Red and white quinoa grain in glass bowls on white background
Sphygmomanometer isolated on white background blood pressure
Young woman with a grocery shopping bag.
Smiling medical doctor woman with stethoscope.
Different nuts with nutcracker
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
SparX tiny bite-size fruit-flavored candies are a new sugar-free candy line sweetened exclusively with xylitol. Xylitol is an all-natural sweetener derived from corn cobs, birch trees and other natural sources, and is similar to sugar in taste and texture, but with unique health benefits not…
The power of Green: There may not be just one superfood, but these green drinks are a nutritional boost to any diet
Green drinks made with veggies, herbs and fruits stand up to all the hype by providing many nutrients the body needs.
NoOodle next-to-no carb soups, with just 5 grams to be exact, allows everyone to enjoy a hearty cup of soup without sacrificing taste or diet. The broth-based soups contain 50 calories per serving and are packed with a natural dietary fiber that slows digestion and traps fat from being absor…
Phil Potempa's weekly farm column recipe.
Excalibur's patented Parallex Horizontal Air Flow and Hyperwave Fluctuation technology, makes Excalibur units one of the most efficient heat/dry combination on the market for food dehydrators. They start at $399.99 at excaliburdehydrator.com.
Shantelk Yates, left, waits for her blood pressure results Monday at the Be Healthy Together station of the Take 5 for Life program at the Carrie Gosch Elementary School gymnasium in East Chicago. With her, is Khisha Anderson, a St. Catherine Hospital community outreach specialist.
Craig Dovica, a Fitness Pointe supervisor, watches as mother and daughter, Shantel Yates and third-grader Asia Nesbitt, exercise at the Take 5 for Life screening program at Carrie Gosch Elementary School gymnasium in East Chicago.
This year’s developments have certainly vindicated those of us who care about our health, our environment and our treatment of animals.
Faith in Bread
Food for Life's brand new Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Flax Bread is made with freshly-sprouted, certified organic live grains and sprouted flax seeds throughout. The bread is a powerhouse of nutrition. It is 100 percent flourless and sells for $4.09 at Whole Foods and Dominick's or foodforlife.com.
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