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Dos and Don'ts About Eating Fish

The USDA recommends we eat seafood twice a week while aiming to eat a variety of seafood.
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Sear Steaks With A Coating Of Mayonnaise

Mayonnaise is a funny condiment. There are those who adore it and others who can't stand it. But even those in love with it find it hard to fathom to use it in the cooking process of a steak. Believe it or not, there are fans of using mayonnaise in the searing process of cooking steak, who swear...
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Foods To Help You Sleep

Insomnia is horrible as the harder you try and fall asleep, the more awake you become. So let's turn to certain foods that can help you catch some zzzs. Walnuts, sunflower seeds and tart cherries contain melatonin, the hormone that makes you feel sleepy. Snack on a few of them a couple hours before...
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Easy Steps To Reduce Salt Intake While Keeping Flavor

If you've been told to cut down your sodium intake, aka salt, there's no need to lose flavor! The Centers for Disease Control says 90% of Americans consume too much salt so any way to cut back is a good move. For instance, swap out soy sauce for chili sauce. A tablespoon of soy sauce contains 1,...
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Pre-Packaged Food That Is Healthier Than Fresh

While many people look to improve health in 2018 there are some common misunderstandings that only fresh foods are eth way to go. While it is true most processed foods are less-than-ideal nutritionally, some are actually equal to or may even be greater than the fresh. Canned or boxed tomatoes can...
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Foods That Fight Chronic Back Pain

Chronic back pain is a pain in the butt! Almost 2/3 of Americans experience it every day and while exercising, posture and weight can make it better or worse, your diet can be key in reducing the pain. The golden rule in fighting back pain with food is to consume foods with anti-inflammatory...
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State Begs Anglers To Catch Salmon

It's a fisherman's dream come true, Washington state officials are begging anglers to catch as many salmon as possible! An aquaculture farm north of Seattle said an unusual tide last week allowed about 3,000 to 4,000 Atlantic salmon to escape their pen and swim into the wild. Officials say they...
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Foods To Avoid Cooking On The Backyard Grill

The summer air is filled with the smells of grilled foods but not all foods should be cooked over an open flame, says Chefs who think we need a refresher course on what should be cooked over coals and what shouldn't. For instance, grilling a pizza. While a pizzeria uses an open flame to cook, most...
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Foods To Help You Get A Good Night's Sleep

: We often look for ways to help you get a good night's sleep. From exercise to sleeping aids, finding a peaceful night can be hard and a lot of that is due to stress, so let’s take a look at some foods that may help you reduce that stress and fall asleep without the need for a pill. Sweet potatoes...
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Clean Eating For Your Pet

Eating healthy is going beyond ourselves as the health food market continues to grow for pets. In many instances, our dogs and cats have some of the same health issues as we do, which is why many veterinarians are suggesting pet owners change their pet's food. One vet has put together a clean...
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