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Deborah Enos

Jumpstart Your Weight Loss with These 3 Tips

Author: Nutritionist Deborah Enos, The One Minute Wellness Coach Have you ever been in denial about weight gain? I was in that exact position a few years ago. You couldn’t have paid me to get on a scale! As long as I didn’t have to see my actual weight, I […]

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Organic

Nutrition: Organic vs. Conventionally Grown

More Matters™, a dynamic health initiative led by the Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) in partnership with other health organizations says that organic fruits and vegetables are not more nutritious than conventionally grown. An analysis of 46 studies published in 2009 determined that “there is no evidence of a […]

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Healthy Foods are Not More Expensive

Healthy Foods are Not More Expensive When you compare the price of foods by weight or average portion size, vegetables and fruits are less expensive than most dairy, protein, and moderation foods. It’s only when you compare price per calorie that less healthy foods are cheaper than fruits and vegetables. […]

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Deborah Enos

Overcoming the Exercise Rut

Author: Nutritionist Deborah Enos, The One Minute Wellness Coach If you’ve ever found yourself in an exercise rut (and who among us hasn’t?), you know how hard it is to get back up and start a consistent program again. And if you’ve gained weight during your hiatus, it can be […]

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Power Pudding

Power Pudding

Serve Power Pudding and you will find this delightful high fiber sweet snack a regular item on your menus.   It’s tasty, easy-to-make and eat, and helps keep the digestive system happy and healthy.   Serve as a mid-morning or afternoon snack, breakfast treat, or dessert. Ingredients: 3 cups Stapleton’s […]

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Sodium

Concerns about canned fruits and vegetables are unfounded

Shoppers who don’t purchase canned fruits and vegetables say it is because they are less healthy and have ‘added preservatives or artificial ingredients.’ In reality, added sugar or sodium are the primary added ingredients to these products and ‘no-sodium’ or ‘packed 100% juice’ versions are readily available. Concern has also […]

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Pediatrics

The real sugar culprits

Canned fruit contributes less than two percent of the added sugar in most American diets. Top sources of added sugar in the diet come from soda, energy drinks and sports drinks, grain-based desserts, fruit drinks, dairy desserts, candy, ready-to-eat cereals, sugars and honey, tea, and yeast breads. To avoid the […]

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Why All Forms Matter

The call for increased fruit and vegetable consumption often emphasizes fresh produce, grown locally. There is a misperception that the preservation or processing of fruits and vegetables diminishes nutritional quality. This is often cited as the rationale for the focus on fresh, despite research that shows the nutritional equivalent or, […]

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Pistachios

Food Pharmacy

Author: Nutritionist Deborah Enos, The One Minute Wellness Coach There’s an old saying that is often quoted. “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Who uttered such wise words? Why, it was Hippocrates; the man who is known as the father of modern medicine. We’ve come a […]

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Dried Prunes Cans

Stapleton’s Canned Prunes: The Smart Choice

Twice the Fruit, Half the Shelf Space, Lower Cost per Serving Three cans of Stapleton’s Prunes have the same number of servings as six cans of just about any other fruit, and at roughly $0.27 per serving, you can’t go wrong. Twice the Fruit Exchanges per Can A fruit exchange […]

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