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Good Sense Eating

Holiday scents are the spice of life

Good Sense Eating: The aromatic spices that are especially popular during the holidays not only smell good, many have health benefits for you and your family. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: After years of recommending otherwise, researchers now recommend fighting peanut allergies in infants by exposing them to peanuts — at a surprisingly early age. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: Clean skin and a balanced diet can help teens conquer an outbreak of blemishes. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: Research shows that childrens’ brains need the nutrients in protein-and-fiber-rich foods to stay alert and perform well in school. Read more…

Eat right to protect your sight: Foods that maintain eye health

Good Sense Eating: A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can keep your peepers in good shape. Read more…

That’s nuts: Heart Association advises against eating trendy coconut oil

Good Sense Eating: Seven out of seven studies found the oil boosted bad cholesterol. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: Whether your child attends sleep-away camp or day camp, food allergies can make you more nervous than usual. Here are some tips as you plan your child’s time away. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: Our mothers taught us much more than how to slice and dice during out times together in the kitchen. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: You may start to notice many well-known food companies are phasing out synthetic dyes from their products and replacing them with natural colors. Read more…

Out of the freezer: Are frozen veggies and fruits as good as fresh?

Good Sense Eating: On the one hand, we’re encouraged to purchase whole fresh vegetables and fruits. On the other hand, frozen produce is so convenient. Read more…

Ten nutrition resolutions for the New Year

Good Sense Eating: How about declaring some 2017 nutrition resolutions that will benefit your family now and in the future? Read more…
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