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  • July 4th


    This Fourth of July, enjoy the explosion of fireworks, but don't let all the treats blow up your diet, says a Kansas State University dietitian.
     
    Amber Howells, director of the coordinated program in dietetics offered by the hospitality management and dietetics department in the university's College of Human Ecology, says moderation is key.

    Dietitian shares tip to keep the Fourth from adding five to your waistline
    Dick Benson
    July 4th
  • Meatless: Delectable Dips

    A meatless diet doesn’t mean just vegetables all the time—but in the spirit of the backyard BBQ, why not pair some of your healthy favorites with a flavorful dip for a new twist on an old standby? Think nutrient-rich cruciferous veggies: broccoli, cauliflower, and radishes; or, include carrots on your veggie tray for a boost of vitamin A.

  • Meatless: Meatloaf Revisited

    Maybe you recently went vegan. Maybe you are trying out Meatless Mondays, a day when you choose to avoid meat to reduce your risk of chronic conditions like cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. Or maybe it’s as simple as wanting to find unique alternatives to common foods.

    Try this delicious childhood meal
  • No Need for Meat

    A global movement known as Meatless Monday is an initiative to have people cut meat out of their diet one day a week. We decided to start providing our readers with a recipe each month to help those wanting to cut meat altogether or simply shake up their diet every once in a while.