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Friday’s Food and Fit Favorite’s July 20

Friday’s Food and Fit Favorite’s July 20

Categories: Muesli Blog, News
Here's some of our favorite links from this past week. Carrots with Honey Ginger GlazeThis recipe is light, simple, and packs a ton of flavor. It’s a versatile side dish for a variety of recipes. Strawberry Ripple Cashew Shake. Weekend Ready.- Drool…. A healthy vegan smoothie, a perfec ...
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Friday the 13th’s Food and Fit Favorite’s

Friday the 13th’s Food and Fit Favorite’s

Categories: Muesli Blog, News
Here's some of our favorite links from this past week. Black Bean Guacamole Not your typical guac. This recipe raises the standards for the healthy and delicious snack, adding black beans and greek yogurt. Iron Chef Morimoto Debunks Sushi Myths- Eat it with your hands, in one bite, “It ...
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Are Inflammatory Foods Sabotaging Your Gut?

Are Inflammatory Foods Sabotaging Your Gut?

Have you ever put on your favorite top and thought to yourself, “There is no way I could have possibly gained that much weight in the past few weeks?” The good news is, you are probably correct! Then what exactly is the story behind this deceiving trick that our laundry machines are playing on u ...
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Friday’s Food & Fit Favorites July 7

Friday’s Food & Fit Favorites July 7

Categories: Muesli Blog, News
Here's some of our favorite links from this past week. Hummus Scrambled Eggs- A unique and healthy twist on this simple breakfast staple. Food With Hormones vs. Food Without Hormones- Do you know what hormones are in your meat and dairy? Do you know how to avoid them? Find out here. F ...
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Friday’s Food & Fit Favorites June 29

Friday’s Food & Fit Favorites June 29

Categories: Muesli Blog, News
Here's some of our favorite links from this past week. Cucumber Mint Water- A refreshing, easy to prepare drink. Use it to replace soft drinks and other high calorie drinks at your upcoming picnics. Fighting Summer Stains: Fruits and Berries- Muesli and berries go together like spaghetti a ...
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Friday’s Food & Fit Favorites

Friday’s Food & Fit Favorites

Categories: Muesli Blog, News
 Here's our favorite links from this past week. Foods that are healthier together- Broccoli and Mustard. Whole Grains and Onions. Check out this article to learn about some health-benefit-boosting food synergies. Health Benefits of Red Grapes & How to Pick the Sweetest From the Grocer ...
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Gross-ries- Surprising Sources of High Fructose Corn Syrup

Gross-ries- Surprising Sources of High Fructose Corn Syrup

Categories: Health, Muesli Blog
This ingredient can be found in many products in your local supermarket. High fructose corn syrup is, in fact, one of the most common added sweeteners in processed foods and beverages. There are several health disadvantages to consuming this sweetener including weight gain, dental ailments, increase ...
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Indepedence Day Muesli Parfait

Indepedence Day Muesli Parfait

Categories: Muesli Blog, Recipe
 Try this simple, refreshing recipe at your picnics and parties this week.  It's a healthy, light snack that's sure to be hit.Makes 4 parfaits1/2 Cup An Ox Muesli (any muesli will work, but I recommend this because of the blueberries and bright red goji berries)1/2 Cup Fresh Raspberries1/2 Cup ...
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Gross-ries: 9 Surprisingly High Sodium Foods

Gross-ries: 9 Surprisingly High Sodium Foods

Categories: Health, Muesli Blog
Salt can be a great way to add some flavor to almost any food and a small amount is necessary for a variety of bodily functions including fluid balance in your cells.  US dietary guidelines recommend 2300mg/day or about 1tsp of table salt.  For certain groups, including anyone over the age of 51 a ...
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Why Organic Farming is Good for the Planet

Why Organic Farming is Good for the Planet

Organic farming is not only great because it keeps harmful chemicals out of your body, but it also keeps them out of our environment.  Conventional farming has many downsides attributed to it. In order to get rid of pests and weeds conventional farming uses harmful pesticides and insecticides, whic ...
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