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A Surprising Trick to Get Kids to Eat More Veggies

Kiddie see, kiddie do. Most parents know that children will mimic your words and actions from first-hand experience. (I can personally recall trying to end numerous “copycat” games with my kids when they were...

Protect Your Child from Breast Cancer with High-Fiber Diet

Here’s another good reason to load up your daughter’s plate (and lunch bag) with lots of fruits, veggies and whole grains: Eating high-fiber foods during adolescence and young adulthood may decrease a woman’s risk of developing breast...

Even Out Your Mood With Food

It’s possible to beat back the blues — or an attack of the grumpies — by watching what (and when!) you eat. If you sometimes find yourself short-tempered and irritable — quick to...

Herbs and Spices: How Food Affects Health

Using herbs, spices, and other seasonings will help flavor your food without adding extra sodium, calories, sugar, or fat. There are many alternatives to salt when it comes to flavoring your food. I...

4 quick ways to add kale to your diet

Oh my kale! What’s the craze all about? Well, this green, leafy vegetable is referred to as a superfood for a reason: It’s packed with vitamins (A, C, and K), minerals (magnesium and potassium), and antioxidants (lutein and...

Health Benefits of Beans

The old children’s rhyme was right: beans ARE good for your heart. So are lentils and other nutritious legumes, which are great sources of vegetarian protein and high-quality carbohydrates. (The other part of that rhyme was...

Health Benefits of Condiments, Sauces, and Flavorings

Not all flavorings are created equal! Before you top your dish with mayo, ketchup, soy sauce, or other condiments, check out how they may affect your health. Condiments aren’t just toppings, they are...

Fruit and Vegetable Juice: How Food Affects Health

Fruit juices may seem like nutritious sources of vitamins and minerals, but they are super-concentrated in naturally occurring sugar. And commercial vegetable juices, for that matter, are often high in sodium — making them less healthy...

Dulcie and Sarah from Two Tarts

It is run by Dulcie Wilcox and Sarah Welle, two friends with a shared passion for cooking and photography. When you visit their blog, you'll find beautiful seasonal recipes using local ingredients. While the Colorado natives are...

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Raimund Abraham by Carlos Brillembourg

Raimund Abraham is an architect who creates conditions that demand a viewer or inhabitant consider the origins of architecture. His discipline elicits...