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MARCH 2017

Back to Basics: Milk and Eggs

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SAGE Standard: “We use antibiotic- and hormone-free milk and cage-free, Certified Humane® eggs.” What We Do We exclusively purchase milk from farms that treat individual cows with antibiotics only in response to a diagnosed illness, rather than prophylactically treating the entire population, and never give them artificial hormones. During processing, the milk of antibiotic-treated cows is tested for the presence of residual antibiotics, and the milk only comes to us if it’s entirely free of antibiotic residue and artificial...


Food to Fuel Student Athletes

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About 30% of teen athletes skip breakfast and 25% skip lunch. That’s a big mistake. Student athletes have different nutritional needs, especially on training and game days. To perform their best, they need the right fuel. There are three key components to the ideal “performance plate”: grains or starches, proteins, and fruits and vegetables. Grains/Starches: Energy Glucose, the building block of carbohydrates, is the main source of energy for our muscles and our central nervous system.  First, our bodies...


Help Your Kids Put Their Best Selves Forward!

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The theme of this year’s National Nutrition Month® is “Put Your Best Fork Forward”—focusing on how the little choices and changes you make every day add up in big ways for your health! In keeping with that theme, we’re sharing our Registered Dietitians’ top tips on small changes kids can make for a big impact on their whole-person health. Eat Ask yourself: “Where did it grow/grow up?” A field? A farm? In the water? If you can’t tell, enjoy...


From our Kitchen: Red Quinoa Tabbouleh

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This light, easy Middle Eastern salad packs a lot of superfoods into one fresh, healthy dish! Ingredients: 1 cup red quinoa, prepared and cooled ¼ cup fresh lemon juice (from approximately 2 lemons) ¼ cup olive oil 2 teaspoons kosher salt 1 teaspoons ground black pepper 1 bunch scallions, minced (both white and green parts) 1 cup chopped parsley 1 cup chopped mint 1 cucumber, seeded and diced 1 red bell pepper, diced Preparation: Step 1. In a medium bowl...


Rise & Dine

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At SAGE, we believe that healthy meals are necessary for strong academic and athletic performance. And although we’ve got you covered at lunchtime, breakfast is the way to prepare for a successful day ahead, arguably making it the most important meal of the day. Your Brain on Breakfast Besides supplying your body with immediate energy, a good breakfast: boosts your immune system, lowers blood pressure and cholesterol levels, reduces the risk of diabetes and heart disease, reduces the risk of anxiety...


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