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Sarah Smith, RDN, studied nutrition at San Diego State University. Read her blog, California Coastal Nutrition, and follow her on Facebook.

 

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Looking to Save Prep Time? Try this Two-Way Mandoline

Looking to Save Prep Time? Try this Two-Way Mandoline

The Mistral Mini Mandoline by Urban Trend can be used for hand-held slicing or prep surface slicing and it has three thickness settings as well as a julienne setting.
Celebrating Celery, the Surprisingly Versatile Vegetable

Celebrating Celery, the Surprisingly Versatile Vegetable

Celery’s low-calorie content and many antioxidants make it a great choice.
4 Activities to Get You Springing into Action

4 Activities to Get You Springing into Action

Even if you aren't planning to start an intense exercise program, spring is still a great time to be more active. Here are four activities to increase your movement as the temperatures rise.
Why You Should Think of Popcorn as a Healthy Food

Why You Should Think of Popcorn as a Healthy Food

You may think of popcorn as little more than a tasty and inexpensive snack, but it actually offers some impressive health benefits. It's a low-calorie and low-sodium (if prepared healthfully) plant-based food that counts as a whole grain.
Fitting Exercise Into Shorter Days

Fitting Exercise Into Shorter Days

With short days and colder weather it can be easy to go into hibernation for the winter.