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Warm Beverage Benefits

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Thanks to the current polar vortex weather phenomenon, many parts of the United States are dealing with frigid, cold temperatures. Aside from bundling up in layers or avoiding the great outdoors, drinking a warm beverage can help you beat the freeze. The best part about a warm beverage? SAGE Registered Dietitian Lauren Hess says it can be beneficial to your health. Here are three examples to help ease the effects of Old Man Winter: Coffee. Studies have shown there is...


The Mighty Watermelon

Nutrition, From Our Kitchen

Watermelon is a great and popular dessert option for a cookout. It's easy, refreshing and nutritious. It also makes a perfect snack after a workout or on a hot day. In addition to tasting great, it helps keep you hydrated. One cup is about 92% water. That is why it was a perfect option for Berkeley Preparatory School's Fall Tailgate Picnic. SAGE served Watermelon Mache Salad with Grilled Ruskin Red & Green Tomatoes. Hydration is not the only benefit. Like...


Ways To Spice Up Your Life

Nutrition, From Our Kitchen

[caption id="attachment_22456" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Notre Dame of Maryland University Herb Garden"][/caption] Many herbs and spices contain polyphenols, a powerful antioxidant. There is no true way to prevent cancer or heart disease, but polyphenols are proven to reduce your risks and enhance overall health. These antioxidants can be found in fruits, vegetables, legumes and even wine and chocolate. Typically, fresh herbs and spices contain higher levels of antioxidants than dried versions. However, the two can be used interchangeably; double the amount...


A Shift in Food Shopping Habits


Some interesting data from the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) sheds light on how consumers shop for groceries and what their priorities are as they fill their carts. Shopping for Health 2011, the 19th annual study released by the FMI and Prevention magazine, found a change in behavior from previous surveys: Consumers no longer place such a high priority on avoiding undesirable ingredients in food -- such as fat, sugar and calories. Instead, they increasingly look for foods offering healthful components...


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