‘vegetables’

Green Leafy Vegetables – 5 Ways To Eat Them More Often

By Robyn Priebe on 05/15/2013

Many of us may be trying (or at least considering) eating more vegetables.  There’s one group of vegetables that gets a lot of attention for being loaded with nutrients that support our health, especially detoxification….green leafy vegetables.  I recall going to nutrition lecture as a teen and being shocked by the presenter’s recommendation to eat one pound of greens every day.  […] Read more »

Be Better, Not Perfect

By Robyn Priebe on 01/19/2011

Yesterday on A Weight Lifted, Darla presented a theme we will be working with during 2011 of Green Mountain KISSes.  These Green Mountain: Keep it Simple, Sweetheart Tips will hopefully help you take on 2011 and make it a year of change and self-improvement with a focus on health and wellness.  Yesterday Darla focused on identifying ONE thing in our […] Read more »

It Happened This Week: Fresh Veggies Reign!

By Marsha Hudnall on 09/24/2010

Farmers' markets aren't just for the affluent.  The New York Times talked this week about those thriving in poorer areas, where fast food reigns and where type 2 diabetes and other health problems do, too. And check this out:  A farmers' market at a medical center.  Duh. Mark Bittman shared his week of cooking and eating solo during a recent […] Read more »

Variety, It’s Good Stuff

By Robyn Priebe on 02/17/2010

If you can, think back over the past week and try to list all the different grains you ate.  I’ll wait………  What did you come up with?  Could you count them all on one hand?  Would it be the same for other food groups like fruits & vegetables?  Granted variety in our food choices is affected by the seasons (somewhat), […] Read more »

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