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  • Food stamp recipes

    Food stamp recipes
    You asked and here it is: More about the meal plan and recipes dietitian Stephanie Norris and I used for Sunday's column to shop healthy for a family of four on a food stamp budget. I actually used a lot of the dinners I cook often for my family and...
  • Robert E. Lusby Oct. 09, 1922-Oct. 26, 2012

    Robert E. Lusby Oct. 09, 1922-Oct. 26, 2012
    ST. GEORGE, UT: Robert Emery Lusby, 90, October 26, 2012 in Washington City, Utah. He was born October 09, 1922 in Glendale, California to Charles Raymond Lusby and Gertrude Carrie Wilson. He married Patricia Ann Heydenreich. They later divorced. He...
  • All About Food: Meals for a fast, healthy life

     All About Food: Meals for a fast, healthy life
    Eating healthfully has never been easier. The team at Fit Foods 4 Life has taken all the work out of planning and preparing healthy meals, including a free consultation with their nutritionist to help you design a custom dining plan for weight loss or...
  • Breakfast: An important start to your child's day

    The beginning of a new school year means many challenges for our children, such as: new teachers and learning about new subjects. During this time, it is important that our children can count on a healthy breakfast that includes dairy products to ensure...
  • Choosing healthy options among Baltimore's ethnic restaurants

    Choosing healthy options among Baltimore's ethnic restaurants
    Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is printed here. This week, Shanti Lewis, RD, CNSD, weighs in on...
  • Extra fiber tied to lower risk of stroke

    Extra fiber tied to lower risk of stroke
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who get more fiber in their diet are less likely to have a stroke than those who skimp on the nutrient, according to a new review of existing research. "A few people in the past have looked at the relationship between...
  • Michel Montignac dies at 66; French diet guru wrote bestselling books

    Michel Montignac dies at 66; French diet guru wrote bestselling books
    Michel Montignac, a French businessman turned diet guru who believed people could lose weight without counting calories, has died. He was 66. Montignac died Aug. 22 at a clinic in Annemasse, France. His website and a website for his daughter, Sybille,...
  • Recipe: Basil tofu and vegetable sandwich

    Recipe: Basil tofu and vegetable sandwich
      Basil tofu and vegetable sandwich 1/2 (12-ounce) carton extra-firm tofu 1 tablespoon minced basil 3 tablespoons minced green onions 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon crushed black pepper 12 slices...
  • The Artisan: StoneGround Bakery in Agoura Hills

    The Artisan: StoneGround Bakery in Agoura Hills
    In the weeks leading up to Rosh Hashana, Abby Franke and his team of bakers at StoneGround Bakery are braiding thousands of egg-and-honey-rich challah loaves by hand. The breads are kosher, as are the hundreds of other Jewish-German products in the Agoura...
  • Start weight loss with two-week diet

    Start weight loss with two-week diet
    If you're overweight, you're not alone. According to research by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, 66 percent of adults in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Losing weight is a goal of nearly everyone who exercises, and...
  • Maryland companies show off wares at Natural Products Expo

    Maryland companies show off wares at Natural Products Expo
    Organic products and those without preservatives and harsh processing remain big business in the United States — with $81 billion in sales last year — despite a tough economy. Sales in stores, online and in practitioners' offices were up 7...