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Recipe for Baked Oatmeal Squares
Looking for a super satiating breakfast or mid-day snack? Look no further! Try out these baked oatmeal squares. The taste and texture are great. The preparation for them is fairly straightforward and the best part is you can customize the recipe to your liking! Scroll down for the recipe for baked oatmeal squares. Follow thisContinue reading “Recipe for Baked Oatmeal Squares”
5 Ways to Add More Vegetables into Your Diet (Recipe Ideas Included)
A common question I get is, “How many fruits and vegetables do I need in a day?” A good rule of thumb for most adults is to aim for 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. This is the optimal amount that scientists have found an association with lower risks of many health conditions.Continue reading “5 Ways to Add More Vegetables into Your Diet (Recipe Ideas Included)”
Seasonal Winter Vegetables to Add to Your Diet Today!
While we are in the midst of winter, take advantage of buying some of the best winter produce in season right now! What are some reasons to buy produce in season? They tastes better. Seasonal fruits and vegetables are grown at its preferred climate and when they’re picked for consumption, they are more likely toContinue reading “Seasonal Winter Vegetables to Add to Your Diet Today!”
Understanding Different Cooking Oils
Nutrition enthusiast and recipe curator, Nicole Smolen*, explores different cooking oils in this guest blog post. Learn which cooking oils might be best for your daily use or for cooking certain dishes. Our ancestors prized rich flavoring agents including tallow, lard, and poultry fat. In ancient Africa, around 8,000 B.C., dairy products yielded animal fatContinue reading “Understanding Different Cooking Oils”