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Tips for eating healthier this summer

June 16, 2019

Summer is possibly the easiest time to stick to a healthier lifestyle. It’s warm outside so we’re more likely to be active, plus there’s plenty of good, fresh produce available. With the recent focus on organic ingredients and the farm-to-table approach, home cooks and anyone interested in a healthier lifestyle are looking for ways to […]

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Reset, realign and repeat for a healthy beach-ready body

June 16, 2019

Summer is coming — and swimsuit season will be here before you know it. Now’s the time to do a quick assessment and create a routine to get your body ready for sun and fun. By following three easy steps — reset, realign and repeat — you can commit to making changes to create a […]

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Three ideas to freshen up your favorite summer treats

June 16, 2019

Summertime brings lots of picnics, barbecues and pool parties, along with tasty treats everyone loves to share. Want to make yummy desserts your friends will rave about, but with your own unique twist? Add exotic new fruit. Whether you’re making a fruit salad, a pie or another tasty fruit-forward delight, consider making a colorful statement […]

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Three ways to empower women in your community and worldwide

June 16, 2019

Female entrepreneurs make up approximately 1/3 of all entrepreneurs worldwide, and it’s always a great time to highlight, support and applaud women in business, in your community and across the globe. Here are a few easy ways you can celebrate and support businesswomen and female entrepreneurs. Shop women-owned businesses. Know about a restaurant, shop or […]

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Home flipping experts reveal the story of their first renovation

June 15, 2019

Like a first kiss, first car or first day of school, entrepreneurs and home renovation experts Ashley and Andy Williams will never forget completing their first home renovation project. “That day began as all our days do — with organized chaos,” Ashley said. “We got our two kids ready for school amid a mad dash […]

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Nutrition trends and fads explained

June 15, 2019

Dr. Nicole Avena, assistant professor of neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and visiting professor of health psychology at Princeton University, explains six popular nutrition trends including sustainable snacks, new plant-based milks, prebiotics and probiotics and the latest on gummy supplements vs. traditional vitamins: 1. Matcha vs. coffee? A premium green tea powder from […]

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