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Portion Distortion

Many of us are guilty of portion distortion. You know what I’m talking about – the tendency to eat more than you should because you don’t quite have a realistic grasp on what constitutes a proper serving size. No more portion distortion, sort it out, we will help you here. Portion distortion runs rampant at […]

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Cinco De Mayo, Unforgettable

Cinco De MayoCinco De Mayo is celebrated as a holiday that derived in Mexico. It was the result of a conflict around many years of borrowing money, and on at least one occasion it wasn’t able to be repayed. In 1861 they were forced to default on some loans from the European countries of Britain, […]

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We Love Food – Part 2

We love food, it is all that we eat. We have taken our freedom and our love of food to an abusive level that can end in the depreciation of our health. In some cases, our food is killing us. In fact, we love food so much that we eat it without realizing the consequences. In […]

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Something More Than a Salad

It is hard not to love a good salad, a bed of greens with some roasted vegetables, maybe some meats hot or cold, add a compliment of cheese and some nice kalamata olives. All of this is veiled by a delicious dressing, maybe Italian, or balsamic. Have a nice slice of homemade ciabatta. Wow, hard […]

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