‘Managing Diabetes’

The Health Benefits of Coffee

By Robyn Priebe on 12/11/2013

Is Coffee Good For You? I sure hope so; I love it.  Previous concerns about excessive coffee consumption contributing to high blood pressure, cardiovascular problems, decreased bone density, and so on, may be less of a concern as we learn more about the health benefits of coffee. Potential Pros for Healthy Adults Who Frequently Consume Filtered Coffee Reduced risk of […] Read more »

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Reducing Refined Grains

By Robyn Priebe on 02/09/2011

The new 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans was recently released and while many of the recommendations are not shockingly different from the 2005 guidelines, there were a few interesting changes.  What caught my eye is the discussion, albeit it short, on reducing our intake of refined grains.  Previously, not much was mentioned about refined grains in these guidelines; instead there was […] Read more »

It Happened This Week – New Dietary Guidelines, Lousy Labeling, and Wearing Red

By Chef Lisa on 02/04/2011

New dietary guidelines were released by the US Government on Monday, encouraging Americans to eat more fruits and veggies, mind their portion sizes, drink more water, and consume less salt. Also stressed are increased exercise, switching to low or fat free milk based products, consuming more whole grains, and choosing seafood over meat. Sounds like what we’ve been doing at […] Read more »

Healthy Cooking Wednesday-Fruit Sweetened Cranberry Sauce

By Chef Lisa on 11/24/2010

We’ve been going crazy playing with cranberries in the Green Mountain at Fox Run kitchen these days. You might have seen my grown-up gravy alternative, the Cranberry Balsamic Jus, which I’ve enjoyed on turkey, pears, salmon, butternut squash puree, and rice since its development a couple of weeks ago. It’s a keeper…as is this one, Chef Jon’s foray into sweetener-free […] Read more »

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