Tag Archive: calcium

Joint Health: 9 Nutrients to Support the Joints

Joint health impacts all of us, as mobility, flexibility and range of motion are all dependent on healthy joint function. Because what you eat can affect your structural system, you could be making a difference just by changing your diet. The following foods and nutrients can help support the bones and the structural system. Fatty …

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The Top 5 Surprising Sources of Calcium

Part of a well-balanced diet means making sure that your body receives the right amount of energy for its needs and nourishing it with a medley of vitamins and minerals . To help you on your quest for healthy eating, we are running a series of posts highlighting foods that are the best source of …

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Four Side Dishes You Didn’t Know You Loved

Let’s admit a sad truth: we Americans are obsessed with french fries. Available at nearly every restaurant and socially acceptable to eat any time of day or night, they are impossibly hard to avoid. The average American consumes close to 30 pounds, or 88 large servings of french fries per year! This obsession comes with …

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Here’s Why You Should Add Chicken Feet to Your Soup

This is a guest blog post by Chef Rob Endelman. It’s been cold and I’ve been making a big pot of chicken soup almost weekly. The preparation is straightforward: I put chicken pieces (usually two whole legs, a neck or two and a handful of hearts) into a pot and add chopped onion and/or leeks, minced …

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