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Eat to Beat Inflammation

What is Inflammation and Why May Inflammation Be Harmful? Inflammation in the body is a response to what the body detects as foreign and harmful. If your body is consistently inflamed, then it may begin to cause a problem by not healing itself and/or causing damage to healthy parts.  It is well documented that eating […]
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(Plant-based) Summery Oat Breakfast Bowl

Ingredients: 1/3 cup granola of choice 1 Tbsp ground flaxseed 1 Tbsp unsweetened shredded coconut (optional) Cinnamon 2/3 cup unsweetened cashew milk (or other plant-based) probiotic drink 1 fresh nectarine or peach, sliced and cut in chunks ¼ cup fresh blueberries 4-5 pecans (or other nut), chopped Instructions: Pour granola into a serving bowl and […]
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5 Reasons To Make Your Primary Care Visit This Year

5 Reasons To Make Your Primary Care Visit This Year

Have you scheduled your yearly visit with your primary care doctor? Even prior to the pandemic, patients would often delay scheduling a visit with their primary care physician until an urgent need arose. During the pandemic, many patients were understandably hesitant...

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Seven Attitudes of Mindfulness

Seven Attitudes of Mindfulness

Whether you are in physical pain or are experiencing tension, worry or anxiety, mindfulness may benefit you. Being mindful is a state of being in the moment.

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Reasons TO Power Nap

Reasons TO Power Nap

If you’ve ever felt “guilty” about your afternoon nap, it’s time to let go of that guilt! Listen to your body when you need it, and know that by taking time for a power nap, you really are doing your body a whole lot of good!

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Positivity Tools for Coping With Holiday Stress 2020

Positivity Tools for Coping With Holiday Stress 2020

The stress of this past year has been like none other. From the anxiety of the coronavirus pandemic to juggling working from home with homeschooling, 2020 has been a whirlwind. While December can be a difficult month for many people, even during a “normal” year, the...

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Roasted Delicata Squash

Roasted Delicata Squash

by Susan Greeley, MS, RDN Seasonal, local vegetables are an easy way to add delicious variety to your plate and some great nutritional value to support your health and ward off illness. “Super squash” abounds right now, and these savory beauties are so simple to cook....

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Three Simple Diet Habits to Help Prevent Diabetes

Three Simple Diet Habits to Help Prevent Diabetes

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, and we’d like to share some steps you can take to lower your risk and help educate others on how they can do the same. Diabetes is a widespread health problem throughout the country, affecting 10.5% of Americans. [1]...

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Exercise Could Be the Key to Reducing Breast Cancer Risk

Exercise Could Be the Key to Reducing Breast Cancer Risk

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s also the perfect time to consider making some lifestyle changes to help improve your overall health (and ward off disease.) One of the most common cancers in the U.S. among women, an estimated one in eight women develop...

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