All Posts By Dana Angelo White

Top 5 Most Satisfying Breakfasts

by in Uncategorized, June 12th, 2012
Greek yogurt

Greek yogurt, store-bought or homemade, like this one from Food Network Magazine will keep you full all morning.

It’s no secret that breakfast is important. It’s the morning fuel that kicks your metabolism into high gear for the day ahead. Make b...

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Healthy Swaps: Summer Picnics

by in Uncategorized, June 9th, 2012
hot dog

Save 350 calories by choosing a regular-sized hot dog instead of a foot-long.

Is your calendar full of picnics and barbecues? Keep your body beach-ready by making these healthy swaps at your next outdoor party.

Instead of: A foot-long hot dog
Choose:...

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Nutrient to Know: Vitamin B12

by in Uncategorized, June 5th, 2012
milk

Milk: there's vitamin B 12 in there.

There are a lot of misconceptions about this vitamin. Get the facts about B-12.

What is it?
Less commonly known as “cobalamin” this water-soluble vitamin is almost always found in multi-vitamins an...

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Market Watch: Spring Broccoli

by in Uncategorized, June 3rd, 2012

spring broccoli
Broccoli is usually found later in the summer, some varieties of this vitamin-packed veggie can be found the markets now.

Bright green and full of goodness, one cup dishes up 30 calories, 2 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein and more than a day̵...

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Low-Mercury Fish

by in Uncategorized, May 24th, 2012
tilapia

Tilapia is a low-mercury, low-cost fish with a very mild flavor.

Recommendations for eating seafood can be confusing. Fish can be a low-calorie and heart-healthy choice and the omega-3 rich fish have additional health-protecting benefits. On the othe...

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