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Jun 22

Lemon Blueberry Cottage Cheese Muffins and a Varidesk Review

I adapted this recipe from Cooking Light Lemon Ricotta Cheese Muffin recipe when I was developing recipes for cottage cheese. Both are excellent recipes! LEMON BLUEBERRY MUFFINS   ·         1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour ·         ¾ cup oat flour ·         1/2 cup unrefined granulated sugar ·         2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder ·         1/4 teaspoon salt …

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Jun 07

Tips for Choosing Healthier Snacks

From time to time I get asked to review snack products. Most of these offers get turned down because of their ingredient list. I’m very picky about the snacks I choose. I try to keep as much junk as possible out of my food, including snacks. I believe that if you are eating good whole …

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Apr 21

Mondetta Performance Gear Review and GIVEAWAY!

Some of you are aware that I am a huge fan of Mondetta Performance Gear (MPGSport) apparel. I did a review of them a while back (you can read it here) and their Nova workout pants are my absolute favorite!   Recently they offered me a chance to review another outfit, and they didn’t have …

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Mar 27

The Better Chip – Review and Recipe!

A couple of weeks ago The Better Chip company invited me to join their blogger program and come up with a recipe to share with my readers. After reviewing their website, I accepted their offer. Now, you all know that I promote the healthy eating of whole foods with goodies in moderation. I know many …

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Dec 03

Which Supplements Do You Need? Nutrilite Can Help

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of NUTRILITE®. Have you ever thought about taking supplements but were unsure if you should? As I am getting older, I have been doing more research on supplements and whether or not they are beneficial for the body. As we age, our bodies don’t always …

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Nov 19

Can Exercise Prevent Sitting Disease? I’m fighting it with a Varidesk

My grandmother used to like to tell me, “Back in the day, we had to walk to school”; “barefoot and in the snow”, I would add playfully. But the truth is, “back in the day” they didn’t sit as much as we do now. My grandmother lived to be 95 years old, and was still …

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