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The Plan to Start the New Year Off Right

Written by Anthea Noel, RN Happy New Year! It is officially the start of a new year which means it’s time to take a look at the improvements we want to make over…

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Coconut Banana Quinoa Breakfast Mug

In this take on oatmeal, fluffy quinoa is paired with bananas and drizzled with sticky maple syrup to create a fibrous, warming breakfast. Get the recipe.

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Healthy Buffalo Wings

These chicken wings, topped with an apple cider vinegar and coconut oil-infused sauce, will help you start your health kick before the New Year even begins. Get the recipe.

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Holiday Chocolate Fondue

Grab your gal pals and dip your favorite treats into this fondue containing a splash of rum, which gives the chocolate an extra sweet and toasty flavor. Get the recipe.

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Hearty Lentil and Veggie Soup

With all the lentils, spinach, celery, and carrots in this soup, this dish is filling — and nutritious — enough to be a meal on its own. Get the recipe.

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How to Have a Healthy and Happy Holiday Season

Written by Anthea Noel, RN Notice your pants feeling tighter these days? With so many holidays revolving around food this season, it can be tricky trying to keep the pounds at bay. Now…

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Apple-Cranberry Crisp

Cinnamon and pecans combine with apples in a slow cooker to make this gooey dessert that’s sure to warm you up. Get the recipe.

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An Inside Look at the Rhoden Family Murders

Written by Laura Pettler, Ph.D., LPI Last week on The Dr. Oz Show, we tackled the murders of the Rhoden Family in Pike County, Ohio. On the night of April 22,…

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Turkey Jerky

Still have leftover Thanksgiving turkey? Make this simple, protein-packed snack seasoned with salt, paprika, and blackening spice. Get the recipe.

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Butternut Squash Lasagna

With layers of butternut squash and ricotta filling resting between strips of al-dente pasta, this lasagna will be the first dish to run out at Thanksgiving dinner. Get the recipe.

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