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Mandarin Salad How-To Video and Recipe

Looking for new healthy recipes? Watch our video for how to make this tasty and healthy Mandarin Salad! The sweetness of the mandarin oranges combines nicely with the crunch of the lettuce and almonds. Plus, there’s a special dressing that pairs perfectly with the rest of the salad!

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5 Healthy Recipes That Don’t Suck

When you hear the words “healthy recipe,” you might immediately think tasteless, unusual texture, or unappealing. However, we’re here to tell you there are recipes out there that are both delicious AND healthy! Here are 5 healthy recipes that don’t suck.

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Pumpkin Applesauce Muffins Recipe

Give these pumpkin applesauce muffins a try to get you in the Halloween spirit! Pumpkin is a great source of antioxidants, fiber and vitamins A and C. Some of the health benefits of consuming pumpkin include reduced risk of developing certain types of cancer, protection against asthma and heart disease, and delayed aging. Using unsweetened […]

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Snack This, Not That: Recipes for Healthy Snack Alternatives

Elite Sports Clubs dietitian Sarah Brunner was featured on Fox 6’s Real Milwaukee in a segment titled “Snack This, Not That.” Sarah gave healthy alternative for common snack choices and demonstrated some healthy snack recipes. If you want to try some of the recipes mentioned, they are listed below!

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Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Banana Smoothie Recipe

Satisfy your sweet tooth as well as get some great nutrients with this Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Banana Smoothie recipe! This smoothie is not only delicious, but it is a great recovery drink as well. The protein, carbohydrates, and potassium help your body replenish what was lost in your workout. Take a look and give […]

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How to Make your own Salad with Mesclun—An Organic Herb Salad Mix

“Mixing and matching” is really inherent in our current ability to make our own salads. And the French are very famous for putting the practice in place; that is, assembling assortments of young, complimentary salad greens into what they have called a “musclun.” This leafy harmonization has now struck a chord with American salad makers.

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