Food & Nutrition

Food & Nutrition

5 Key Ways to Lose Weight After 50

If you think your weight gain may have something to do with midlife stress (aging parents, college tuition bills and managerial responsibilities at work, anyone?), this approach may be especially helpful to have in your weight-loss toolbox. ...
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Shape Up for Summer; Eat at Home

Meals made at home need not mirror those ordered in restaurants. On the contrary, simple is better when it comes to home cooking. Plan your entire meal around a couple of pieces of fresh produce and a wholesome, lean protein. No need for complicated sauces or sides — these are where the harmful calories hide, anyway. ...
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Tickets Available Now for July 28 Cleveland Autism Speaks Chef Gala

Cleveland’s top culinary talent gathers for an unforgettable evening to raise funds and awareness for Autism Speaks and the autism community. ...
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10 Tips for Shopping at a Farmers’ Market

Local Farmers' Markets are Bursting with Fresh, Flavorful Fruits and Vegetables. Skip the Boring Grocery Store Produce Aisle and Check Out What the Nearby Gardeners are Growing - and Selling - Each Week. We Promise You'll Like What You See. ...
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We’ve Got a Bone to Pick – and It’s at the Berea National Cook-Off

Nothing says summertime like licking barbecue sauce off your fingers while looking at a stack of rib bones on your plate. Good thing The Berea National Rib Cook-Off comes at the beginning of the summer; that means we have another three months to try making our own best versions of ribs, just like the ones we had in Berea. ...
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Yum! It’s Hudson Restaurant Week (rev up those appetites)

Restaurants in Hudson have found a way to help the local food pantry while showcasing their terrific menu offerings. Consider a night out (or two) and participate in Hudson Restaurant Week. With at least 25 participating locations, you're bound to find something you like. ...
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Backyard Bounty – Community Gardens Nurture Neighborhoods — and Neighbors

“Every time I step into this garden, I’m transported to a place of green that inspires me to be strong and beautiful, like the plants growing here. My garden has been a huge mentor. It has helped me to slow down, slough off the cares of the day, and remind me of the joy of seeing the first blossom on the tomato plant. I experience renewed joy and awe every time I see another one.” — Argerie Vasilakes ...
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Research May Put the Brakes on Skipping Breakfast

You’ve likely heard that breakfast is ‘the most important meal of the day’ – but is it true? A Cleveland Clinic expert weighs in on some recent research. ...
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