Take It In

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 chef Dan…

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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…

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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…

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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 supposed to be good for you.…

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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 fact,…

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Take It In: Berries are nature’s candy

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Berries are nature’s candy, sweet, bite-sized, the perfect hand-to-mouth food. Thanks to global supplies, the most popular berries – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries…

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Take It In: Let between-meal snacks raise health

Take It In: by Carol Bareuther Say the word snack and images of junk foods such as chips or cookies used come to mind. Today, the act of eating between meals…

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Discover the health benefits of fermented foods

Take It In: Carol Bareuther Sauerkraut, pickles and yogurt. No, this isn’t the latest weight loss recipe. However, what each of these foods has in comment is fermentation. Fermented foods…

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Rx for Asthma: Fruits and Vegetables

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Actually, eating lots of fruits and vegetables each day keeps the doctor away. This old adage is especially true when it comes…

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Lucky traditions steeped in healthy foods

Those who celebrate New Year’s in the American South dig their spoons into a bowl full of black-eyed peas. These beige-colored beans with signature black spots are said to bestow…

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