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Saving More and Spending Less is a Top New Year’s Resolution It’s the middle of February and dare I ask, how are your New Year’s Resolutions going? According to Psychology Today, 80% of New Year’s Resolutions fail by the end of February. They typically fail because...

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CYH Chef Salad

This is my go to salad that I make weekly. You can prepare enough ingredients to have a second or third salad during the week. This recipe is estimated for 1 person so scale up accordingly. Feel free to substitute walnuts or macadamias for the almonds. This is a very filling salad that can be eaten as a main dish.

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Lectins are proteins that bind to carbohydrates. They cause interference with the absorption of nutrients, cause indigestion and bloating, and cause issues with metabolism. How does this happen? Lectin cannot be digested in the small intestine, therefore it can...

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Bell Peppers

Bell peppers are part of the nightshade family and can be in hues of red, orange, yellow, and green. High in antioxidants that prevent oxidative stress that can cause cardiovascular disease, obesity, and diabetes. Vitamin A can help maintain eye health. Vitamin C...

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Sage is an annual herb that is in season from May to mid November in Missouri. It has soft, gray/green leaves and has a savory taste. Antioxidant power: rosmarinic acid (a polyphenol) is easily absorbed in the digestive tract and reduces inflammation. Flavonoids,...

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Lycopene is the “red” color found in tomatoes. It is a carotenoid (bright color found in fruits and vegetables) and phytonutrient (nutrient found in plants which helps the process of photosynthesis). It is an essential antioxidant that can help protect against free...

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