A Charcuterie Board Your Family Will Love BY PAT BURNS If you plan on celebrating the yearend holidays or the New Year with friends and family, you might want to

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BY MICHELLE MAY, M.D. This holiday season, experience maximal pleasure from all the excellent food. By eating mindfully, you’ll eat less and enjoy these special holiday meals even more. The

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This French Toast is a summer delight This beautiful pineapple upside-down French toast gets crunchy and brown on top. It’s easy to make and guaranteed to please every generation. Ingredients

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Investing in your grandkids’ future starts in the kitchen BY WILLIAM “DR. BILL” SEARS, M.D. Grandchildren are some of life’s greatest treasures. Martha and I have 14 grandchildren. Like many

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Lemony Shrimp and more BY CHRISTINE CROSBY If you loved the spring tablescape by Pat Burns in the spring issue of GRAND Magazine, you’ll really love this recipe from Delish.com

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Use it or Lose it – How to Keep Your Brain Healthy Growing older is inevitable and whilst many of us believe that our brains naturally deteriorate in our old

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11 Food Safety Tips for Valentine’s Day No one wants to think about getting a foodborne illness when celebrating Valentine’s Day but even well meaning, good dining choices, can end

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Holiday Over-Eating Problem? Here Are Some Solutions Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas are all right in front of us, and the one thing they have in common: food will be in

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Dizzying and delightful views of Peru BY DEBBY CARROLL Want to visit an exotic location where you can see nature in all her spectacular glory, learn fascinating history, enjoy affordable,

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Too Small to Fail By Nicholas Kristof First, a quiz: What’s the most common “vegetable” eaten by American toddlers? Answer: The French fry. The same study that unearthed that nutritional tragedy also

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They Are What We Eat – How we REALLY shape the next generation By Christine Crosby I’ve finally got it that our kids and grandkids will do what we do,

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Grandparents Beware of the Food You Offer Your Grandkids By Christine Crosby, Editorial Director – GRAND Magazine I’m in the process of reading a fabulous book, Rich Food – Poor

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Tried and True Tips for Enjoying a Less-Fattening Holiday  By Diana Zuckerman, PhD   The sights and smells of wonderful food can put your willpower to the test during the holidays.

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By Diana Zuckerman, PhD When the holidays arrive, good eating habits tend to go right out the door. Even those of us who make a conscious effort to maintain a

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By:  Brian Flora There is growing evidence that nutrition can play an important role in cancer prevention. Nutrition is strongly associated with a person’s risk for the occurrence or reoccurrence

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