Category: Nutrition

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Emotional Eating

We all eat emotionally to a certain extent. Food is social, it holds memories, and we feel comfort, satisfaction and pleasure from it. I encourage you...
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Viva Chicken

“Food as good for you as it is delicious.” Part of what makes going out to eat enjoyable is the experience as a whole. When atmosphere and backgro...
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5 Principles of Healthy Weight Loss

It happens to all of us. The summer ends, and we become less active. Then the holidays arrive, and we overindulge in that gift bag of chocolate-covere...
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New Year’s Resolutions Done Right

By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD Happy New Year! It’s reported that 50% of the American population set New Year’s resolutions each year. About half of t...
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Cool Season Recipes for a Healthy Winter

By Corey Allred Winter is a time when many people struggle to enjoy a wide variety of fruits and vegetables because so many favorites are out of seaso...
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Utah Food Bank: Giving Life

By Rosario Flores As the holidays approach, families gather to celebrate another year. The holidays are usually a great reminder of how blessed and gr...
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This Holiday Season, Let the Pony Nourish You…

By Alesha Sevy Kelley, SGHW Magazine Thriving in the heart of St. George’s Ancestor Square, The Painted Pony consistently offers a great space for v...
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Relax. . . Let Lin’s Marketplace do the Shopping

By Jeff Callister Over 50 years ago, the first Lin’s grocery store opened its doors on Main Street in Cedar City, Utah. Founded and operated by Ceda...
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How to Turn Your Holiday into a Vacation

By Dr. Coleen Andruss In Europe, “holiday” has the same meaning as “vacation.” Many Americans might laugh at this, because of the hustle and b...
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How to Avoid the “All-or-Nothing” Mentality This Holiday Season

By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD   The holiday season is full of opportunities for celebrating gratitude, family, love, faith and service. Food is oft...