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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 …

Take It In: Certain foods can reduce skin cancer risk

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Beautiful, bright sun is both a plus and a negative for yacht crews. On one hand, it’s this type of climate that makes for a …

Healthy food can be deadly if safe-handling is overlooked

What do chicken, turkey, cucumbers and peanut butter have in common? If you answered healthy, nutrient-dense foods, you’d be correct. After all, food is …

Take It In: Fasting beneficial, but hard while on duty

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Fasting — the simple process of going without food for several hours or days — is a practice as old as mankind. In …

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Surveyor, former yacht engineer Mark Webb dies

Surveyor, former yacht engineer Mark Webb dies

By Dorie Cox An engineer and a yacht surveyor, Mark Webb died after complications from triple by-pass heart surgery in Fort Lauderdale. …

200 celebrate at Triton Networking with Maritime Marine

200 celebrate at Triton Networking with Maritime Marine

About 200 people enjoyed a Polynesian-inspired Triton Networking event last night at Maritime Marine in Fort Lauderdale. The team and …

Special delivery: Laurel crew transport no-longer-salty dogs

Special delivery: Laurel crew transport no-longer-salty dogs

By Dorie Cox; Photos by Purser Stephanie Hodges and Second Stew Shani Davies Cleaned up and rested, 10 dogs from the Bahamas Humane …

Veteran captain Achim Fischer dies in car accident

Veteran captain Achim Fischer dies in car accident

By Dorie Cox Capt. Achim Fischer died in Antibes on Nov. 26 as a result of a car accident. He was 72. A veteran captain of 30 years, …

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