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Category Archives: Diets
From left, Courtney Lewis and Jess Ensminger of Family First Health cross Market Street in York Tuesday during Family First Health’s “Starts With Apples Campaign,” which encourages people to take control of their own health care through small changes … Continue reading
Casseroles are one of my favorite dishes to make. They are usually super easy and there is no need to clean the dish after dinner is served. Just plop a lid on it, and store it away in the fridge! … Continue reading
The leaves are falling, the air is becoming crisp, and it is time for kale. I love kale. It has recently become a fad food, but I began my love of kale a few years back. There is something awesome … Continue reading
Starting about 3 weeks from race day, most marathon training plans call for a taper. Tapering, if you’re not familiar with this particular form of torture, is basically a decrease in mileage to help your body be in top form … Continue reading
Moving can be hard on anyone, and a vegetarian is no exception. So how do you eat meat-free and somehow juggle the unpacking shuffle without a working kitchen? It just takes a little planning! This all depends on how far … Continue reading
I eat a lot of processed carbs. As in: a huge amount. I tried to mentally keep track of just how many boxed carbs (cereal, breads, pasta) I was eating in a day, and it’s kind of sad. For breakfast, … Continue reading
With my diet on hold and a slight scent of fall in the air, having three boxes of macaroni in my pantry is a huge temptation. I will need noodles every day for lunch until they are gone, and my … Continue reading