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  • What are Goji Berries?
    Goji berries, also called wolf berries, come from Northern Asia, mainly grown in Tibet. They come in dried form, much like cranberries or raisins – but have a rough texture and tart, smoky flavor. Don’t let their tough exterior fool you, these little wrinkled berries are seriously beauty food. They have 20 times the antioxidant power of prunes (that already rank extremely high in antioxidants, containing over 3 times more than blueberries). While they can ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, August 17, 2017
  • White Bean Burger with Red Pepper Yogurt Spread
      As a dietitian, I spend the majority of my day talking to other people about how to make nutritious meal choices, so it may surprise you to know that many times I struggle with figuring out what to feed myself and my own family. I get into food ruts where I make the same […] The post White Bean Burger with Red Pepper Yogurt Spread appeared first on Mommyhood Bytes. ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, August 17, 2017
  • Cranberry Coconut Black Rice Pudding
    This Cranberry Coconut Black Rice Pudding with Lavender Whipped Topping is a decadent way to enjoy yogurt for breakfast or dessert! Disclosure: I have partnered with Dannon to bring you this recipe featuring Light & Fit. I was compensated for my time, as always, all opinions are my own Do you love cooking shows? My family and I can often be found watching Chopped and other culinary competition shows where the contestants are challenged ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, August 17, 2017
  • Diabetes Data Behind the Wheel… #WeAreNotWaiting
    Remember how years ago, Ford was working with Medtronic on technology that would weave diabetes data into vehicles?Well, that concept came and went with both companies eventually abandoning the idea and moving on to other things. But with Bluetoot ... Read More
    Published on Thursday, August 17, 2017
  • Type 1 Organ Donors Show High Rates of Suicide, Drug Use
    Commentary I worry we too easily focus on the success stories of people with Type 1 diabetes, while not allowing enough space to discuss instances when people struggle with the condition. An optimistic attitude in the face of a baffling chronic condition is laudable and necessary, but only if there is also space for people to discuss their struggles. We need to discuss depression, suicide, and illicit drug use in the Type 1 community, as ... Read More
    Published on Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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