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Tag Archives: beta carotene
Broccoli may be the brunt of many childhood food phobia jokes, but it does kind of reign supreme in the vegetable kingdom. For me personally it’s my second go-to vegetable (after my admiration for cabbage of course!). I especially like … Continue reading
I’m a curious little thing, anything can send me into a research frenzy (man I am aware that, that sounds unbelievably dorky, potential reason for my perpetual singleness? Maybe so, but oh well)! I’ve been playing in the kitchen with … Continue reading
How is it November and I’m just now writing about pumpkin? Oh well, tis the season and the month of pumpkin dishes and decorations and pumpkin recipes by yours truly. This month as we begin our holiday approach I will … Continue reading
Talk of bitter foods led to today’s post on this leafy green: arugula. Not only is a great option to throw into salad mixes and to incorporate more bitter tastes into your diet, but it has other redeeming qualities as well. … Continue reading
It’s Fall, leaves are falling, the Holidays are fast approaching, pumpkins are in season and flying off the self (especially here in a month). What better way to celebrate Fall and the coming traditions, than with featuring pumpkin as our … Continue reading
Today’s post is again leading up to post to come this week, just a quick refresher on antioxidants. First lets start off with free radicals. Free radicals are common in the body, you can’t be without them, however in excess … Continue reading
To take advantage of summer and the plentiful time of fruit, we will look at apricots today. Usually found dried or canned (and full of sugar), now is the time to buy them fresh. May through August is the optimum … Continue reading