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Crispy Parmesan Baked Fish

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Nutrition Facts Label – Comparison of New & Old

Please click here for the comparison of new and old Nutrition Facts Label Here are a few awareness videos to take a peak at!

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Fatigue

Fatigue is another very common long-term effect of cancer treatment. While we often think about fatigue in regard to active chemotherapy or radiation treatment this can go on well into …

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Lemon Chicken Piccata

This boneless, skinless part of the bird often gets cooked to dry disappointment. The reason has a lot to do with its shape: one end is much thicker and wider—and …

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King Arthur Irish Soda Bread

Not only will you greatly increase the fiber content (whole-wheat has nearly four times more fiber than all-purpose, for example), but you’ll add more potassium, magnesium and zinc to what …

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Clean-Out-the-Fridge Vegetable Soup

Before you go food shopping each week, go through your fridge and pull out any produce that’s starting to look sad but is still good, as well as any leftover …

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Lemon-Garlic Vinaigrette

  While a 1-to-2 acid-to-oil ratio is common for vinaigrette, shifting it to 1-to-1½ yields a dressing with a brighter flavor and fewer calories. That means for every ½ cup …

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Pineapple Spinach Smoothie

Use juice rather than added sugar, such as honey or maple syrup, to balance the bitter taste of greens and suddenly you have a serving of vegetables that tastes like …

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10 Ways to Be a Better Cook

Cooking at home more often instead of eating out or relying on premade convenience foods is one of our top recommendations for improving the health of our patients’ diets. Check …

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Fear of Recurrence

The fear of recurrence of cancer is the most common long-term effect of any cancer, no matter the type. Almost everyone will think about this at some point in their …

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