Monthly Archives: April 2014

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Faux Ceviche

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The pre-cooked fish in this ceviche recipe is a fantastic option for those who are nervous to eat raw fish, such as pregnant women, young children, elderly or any one with a compromised immune system. And for those who love ceviche, you will be hooked on this! Perfect for Cinco...
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Springtime Salad

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A light and fresh salad to help you shed pounds before summer arrives. The pomegranates add a burst of freshness that will make your taste buds smile! A great meatless meal that everyone will enjoy! Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 cups spring mix lettuce or baby arugula 1 medium fresh pear,...
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Controlling Your Blood Pressure

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Blood pressure is the measurement of the pressure or force of blood pushing against blood vessel walls. The heart muscle squeezes and pumps blood into the arteries (blood vessels), which carry the oxygenated blood throughout the body. High blood pressure, also called hypertension (HTN), causes the heart to enlarge and...
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Chutney Chicken

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This sweet and savory chicken dish is my kids’ absolute favorite meal. To this day, they request it when they come for dinner. Of course, I like to serve it with brown rice, but they prefer steamed white rice and spoon the sauce over it. Lately I have substituted brown...
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