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OCTOBER 2018
10/03/18

From Our Kitchen: Fig Bars

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These dairy- and egg-free homemade fig bars are a sweet, vegan treat—a perfect after-school snack. Serve with hot apple cider or cocoa to warm up on crisp fall days! Serves: 16 Ingredients: ¾ cup all-purpose flour ½ cup whole wheat flour ½ teaspoon baking powder ¼ teaspoon and pinch of salt, divided ½ cup unsweetened applesauce ¾ cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon ground flax seed mixed with 3 tablespoons warm water; let stand 1 minute before using 1 tablespoon vanilla...

10/09/18

One-on-One with a SAGE Team Member: Wendy Lambert

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Team Member Wendy Lambert has been with SAGE at St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton for 21 years this November. His incredible work ethic, respect for those around him, and contagious sense of humor make a difference in his community every day. Student Geoffrey Atulo even wrote about Wendy in an essay on character: “Wendy was the jolliest and most positive being I had ever seen. I decided to be like [him]. Through [his] exuberant character, I was able to...

10/09/18

From Our Dietitians: SAGE’s Food-First Philosophy

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There’s a billion-dollar industry selling energy bars and drinks, protein powders, pills, and supplements. That’s why you’ll find hundreds of options and many opinions for or against them. Generally speaking, we’re against them. Although their use is widespread, supplements can be dangerous for both an athlete’s health and athletic career. Companies don’t have to prove that supplements are safe or effective before they’re made publicly available. Studies have shown that 15-25% of supplements contain an unlabeled substance banned by the...

10/09/18

Taste of South Korea: Bulgogi

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South Korea is a mountainous peninsula with cold, dry winters and hot, humid summers. Traditional South Korean cuisine is rich in grains, especially white rice, and produce, which is served both fresh and fermented (like kimchi, Korea’s national dish). Korean food is heavily spiced, often with a combination of ganjang (soy sauce), garlic, ginger, gochujang (red chili paste), scallions, rice wine vinegar, and toasted sesame oil and seeds—many of which feature in the popular dish we’re sharing with you! Bulgogi...

10/30/18

From Our Dietitians: Is Soy Safe?

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As an increase in environmental, ethical, and health concerns has led to a boom in plant-based eating, soy has taken an increased role in the food industry and in North American diets. In fact, more than 25% of Americans eat soy foods or beverages once a week or more often. With greater prominence comes greater scrutiny. Although it’s FDA-approved, soy has been accused of jump-starting puberty and causing breast cancer. So what’s the deal—is soy safe? Where Is Soy? Edamame...

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