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Digestive Issues? Joint or Muscle Pain? These Vegetables Might be Contributing!

July 25, 2018

By Anna Varriano

You’ve always been told to eat your veggies; however, for some folks, a family of vegetables called ‘the nightshade vegetables’ could cause inflammation that can lead to joint pain, digestive issues, and more.  Since it is the end of July, when many of …

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5 Grab-and-Go Breakfasts

June 7, 2018

By Anna Varriano

In this blog, I’m sharing 5 yummy recipes for grab-and-go breakfasts, but first, a bit of breakfast conversation. Do You/Should You Eat Breakfast? I’m guessing that at some point you’ve heard someone say that breakfast is the most important meal of the …

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8 Tips For Kicking Sugar Addictions To The Curb

April 6, 2018

By Anna Varriano

There is no question that sugar is addictive – and the food industry knows it. That’s why it’s in so many prepared foods, often in surprising amounts, including in yogurts and granola bars that are often touted as health foods, low-fat foods, marinades …

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Best 5 Blogs of All Time!

March 7, 2018

By Anna Varriano

In the spirit of the recent Academy Awards, and the fact that March is National Nutrition Month, in this month’s tip, I’ve put together a list of five of my blog posts that you have ‘nominated’ as my ‘Best 5 Blogs of All Time’! I’ve written over 200 bl …

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“Does Sugar Cause Cancer?”

February 3, 2018

By Anna Varriano

That is a question that someone asked me recently, and if you look at a lot of the research literature out there, the answer is that a direct link hasn’t been absolutely proven … yet. What do you think? Before you answer, I’d like to give you a few thi …

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5 Headlines to Consider Regarding the Flu Shot

November 1, 2017

By Anna Varriano

Many people I know who have never had the flu shot are wondering if they should get it this year, given reports that the 2017-2018 flu season could be severe, and that this year, more than ever, it’s important to get vaccinated asap. While I’ve never h …

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How to Can Peaches

September 7, 2017

By Anna Varriano

With fresh peaches arriving daily at markets and grocery stores at this time of year, I decided I would can some so that I can enjoy the gorgeous taste of local peaches from time to time even when they are no longer in season. Peaches are loaded with h …

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