Monthly Archives: July 2012

Nutrition in the News

Here are two highlights from this week’s nutrition headlines and stories. Does mom’s nut consumption during pregnancy increase the likelihood of allergies in children?  Contrary to previous research, new findings suggest it may actually decrease the risk of asthma later … Continue reading

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Super Fast Stir Fry Make Over

If you’re like me, quick meals (think ready in 20-30 minutes) that keep calories in check and don’t heat up the kitchen are probably on your “to find” list for the summer.  Stir fries are a great option here.  With … Continue reading

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Wave Your Flag Sandwiches

Add these patriotic heroes to summer picnics for red, white and blue spirit!  The cranberry sauce is easy to make using the Very Berry Cranberry Sauce recipe in The Fit Fridge for Fit Families , but if you’re pressed for … Continue reading

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Which Diet to Choose?

Low carb, low fat or low glycemic index for weight maintenance? A recent 3-way crossover study of 21 adults published in the Journal of the American Medical Association compared these types of diets to see which helped participants keep off … Continue reading

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