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Nutrition News

More Tips for a Healthy Summer Season

The spread of COVID-19 may have changed your summer plans as you did a “staycation” or hosted a barbecue with a smaller group. But as you enjoy this atypical summer, …

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5 Foods that Help Lower your Cancer Risk

No one food can prevent cancer. However, eating a balanced diet that includes foods rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants is important.  Making these healthy lifestyle choices, staying active and …

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How to Roast Vegetables

Just about any vegetables can be roasted in the oven. Roasting creates a wonderful flavor for the veggies as it caramelizes the natural sugars and combines with the oil and …

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Growing Vegetables in Small Places

Gardening is a great spring activity that gets you outdoors and increases your access to heathly foods.  Many people find gardening to be relaxing, rewarding, and a great creative outlet.  …

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The Truth About Kombucha

The Truth About Kombucha

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What exactly is a cancer-fighting diet?

What exactly is a cancer-fighting diet?

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Small but Mighty

Blueberries The blueberry is one of the few fruits native to North America. Native Americans used the berries and parts of the plant for medicine. Today, blueberries have a “rockstar” …

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Time to Talk About Alcohol

By Deirde McGinley-Gieser I am in that phase of life where my age puts me at higher risk for breast cancer, and as the mother of two teenage daughters I …

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Cranberries

If you are looking for a fun “Foodie” trip from Cedar Rapids; consider driving 4 hours north to Warren WI to see the harvesting of cranberries. They even have a …

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“Three Sisters” Squash, Corn, & Black Bean Salad

“Three Sisters” Squash, Corn, & Black Bean Salad

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