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Latest research: Coconut oil isn’t as healthy as you think

The American Heart Association released a groundbreaking report earlier this month that may be shocking for coconut oil  

Recipe: Berry banana smoothie

In the summer, one of the most appetizing things in the world is a nice, fresh smoothie. If  

Pediatricians urge parents to avoid giving kids fruit juice

Fruit juice might taste good, but it isn’t the best beverage choice for kids or babies. The American  

How to lose weight (and keep it off!)

The St. Elizabeth weight management team focuses on teaching people what it takes not just to lose weight,  

Don’t trust the box: 6 nutrition tips from a dietitian

When you’re shopping at the grocery store, how do you decide what to buy? Do you look at the price? Do you compare several different products or brands? Do you look at the ingredients or where it was made/grown? With all of this information available, it can be hard to make a decision about what’s  

How to stay hydrated this summer

With temperatures outside warming, right now is the best training time to help ease your body into outdoor  

Recipe: Sweet potato nachos

Looking for the perfect addition to your upcoming barbecue or picnic? Or, maybe you just need a healthy snack for the kids this summer. Either way, these sweet potato nachos are the way to go. Click here for a downloadable version of the recipe.   Ingredients: 3 medium sweet potatoes, peeled and sliced into 1/4-inch  

What makes up a healthy snack?

If you are trying to improve your health, you might want to change your snacking habits, say St.  

Recipe: Roasted veggie pasta salad

It’s heating up in the Tri-State, which means BBQs and picnics are on the horizon. Pasta salad is a staple at many of these gatherings, but, often, Aunt Deedee’s macaroni salad and cousin Marci’s variation are covered in fattening mayonnaise or salad dressing. In this lightened-up pasta salad, the mayonnaise is replaced with a yummy