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3 Healthy & Delicious Mason Jar Meals

by guest blogger Carrie Mehl, marketing manager at Rodale’s I heart mason jar meals. They’re easy to prep, super portable, and fun to eat! Here are three of my current favorite wholesome jar recipes that I just had to share. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! Cantaloupe and Chickpea Layer Salad […]

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Summer Challenge: Add 1 More Vegetable to Each Meal!

Without being specific, it’s safe to say that eating more vegetables is a good thing. And yet, according to the most recent U.S. Department of Agriculture report, vegetable consumption in America is down by 27 pounds per person per year. That’s A LOT of vegetables! So even with the rise of the foodie culture, farmer’s […]

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Homemade Vanilla-Cinnamon Cashew Milk

by guest blogger Stephanie Eckelkamp, senior associate editor at Prevention magazine One of the perks of being a nutrition editor is getting to try the latest snacks and drinks. So a while back, Blueprint—the company that really spearheaded the juice cleanse madness with those trendy bottles prominently listing their ingredients down the front—sent me a sample […]

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The New-Age Fast Food Philosophy

by guest blogger Gillian Francella, multimedia journalist and converted vegan/vegetarian Swap your potato chips for kale chips, nix the soda, and grab some fresh-pressed juice… Forget hamburgers! It’s all about fried quinoa and vegan options! The fast-food chains you grew up with are gradually being replaced by fast-casual restaurants like Chipotle, Tender Greens, and LYFE […]

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The 10 Rules of Clean Eating

By the editors at This Saturday, September 12th, will take over New York City for Eat Clean Awareness Day to encourage New Yorkers to adopt clean eating habits and consume healthier, whole foods for their health…AND their waistlines. teams will inform New Yorkers know about the abundance of healthy food options available […]

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Why We Need to Make School Lunches Healthier

by guest blogger Deirdre Imus, author and environmental health advocate For some reason that I’ll probably never understand, first lady Michelle Obama has repeatedly been criticized by the press and blocked by lawmakers in her efforts to make school lunches healthier in this country. By no means do I think government should be dictating diet […]

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