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Take It In: Pump iron to fend off fatigue

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Iron-poor blood, also called iron-deficiency anemia, isn’t just a nutritional problem for the geriatric Geritol generation. A …

Take It In: Fruit beauty only skin deep

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther There are a number of lesser-known fruits that taste better than they look. Case in point are the spike-studded kiwano melon, …

Take It In: Ketogenic diet is in vogue, but does it work?

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther A diet first developed by a faith healer in the 1920s to help prevent seizures in children with epilepsy is making a comeback. …

Take It In: Get more nutrients out of food

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Selecting healthful foods at the supermarket is the first step to making sure you get all the nutrients you need. But, don’t …

Take It In: Latest craze may just bowl you over with its benefits

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther What’s old is new again when it comes to eating out of a bowl. Last year, New York City-based culinary consultants Baum & …

Take It In: Feed a cold, feed a fever

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Is it “feed a cold; starve a fever” or “starve a cold; feed a fever”? The roots of this saying date back to the days of …

Take It In: Red, green are the colors of holiday nutrition

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Red and green are the key colors of the winter holidays. Fresh fruits and vegetables of either of these hues provide an …

Take It In: New science busts nutrition myths

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Pick up a magazine, click through websites, or read the latest Twitter rant or rave about food and nutrition, and the news is …

Take It In: A new way to think about leftovers

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther What should chefs do with the leftover ribs of kale, carrot tops and bruised apples? Some would throw them away. Not celebrity …

Take It In: Hot or not, peppers pack a healthy punch

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Pop a pickled pepper in your mouth. Or, fork into a roasted red bell pepper ratatouille. Or, pep up a pair of poached eggs with …

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Smaller yachts can skip MI inspection

Smaller yachts can skip MI inspection

Private yachts between 12m and 24m and less than 20 years of age are no longer required to undergo a pre-registration inspection to fly the …

Capt. Ryan O’Meara dies in the Bahamas

Capt. Ryan O’Meara dies in the Bahamas

By Dorie Cox Capt. Ryan O’Meara loved the water, his yacht crew, and his work on M/Y Pipe Dream, a 112-foot Westport. He was in the …

Underway and over the top with Capt. Grant Maughan

Underway and over the top with Capt. Grant Maughan

A lifetime of experiences on land and at sea culminate as Capt. Grant Maughan summits Mount Everest in May. By Dorie Cox Capt. Grant …

‘Excellent’ waterways make for ‘great’ voyage into America’s Upper South

‘Excellent’ waterways make for ‘great’ voyage into America’s Upper South

By Lucy Chabot Reed The four-member crew of M/Y Sensation, a 112 Westport, took the vessel from Fort Lauderdale to Nashville, Tennessee, …

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