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Take It In: The pros of protein undenied

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Protein has long been the favorite of the three dietary macronutrients, sought out for years while the other two, carbohydrates …

Take It In: To eat healthy, know which labels to trust

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther They won’t make the New York Times best-seller list; nevertheless, food labels are hot reading these days. That’s because …

Take It In: Eating organic foods reduces cancer risk, study shows

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Imagine you could give friends and family the gift of good health this holiday season? According to a new study, wrapping up a …

Take It In: Microgreens easy to grow in the galley

Take it In: by Carol Bareuther “Good things come in small packages.” It’s an old saying, and it certainly applies to microgreens. These tiny edibles tick …

Take It In: For health, less meat may be easier than none

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther You don’t have to become a vegetarian to enjoy the health benefits of eating less meat. This good news was the take-home …

Take It In: Gut bugs likely control health, how we age

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Many foods, foods we eat every day, are teeming with microorganisms such as bacteria. Millions per mouthful, such as …

Take It In: No limit on avocados – eat them every day, every way

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther No one food has all the nutrients needed for a healthful diet and healthy body. However, some definitely do provide many more …

Take It In: Peak performance of the brain depends on smart fuel choices

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Heart, bones, lungs, kidneys and digestive tract often top the list when it comes to concern over diet and the health of these …

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, …

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Industry rallies to raise money for former engineer injured in accident

Industry rallies to raise money for former engineer injured in accident

By Dorie Cox Former yacht Engr. Thomas “Bourke” Cannon is in a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, after the motorcycle he was …

GPS users warned of potential April 6 glitch

GPS users warned of potential April 6 glitch

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has warned that those who use older GPS devices may find themselves in troubled waters come April …

Dee Kraley joins Hill Robinson as charter manager

Dee Kraley joins Hill Robinson as charter manager

Dee Kraley has joined the charter management team of Hill Robinson USA as a senior charter manager in the Fort Lauderdale office. She …

Miami Yacht Show debuts downtown, returns to Island Gardens

Miami Yacht Show debuts downtown, returns to Island Gardens

Yacht captains, crew and the boating industry visit the 31st edition of the Miami Yacht Show at a new location. With a debut downtown …

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