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Megan haubenreiser

So I went with a friend last week to this incredibly tasty restaurant in Raleigh called Cowfish- delicious! Anyways, I ordered a Bento Box which came with small portions of edamame, sweet potato fries, 4 sushi rolls, a mini-burger, and much to my dismay… Thai cucumbers. Side note: I am ALWAYS up to try new… Continue reading »

Are Tupperware containers filled with leftovers from the holidays bombarding your refrigerator? Make room and reduce food waste by fixing a turkey soup with your leftovers! You can use any of your leftover thanksgiving vegetables like Brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes, green beans, carrots, and the most important ingredient: your leftover turkey. Here’s what you’ll need… Continue reading »

Many of us have holiday memories that are near and dear to our hearts. In most cases, we associate these memories with food. If you have a favorite holiday food that may not fit within your diet, it does not necessarily mean that you should cut it out. In the Mindful Holiday Eating webinar found… Continue reading »

It’s getting unbelievably close to the start of the Holiday Challenge (November 14th), and we kicked off this year with a fabulous 10th annual Holiday Challenge Taste Test! The Holiday Challenge Taste Test is an annual event in which we determine which recipes will be included in the Holiday Challenge. Each team member chooses a… Continue reading »

Football season is upon us. Whether it’s setting up a tent at a tailgate or cheering for your team from your living room, having something to snack on is essential. My favorite NFL team was playing last night, and I was searching for something that I could munch on during the game. Traditional game day… Continue reading »

Ask yourself: What does “good health” mean? It is likely that your first thought is: “good health is not having an illness.” And yes, that is true, but health is so much more than that. In fact, health is resource for everyday living- a source of power-an enabler. It is a state of complete physical,… Continue reading »

We all have stresses in our lives. These stresses range from our daily work to financial situations and can often haunt us while trying to rest at night. More and more each year, Americans are becoming sleep deprived, and the effects are much greater than a yawn throughout the day. Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to… Continue reading »