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Squash Racket: A Healthy Butternut Bake

Doesn’t it seem like butternut squash only sneaks up on you during the holiday season, along with all those fattening foods? That probably explains why it’s considered “guilty by association.” However,  the fact is that butternut squash is so healthy and nutritious that it could and should become a mainstay of the diet throughout the […]

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Egg-ceptional Nutrition and an Easy Crepe Recipe

If I had to pick one food that, above all the rest, is my absolute favorite, plus the single food I eat the most of, it’s eggs. Eggs are loaded with healthy nutrition, and are so versatile in every way. Eggs supply some of the very best protein you can find in nature. Protein is […]

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Great Grapes and a Grape Caesar Salad

While published research on grapes points to them being rich in antioxidants and flavonoids, it’s the finding of a particular substance called “resveratrol” that has many health proponents excited. Resveratrol is a naturally occurring substance found primarily in the skin of the dark red and purple grape, and to a lesser extent in green grapes.

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Switch Up Your Poultry: Cornish Game Hens

I’m a poultry lover. I eat poultry just about every day. It’s a critical source of protein for me, and for so many of the athletes I work with. But I have to say that, without a doubt, my absolute favorite type of poultry is the Cornish hen, and I have to tell you why.

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Go Fish! The Scoop on Mercury and Why Fish is a Good Choice

I love eating fish. Of course you probably wouldn’t know that given all the flack I took  for pulling Jeremy Piven from his smash hit David Mamet Broadway play “Speed the Plow”. Piven was under my care for fatigue and difficulty concentrating. Blood work revealed toxic levels of mercury in his system. The mercury was probably due […]

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