What Color is Your Culinary Palette?

By February, the winter doldrums can truly have set in. Natural light levels may be low, temperatures even lower and just making your way to work or school can be a a study in drudgery…or is it trudgery? Once you get home, it’s time to regroup, de-stress and replenish body, mind and soul. Mealtime is prime time to jumpstart the process More...

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Timeless Summer Feasts

Everything about summer - the fashion, the makeup, the sports - is bursting with color, life and energy, so why shouldn't your food? Healthy, fresh, nutrient dense produce is plentiful in summer and stocking up on the right ones is sure to do a body good.

Watermelon - There are few things more refreshing on a hot summer's day than a tall, ice-cold glass of water More...

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Anonymous says:
August 13, 2013 at 9:42 AM
This is a great article! I feel refreshed just reading it. This should help keep me pumped up and hydrated.Thanks for the ideas.
Anonymous says:
August 13, 2013 at 9:54 PM
Ditto above post!!
Anonymous says:
August 14, 2013 at 8:31 PM
I can't wait to try this !

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Delicious Nutrition, Summer Style

For many people, summer dining equals ice cream, high-fat barbecues and beer.

However, with all the delicious, nutritious food options available during the season, there’s no reason you can’t savor each snack and meal and nourish yourself at the same time More...

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Anonymous says:
June 12, 2013 at 9:18 AM
Don't brew green teas too long or it becomes bitter.

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Treatments for Serenity and Contemplation

Every woman needs to nourish herself. But it can be tough for mothers to find the time – and the money – to spend on themselves when they’re focused on family. That makes Mother’s Day the perfect time to help Mom take the relaxing break she needs, and escape from family chores to the serenity of the salon and day spa.

Relaxation brings inspiration to all creative activities More...

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Healthy Comfort Foods

The holidays are so close that you can almost smell the pies, cookies and turkey coming out out the oven.

Every year, it seems, the holiday season begins earlier. And, for many of us, that earlier arrival is a trigger to pig out from mid-November until the first few days of January More...

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Anonymous says:
December 13, 2012 at 11:56 AM
This is greatly appreciated Cybil! I dread the holidays because although I'm a big time foodie..I've done so good with my workout/nutrition routines all year and holidays are tough...i've already gained a few pounds. Since Thanksgiving, the parties = too much food and not enough time to exercise =I've gained a few pounds and it's frustrating...This article is very helpful. Thanks and Happy Holidays!
Barbara M. says:
December 13, 2012 at 3:55 PM
Before you indulge ask yourself how long the bite of unhealthy food will last when compared to the confidence and energy you feel from refraining. Moreover healthier selections make can increase your ability to concentrate and actually enhance your skin tone.

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