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Take on the Toughest Fitness Challenge of the Season: Summer

by Admin on July 18, 2014

We asked, and you told us: It’s HARD to maintain your fitness routine in the summer.

It’s no wonder. Changing schedules and all those cookouts, picnics, vacations, weddings, reunions and other get-togethers can sidetrack your plans to work out during the most “revealing” months of the year. Make this your healthiest summer ever, and check out the top five “summer bummers” that could disrupt your plans and our tips to avoid them!

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Blueberries Are Here!

by Admin on July 10, 2014

Blueberries are more than a cereal or dessert topping – here’s a #healthyrecipe from The Cooper Institute for a sweet and savory salad. Now you can enjoy the benefits of blueberries’ anti-oxidant and brain-boosting properties for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

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Add a Little Sizzle to that Standby, Broccoli

by Admin on June 27, 2014

Broccoli is available year-round and that's a good thing, since it's loaded with vitamin C, vitamin K, and fiber. But if you're bored with the steamed stuff after eating it all winter, The Cooper Institute's #healthyrecipe brightens it up with a sizzle of olive oil, earthy mushrooms and the punch of garlic. Try it with other veggies like zucchini, too! #TGIFF

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Life Is Like a Bowl of Cherries – Unless it’s Foodie Friday

by Admin on June 19, 2014

It’s easy to enjoy summer’s cherry bounty by the handful – but cooking with cherries doesn’t have to be the pits. This week’s #foodiefriday feature is a no-fuss, #healthyrecipe using frozen fruit, with all the same sweet goodness – and nutrients – as fresh cherries.

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Potato Leek Soup for Summer Suppers

by Admin on June 13, 2014

For a summertime version of a hearty winter favorite, this potato leek soup #healthyrecipe replaces cream with evaporated milk – and it’s loaded with calcium, potassium and vitamins C and B6.

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