Homemade Salsa

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With summertime almost here, there will be a ton of graduation parties, BBQ’s and holidays coming up with tempting snack food. There is always a gooey cheesy dip that is calling your name at every gathering, but there isn’t anything in that dip that will benefit you in anyway. A great way to avoid these temptations is to bring your own healthy snacks such as a fruit tray, homemade veggie chips, vegetable kabobs, hummus, etc… Homemade salsa is a healthy ...

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Green Pina Colada Smoothie

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Pineapple is a very sweet fruit that can be added into green juices and smoothies to cut back the bitter taste of green vegetables. But pineapple also has tons of health benefits that can make it even more appealing to add into your smoothies.

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-High in Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Beta-carotene
-Anti-Inflammatory
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Veggie Stuffed Chicken

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Chicken is a great dinner option to please almost all members of a family. Chicken has great nutritional benefits: 1 chicken breast is only 165 calories, with 31 grams of protein, 3.6 grams of fat, and 85 milligrams of cholesterol. One chicken breast is half of your daily protein intake and 1/3 of the daily cholesterol you need. While keeping those numbers in mind, chicken can be a very healthy option to add into an entree to change things up. ...

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Superfood Salad

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“Superfoods” is a word that has become quite popular in out society’s vocabulary recently. What defines a Superfood? And what are examples of Superfoods? A Superfood is a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being. There is technically no legal or medical definition for Superfoods, but they are nutrient powerhouses that can help assist with living a healthier lifestyle and aid in many illnesses when used regularly.

Some Superfoods are:

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