Its barbecue season and what could be

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What’s So Bad (Good) About…Barbecue?

I have to say, when I began thinking about this post I was totally depressed. Who wants to hear (during Barbecue Week no less) that grilling causes cancer? Not me, that’s

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What’s So Bad About…Gluten (for some)

I once saw a comedian talking about taking a bite of his friend’s gluten free muffin, prompting his reaction “I have no idea what gluten is, but apparently it’s delicious!” 

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What’s So Great About…Planting Your Own Herb Garden

No back yard?  Containers will do just fine thank you very much. Sadly, gardening isn’t a hereditary gene. My garden contains whatever the previous owner of my home planted and

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What’s So Great About Yogurt?

I feel like I should tell you right up front, so you don’t think I lured you here under false pretences, this post really should be called something like “Is

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What’s So Bad About Juice?

You are going to hate me for this – I hate me for this – but juice makes the bad list.  And I’m not just talking about Sunny D or that

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What’s So Bad About…Genetically Modified Foods

I scream, you scream, we all scream for transgenic, eel extrusion ice cream. No? Well that’s what manufacturers are hoping with their latest innovation in the quest for low fat

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What’s So Great About Asparagus?

There are few things that say “Spring!”  more deliciously than asparagus.  The green spears’ ideal growing season are about 6 – 8 weeks in the spring and early summer. While you