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What you put in the grocery cart can affect your child's health and attitude toward nutritious food.

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A Closer Look at Pet Food Labels | Dr. Carols Naturally Healthy Pets Blog

carolonpets.com — “What is your pet food label really telling you? Dr Carol offers information on what to look for when choosing pet food.View full resource at carolonpets.com

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drcarolAmerican Pet Institute, a non profit public foundation for animal welfare and PAAWS, Pet Anti-Aging Wellness Society. Dr. Carol has pioneered the exploration of new therapies for the treatment and prevention of age-related degenerative disease, as well as promotion of optimum health and performance for pets.

Dr. Carol is the author of international bestsellers Naturally Healthy Dogs and Naturally Healthy Cats. European book sales records topped 200,000 copies with translation into 12 different languages.
Dr. Carol has been featured in USA Today, USA Weekend, The Los Angeles Times and the New York Daily News. She is the author of more than 200 articles in veterinary journals and popular magazines including “Trends”, the highly respected journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, DVM Magazine, Dog Fancy, Dog World, Cat Fancy, Fox Business, Puppies USA, Groomer to Groomer, Icelandic Horse and Travel, and Equine Athlete. Her editorial contributions also include In Style Magazine, Womans World and Icon Magazine, as well as Fit Magazine and The National Enquirer.

Dr. Carol earned her B.S. degree from John Carroll University where she graduated summa cum laude. She received her D.V.M. degree with honors from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has been in private clinical practice for over 20 years. Currently, she devotes much of her time to the research and development of advanced biosciences for the benefit of animal health and welfare.

For more information and important updates on anti-aging medicine and natural longevity for pets, visitDr. Carol’s official web site at www.CarolOnPets.com or call her toll free at 1-866-372-2765 (1-866-DR-CAROL)." /> Dr Carol Osborne, DVM Active Health Library, Doctor, and Veterinarian

Great Balls of Yum - DailyBuzz Healthy Living

healthyliving.dailybuzz.com — “Recipes for healthy bite-size snack balls.View full resource at healthyliving.dailybuzz.com

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Doctors Learn to Cook Healthy, ‘Crave-able’ Foods - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “An annual conference teaches doctors to wear chefs’ toques.View full resource at nytimes.com

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DrAnasYounes Anas Younes, M.D. Physician, Doctor, Internist, and Oncologist

Good article in NYT on cooking and eating healthy food => aTo Heal, First Eat... http://t.co/kaPV7X4C

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Win These Freeze-Dried Fruit Snacks! | Healthy Eats – Food Network Healthy Living Blog

blog.foodnetwork.com — “We’re giving away one 6-pack of each Crispy Fruit flavor and two bags of each FruitziO flavor to two lucky, randomly selected commenters.View full resource at blog.foodnetwork.com

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healthyeats FN's Healthy Eats Healthy Eating Site

Want to win @fruitzio freeze-dried fruit snacks? Tell us, in the post's coments, what fruit you can't live without http://t.co/Vf1euMgK

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Sugar In Food: 8 Eats With More Than A Twinkie

huffingtonpost.com — “In February, McDonald's oatmeal was "outed" for having more sugar than a Snickers bar, despite being marketed as a "healthier" breakfast option than some of the fast-food chain's more well-known fare. In 2009, the American Heart Association recommended that women eat or drink no more than 20 grams of sugar a day, and men no more than 36 grams.View full resource at huffingtonpost.com

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Doctors Learn to Cook Healthy, ‘Crave-able’ Foods - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “An annual conference teaches doctors to wear chefs’ toques.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Healthy Bones - Prevention.com

prevention.com — “Discover the best nutrients for healthy bones with help from the experts at Prevention.View full resource at prevention.com

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You Can Work Locally Against GMO Foods | Care2 Healthy Living

care2.com — “The understanding that genetically modified foods should be banned from our food supply has spread worldwide. As the earth?s populace works to combat the manipulation of companies, such as Monsanto Corporation, to take over worldwide food production, the issue at present centers around labeling all foods containing transgenically engineered (TE) genes.View full resource at care2.com

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Kale Chip Recipe - Diabetes Health

diabeteshealth.com — “Diabetes Health - Food: Low Carb Diet. Sam Talbot, a Chef with Type 1 diabetes shares a low carb healthy recipes with Diabetes Health Magazine.View full resource at diabeteshealth.com

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Foods That'll Make You Look Younger - 1 - MSN Health - Healthy Living Slide Show

health.msn.com — “Find health information and news on diet, fitness, meal planning, pregnancy, sex, drugs, alzheimer’s, adhd, asthma, allergies, cancer, heart problems, mental health, depression, skin care, diabetes, sleep, menopause, aging, cholesterol and back pain.View full resource at health.msn.com

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Foods That'll Make You Look Younger - MSN Health - Healthy Living Slide Show http://t.co/H7lhX44Z #longevity

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Health Benefits Of Eggs | LIVESTRONG.COM

livestrong.com — “Health Benefits Of Eggs. Whether you scramble them, fry them or bake them in a quiche, eggs are an all-natural food with a laundry list of health benefits. Eggs remain a healthy choice even for those concerned about their cholesterol levels. Research published in the June 2000 issue of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, concluded that egg consumption was n...View full resource at livestrong.com

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erlangerhealth Erlanger Hospital Hospital

Eggs are more than just Easter décor, they can also be good for your health! http://t.co/x1cMgzhn

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The Gilmer Mirror - Stay on Track this Spring Break

gilmermirror.com — “Stay on Track this Spring Break MILWAUKEE, WI – Spring break vacations are an opportunity to unwind, but they don’t have to derail healthy habits. Plan ahead to ensure that fitness, healthy foods, and safety are part of the holiday. In fact, members of TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), the nonprofit weight-loss support organization, can attend chapter meetings in other locations while traveling to keep their wellness momentum going. Consider ...View full resource at gilmermirror.com

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Stay on Track this Spring Break: MILWAUKEE, WI – Spring break vacations are an opportunity to unwind, but they d... http://t.co/Is0jXvSN

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Spring Your Heart into Health – HeartWise Healthy Eating Event « Heart & Vascular

advancingyourhealth.org — “Spring Your Heart into Health – HeartWise Healthy Eating Event « Heart & VascularView full resource at advancingyourhealth.org

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emoryhealthcare Emory Healthcare Healthcare System

"Chemicals in Food Packaging, What’s the Harm?" ..Our next free heart healthy #event in #Atlanta takes place tomorrow! http://t.co/D4l8jMpd

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Eating Curry Could Prevent Heart Disease, Study Finds

huffingtonpost.co.uk — “People who love a spicy curry could be eating their way to a healthy heart, researchers have discovered.View full resource at huffingtonpost.co.uk

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DrPearlman Dr. Steven Pearlman Plastic Surgeon, ENT Doctor, Physician, Doctor, and Surgeon

If you’re not a fan of #spicy food, you may want to reconsider.They help lower blood pressure and cholesterol. http://t.co/W27tQC7c

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Spring Cleaning Isn’t Just for Your Home | Marni Wasserman

marniwasserman.com — “Approaching a cleanse in a healthy way can help you reestablish a baseline and allow your cells and organs to function at their optimum potential. Cleansing also allows you introduce “healthy”, organic and fresh foods in your diet – giving your digestive system a break and purifying your blood.View full resource at marniwasserman.com

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