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Andrew Luck is calling an audible—and hoping Hoosier kids listen. The Colts quarterback will team up with Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health to improve the health of Indiana kids with the “Change the Play”...
The poorest Americans would nearly starve if it weren't for fast-food dollar menus and other cheap, highly processed foods, such as mashed potatoes in a box. We've heard this so many times that we accept as fact the idea that obesity and diabetes are...
Legoland Florida executive chef Robert K. Sit has his own set of building blocks. Taking the elements of farm-to-table cuisine and his research into health and nutrition, Sit is building a dining plan for the new theme park that will reflect the local...
Words have a funny way of impacting one’s life. When certain things are said to you they either move you to action or hold you down and suffocate you. I remember hearing such words about two years ago from two different sources but both had a...
Last month I wrote about the increased caloric requirements of the dairy calf in cold weather. It has long been accepted that during times of cold stress, calves must be fed at least an extra feeding of milk daily or they will lose weight. But what...
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In training for any fitness goal, proper nutrition is paramount if you have any hope in coming near said goals. It all begins with what's for breakfast. There is truth to the old adage: breakfast is the most important part of the day. Then why are fewer...
You're in the majority if your definition of leafy greens is limited to salads made with iceberg lettuce. The good news is that there are many other leafy greens, which are nutrition powerhouses low in sodium, high in fiber. Kale is a versatile leafy...
Guys, let's face it. Getting older sucks. We start losing our hair, our strength and our athletic performance. Plus, it it becomes more and more inappropriate to hit on 22-year-old women. While we can't do much about the latter, making sure we take...
The Hartford CourantConsumers who spend up to twice as much on organic foods naturally want to know what they're getting for their money, and on first glance, a report this week by Stanford University health researchers seems to say, not much. The report looked at dozens of...
Whether you’re making a trip through the salad bar or creating your own salad at home, side and main dish salads can be a great way to eat more colorful fruits and veggies every day. Green salads can be a powerhouse of nutrition; however, they...
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For some reason, I get invited to a lot of cooking competitions, both as a judge and as an observer. I can't go to all of them — I'd weigh 500 pounds — but when I was invited to last week's Aspires Teen Iron Chef competition between two teams...
The holidays are a time for generosity and gifts of food are always welcome by those in need. These gifts can shift the focus from holiday overeating to sharing with those who may not have enough to eat. There are many ways to give nourishing gifts...
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